Month: July 2019

  • EXPRESSING PREFERENCE, part 1 Prefer

    Whether it be chocolate ice cream over other flavors, or getting going first thing in the morning as opposed to…

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  • HURRY UP AND WAIT

    HURRY UP AND WAIT means take some action quickly, only to be halted at the next step in the process.…

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  • EXPRESSING PREFERENCE, part 2 Would Prefer

    If you have a preference for something, you would like to have or do that thing rather than something else.…

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  • EXCITING

    EXCITING means arousing excitement, a feeling or situation full of joy, exhilaration, or upheaval; creating or arousing uncontrolled emotion; stirring;…

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  • SCARFS and SCARVES

    A SCARF is a length of fabric you wrap around your neck or drape across the shoulders of your coat…

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  • EXPRESSING PREFERENCE, part 3 Would Rather

    If you have a strong liking for something, you have a preference for it. You might have a preference for…

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  • Beginning Sounds

    To read English successfully, children must learn to turn the words they see in a text into sounds, and make…

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  • MUSTN’T and CAN’T

    As modals of prohibition, MUSTN’T and CAN’T are both used to show that something is forbidden, prohibited or not allowed.…

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  • SURE

    SURE, when used as an affirmation informally, can mean yes, okay, just so, naturally, of course, sure thing, etc. It…

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  • NAME THAT PERSON!

    What do you call a person who serves customers and sells items in a retail store? “We’ve got openings for…

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