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Learn English Sep 23
SHOPPING 🛍Is this on sale? 🛍What's the total? 🛍Can I try this on? 🛍How much is this? 🛍Can I put this on hold? 🛍How much does this cost? 🛍Do you have this in a different color?
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EF English Live France Sep 27
Example: “As one profe_or and six doctoral students, the authors co-taught a course on action research while doing a self-study of their teaching.” Savez-vous quelle est l'orthographe correcte ? A) Professor B) Profesor
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International Mountain Connection Sep 26
Over the river and through the woods, here’s a photo of in action! This style of running is always an adventure! Where do you like to go? Thank you Ben for letting IMC use your photo!!! 
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EF English Live France Sep 26
Essayez notre # Quiz Anglais! Quelle phrase est correcte? A ou B?A)The coffee is too hot for me to drink. B)The coffee is too hot by me to drink.
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I Talk You Talk Sep 26
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International Mountain Connection Sep 21
Hiking When your head hurts from work and stress, this activity can take it all away! Where is your favorite place to go?
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FingerTipsResources Sep 25
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YahaaaEnglish Sep 24
Speak right English✨ 🙅The police is coming. 🙆The police are coming. #
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YahaaaEnglish Sep 25
Speak right English✨ 🙅She's married with a fireman. 🙆She's married to a fireman. #
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YahaaaEnglish Sep 24
Speak right English✨ 🙅You speak English good. 🙆You speak English well #
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PEP ENGLISH Sep 22
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PeterTheProofreader Sep 24
✔️ cut in (on sth) ➡️ interrupt (sth, especially two dancers in order to dance with one of them) • Lana was so pretty that all his friends tried to cut in on his dance with her.
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Evil English 😈 Sep 22
"FML" (abbreviation) What does it mean? Learn here: 👉 😈
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Learn English Sep 21
CLOTHING 👘attire 👘outfits 👘clothes 👘apparel 👘wardrobe 👘garments
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FingerTipsResources Sep 22
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California School of English Sep 26
"cross your fingers" - when you hope something happens the way you want it e.g. "She crossed her fingers that her flight wouldn't be late."
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California School of English Sep 23
"foul play" - violence or criminal actions causing someone's death e.g. "The police confirmed last week that foul play was suspected in his death."
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California School of English 5h
"all hands on deck" - a call for everyone to help and participate in a particular situation e.g. "With only an hour to get everything ready, it was all hands on deck."
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California School of English Sep 25
"square meal" - a nutritious meal e.g. "Many doctors advise that you should eat three square meals each day."
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Richard Davenport Sep 23
A new weekly series - Live Sessions! Every week, an interesting person, an interesting convo. Designed to give listeners some real English conversation practise, as well as some hints and tips for learning. Enjoy!
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