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ᑕOᒪIᑎ ᒍᗩᗰᗴᔕ 🚲✍🏼🤯 Oct 16
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Anna Lange 13h
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DrTrayBolx1275 22m
Lincoln can create made up word too. In Diction*arium in the Jackbox Party Pack 6. *arium
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Dawn 9h
When Ariana says “my receipts be lookin like phone numbers,” it’s such a flex. And I ain’t gonna lie to you, I’m kinda here for it. I chuckle every time. ...
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Misty Wilson Oct 16
I agree...I used the word ignore out of frustration with everyone.
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Ms Tarvin Oct 16
Excuse that use of “experiment.” I haven’t had any coffee yet.
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Danny Glasser Oct 10
Next time you’re tempted to use the verb “incentivize”, try “induce” instead and see if it works.
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Carmen Baca, author Oct 16
Replying to @FayThom04494140
I make sure of every choice of and for everything I , so if I’m unsure whether to use who/whom or his/theirs or anything else, I change the sentence to avoid the issue entirely. That’s my solution to error-free .
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Perform UK Oct 14
Our in our drama classes this week is enunciation. We practice tongue twisters and learn about the importance of speaking clearly. It's something we like to look at every term and we have a very fun week.
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UNC Music Department Oct 10
Singing and linguistics? There's more overlap than you might think! Click on the link below to read more about the connections our communications assistant Nicole has been discovering!
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Yannick Le Noan Oct 15
Hier c'était formation avec pour savoir captiver son auditoire avec Emmanuel DUCLUZEAU !
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emily lian, m.ed Oct 9
You can make anything sound better with fancy words 😍
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Alter Pele Oct 13
ang linis Ian! Sarap sa tenga at ang linaw ng words.... for the win ka! Di ung puro sigaw lang haha. I hope you and Sid make it to top 3 familea!
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SingersBabel Oct 11
Free Work-of-the-week: Learn Rachmaninoff's beautiful song, ‘Hе пой, красавица’ (Do not sing, oh, beauty), op. 4, #4 from Six Romances, in Russian for FREE this week! With native Russian speaker/diction specialist Anton Belov.
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Classic Liberal Oct 9
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SingersBabel Oct 15
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Larsofhaus 8h
Replying to @FOXBaltimore
?????????? The United States and Turkey were fighting one another? !!!!!!
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M Christine B Dixon 10h
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Deslas Oct 16
La n'existe que si nous portons mal la (la parole et conséquemment les actes ) : Comme l' n'a plus sujet d'être abordée en , Il y a lieu d'observer le de ceux qui la trainent dans la boue.
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Ronnie Little ❌ Oct 15
Replying to @mavcatrn
Hahahaha.... "who's" Dumbass!
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