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Compound adjectives to describe a person: Absent-minded Bad-tempered Big-headed Big-hearted Broad-shouldered Easy-going
24 Compound Adjectives to Describe a Person - My Lingua Academy
Compound adjectives to describe a person: Absent-minded Bad-tempered Big-headed Big-hearted Broad-shouldered Easy-going
The + adjective, for a group of homeless people we can say the homeless and for the group of young people, we can say the young.
The + Adjective - My Lingua Academy
The + adjective, for a group of homeless people we can say the homeless and for the group of young people, we can say the young.
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Child's bedroom 'monster' was 60,000 bees
Breaking News English Lessons: Easy English World News Materials - ESL
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7 Helpful Idioms For Beautiful Scenery
7 Helpful Idioms For Beautiful Scenery - LillyPad.ai
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15 Words that Come from Names and Nicknames
What if your nickname became a dictionary entry?
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Learning English - The English We Speak - Butter up
Learning English - The English We Speak - Butter up
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Compound Adjectives - My Lingua Academy
Compound Adjectives - My Lingua Academy
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Understanding Sentence Fragments (Grammar) - English Current
Understanding Sentence Fragments (Grammar) - English Current
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21 Common Present Perfect Questions in English
Have you heard of...? One of the most common "Have you ever...?" or "Have you...?" questions is "Have you (ever) heard of...?" This question is asking if you are familiar with someone or something. Sometimes, we give more information after the question is asked, as in the examples below. You can answer the questions with "Yes, I have," or "No, I haven't." Expand on your answer if you have heard of the subjects below. Have you heard of the artist named Banksy? He does a lot of stuff with graffi
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Words that Express Modality - My Lingua Academy
Words that express modality: Certain/certainly Clear/clearly Definite/definitely Essential/essentially Necessary/necessarily Obvious/obviously
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Collocations Related to Sleeping and Dreaming - My Lingua Academy
Here is another lesson to teach you natural expressions. In today's lesson, we will be learning collocations related to sleeping and dreaming
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English Grammar Topics
English grammar topics: explanations + tests: English4Today
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English idioms - alphabetical list C2
English idioms - alphabetical list C2 | Learn English Today
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C2 (advanced / proficient) English idioms + TEST -
Learn 10 C2 (advanced / proficient) level idioms that will help you sound more like a native speaker. Video lesson and test included!