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Your London Tutor Oct 24
This word can be used in both everyday life and business. Here’s what it means, how to pronounce it and how to use it. ❓Have you ever received an ultimatum? What happened?
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Your London Tutor Oct 21
In the advanced group class last week, one of my students asked about the difference between these two expressions. ❓Can you make example sentences with these expressions?
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St. Thomas More Oct 21
Alex in - we see that ! 😁
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English With Amrita 3h
Today's word- Verbose Do Subscribe to our YouTube Channel: English With Amrita Follow @englishwithamrita
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English Los Angeles Oct 19
The bills ______ paid; what do you care who paid them? has been gotten was been got (ANSWER - CLICK LINK)
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Ms. Senter Oct 22
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Nicole Brittingham Furlonge Oct 20
I enjoyed discussing the power of listening in pursuit of for our schools . Tomorrow, round 2: , , & . Hope to listen w/ you there!
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Shirah Consults Oct 17
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English Los Angeles Oct 17
What is the plural of "knife"? knifes knifs knifen knive knives (ANSWER - CLICK LINK)
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Tugba.Gul36 Oct 23
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Colegio Virgen Milagrosa Oct 21
Bingo time! First and second grade they have been playing bingo with the vocabulary learned!
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EasyEverydayEnglish Oct 24
Hey is '6 -- got your six' via Meaning: looking out for someone and protecting him/her if necessary Buy Book:
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EasyEverydayEnglish Oct 22
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EasyEverydayEnglish Oct 21
Hey is '6 -- watch your 6 (six)' via Meaning: be aware of who is behind you -- at a 6 o’clock angle Buy Book:
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Kufre-Udeme Thompson Oct 23
Get your mind off the negative events surrounding you and let's catch some funs polishing our use of English and reviving our story culture. Time: 8.30 PM. venue: Awhile Forum WhatsApp group. Follow this link to join .
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Vocab with Movie Clips Every Day Oct 20
boulder /ˈboʊldər/ noun a very large rock which has been shaped by water or the weather Frozen 2 (2019) Time: 1:20:30
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Paaan. Oct 18
Assalamualaikum warga twitter. Looking for english lesson for all levels? Check this out and contact now. Hope you guys can help to retweet for my wife business. It means a lot. Have a nice day ahead. Assalamualaikum😇
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x0 Oct 18
As shocked as Buhari
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Vocab with Movie Clips Every Day Oct 21
gutsy /ˈɡʌtsi/ adjective (informal) (Oxford) showing courage and determination Cars (2006) Time: 00:11:49
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Siân Quill Oct 22
My daughter’s English class finished ‘A Doll’s House’ 2day. Her review: ‘wild it was written so long ago but still relevant. I wish she’d taken her children with her but... Nora’s a Queen.’
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