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BBC Learning English Aug 3
⏱️Do you have a minute to spare to learn some English?🇬🇧 Phil explains the difference between 'speak' and 'talk'. You'll find a summary and quizzes on our website:
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BBC Learning English Aug 7
‘Oval’ is not just another in the . The fish didn’t seem to be fishing for compliments, but has become an online star. Watch the video and tell us: What happened to Oval’s tail? [Pictures: Coral Morphologic]
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Speak Write Play Aug 7
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BBC Learning English Aug 5
What does ‘fair’ mean in this example? “I’m driving from London to Scotland – it’s a fair distance!” a) long b) short You'll find a summary and more quizzes here:
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Speak Write Play 17h
📸 Picture This! Describe what's happening in the photo without using these words: -boys -guitar -grass -play -friends Photo by Robert Collins from Pixabay
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Joanna Gutmann Aug 7
Punctuate the caption: post your version (correct answers will be put in this week’s draw for a copy of Readability) and follow to make sure you see the answer later.
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BBC Learning English Aug 1
Do you know these country idioms or are they 'all Greek to you'? Learn some useful English idioms related to countries.
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BBC Learning English 1h
🐶Do you love dogs? Well, not only can they be our best friends, but they’ve also inspired some idioms in the language. You’ll find more amusing idioms here:
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Cambridge Dictionary Aug 5
A is a great way for a to practise their skills. 🎧 Have you listened to any podcasts recently that you would recommend to other English learners?
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Speak Write Play Aug 6
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BBC Learning English Aug 7
🤔 "What's the difference between 'lie' and 'lay'?" 🤔 👨‍🏫 That's what Alejandra would like to know, and Dan has the answer!
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ENGLISH UCLI 8h
👉 kill two birds with a stone ( idiom) ⚡ to achieve two things by doing a single action ✔ we can kill two birds with a stone by dropping off the mail when we go to the grocery store.
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BBC Learning English Jul 31
☺️Who would you like to say 'thank you' to?🙏 These will give you more ways to show people they are much appreciated! (These are suggestions – they may not work in every sentence.)
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Janneker Lawrence Daniel Aug 6
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ENGLISH UCLI 8h
👉 A wolf in sheep's clothing (idiom) ⚡ a person who appears to be friendly or helpful but who really is dangerous or dishonest ✔ He turned out to be a wolf in sheep's clothing
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Janneker Lawrence Daniel Jul 31
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ZoundsLike 2h
Sometimes one word can completely undermine the meaning of your sentences. What word do you struggle with the most?
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Teacher Bruno Gon 3h
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BBC Learning English Aug 7
Do you find yourself saying ‘yes’ all the time when you with someone? Be more fluent in and use one of these to ‘yes’. (These are suggestions – they may not work in every sentence.)
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BBC Learning English Aug 7
How are you feeling today? We hope you’re feeling happy, but if you’re not... here are some ways to say you feel blue. Learn English with us:
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