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English Lesson Skype Jul 1
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Learn English Jul 1
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Student Works Jul 1
Finally face to face lessons re commence. Join us
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Mrs Walsh Jul 1
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KWSA English Practice Jun 30
Cooling-off period (noun) - the period of time after a contract has been agreed where the customer can leave without cost. Alice was happy to get a 14-day cooling off period for her new phone contract For more ; 📱😀
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Intrepid English 11h
Today's study tip - get yourself some vitamin D and relieve the cabin fever by getting out and about and enjoying the sunshine for a bit!
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KWSA English Practice Jun 29
Warranty (noun) - A written promise to the buyer by the maker to fix/replace a product if it becomes faulty within a period of time. John felt very happy he had a three year warranty with his laptop. For more ; 💻😀
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KWSA English Practice Jun 25
On Tuesday we ask you.... Which sport has the most fans in the world? The answer is... 🥇Football - 4 Billion ⚽️ 🥈Cricket - 2.5 Billion 🏏 🥉Field Hockey - 2 Billion 🏑 Did you get it right? What's your favorite sport?
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Volunteerintheworld Jun 26
Not all classrooms have four walls. @Loveandserveat1 doesn't want to waste time and it’s organising to restart the for as soon as possible. Congratulation, great job, 👏🏻 @ Athens,…
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Intrepid English Jun 26
Will you be treating yourself to a cheeky beer or wine after work today? Find out what we're talking about in Jen's latest blog post on common British slang words:
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KWSA English Practice 8h
Extension (noun) - when a new room or rooms are added to an existing house. The family decided to have an extension and fit a new garage to their house. For more 🚘🏘
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KWSA English Practice Jun 25
Cajole (verb) - to persuade someone to do something by giving them something or doing something for them. John decided to cajole his friends to join him at the pub by buying them green beer. For more ;
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English Lesson Skype Jun 24
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St Peter's Preparatory School, UK Jun 30
Ben S has recorded his review of his most recent read, as part of his remote learning English lessons. Well done Ben!
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KWSA English Practice Jun 26
Revel (verb version) - to enjoy yourself in a lively and noisy way. It normally includes drinking and dancing. Steve and his friends reveled at their end of academic year party in 2019. For more ; 🍾🤵👸💃🕺
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KWSA English Practice Jul 1
We are excited to announce that we have a new lesson coming this Friday! Check out our lesson page for more information
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Intrepid English Jun 27
What is the difference between 'adopt' and 'adapt'? When you adopt an animal, you should allow them time to adapt to their new home.
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Learn English Jun 24
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Teacher Kid Canada 22h
"Repetition is the mother of all learning. Practice speaking proper English with your kid between their online for the best possible results!" - Teacher Kid Canada, Owner & Online English Teacher at Kid Can Talk English
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KWSA English Practice Jun 28
Are you planning on coming to study in the UK or considering practising for your IELTS tests? Well, we have the perfect courses available for you. Check them out right here
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