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Vocabulary: Funny Words

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A list of 120 funny sounding English words, along with brief definitions, that helps improve your vocabulary...

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all the best meaning | idioMeanings.com

all the best meaning | idioMeanings.com | Hills Daily Reading | Scoop.it
(verb) goodbye Example Sentences: Student 1: I am going back to Brazil. Student 2: I am going back to Korea. Student 1: Good luck to you!

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English Idioms and Idiomatic Expressions - UsingEnglish.com

English Idioms and Idiomatic Expressions - UsingEnglish.com | Hills Daily Reading | Scoop.it
A reference of 3,623 English idioms and idiomatic expressions with definitions.

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HILLS TOEFL-How to Practice TOEFL Speaking

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When asked about good ways to practice speaking, many people's default answer is to find a language partner—someone you can meet with, whether online, on the phone, or in person, to practice English conversation and ...
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Improve your speaking skills for the Toefl exam

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English 4ever: FALSE FRIENDS vs. GOOD FRIENDS

Oto najczęściej mylone w znaczeniu słowa, tzw. false friends: affair - to nie afera, ale romans (afera - scandal) baton - to nie baton, ale batuta (baton - snack) camera - to nie kamera, ale aparat fotograficzny (kamera ...

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Transliteria: How to Translate an Idiom?

Transliteria: How to Translate an Idiom? | Hills Daily Reading | Scoop.it
Idioms are like metaphors; their meaning is hidden, and you need to know what idea the whole idiom carries because dissecting it into words and trying to work out their meaning will not give you any clue.

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HILLS 301-Role of confidence in speaking and learning English language

HILLS 301-Role of confidence in speaking and learning English language | Hills Daily Reading | Scoop.it
Role of confidence in speaking and learning English,With the help of this story of Flanks Martin, you will find the role of confidence in speaking English. (Role of confidence in speaking and learning English language....
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Hills 101-Improve your Vocabulary(BG LEVEL)

Hills 101-Improve your Vocabulary(BG LEVEL) | Hills Daily Reading | Scoop.it
When a student knows the correct answer but cannot show it, sometimes it's the formal language of academic vocabulary that gets in the way. Sometimes the problem is a word that has multiple meanings, as the following true stories show.
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How to find the right words to improve your vocabulary : BG LEVEL

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