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PeterTheProofreader Aug 2
common English vs. refined English 🥱very difficult (common) • The test was very difficult. 😊exceedingly difficult (refined) • The test was exceedingly difficult.
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Brendan 𝕯𝕸 Ryan 🇮🇪🇪🇸🇪🇺 Jul 27
¿Te han hecho una putada en alguna vez? '𝗔 𝗱𝗶𝗰𝗸 𝗺𝗼𝘃𝗲' 👉Promoting Juan over Ana was 𝐚 real 𝗱𝗶𝗰𝗸 𝗺𝗼𝘃𝗲 by the director. Ana is much better at her job. 👉In the world of Owls, that's 𝗔 𝗱𝗶𝗰𝗸 𝗺𝗼𝘃𝗲 ⤵️
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Next Step English 📖🐝 Jul 26
Look at this delightful cluster of mushrooms that’s sprung up in the mulch under our bushes! 🍄 CLUSTER = a group of things of the same type that grow or appear close together 🍄 SPRING UP = to appear or develop quickly and/or suddenly
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EOI Teacher Jul 26
✔ To know something for a fact 》If you know something for a fact, you are emphasizing that you are absolutely sure it is true. ▪︎I know for a fact that Joe is going to get promoted. I heard the boss talking about it.
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Cyndi |ELT 24h
Reasonable (adj): used to describe either people or things as fair, sensible or acceptable (⚠️acceptable for things) E.g. Jim's a reasonable man. He always listens to what others have to say. That's a reasonable price for a silk scarf. More⤵️
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Brendan 𝕯𝕸 Ryan 🇮🇪🇪🇸🇪🇺 Aug 3
Cinco IDIOMS que los nativos usamos MUY a menudo en ⤵ 1⃣To beat around the bush 2⃣To cut a long story short 3⃣ Easy does it! 4⃣ To get your act together 5⃣ The last straw Si no los conoces, dale a play ⏯
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Brendan 𝕯𝕸 Ryan 🇮🇪🇪🇸🇪🇺 3h
Si aprendes un en , aprende también su contrario ⤵ Sit down ♻️Stand up Drop off ♻️ Pick up Check in ♻️Check out Turn on ♻️ Turn off Put on ♻️ Take off
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EOI Teacher Jul 28
✔ In short order 》If something is done in short order, it is done quickly and easily, without any problems 👧 Joe's laptop is acting up, and he has asked me for help. 👨🏻 Well, you're an expert, you'll fix it in short order.
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Fluent-English.co.uk 21h
Some more formal versions of informal words today. You wouldn't use these when talking to friends - only in formal situations or with strangers. Can you think of any more?
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Next Step English 📖🐝 Jul 28
What a svelte little creature! 😂 📕 SVELTE = (approving)(of a person, especially a woman) thin and attractive
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Friends Miles Away - Inglés nivel C1 Aug 1
🇬🇧Mantenerse firme en cuanto a algo 👉FIRM 👉ADAMANT 👉STUBBORN 👉DETERMINED 👉UNRELENTING Ex: The government is adamant that we must stay at home. Mi libro en Amazon:
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PeterTheProofreader Jul 31
🥱 make very happy (common) • The wedding made the newly married couple very happy. 🥰 delight (refined) • The wedding delighted the newly married couple.
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Kleinerman Servicios Lingüísticos Aug 3
Instructions outside a restaurant in New Jersey. In NJ, folks don't 'mince words'. They get right to the point, with down-to-earth language everyone can easily understand.
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Kleinerman Servicios Lingüísticos Aug 3
You have to 'hand it' to the human hand. Not only did it allow us to make and use tools, it 'had a hand' in the development of human speech. So, let's 'give a hand' to the human hand!!
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English With Nab Aug 1
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Speak Write Play 19h
Murray: Bro, we should leave. It looks like things are about to get between Coach Conner and Inez.
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Orchid Online English School Jul 27
Difference Between " Sometime , Some time and sometimes" Online Spoken English Course only at Orchid Online English School Follow The Page To Get New Posts Every Day
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Mentes Liberadas Aug 1
Practica listening en con esta app online
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Friends Miles Away - Inglés nivel C1 Jul 27
🇬🇧Algo empieza a gustarte 👉𝐆𝐫𝐨𝐰 𝐨𝐧 𝐬𝐨𝐦𝐞𝐭𝐡𝐢𝐧𝐠 🇬🇧Algo deja de gustarte👉𝐆𝐫𝐨𝐰 𝐨𝐮𝐭 𝐨𝐟 𝐬𝐨𝐦𝐞𝐭𝐡𝐢𝐧𝐠 *English started growing on me a while ago and I hope I won't ever grow out of it
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Level Up Courses 19h
You need to transform your ideas into actions!
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