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Real Life - Friday
Does your country have a national pastime? For the United States, it is the game of baseball. People sit in...
Slang - Thursday
Real Life - Wednesday
Have you ever been betrayed? How did you feel? You probably had hurt feelings. Maybe, your best friend told...
Eavesdropping - Tuesday
Sometimes, a project or activity can drive you crazy. Maybe, you are trying to write an essay for school, b...
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Real Life - Friday
These days, when it comes to communication, faster is better. We love email and text messaging because they...
Real Life - Thursday
We all get sick sometimes. And being sick is often inconvenient. We wake up with a fever or the stomach flu...
Eavesdropping - Wednesday
Do you always fall in love with the same type of person? For example, some women love bad boys. They like t...
Music - Tuesday
You’ve probably heard the song “Crazy.” It’s not just on the radio, it’s ever...
Real Life - Monday
Shyness can be misleading. A shy person might seem unfriendly. In class, teachers sometimes think that the ...
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Food brings people together like nothing else. It’s something we all have in common, since everybody ...
A furry friend can bring a lot of joy into your life. Or it can bring a lot of chaos. It all depends on wha...
So you meet a great person that you want to date, but there’s just one catch: he or she lives in anot...
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Idioms and Slang
when some one wants to explain about the knoWledge of someone about somthing that is too little would use this: "(someone) + dont(doesnt) know , a...
The correct answer is "3." "Who's" is short for "Who is.""Whose" is used to describe items that belong to someone.According to the questio...
In a few sentences both means (( such as)) But (( such )) Comes before noun or adjective nouns. example :she &...
Idioms and Slang
Baseball is traditionally known as America's national pastime. It is part of the American spirit. Even the President gets involved and is asked...
Direction : ask and answer about your question. Example : John : are you going to eat dinner at home tonight...
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