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  • Triplets

    Real Life - Tuesday

    Triplets

    New babies are a lot of work. They always need something: a clean diaper, more food, someone to hold them. ...

  • blown away

    Slang - Monday

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  • Tiny Pancakes

    Real Life - Friday

    Tiny Pancakes

    We have so many great breakfast foods. Some people like their breakfasts both sweet and savory, so they eat...

  • chemistry

    Slang - Thursday

    chemistry

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flashy

What does "flashy" mean?

  • present a challenge
  • bright and colorful; very noticeable; standing out
  • area where people walk, area designed to allow many people to walk

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    nitty gritty

    Slang - Tuesday

    nitty gritty

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    Advanced Degrees

    Real Life - Monday

    Advanced Degrees

    Most students in the U.S. will complete four years at university and find a job when they’re finished...

  • Hobbies

    Nesting

    Real Life - Friday

    Nesting

    Nesting is known as something many pregnant women do. When you want to nest, you want to get your house rea...

  • Friend

    Stereotypes

    Real Life - Thursday

    Stereotypes

    There are many different types of people in the world. Where we live and what we look like makes us special...

  • Romance

    A Miracle

    Eavesdropping - Wednesday

    A Miracle English, baby! Video Lesson

    When things get really bad, even people who aren’t very religious will often find themselves praying....

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  • First Conditional

    Tattling

    Tattling

    In the criminal world, someone who tattles to the police is known as a rat or a snitch. In school, a kid is...

  • Present Perfect Tense

    Broken Bones

    Broken Bones

    If you’re someone who is accident-prone, chances are you’ve broken a bone or two in your lifeti...

  • First Conditional

    Grounded

    Grounded English, baby! Video Lesson

    Discipline is one of hardest parts of parenting. You don’t want to be mean, but you have to make sure...

  • Conjunctions

    Dorm Food

    Dorm Food

    If you are a university student, you probably spend a lot of time on campus. You go to classes. You go to t...

  • Count and Noncount Nouns

    Jewelry for Guys

    Jewelry for Guys

    Most guys aren’t very interested in fashion, at least according to stereotype. But maybe they’d...

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  • how much some one could bee puzzled

    Idioms and Slang

    how much some one could bee puzzled

    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  difference between  so  and  such?

    the difference between so and such?

    In a few sentences  both means   (( such as)) But (( such )) Comes before noun  or   adjective   nouns. example :she &...

  • Who's or Whose (Grammar)

    Grammar

    Who's or Whose (Grammar)

    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...

  • quite and rather

    Grammar

    quite and rather

    Quite=less  than  (very) but  more  than ( a little ): Example ; I’m surprised  you haven’t  heard ...

  • Learn English Online

    Conversational English

    Learn English Online

    Learn English Online with teacher Bienne.I handle Beginner, Intermediate and Advanced Level students.I teach Listening comprehension, conversation,...

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