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BBC Learning English Sep 12
👋Hello! You are just in time for today’s .👋 Maybe you already know the answer? If not, give me one now. I’ll reveal the correct answer later.
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BBC Learning English Sep 17
Love ? boss Anna Wintour knows a thing or two about life. It's said that she inspired Meryl Streep's character in the The Devil Wears Prada. Do you agree with her advice?
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BBC Learning English Sep 16
🕐Let’s face it – you can learn a lot of English in just one minute! 🕐 Tim’s here to prove it by teaching you 3 phrases with ‘face’.
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BBC Learning English Sep 16
Don't you wish you could change the past? It might not be physically possible, but you can certainly talk about it! Learn how to use ‘wish’ to talk about the past here!
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BBC Learning English Sep 16
😠Keep calm! Stay cool! I know it’s only Monday but there’s no need to be grumpy. 😠 Let’s talk about the last time you got angry. Come on, what’s the last thing that made you fume?
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BBC Learning English Sep 19
🍳 You can find many things in a kitchen but can you find 5 items hidden in our word search? 🍳 Get looking!
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BBC Learning English Sep 14
wrote the phrase ‘forever and a day’ which means something – either good or bad – will last indefinitely, or for a very, very long time. You can test your understanding here:
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BBC Learning English 11h
🌈Do you like ? 🌈Us too! 🌈But how do they lead to better and waste management? 🌈 Find out and learn the language of '' in Lingohack! Watch here:
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BBC Learning English 19h
Do you like cake? Who doesn't! Liking cake is a piece of cake! Confused? It's an idiom! Find out what it means here. More idiom images here:
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BBC Learning English Sep 20
😴Rob's 😩Tom's , and 😪Sian's on her last legs! Are you tired? Here are some ways to say so ... Find more cards here:
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BBC Learning English Sep 17
👨‍🏫 Learn four different types of phrasal verbs to make your written and spoken better.👩‍🏫 There are free activities on our website:
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Step Up Your English! Sep 16
|🇬🇧 🤔 «How did you BEHAVE .... your cousins during the sleepover in their house? Were you AS GOOD AS GOLD or did you GET INTO MISCHIEF?»
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Step Up Your English! Sep 12
|🇬🇧 🤔 «WHEN THE ... ARE DOWN*, I have my family to FALL BACK ON**.» *in a very serious & difficult situation **to depend on sb's help
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Step Up Your English! Sep 16
|🇬🇧 John: "Can I ask you a question?" Peter: "ASK ....!” * * Ask me all the questions that you want to ask
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Step Up Your English! Sep 15
|🇬🇧 🤔 «He ...... believed I had had a windfall in the lottery, and even rang me up to ask me to lend him some money.»
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Orchid Places 14h
phrase: ‘carbon footprint’ The amount of carbon dioxide we produce through our activities – things like how much electricity we use
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Step Up Your English! 18h
|🇬🇧 I am watching , a six-part British TV series which will make you laugh your head off. Don’t miss it. Lots of idioms in it!
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BBC Learning English Sep 19
😊 Smile! Is your smile really genuine? Computers can now spot if it is or not. 😄 😎 We discuss this in 6 Minute English and teach you new vocabulary. Watch this:
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Vocords Sep 18
Replying to @vocords
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BBC Learning English Sep 16
Learn how to talk sense with English at Work! Anna's in charge following Paul's biscuit-related accident, but things are about to take a turn for the worse. Click here for more:
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