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Real Life - Monday
Have you ever seen someone stranded on the side of the road? Maybe it’s because the car ran out of ga...
Real Life - Friday
You’re standing in the open door of an airplane. The wind is blowing hard and your legs are shaking. ...
Slang - Thursday
Real Life - Wednesday
What do you think about when you look at the moon? For some people, it’s a religious symbol. Others l...
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Eavesdropping - Monday
Dating one of your friends can be confusing. Even if you’re both available and attracted to each othe...
Eavesdropping - Friday
Devan and Marni used to be great friends. They used to hang out and talk about their personal lives. But th...
Real Life - Thursday
Generally, Americans are not all that comfortable with nudity. While advertisements in Europe feature tople...
Eavesdropping - Wednesday
A good business person stays cool even when times are tough. But it’s hard to resist taking out your ...
Movies - Tuesday
Rock stars are famous for behaving badly. In fact, you almost can’t call yourself a rock star at all ...
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Keeping a Journal
Keeping a journal, or diary, can be a great way to document your life. Many people use a journal as a place...
It seems pretty obvious that motorcycles are more dangerous than cars. In fact, in the U.S., motorcycle rid...
Halloween is a holiday that celebrates all things spooky, from witches and ghosts to full moons. But wait. ...
Organic, organic, organic. Everybody wants to grow, sell, or buy organic. We’re hearing the message loud an...
Robert Pattinson & Kristen Stewart: In Love?
It’s always exciting when movie co-stars fall in love and have an off-screen romance. It’s like...
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Idioms and Slang
What is "slang," who uses it in your own culture (e.g., male, female, young, middle-aged, old, etc.), and what examples can you think of ...
All new verbs in English are regular. I photocopied the report. She faxed it to me. They emailed everybody about it. I googled my name and go...
A "decade" is a period of 10 years (in the same way that a "century" is a period of 100 years). There are other words that star...
when you say "now" in direct speech it becomes "then" in the indirect speech for eg:-" I have to see my friend now"sh...