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BBC Learning English 9h
Hello from London! We have a for you... [You’ll get the answer in News Review later today.]
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SeyfiHoca 10h
Boost Your Vocabulary 1 Boost Your Vocabulary 2 Boost Your Vocabulary 3 Boost Your Vocabulary 4
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Literacy with Miss P Aug 8
I've been beavering away creating a list of Top 20 Tools for Teaching Vocab. --> Please feel free to share. 2-page PDF + word doc also downloadable from the blog. You're welcome!
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Elite Prep Aug 9
Incumbent (adj.) necessary or obligatory (n.) a person who currently holds a particular position
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Jennifer Chen Aug 4
So, I learned a new word today. Somehow, I feel better about my book hoarding habits once I realized there is a cool, Japanese word for it.😉
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owlyreadandplay Aug 7
The VDO shows how baby panda help "going number two". น้องแพนดาต้องมีคนช่วย "อึ"! ฉี่ go number one = pee, wee, urinate, piddle, piss (หยาบ), take/have a leak, spend a penny อึ go number two = poo, defecate, shit (หยาบ) excrete v.ขับถ่าย (ทุกทาง)
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Interactive English Aug 11
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Speak Write Play 9h
Lorraine: I don't understand. There must be some ___ explanation as to how our exam answers match. I didn't cheat! A) rationale B) rashional C) ratshunel D) rational
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Interactive English Aug 13
"At the moment, we are ........" ( = look after someone)😽 a) cat-watching b) cat-caring c) cat-sitting
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𝕋𝕙𝕖 𝕐𝕌ℕ𝕚𝕧𝕖𝕣𝕤𝕚𝕥𝕪 Aug 6
Defenestrate [dee-FEN-uh-streyt]: (v.) to throw out of a window When she died yet again in “Hollow Knight,” Jo angrily *defenestrated* her Nintendo Switch controller. 😡💢🎮
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That Spelling Thing Aug 12
Why teaching requires *all* of hearing, speaking & writing. Say it clearly (local accent is fine). Use it accurately in full sentences. Learn to spell it syllable by syllable and/or sound sound. Note the grapheme/s that require concentration.
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BBC Learning English 20h
Have you ever heard of binomials? You'll find them here and there in English. They're really useful. You'll find a full explanation here:
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Speak Write Play Aug 13
Kimber: I can't get myself to entertain Shane's advances because he is ___. He always acts like he's so much better than me. A) hauty B) hotty C) haughty D) hautie
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Elite Prep 42m
Ephemeral [ih-FEM-er-uhl] (adj.) lasting for a short time; fleeting
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𝕋𝕙𝕖 𝕐𝕌ℕ𝕚𝕧𝕖𝕣𝕤𝕚𝕥𝕪 5h
👦🏼🙏👦🏻 “Friendly” / “friendship” words: - cordial - congenial - amicable - gregarious - affable - camaraderie - amity
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Speak Write Play Aug 11
Picture This! Describe what's happening in the without using the following words: - hut - day - cloudy - empty - home
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BBC Learning English Aug 7
Dan wants to tell you a secret about collective nouns! 🙊It's all in this English In A Minute!⏱️ 🕬Don't keep this a secret! Share and tell your friends! 👍There's lots more great content at
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Speak Write Play Aug 10
**NEW ACTIVITY ALERT** In Other Words: Rewrite the statement below in other words. Try not to lose the essence/meaning. They're about releasing the tape because its content is .
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𝕋𝕙𝕖 𝕐𝕌ℕ𝕚𝕧𝕖𝕣𝕤𝕚𝕥𝕪 Aug 7
Lackadaisical (adj.) lazy; without interest or determination Jo’s pal Shikamaru is a *lackadaisical* young man.
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𝕋𝕙𝕖 𝕐𝕌ℕ𝕚𝕧𝕖𝕣𝕤𝕚𝕥𝕪 Aug 8
The opposite of “nocturnal” is *diurnal* [die-UR-nl] (not “dayturnal”). 🙄🤦🏻 Bats 🦇 are nocturnal; sheep 🐑 are diurnal.
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