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Anglish Humor. Sentence In the courtroom

  • August 5, 2016
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We continue discovering our special comic strips by our friend Mike Franklin! The main idea is to find a lot of fun and amusement in the British English humor, so don’t let your guard down! Try to transform the text to the needed one and guess the primary meaning. After we’ll discuss the secondary meaning we get…

Anglish Humor. Part 2

  • August 1, 2016
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They say that it’s enough to know 500 words to be able to speak English, and to exchange the information. Do you think it’s true? Meantime more than 500 words in an English Dictionary can have a different meaning if they are used in another written or spoken context. This fact can be embarrassing or…

Verbs and their prepositions. Exercises

  • July 27, 2016
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Today we’ve studied (revised for some of my students) the verbs and their prepositions. What I want you to do is to learn this grammar. The best way to remember something is to apply a new knowledge to the work (homework in our case.) I wish you good luck, and attention while doing the exercises….

Anglish humour

  • July 26, 2016
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Let me introduce you to a new grammar.net partner: a great, surely handsome, and super fun writer! He’s an old wine, and` the more aged the wine is, the tastier is the amusement (after drinking it, of course). Why do I call him old? We all know that President of America, Mr Franklin who was…

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