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Phrasal Cards 11h
Hi there! Our of the day is “Zone out”, which means “to lose concentration or become inattentive.” Here's our video example!
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The James Rice Show 6h
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Phrasal Cards Dec 8
Hello everybody! Our of the day is “Zip up”, which means “to close something that has a zipper.” Here’s our video example!
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𝑺𝒖𝒛𝒂𝒏𝒏𝒆 Dec 4
150 High Frequency ! NOD OFF = fall asleep (especially when you don't intend to) 🔹 I nodded off and missed the end of the film. ( ̄、 ̄*)zzz。
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Phrasal Cards Dec 2
Hey guys! Our of the day is “Write out”, which means “to write something on paper with all the necessary details.” Here’s our video example!
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Interactive English 17h
It's getting cold outside. She'll have to bundle ____. ☃️ a) over b) up c) through ANSWER:
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Dilo en Inglés Dec 6
focus on = centrarse en, concentrarse en It's been hard for me to FOCUS ON work lately.
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Vocab Victor English Word Game 5h
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77PhrasalVerbs Dec 2
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Vocab Victor English Word Game 8h
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Vocords Dec 3
Tag your friends with whom you do daft things. 😛⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
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77PhrasalVerbs Dec 3
hand out = give something to members of a group
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77PhrasalVerbs Dec 3
put somebody off = discourage, dishearten
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Jack's English Dec 6
Check out today's video from the new office! And learn 15 phrasal verbs while your there!🙂👍
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BBC Learning English 19h
"What does ‘off’ mean as a preposition?" That's what Tamas from Hungary would like to know, and Dan has the answer!
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SAT Words 23h
break down If a vehicle or machine breaks down it stops working. "Our car broke down on the way to the airport and we missed our flight." If you break down you are unable to control your feelings and you start to cry. "She broke down when she heard the sad news."
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Learn English with EnglishTVLive Dec 5
Hopefully you won't come down with a flu this winter... Take care of yourself!
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Zanne Gaynor Dec 3
Very pleased to see the following article opening up a healthy debate. How native English speakers can stop confusing everyone else via
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english teacher U 16h
Replying to @ETeacherUcli
⚡ to renovate ✔ Ian made a lot of money buying old homes and doing them up.
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Protalking 16h
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