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Ben Karson May 19
New words update: "Imma"- means i will "Finna"- means i will will These two words joined together forms a phrase which is used to indicate a future tense of action one intends to perform. Origin:Arab Transcription: /įmâ:/ /fīññā:/ Follow for more new words update.
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Peakon Jul 13
We are delighted to reveal our head-to-toe rebrand! Visit to check out our brand new look now.
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Linda Karen Taylor Feb 12
My students told me about a new word--new as in new to the vocab, as well as new to me. Found it in the Urban dictionary. "Yeet." So we spent a few minutes trying to figure out what the tenses should be. Past tense: "Yeeted"? "Yote"?
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FREE English Class on #Twitch - Join Me 20:00 CET Apr 3
Word of the Day: DABBLE (IN) Verb: to try an activity briefly to see whether you enjoy it - - - - Write a sentence in the comments with DABBLE (IN)
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Saraband Books Jul 10
Sadly, the project was one of many wonderful projects disrupted by coronavirus, HOWEVER, the books still made it to the libraries and are ready for you all to enjoy.
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Samuel OLADIPUPO May 14
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Babarya Jan 11
Dad: Remember this book "No more hitting for little hamster"? We read this when you were 3 because you were hitting us when you didn't get what you wanted B: What? Was I an IDIOT? That is what an IDIOT would do!! Wow! What an IDIOT.
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#IsThisSatire Nov 30
Is this a word - twaticon? If not, why not?
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Some bits Dec 1
Childnobyl: A kid throwing a full-blown tantrum in a public place.
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Union Bank of Nigeria Jan 16
We are feeling “Angeliferous” today, we decided to bless your timeline with a few words you might not know. Thank us later 🤣.
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Time to Read Apr 21
One of the publishers, sadly their events were cancelled due to you know what BUT why not buy their titles instead!
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Cambridge Dictionary Jun 24
We're going in our latest list of : Have you heard of ? How about the words or ?
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Cambridge Dictionary Jul 23
Our this week are all related to . Take a look at them here:
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Mrs Daniel Jun 12
Here’s today’s ‘tolerate’ a great new word, so what do you think it means? 🤔
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Read-it💫 Mar 3
Sneaky peak of the and heading to as part of the funded project. We have a fantastic author event planned in June to support the project and celebrates the work of the sisters - watch this space for more information
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MARIA ANGELA CAPELLO Mar 1
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Dr Helen McGowan Jul 17
Thank you for offering the description ‘shickered satrap’ to my understanding of the GG role
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IH London Jul 19
That perfect Sunday feeling... we hope you all feel 'hygge' today! 😊
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Merstham Library Feb 5
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Maria Harris Nov 24
Things that make you laugh on a Sunday morning. HT to
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