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Arthur Reeves Aug 23
I went on a trawl through last year's exam papers to identify the Tier 2 and 3 words pupils would face. Quite a range! Hope this might be useful.
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BBC Learning English Aug 21
“I _____ got any answers correct, because the exam was so _____!” a) hard / hardly b) hardly/ hard 👉 Help here:
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BBC Learning English Aug 19
Learn the difference between 'because' and 'because of' Here's a language table to help you .
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Elite Prep Aug 23
Ostensible (adj.) outwardly appearing as such
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Elite Prep 21h
Reprehensible (adj.) deserving to be severely criticized
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The YUNiversity Aug 22
Tenacious [tuh-NEY-shuhs] (adj.) persistent, firm; unshakeable You can’t stop the *tenacious* shinobi. 💪🍥
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BBC Learning English Aug 22
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BBC Learning English Aug 23
French President Emmanuel has said the record number of in the is an "international crisis" that needs to top the agenda at this weekend's summit. Here's some if you want to discuss this story.
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BBC Learning English Aug 23
Have you ever been blamed for something you didn't do? How do you explain it's not your fault? Use this to avoid being the scapegoat! Find more useful phrases here:
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Elite Prep Aug 22
Attest (v.) to give evidence that something is true or genuine
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Elite Prep Aug 18
Glutton (n.) one who eats too much
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BBC Learning English Aug 22
Do you find yourself saying ‘and’ all the time when you are listing things or linking sentences? Here are some that will help you improve your . More cards here:
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Interactive English Aug 21
She's going to _____ her father. 😉👍 ( = to look like or be like someone) a) take by b) take up c) take after
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The YUNiversity Aug 19
Word Root: –cide (kill) - patricide (father) - matricide (mother) - fratricide (brother) - sororicide (sister) - regicide (king) 🤴🏻
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grammartips Aug 23
Vocabulary tip! Nouns of foreign origin often have irregular plurals: You can have many *data* or one *datum*. You can see many *vortices* or one *vortex*. You can eat many *sashimi* or one *sashimus*.
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koorbuddy 13h
or bust - (chiefly US, informal) Used to indicate one's intention to do everything possible to achieve a goal, with failure being the only alternative. - phrase
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biblewords Aug 23
Dearth - a drought, famine, no harvest (Gen 41:54 )
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MasterKey English Aug 24
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BBC Learning English Aug 23
😎Your friends will think the of you when you impress them with these phrases!🌎 Practise them here: #
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The YUNiversity Aug 22
Lugubrious 😭 [loo-GOO-bree-uhs] (adj.) sad and mournful, esp. in an exaggerated or ridiculous way We’re not gonna lie: seeing Luffy and Usopp’s *lugubrious* reactions often make us laugh.
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