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Husna Pervez حسنیٰ پرویز Apr 21
It's the language! It's !
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Jamie Harvey 18h
I had to read through this a few times...but how would you make this message easier to read?
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Chris Kelly 3h
to everyone. A day that doesn't seem to be celebrated anymore without it being deemed something ridiculous like racist. I'm proud to be , proud to be and proud to be from
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PM 16h
So which classic pop group did you prefere, did you like being 'Under the moon of love' with Showaddywaddy Or dancing with those 'Tiger feet' with Mud?
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charles anyan Ⓜ️ 5h
I’m proud to be every day, not just today. That said I want to wish all my followers a happy 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁥󠁮󠁧󠁿
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NicolaJane 5h
so pleased to wake up on the23rd April and see that this is top tweet. Proud to be
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🔟 ⏩ 🐯Jayaprakash Mohan🦂 🌠 ⚡ 6h
Replying to @jay2406
Hi, is vital 4 global communication & higher education. You know? I started learning ABC from 5th grade only. I'm eternally indebted 2 My childhood English Teachers like late Smt.Leela Mani. I write poetry by Grace of Guru. Wish u Educative ! Jay
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Joseph Afrane 4h
Today is 23 April 2019. Please I am wishing all My friends in and English all over the world a very happy St George’s Day
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John McCafferty 4h
23 April feast of St. George. Happy feast day tweeps. It was declared a ‘greater double’ - a feast free from work in 1413
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MD Education Campus 3h
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Dr David Clubb 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁷󠁬󠁳󠁿🇪🇺🏳️‍🌈 4h
A very happy to my many friends and family 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁥󠁮󠁧󠁿🎉🎇👏🏽💟 My wife played a sneaky trick by arranging our wedding date for 23 April so I wouldn't forget either 😘👏🕺💃
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Stirling English 36s
St. George's Day, also known as the Feast of Saint George, is celebrated by the and by various Christian Churches and by the several nations, kingdoms, countries, and cities of which Saint George is the patron .
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mikewiechert 5h
I’m gonna go to sleep n I think im gonna start grading papers in my dreams
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Jatiasih™ 2h
Learning phrasal verbs.
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HairbyZannie 5h
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Jatiasih™ 2h
RT infoJATIASIH "Learning : Adjectives for Describing Food "
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Launch2Learning 3m
Analysing and comparing text, and writing techniques - some useful short films for students here.
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Ling Lore 4h
From the 5th to 7th centuries CE, Angles, Saxons, and Jutes displaced many of 's natives and established Anglo-Saxon kingdoms. Their West dialects developed into Ænglisc (Old ), a close relative of Old in the Anglo-Frisian group.
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EnglishStudy! 🇬🇧 🇪🇺 Apr 21
Idiom – Pigs might fly 🐖 Meaning – This idiom is said about something that has no chance of happening. This expression is usually used in a humorous or sarcastic way. This is a very common idiom. 🧒🏿I'll clean my room later. 🧓🏿Pigs might fly!
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