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Alexpodvin 2h
Learn English from your house or office.
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serra Mar 6
One-to-One Online ESL Classes Wanting to learn English for travelling? Work? Or School? Hello there! TutorMeOnline is here for you!
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English Lessons 4U online Jan 3
Remember to check out my 2019 courses on line at  #englishgrammar#englishlearning  #grammar#ieltspreparation #learningenglish#englishwords  #phrasalverbs#toefl    
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MyECO Official Feb 20
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Online English Class Jan 13
Due to the response to the last writing course I'll be opening a morning course on 28th January. Visit the website for full details.
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English Lessons 4U online Jan 5
This is a tongue-twister I learnt as a child. Shells are things you find on the beach. Try saying it progressively as fast as possible. It helps exercise your mouth muscles! Remember to check my site . . . #englishgrammar#englishhelp
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e-English Jun 12
It’s worth noting down a few of these office phrasal verbs. Hopefully you can keep up!
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EM School of English Jun 13
So, such, so many and so much. Here are the answers and the different structures 📚✏️✅
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English Lessons 4U online Jan 6
In British English we often say 'cheers'. Do you really know what it means and when to say it? Leave a comment. My answer on next post.  
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Native English Institute Dec 7
We are inspired by our students in so many ways. Inspired by the lovely Margarita, Teacher Nancy is reading Bulgakov's masterpiece The Master and Margarita.
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eDiversityPH Feb 17
Expression of the day: " Out of breath " - Not be able to breathe easily, breathless. Example: She was out of breath after running up the stairs.
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Native English Institute Dec 9
Meet Teacher Estelle! She has been teaching English since 2006. She received her Master’s in TESOL from Portland State University and has taught in community, academic, and individual tutoring contexts.
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Native Camp for Teachers Feb 26
Would you like to gain a valuable international experience while teaching Japanese students? 🌏 Join us today!
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inenglishbox Apr 14
Tip! If you’re speaking in the present tense about he/she/if you always add S to the verb! Example:“She eats chicken.” “He plays guitar.” “It looks good.”
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Matt Gale May 2
Great to see Ksenia! Top conversationalist from Russia. She loves talking about and in . What are you interested in?
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Deepact Jan 14
Reading Daily news article everyday makes me happy?
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eDiversityPH Feb 13
Happy Valentine’s day to the special person who fills my life with sweetness and love that cannot be measured. You’ll always have a special place in my heart. TO LOVE? OR TO BE LOVED? YOU DESERVE TO BE LOVED! Enjoy:) 'sDay :)
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WeSpeak English Jun 7
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JustSmartMinds | Be Extraordinary! Feb 7
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English 123 - School Online Mar 23
Start your journey by memorizing these methods of transportations!
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