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Fullbrook Sep 16
It’s time for a new which we will be incorporating into discussions during lessons and tutor time with students. We would be grateful if you could continue to support this by using the word in conversation at home.
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MyEnglishTutorandI 27m
This morning, In Bulgaria I received a postcard from a dear friend from Austria. Thank you so much for reminding me of other ways to communicate and share kindness
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タタラン Sep 16
I used to use English as if it was the easiest language for me to express myself. Now back in Japan for a long time I forgot quite a lot of words and things in English. How sad.
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BNBKR Sep 20
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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 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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Lady_Chelsea_of_the_Void Sep 17
yo, I'm 26 and I just learned that the singular form of lenses is "lens" not "lense". what the hell
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a run Sep 13
I believe helped India stand as "Unity in Diversity" globally. No need of 'one language, one nation'. India is happy being "One nation, many languages".
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Yvonne Casey Sep 20
"Call it the most unlikely form of British soft power: some of the most words in the getting a new life, thanks to the 's endless internal differences."
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Carel Press Sep 19
All 4 posters for the Succeed in English series in October.
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🌼🌹🌿🍒 🍓🦋🐞🌼 Sep 12
Replying to @ihatemineta
is harsh and unresponsive
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DaveFromAsheville Sep 13
Sam Smith's pronoun change = bad grammar, man☮️
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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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saira Sep 14
Need of help! Can someone read over my English language course work and pick out linguistic features e.g lexis and semantics It would be much appreciate
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- ,’ pagarama ,’ - Sep 17
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Charan Iyengar Sep 15
Time guys abandoned using the usage of baby-sit while referring to their own kids.. intentionally or un intentionally creating the gender divide in parenting...
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jackstaunton Sep 13
You can tell has lost all credibility in journalism when "throwing shade" finds its way into headline titles once a week. Poor and team. Sad day for
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Worddio: Vocabulary App Sep 15
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Ryan Fecteau 🏳️‍🌈 12h
I called out the cited tired.
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Mamma Prada - Kristie Prada 22h
Is English infiltrating everyday Italian language? I talked to Nonno about this issue!
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