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Marketing and malapropisms in Anglish Humor

  • September 5, 2016
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Again we discuss malapropisms, homonyms, and again we laugh together from the English language and with the English speakers. As usual, Monday is the first working day and the first smiling day! Do you know anything about the buying and selling business? Today we’ll discover new information thanks to Mike Franklin. We’ll visit the shops…

Homework: Rats and Mice Idioms

Hey there! I hope that you’ve had a good time this weekend! Today is our first working day. Are you ready for more homework today? Previously we’ve learned the idioms about Rats and Mice. This day we’re working on the revision of our new idioms that you’re supposed to look through and remember. The more…

Mice and Rats: Idioms

  • September 2, 2016
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What are idioms by the way? When do we use them? The idiom is a phrase in which the meaning has little or nothing to do with the literal text. There are lots of idioms in every language and in English in particular. The more people are connected to one of the domains the more…

Do you have a great sense of humor?

  • September 1, 2016
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Good morning/ afternoon/ evening! I wish you the best school days! September is the best month to remember that you study English. Though school time is not the best of the best, there still will be comic strips by Mike Franklin with grammar.net. Today we’ll discover not only the malapropisms but the homonyms that sound completely the…

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