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Elite Prep Jan 16
Procure (v.) to obtain or acquire
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British Council Jan 15
Have you taken the yet? We are looking for Chinese, German and Spanish speakers to take part
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BBC Learning English Jan 15
QUIZ!⠀ Which answer is correct?⠀ Try our ! We'll give the answer later.☺
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koorbuddy 4h
banausic - (formal) Of or pertaining to technical matters; mechanical. (formal) Uncultured, unrefined, utilitarian. - adj
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Elite Prep Jan 11
Frenetic (adj.) wildly excited or active
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Jennifer Lebedev Jan 14
Daily pic: What are these? How and where are they useful? Answer in later tweet.
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English Ninjas 18h
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BBC Learning English 3h
💁 Help! I’ve lost my wallet, what do I say? 👛👛 We’re here to save the day and save you money too with these phrases! 💰💰 More great content on our website:
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The YUNiversity 2h
☔️ It’s been raining so much in Los Angeles lately; it’ll be a while before we can enjoy this smell: Petrichor (n.) the pleasant, distinct scent of rain as it pours down on dry, warm ground 🌧️👃🏻
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Elite Prep 10h
Delve (v.) to look for; to search; to investigate (usually with “into“)
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Lauren Hall, M.Ed. 3h
If you’ve never tried out LIVE, you are missing out! We have found a new favorite way to review !
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biblewords 31m
Rase - tear down, level, destroy (Psalm 137:7 )
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Daphne Gray-Grant Jan 16
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Elite Prep Jan 10
Pervade (v.) to spread through or be present throughout
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Barri Lynn Baltic 8h
Winning Words : : : Match Games 7 fun educational apps for the iPad & iPhone! Now played in 120 countries!
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Cristina Montejo 2h
Adjective - Present or noticeable in every part of a thing or place.
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Marga Alfonso Jan 14
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Elizabeth McAdory 6h
Ms. McAdory’s students created vocabulary cartoons.
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Elite Prep Jan 15
Spate (n.) a large number or amount of something, esp. in a brief time
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Elite Prep Jan 12
Vagary [VEY-guh-ree] (n.) an erratic notion or action
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