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The YUNiversity 3h
Blithe = happy 😄; cheerful; carefree Lithe = flexible; bending easily; limber Luffy is both *blithe* and *lithe*.
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Learn English 6h
I'm sorry 😨My bad. 😨I apologize 😨Pardon me 😨My apologies. 😨Please forgive me 😨Please, don't be angry 😨I hope you can forgive me 😨Please, accept my apologies
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ExC_ELL Aug 2
One key to ExC-ELL is making sure students have multiple opps to engage with the same words throughout a lesson. This includes: 👩‍🏫During direct instruction on 📕In reading 🗨️Using the words when speaking w/peers ✍️Writing about text 👂Hearing the teacher use the vocab
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Learn English 14h
DELICIOUS 🍪yum 🍪tasty 🍪savory 🍪yummy 🍪tasteful 🍪flavorful 🍪exquisite 🍪palatable 🍪succulent 🍪delectable 🍪appetizing 🍪toothsome 🍪flavorsome 🍪droolworthy 🍪scrumptious 🍪finger-licking 🍪mouth-watering
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Learn English Jul 31
SMART 🤓apt 🤓wise 🤓quick 🤓clever 🤓bright 🤓sharp 🤓genius 🤓brilliant 🤓intelligent 🤓ingenious 🤓quick-witted
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Learn English Aug 1
UNEMOTIONAL 😶icy 😶cold 😶frigid 😶reserved 😶emotionless 😶cold-blooded 😶thick-skinned 😶matter-of-fact 😶dispassionate
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Learn English Aug 2
SURPRISED 😲floored 😲startled 😲amazed 😲stunned 😲shocked 😲stupefied 😲staggered 😲astounded 😲astonished 😲bowled over 😲gobsmacked 😲flabbergasted 😲dumbfounded
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Rapid English 12h
Truncate meaning with example.
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Your London Tutor Jul 31
Grapes grow on vines so we can probably guess how to pronounce the place where vines are grown, right? Unfortunately not. ❓Which other words sound different to the way you expect to say them?
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Learn English Jul 31
BRAVE 💪bold 💪hardy 💪gutsy 💪daring 💪heroic 💪manful 💪valiant 💪gallant 💪fearless 💪unafraid 💪valorous 💪dauntless 💪audacious 💪undaunted 💪lionhearted 💪courageous
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BBC Learning English 24h
Have you ever forgotten something important? With this post, you’ll never forget ways to say ‘you can’t remember something’! You'll find more useful phrases here: #englishtips#waystosay
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Elite Prep Aug 1
Gripe (v.) to complain constantly or naggingly
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Next Step English 📖🐝 Jul 29
ALIBI Examples: 🔹He couldn't have done it. He's got an airtight ALIBI. 🔹It's not looking good for her. She sent threatening texts to the victim, and she's got no ALIBI for the night of the murder. 🔹Three witnesses have corroborated my ALIBI.
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Speak Write Play 9h
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Learn English Jul 29
SAYING GOODBYE ✋later ✋adios ✋so long ✋farewell ✋bye-bye ✋goodbye ✋see you (later) ✋catch you later ✋see you around
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The YUNiversity Aug 1
Lugubrious 😭 [loo-GOO-bree-uhs] (adj.) sad and mournful, esp. in an exaggerated or ridiculous way We’re not gonna lie: seeing Luffy and Usopp’s *lugubrious* reactions often make us laugh.
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The YUNiversity Aug 1
“Pied piper” = a person who entices people to follow them, especially to their doom ℹ️🎓 It originates from the hero of “The Pied Piper of Hamelin,” a poem by Robert Browning:
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English LikeANative Jul 31
To rain on someone's parade = to prevent someone from enjoying something ☔ Meg was excited to go to the shopping centre but I had to rain on her parade and tell her it was closed. When could you use this phrase?
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Learn English Jul 28
EDUCATED 📚skilled 📚lettered 📚learned 📚cultured 📚nurtured 📚scholarly 📚well-read 📚cultivated 📚well-versed 📚enlightened 📚accomplished 📚knowledgeable
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Speak Write Play 2h
Murray: Bro, we should leave. It looks like things are about to get between Coach Conner and Inez.
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