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BBC Learning English 10h
Do you ever feel ? Dan does! He crashed his bike last week . He’s so embarrassed! But can shame be a good thing? Join Sam and Neil in this 6 Minute English. Learn and find out!
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English Grammar & Vocab Jul 19
Phrasal Verb: Someone's true colors: The kind of person someone really is rather than what the person seems to be. Ex: I know why you afraid to go out at night. The Batman, see Batman has shown Gotham your true colors, unfortunately.
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English Grammar & Vocab Jul 13
Snitch (Verb Informal disapproving): Tell secretly in authority about sth bad or trouble done by someone. Crock of shit (US Offensive): something considered to be complete nonsense or that is not true. Ex: "I am sorry!" but this is a crock of shit. You little snitch!
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BBC Learning English Jul 18
Do you need someone to do you a favour? Tired of saying ‘please’ all the time? Here are some to improve your vocabulary. Find more here:
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BBC Learning English 8h
If you don’t agree with someone’s point of view at all – here’s what to say! (Remember that these are informal phrases – be careful before using them with your boss!)
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BBC Learning English Jul 19
Mexican drug kingpin Joaquín 'El Chapo' Guzmán has been sentenced to life in prison plus 30 years. He'd been found guilty of 10 charges, including drug trafficking and money laundering. Learn useful to help you talk about this.
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BBC Learning English Jul 17
😅 Do you want someone to put more effort into something? Use this expression to tell them! 😉 For more informal expressions in English, visit our website:
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LatinVocab 11h
noun 1 villa , villae, f house, country villa
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SpanishVocab 13h
Conjunctions por lo tanto , so therefore
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How to learn Spanish 19h
RT MySpanishVocab "Comparison comparar , to compare "
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Next Step English 17h
Steppers, I'm frustrated because my Spanish is stagnating! 😩 📕 stagnate = to stop developing or making progress 💃 estancarse / anquilosarse Sooo... Every Sunday, I'm going to post tweets with Spanish translations of the . Let's see if it helps! 🙂
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Digital Maps of the Ancient World Jul 19
Latin word of the day: amphitheatrum, -i n. = amphitheatre
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Digital Maps of the Ancient World Jul 18
Latin word of the day: mensa, ae f. = table
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BBC Learning English Jul 18
Let's start the morning with a , shall we? What do you call a person who gives to the sick and injured? Let us know!
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English Lesson Skype Jul 16
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BBC Learning English Jul 16
Hello from London! Test your with this quiz. (We’ll post the answer later.)⠀⠀
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BBC Learning English Jul 15
😕Not understanding is not a problem! Just use these phrases to ask someone to repeat something. ⏪ If you don’t catch them, just press play and we’ll run them past you again ⏪
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BBC Learning English Jul 15
Saskia's here to set us up with everything we need to use the verbs of perception ‘see’ and ‘hear’! It’ll only take you 60 seconds… Test what you’ve learnt here
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Next Step English Jul 15
: MISFIT Full Post: 😟: I’m really worried about Kyle. He’s having a hard time fitting in at school. 🤗: Well, you know what? Some of the most creative adults were MISFITS as kids.
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Digital Maps of the Ancient World Jul 15
Latin word of the day: nudus, -a, -um = naked
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