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The YUNiversity Apr 22
Word Root: DOL (pain) 😣 Example words: • dolorous • doleful • indolent • condolence • Dolores Umbridge 😜
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Worddio: Vocabulary App Apr 22
👩‍🎓Daily English tips 🇬🇧 with Worddio. Tag your friends and help them to learn 🇬🇧🇩🇪🇪🇸🇯🇵 and 30 more. ​
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Lexonik - raising literacy levels and achievement 3h
" I love Lexonik..." Thanks for this fantastic feedback from St Mary's Catholic Academy, Blackpool. DM to find out about how we could make impact in your school, or ask us for details on our next Discovering Lexonik event in Blackpool 1st May
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omygasm 27m
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Elite Prep Apr 22
Loquacious [loh-KWEY-shuhs] (adj.) very talkative
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The YUNiversity Apr 22
Mendacious [men-DEY-shuhs] (adj.) not telling the truth; lying; intentionally untrue 🤥
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Learn English 1h
Replying to @EnglishRadar
🤔 Phrasal verb quiz Answer = PAY BACK For more phrasal verbs, visit:
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Daypunch 1h
Children usually know over _______ words by the age of six! A. 1000 B. 2500 C. 6000 Tell us in the comments what you think!
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Next Step English Apr 21
🐱 QUIZ 🐱 Jadis spends her afternoons ________ on the back porch. a. basking b. self-flagellating c. blubbering d. pontificating
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Interactive English Apr 22
ENGLISH WORD GAME 🎊 🤔👍
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The YUNiversity 12h
Candid (adj.) truthful and straightforward; frank; forthright; blunt Goku gave Jo’s friend a *candid* response regarding his outfit.
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Next Step English Apr 21
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Elite Prep 23h
Frenetic (adj.) wildly excited or active
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Gifted—Not Broken 35s
When your , or student reads, do the words jiggle or jump or fly off the page? Do they frequently loose their place when reading? ? Help is available
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The YUNiversity Apr 20
Propitious [pruh-PISH-uhs] (adj.) presenting a good chance of success; favorable
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Lola Gayle 4h
Word of the Day 04.24.19 -- Cozen (verb): To deceive, win over, or induce to do something by artful coaxing and wheedling or shrewd trickery
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The YUNiversity 15h
Raconteur [rak-uhn-TUR] (n.) a talented storyteller 🎭 Shakespeare was voted the greatest *raconteur* ever:
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Jennifer Lebedev 7h
Daily pic: What is the truck carrying? How was all of that placed there? Answer in later tweet.
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SpectrumEduCart 12h
Learn Vocab! "𝗜𝗺𝗯𝗿𝗶𝗰𝗮𝘁𝗶𝗼𝗻" means an overlapping. #http://www.spectrumeducart.org #Arvindo#
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BBC Learning English 6h
Speaks is a series that looks at some of the language that William Shakespeare has popularised. Watch the videos, do the quizzes and have fun!
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