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MelissaCastroHolland 4m
Free Technology for Teachers: How to Record Audio in Google Slides: great for teaching new
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Elite Prep Oct 20
Elysian [ih-LIZH-uhn, ih-LEE-zhuhn] (adj.) heavenly or delightful
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Xavier🕊 8h
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CELS 3h
Our Pre-IGCSE classes have been practising their narrative tenses by writing stories about being in the spotlight!!! Here is some of the vocabulary they have been working with!! 🎭🌟🤩👩🏼‍🎤👨🏽‍🎤✌ @ Columbia Private Institute
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The YUNiversity Oct 17
😈💬 Here are some synonyms for “evil”: • nefarious • fiendish • malevolent • depraved • diabolic
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Mrs. Sarazin 4h
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Rachel Eells 4m
Kurt approves of my Boggle domination this evening. Best fake word: queasies . .
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English from A to Z 12h
of the day: 'Consternation' (noun.) Meaning: A feeling of anxiety or stress about something that happens expectedly or even unexpectedly. Example: Michael did not study hard enough for his final exams much to the consternation of his parents.
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EastonCountryDay 12h
What’s another word for ‘brilliant’? Mrs. Clark’s students are laughing, smiling and LEARNING with this fun vocabulary game.
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Mahendras 21h
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vignanschools 11h
Here's a fun challenge to test your vocabulary. Can you answer this in 10 seconds?
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Assessments 24x7 3h
Your is one of your greatest tools for communication!
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Prestwick House 13h
Our vocab Word of the Day is diaspora. Feel free to use these in your classroom!
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KSE Academy 16h
💥 How are you today? 🙂 happy 🙁 sad 😃 excited 😌 optimistic 😏 naughty ☺️ proud 😠 angry 🙄 indifferent 🤨 suspicious 😤 exasperated 😳 impressed 😱 appalled 🤯 mindblown 😔 disappointed ☹️ pessimistic 🤪 crazy 🤬 enraged/furious
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Mark 9h
Nice tip: rather than introducing the words ‘right’ and ‘left’ in sentences where the words are interchangeable, such as ‘Turn right at the corner.’, introduce them in sentences that capture their distinct meanings, such as ‘Most people write with their right hand.’.
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English Guru 11h
Replying to @Apoven1
2/2 🔹promise (in the above context) --> potential excellence, the idea that someone or something is likely to be successful That solution shows promise. It might just work. He shows a lot of promise as a detective.
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British Council Oct 19
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Mo Sena 6h
"As David Wilkins observed years ago: 'Without grammar little can be conveyed; without vocabulary nothing can be conveyed'. The single most important task facing language learners is acquiring a sufficiently large vocabulary."
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Mrs. Booth 5h
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Elite Prep 8h
Phlegmatic [fleg-MAT-ik] (adj.) having a calm, sluggish temperament; unemotional
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