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Real Life - Wednesday
It happens to everyone: You write a great letter, application, or paper for school. You’re really pro...
Eavesdropping - Tuesday
The verb “pitch” has many meanings. It can refer to the throwing of a baseball. When you put a ...
Real Life - Monday
There’s a brand new Star Trek movie out, and it’s sure to be a summer blockbuster. In Star Trek: Into Darkn...
Real Life - Friday
Waiting in line is just part of life. We endure lines at the grocery store, on the freeway, for the bathroo...
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Slang - Wednesday
Real Life - Tuesday
Basketball superstar LeBron James recently said that he takes a nap every day. And if he does it, shouldn...
Real Life - Monday
With bookstores closing all over the US, some believe it’s the death of the book. But that doesn̵...
Movies - Friday
What’s funny about terminal illness? Uh, well, you’ll have to watch the new comedy Funny People...
Music - Thursday
It’s like a dream come true. One of the biggest bands in the world makes an album and says you can ha...
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Sacha Baron Cohen’s humor walks the line between hilarious and offensive. In his last movie, Borat, C...
There’s just something about black and white that makes everything look classier, isn’t there? ...
Lily Allen is the kind of star who’s not afraid to swear at Elton John if she feels like it. Seriousl...
When the Eiffel Tower was first built, many Parisians hated it and called it an eyesore. Today, it is a fam...
Q&A with Hutch from the Thermals
The Thermals are an American pop punk trio, and as catchy as their music is, the world portrayed in the lyr...
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I personally love robots. So I am going to show you a video and teach you two words.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xqMVg5ixhd01. evolution (進化; 演化...
English: baby sitting, house sitting, pet sitting.Let's see the above three vocabulary words. They have a common part, "sitting," expressing t...
TOEFL, IELTS, Cambridge
IELTS Speaking Part 2 Topic - tourism If you ever have to give a short speech in English this lesson will help you get throug...
Instructions: Describe the picture.By describing the picture you will be able to make use of English in a sentence.It's fun!
Here are some useful vocabulary about body parts...