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Real Life - Friday
Do you have good balance? What about your coordination? It takes both to ride a unicycle. If you’re w...
Slang - Thursday
Real Life - Wednesday
No one likes sitting in traffic, waiting to move little by little on a long highway. But millions of people...
Eavesdropping - Tuesday
A person’s job is a funny thing. It’s vitally important, because having a job allows us to buy ...
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Real Life - Friday
Spending time in the sunshine feels great. But if you spend too much time in the bright sun and don’t...
Real Life - Thursday
When two of your friends break up, it can be hard to remain close with both of them. Instead of hanging out...
Slang - Wednesday
Music - Tuesday
Fans of the rock band Guns N’Roses finally have a reason to celebrate. After 17 long years in the stu...
Real Life - Monday
Did you know there’s one trick that can make you happier almost instantly? It’s called gratitud...
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Even kids need weekends. But just like adults sometimes have to work on Saturday, many children go to Sunda...
Five o’clock might be the happiest hour of the day. It’s when most people are done working. At ...
If you live somewhere that’s warm all year, all you have to worry about is getting too tan or letting...
Selfies. Why the big fuss? They’re a fun way to show people where you’ve been and who you’...
What’s scary about flowers? Nothing, unless you happen to suffer from anthophobia, a fear of flowers....
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When we learn a language, there are four skills that we need for complete communication. When we learn our native language, we usually learn to lis...
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...
InfinitiveSimple PastPast ParticiplePpartakepartookpartakenpaypaidpaidpleadpleaded / pledpleaded / pledprebuildprebuiltprebuiltpredopredidpr...
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...