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“Meeting The First Time” English Grammar

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How To Say “Goodbye” in English?

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What are nouns?

2,000 American English Noun Flashcards

What is a Noun? Grammar Review A noun is just one of “The Eight Parts” of the English language. A noun is the name of a person, place, thing or idea. ARead More…

Phrasal Verbs

Common Phrases in English

Idiomatic Phrases in Everyday English In the most extreme cases, there are expressions such as X kicks the bucket ≈ ‘person X dies of natural causes, the speaker being flippant about X’sRead More…

Business English Larisa

Business English Video Tutorial

Grammar video Business English is essential for every learner of a second language. Your job is important enough to make sure you know the right terms and phrases in business English. LearnRead More…

English phrases idioms Larisa

English phrases and idioms

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American English Phrasal verbs

English Phrasal Verbs

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State and action verbs

State and Action Verbs

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