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Binominal ExpressionsπŸ€“

πŸ’  sick and tired πŸ’ 

πŸ”Έ to be angry or bored with something that has been happening for a long time

I'm sick and tired of your excuses

πŸ’  more or less πŸ’ 

πŸ”Έ mostly, approximately, almost

It's 250 kilos, more or less

πŸ’  give and take πŸ’ 

πŸ”Έ possibly a little more or less than the amount or time mentioned

It costs 100$, give and take

πŸ’  pros and cons πŸ’ 

πŸ”Έ advantages and disadvantages

Each technology has its pros and cons

πŸ’  short and sweet πŸ’ 

πŸ”Έ surprisingly short but pleasant

This morning's meeting was short and sweet

πŸ’  soon or later πŸ’ 

πŸ”Έ at some time in the future

Don't worry, soon or later your cat will come home

πŸ’  by and large πŸ’ 

πŸ”Έ generally

By and large, the people of this state arent happy with the governor's policies

πŸ’  now and then πŸ’ 

πŸ”Έ from time to time

We go to the library now and then, but not as often we should

πŸ’  on and off πŸ’ 

πŸ”Έ happening or existing some of the time

I've had toothache on and off for a couple of months


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⚜ Go before ⚜
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πŸ“š Grammar for IELTS

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#Cambridge #Grammar #IELTS
#Book #self_study

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πŸ“š Grammar for IELTS

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πŸ€Get the wrong end of the stick

πŸŒ€ Meaning:-
〽️ To understand a situation completely wrongly.

πŸŒ€ Usage:-
〽️ I got the wrong end of the stick. I thought she was gossiping about me.
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πŸ†” @EnglishPara πŸ’₯
⚠️ The Differences between Who & Whom

πŸ”° According to the rules of formal grammar, who should be used in the subject position in a sentence, while whom should be used in the object position, and also after a preposition.


πŸ”” Examples πŸ””

πŸ”˜ Who made this decision? [here, who is the subject of the sentence]

πŸ”˜ Whom do you think we should support? [here, whom is the object of support]
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. ⚜ Grammar Lesson ⚜

πŸ”Š Except vs Except for πŸ”Š

We use except(for) to introduce the only thing(s)or person/ people that a statement does not include:

πŸ”” Examples πŸ””

πŸ”…The price of the holiday includes all meals except(for) lunch.

πŸ”…Everyone seemed to have been invited except for Mrs wood Ford and me.

πŸ”…I had no money to give him except (for)the few coins in my picket.

πŸ”» Note: we use except,not except for, with to-infinitives,and that-clauses:

πŸ”” Examples πŸ””

πŸ”…I really need to go into the city center except to do some shopping.

πŸ“ We usually use except before prepositions,bare infinitives,and that-clauses including those where the word that is left out. However,informally except for is something also used,although this is grammatically incorrect:

πŸ”” Examples πŸ””

πŸ”…There is likely to be rain everywhere today except in wale.

πŸ”…There is nothing more the doctor can do except keep an eye on him.

πŸ”…They look just like the real thing,except (that) they are made of plastic.
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Alice's Adventures in Wonderland

Level: beginner
Stage 2 (700 headwords)

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#Oxford #bookworms #Book #pdf #Novel #Lewis_Carrol
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Alice's Adventures in Wonderland

Level: beginner
Stage 2 (700 headwords)

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#Oxford #bookworms #Book #pdf #Novel #Lewis_Carrol
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Little Women
By Louisa May Alcott

Level: Intermediate~Advanced
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#Book #pdf #Novel #Louisa_may_Alcott
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Little Women.pdf
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Little Women
By Louisa May Alcott

Level: Intermediate~Advanced
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πŸ’  About to

βœ”οΈ Be about to do (something)
🟣 For talking about the immediate future

🌻 Example:
β–ͺ️ The film is about to start.

πŸ“Œ About to is not a tense. It is a special structure that we use to talk about the immediate future. If you are about to do something, you are going to do it very soon.

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#about_to #phrase #Subject
#Verb #present_simple
#past_simple #future_simple
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AlizΓ©e - La Isla Bonita

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πŸŽ™ Alizee La isla bonita Lyrics πŸŽ™

Last night I dreamed of San Pedro
Just like I'd never gone, I knew the song
A young girl with eyes like the desert
It all seems like yesterday, not far away

Tropical the island breeze
All of nature wild and free
This is where I love to be
La isla bonita
And when the samba played
The sun would set so high
Ring through my ears and sting my eyes
Your Spanish lullaby

I fell in love with San Pedro
Warm wind carried on the sea, he called to me
Te dijo te amo
I prayed that the days would last
They went so fast

Tropical the island breeze
All of nature wild and free
This is where I love to be
La isla bonita
And when the samba played
The sun would set so high
Ring through my ears and sting my eyes
Your Spanish lullaby
I want to be where the sun warms the sky
When it's time for siesta you can watch them go by
Beautiful faces, no cares in this world
Where a girl loves a boy, and a boy 
Loves a girl

Last night I dreamt of San Pedro
It all seems like yesterday, not far away

Tropical the island breeze
All of nature wild and free
This is where I love to be
La isla bonita
And when the samba played
The sun would set so high
Ring through my ears and sting my eyes
Your Spanish lullaby

Tropical the island breeze
All of nature wild and free
This is where I love to be
La isla bonita
And when the samba played
The sun would set so high
Ring through my ears and sting my eyes
Your Spanish lullaby

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#Lyrics #Alizee #la_Isla_Bonita
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🌊 Commonly used expressions


πŸ’§To make sure =to ascertain, to be sure, to make certain.
πŸ’₯ Could you make sure of the time? Δ° don't want to miss that TV show.

πŸ’§now and then= occasionally, sometimes ,now and again, from time to time, off and on, at times
πŸ’₯ Tom gets a cold once in a while

πŸ’§to get rid of= to remove,to discard, to eliminate
πŸ’₯ The stain was so bad that Tom finally had to get rid of his shirt.

πŸ’§every other (one), every second (one)= alternative (ones)
πŸ’₯ We play tennis with friends every other Sunday.

πŸ’§first-rate= excellent, superb
πŸ’₯ Five star hotel provides first-rate service to its guests.

πŸ’§to go with= to match, to compare well in color or design , to date
πŸ’₯Rida went with Richard for six months ,but now she is going out with new boyfriend.

πŸ’§to mix up = to stir or shake well, to confuse, to bewilder
πŸ’₯ You should mix up the ingredients well before you out them in the pan.

πŸ’§see about = to give attention or time to
πŸ’₯Who is going to see about getting us a larger room for the meeting.
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🐟 More fish in the seaπŸ”Έ

πŸ”Ή Used to tell someone whose relationship has ended that there are many other people they could have a relationship withπŸ”Έ

πŸ”” Example πŸ””
πŸ”Ή I know he left you but don't worry. There are plenty more fish in the seaπŸ”ΈπŸ”Ή
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πŸ“Ή English Pronunciation Training

πŸ‘… Improve Your Accent & Speak Clearly

πŸ”Ί Lesson by Emma
πŸ‡¦πŸ‡Ί Accent: Australian
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#Tongue #Accent #Pronunciation
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❇️ 10 Alternatives to "I don't like it"

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