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FingerTipsResources Sep 22
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Learn English Sep 19
TO EAT 🍽chew 🍽feast 🍽gorge 🍽digest 🍽nibble 🍽munch 🍽devour 🍽consume 🍽have a bite 🍽gobble up/down
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International Mountain Connection Sep 21
Hiking When your head hurts from work and stress, this activity can take it all away! Where is your favorite place to go?
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EF EnglishLive Italy Sep 22
Esempio: The ___ contained thousands of pounds worth of contraband. 🚚 Quale di queste due parole è British English? A) Lorry B) Truck#onlinecourse
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EF EnglishLive Italy Sep 24
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FingerTipsResources Sep 25
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EF EnglishLive Italy Sep 25
Sapete trovare l'errore in questa frase? "I'm thinking to buy a new car"
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Suzanne 😻 Learn English Aprender Inglés 🐬 Sep 24
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Capital School of English (Cardiff) Sep 24
Still time to take advantage of this fantastic offer 🙌🏽 30% OFF all our morning and full-time courses 📚🎓
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EF EnglishLive Italy Sep 26
Provate a risolvere il nostro di ! Qual è la risposta esatta? A o B? A)The coffee is too hot for me to drink. B)The coffee is too hot by me to drink.
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PeterTheProofreader Sep 24
✔️ cut in (on sth) ➡️ interrupt (sth, especially two dancers in order to dance with one of them) • Lana was so pretty that all his friends tried to cut in on his dance with her.
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International Mountain Connection Sep 26
Over the river and through the woods, here’s a photo of in action! This style of running is always an adventure! Where do you like to go? Thank you Ben for letting IMC use your photo!!! 
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California School of English Sep 23
"foul play" - violence or criminal actions causing someone's death e.g. "The police confirmed last week that foul play was suspected in his death."
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California School of English Sep 22
"cry wolf" - to intentionally raise a false alarm or to call for help when not needed e.g. "After repeatedly crying wolf they no longer took her seriously."
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Biblioteca  DFA Sep 24
Brumfit, Christopher, Moon, Jayne, & Tongue, Ray. (1997). Teaching english to children : From practice to principle. Essex: Addison Wesley Longman.
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California School of English 15h
"cross your fingers" - when you hope something happens the way you want it e.g. "She crossed her fingers that her flight wouldn't be late."
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California School of English Sep 25
"square meal" - a nutritious meal e.g. "Many doctors advise that you should eat three square meals each day."
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California School of English Sep 21
"in the bag" - something achieved or clinched e.g. "As votes were being counted they were confident they had the election in the bag."
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California School of English Sep 19
“make ends meet” - to have enough money to cover your expenses and pay bills e.g. “Everything is expensive these days, it’s difficult to make ends meet.”
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California School of English Sep 24
"over the hill" - to be old or past your prime e.g. "They joked that he was over the hill but he always had a young girlfriend."
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