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The YUNiversity Jun 12
Words that are related to the five senses: acoustic/auditory: 👂 olfactory: 👃 tactile: 👉 optical: 👁 gustatory: 👅
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Worddio: Vocabulary App Jun 9
👩‍🎓Daily English tips 🇬🇧 with Worddio. Tag your friends and help them to learn 🇬🇧🇩🇪🇪🇸🇯🇵 and 30 more. ​
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The YUNiversity Jun 8
Prevaricate [pri-VAR-i-keyt] (v.) to lie, mislead 🤥 Instead of *prevaricating*, Sen Takatsuki spoke candidly to Hinami.
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Neurolang Jun 14
Don't use the same words over and over again! Here are some synonyms you can use to improve your vocabulary: Answer — reply, respond Come — approach Decide — determine, settle Happy — pleased, satisfied Right — correct, accurate Show — display, exhibit
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The YUNiversity 10h
Pulchritude [PUHL-kri-tood] (n.) physical beauty Jo was envious of Bonnibel’s *pulchritude*. 👸🕶️
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biblewords 7h
Halt - lame, crippled in the feet (Mt 18:8 )
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English Grammar Jun 9
Words related to "ability"
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biblewords 4h
Fillet - an ornamental band around the top of a pillar, a thin band or strip (Exodus 27:10 )
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Marie Vonow 2h
How do new words come about?
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D Versatile Verser Jun 14
So I decided to start a 360-day to improve my/our English Day 8 Chicanery-i. (noun) the use of deception or subterfuge to achieve one's purpose -Storylines packed with political chicanery
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Teacher Solutions 40m
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中林 正希 13h
(When I talking about favorite things) (in that situation , I can speak fluently , just a little) . 『So』『By the way』『And』『or』『but』 『in my opinion』『maybe』『perhaps』 (I'm trying to increase my English little by little)
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ESL Library 1h
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Alexander Lopatin 11h
I guessed a winner of the match. I'm afraid to guess who will come yet to our party today. : guess (verb)
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Nirmala Pandya 21h
wheel by Kaitlin Robbs Find your and define it
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English Daily⚡ Jun 15
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Alan J. Orton 16h
When a person talks about having “two choices” or “three choices”, they don’t they only have ONE choice and a number of options
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Elite Prep 10h
Prolix (adj.) wordy and tedious
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BBC Learning English 13h
📱Is talking on the phone embarrassing?📱 It is for Rob, as you can see here...📱📱📱 To hear a discussion about the subject and learn new vocabulary, click here
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The English Nut 23h
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