Household Chores: Making the bed

Household Chores: Making the bed

Household Chores: Washing the dishes or Doing the dishes

Household Chores: Washing the dishes or Doing the dishes

Household Chores: Review 2

Household Chores: Review 2

Household Chores: Sweeping the floor, Mopping the floor, Vacuuming the floor

Household Chores: Sweeping the floor, Mopping the floor, Vacuuming the floor

Vocabulary: Job Interviews and Resumes - Attain

Vocabulary: Job Interviews and Resumes - Attain

Modal Verbs: Requests - Could

Modal Verbs: Requests - Could

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The Differences between Formal & Informal Language

"10 Onomatopoeic Words"

10 Photos of Onomotopia: words that are read to sound like the way you hear them in the real world, and an extremely difficult English Language concept to interpret to the Deaf.

Other ways to say: Funny

Other ways to say: Funny

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Collocaations with Have

"Checker" means a cashier in a supermarket. Example: Look at the long line in this market! They need more checkers.

"Checker" means a cashier in a supermarket. Example: Look at the long line in this market!

Speechyard. See eye to eye ...One or more agree on same matter

See eye to eye .One or more agree on same matter

Expression: Last-ditch effort

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Idioms in movies: Things are looking up ("Home Alone

Collocations with Strong

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