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  • Chopped

    Real Life - Friday


    You have butter, Rice Krispies, steak, and seaweed. What are you going to make for dinner? Can you make som...

  • peak

    Slang - Thursday


  • Divorce

    Real Life - Wednesday


    When we’re young, we expect that our parents will be together forever. Unfortunately, this isn’...

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    Real Life - Tuesday

    Ice Skating

    Triple axel, backspin, sow cow. These words sound like another language, but actually, they’re all na...

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  • impressed by it; interested in it
  • short, clever jokes
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  • Hobbies

    Emilia Clarke

    Real Life - Friday

    Emilia Clarke

    Game of Thrones has made many people famous. Emilia Clarke, a British actress, became very well known after...

  • Friend


    Slang - Thursday


  • Romance

    Marni Doesn't Like Him Like That

    Eavesdropping - Wednesday

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    Marni and Beren haven’t seen each other in a little while so they’re doing a little catching up...

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    Cliff Notes

    Slang - Tuesday

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    Have you ever gotten close to a celebrity you admired? Maybe you’ve been waiting for hours to get an ...

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    Haunted Houses

    Haunted Houses

    Today is a very popular holiday in the United States. It’s Halloween! On Halloween, people wear costumes. T...

  • Direct vs. Reported Speech

    Dinner Parties

    Dinner Parties

    You’ve invited the right number of people. You know exactly what you’re going to cook. You̵...

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    Everybody thinks about being famous in one way or another. Maybe you think it would be cool to be a profess...

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    Whether you love movies, glamorous celebrity fashion, or watching hilarious hosts tell jokes, there is no e...

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    One Direction

    One Direction

    The boy band One Direction is an English-Irish group of singers who met at the singing competition “T...

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  • how much some one could bee puzzled

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    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...

  • Who's or Whose (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...

  • 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 &...

  • quite and rather


    quite and rather

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

  • Learn English Online

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    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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