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NCIHC Oct 30
It is important 2 learn in the languages that we speak & interpret for. When an expression slips into a session, we will not be stuck. Have u ever made errors saying common phrases? Malaphors & eggcorns:The art of mangling your words
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WeSpeak English Aug 6
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WeSpeak English Aug 27
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Pep Talk India 6 Oct 18
Idiom of the day: Drop a bombshell Meaning: Make an unexpected, startling, or disturbing announcement. Usually a negative news. Usage: Shalini dropped a bombshell on her colleagues when she announced that she was suffering from terminal cancer.
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KSE Academy Sep 11
🔥NEW VIDEO! - Expression: bummer 😞 - Meaning: disappointment
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Link School Oct 3
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KSE Academy Sep 5
🤨ALL THAT GLITTERS IS NOT GOLD! Any questions? Let me know in the comments! 👇🏻
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The Idioms 22 Sep 17
Wait for the other shoe to drop - to defer action or decision until another matter is finished or resolved.
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M.A. Saona-Vallejos Sep 10
Very useful insights for learners. Thanks, ! 🌐📚🔍😊👍🏽🎉
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Zakhele Mngadi 27 Sep 17
"le gorele ge le sa go hlabetje" = Enjoy it while it still last @702Aubrey
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WeSpeak English Aug 13
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Learn Mar 6
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NCIHC Aug 24
Have u ever understood every word u had 2 or , but were not sure of the meaning when used in a phrase? Such are which are often not easily transferred into a 2d language. Here r a few that may b helpful 2 u.
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Professor Temmy 15 Jan 19
Replying to @ProfessorTemmy
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YATTSI - Low Cost Interpretation Service 1 Oct 18
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Zakhele Mngadi 27 Sep 17
"Ga o digadikele go diphura" = you won't finish what you've started @702Aubrey
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Grammar by Zoya Khan Jun 6
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Narrative Language 19 Feb 18
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GneissGirl Scoffs @ Warren The Appropriater 30 Mar 18
The phrase is, ‘time of day’. As in, ‘not being bothered so much as to give him the time of day.’ 🤓
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CaliNetworks May 7
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