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Keystone English Nov 19
Phrasal verb: Tidy up. Meaning ➡️ To make things look better by putting them in their correct place. Example: Ali! I told you to tidy up your bedroom! 🛏
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KWSA English Practice Nov 22
Check out our awesome offer on our self-taught course. This one lasts for 2 years and we are happy to announce that the first two weeks are part of a free trial. Find out more by following the link.
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Keystone English Nov 18
Learning English from home? Find out the best ways to improve your English in 2021: ➡️
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KWSA English Practice Nov 22
Last orders (phrase) visitors must order their final drinks as the bar will close soon. The students bought their drinks as the bar tender called last orders. For more; What's your favourite drink?
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Akin Teaches English Nov 18
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KWSA English Practice Nov 19
Replenish (verb) To refill something. The girl replenished her bottle before she went out for a run. For more; What type of drink do you prefer?
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TDrawingz Nov 20
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Keystone English Nov 25
We have a new article out! Learn all of the essential phrases needed when eating out at a restaurant:
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KWSA English Practice Nov 19
Our latest newsletter has been released It's packed with information on October's lessons, key words and phrases from our social media feeds and some great offers for you to commence your online English journey.
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KWSA English Practice Nov 23
Strike (noun) In bowling when you knock all 10 pins down with one go. The boy was delighted he was awarded a strike. For more; Have you ever scored a strike? When was it? How did you feel?
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Corvallis Multicultural Literacy Center Nov 23
A snapshot of one of CMLC’s Fall term classes, Pronunciation Class. Thanks to our teacher Melinda and all of her students! Stay tuned for winter term classes.
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KWSA English Practice Nov 23
Satchel (noun) A bag carried on someone's shoulder which is often used to carry school books. For more; How do you carry your books around?
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KWSA English Practice Nov 20
What's it like to live, work and eat in the amazing city state of Hong Kong? Follow our good friend Jess as she shows us around! Have you ever lived in ? What is your favorite thing about Hong Kong?
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The English Classroom Nov 25
I love using Ed Sheeran songs in my . They put everyone in a happy mood! ♥
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KWSA English Practice Nov 24
Inquisitive (adj.) Someone or something who wants to see and learn new things. For more; What do you like to learn about?
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KWSA English Practice 24h
We are excited to announce that we have a new English lesson coming on Friday! Check out our lesson page for more information
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merrin shelton Nov 22
If you are a refugee or asylum seeker & wish to join our friendly ZOOM English Group, send us an email!
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Hannah @ Oxinity Nov 18
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KWSA English Practice Nov 24
In the second of our November quizzes we look at all the words and and phrases we learnt here on social media this month. There's a special offer waiting for you after completing it!
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Mahbubur Rahman Officially Teaching 22h
Opposite words.. Click on the link to learn more in Youtube ➡️➡️➡️ Mahbubur Rahman Officially Teaching @englishvsmahbubur
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