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The YUNiversity Jun 20
Word Root: EU (good) Examples: • euphemism • euphony • eulogy • euphoria • euthanasia • eugenics But “Europe” ≠ good rope. 😂
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The YUNiversity Jun 17
😈💬 Here are some synonyms for “evil”: • nefarious • fiendish • malevolent • depraved • diabolic
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Elite Prep Jun 18
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Elite Prep Jun 19
Oligarchy [OL-i-gahr-kee] (n.) a government in which only few people have power
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69English Jun 19
We are going to take a look at HETERONYMS in English. Let’s begin with this one. Use ONE word that suits both gaps. She saw a ____ flying near her garden. 🌺 Jim ____ into the swimming pool and began to swim 🏊‍♂️
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Interactive English Jun 21
Thank you Shakespeare. 😃👍
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Dr Gianfranco Conti Jun 21
Key principles in vocabulary instruction - Do you have a principled and evidence-based approach to vocab instruction? Is this reflected in your curriculum ? How do you recycle vocab ? How do your students collect the vocab they encounter? Do you teach chunks?
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The YUNiversity Jun 14
Lackadaisical (adj.) lazy; without interest or determination Jo’s pal Shikamaru is a *lackadaisical* young man.
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The YUNiversity 16h
5️⃣0️⃣ words you should learn for standardized exams … and master for life: 🎓👓
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Toastmasters Jun 18
Help us, help you! We’re looking for new words to feature as our word of the week. Comment below with a challenging word and it could be featured as a Toastmasters International Word of the Week.
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The YUNiversity Jun 19
MORT (Latin) = death 💀⚰ - mortality - mortician - mortify - immortal - mortuary - Voldemort 😶
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BBC Learning English Jun 20
It's dinner time in the UK! Time to pig out on our favourite ! 🐷 🍕 🍕 🍫🍫 🍪 🍪 😋 Idioms and phrases here:
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BBC Learning English Jun 18
🏊‍♂️ Here’s an expression for when you have to be tough if you want to succeed! 🏊‍♀️ More phrases and idioms here:
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Interactive English Jun 20
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Interactive English Jun 17
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Jennifer Lebedev Jun 20
Daily pic: What are these? What do we use them with? Answer in later tweet. # ESL
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Rachel Picken Jun 21
I have embedded tier 2 vocabulary challenges into the whole school literacy tutor time PowerPoints. Thank you for your excellent tier 2 activities. Word class & terminology challenges, & tiered vocabulary to engage all students
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Elite Prep Jun 17
Propitious [pruh-PISH-uhs] (adj). presenting favorable circumstances
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BBC Learning English Jun 19
😐 Here’s an expression for when people don’t express openly how they feel. 😐 More idioms and phrases here:
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Elite Prep Jun 13
Strident (adj.) loud, shrill, or harshly grating; forcefully assertive or harshly critical
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