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Cat idioms homework

  • August 9, 2016
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Congratulations! Today we’re going to do our homework. I know you missed it. You have the same idioms that we studied yesterday; you understand their definitions and the context where to use them, so it’s going to be easy for you. Insert the needed phrases in the blanks from the yesterday’s list: Trust us. You…

Animal Idioms: Cats

  • August 8, 2016
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Idioms about Cats. Today we’re going to start the new set of animal idioms. If you don’t mind, I’ll begin with cats being a cat-loving person. Don’t worry: the next post will be about dog’s idioms. Look through the list of the phrases below, study them carefully. Do you recognize your cat in some examples?…

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…

Add fun to your English classes

  • August 4, 2016
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How do you think, how much fun should be present in school classes? Definitely, there shouldn’t be an uncontrolled circus at school, though the teacher has to be creative and be able to keep in check all the supernatural activities of his students all in one. Meanwhile, he should organize the life in his classroom based on…

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