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Learn English 714876140835074064 - Advance your English vocabulary and sound more natural with one simple strategy: avoid using the word very. Instead, use more powerful adjectives to help you express exactly what you want in English. Advanced Vocabulary, Advanced English Vocabulary, English Vocabulary Words, Learn English Words, English Phrases, Grammar And Vocabulary, English Grammar, Quotes In English, Phonetics English

Avoid Using 'Very' to Sound More Powerful & Interesting in English

Learn how to avoid using very and use stronger, more powerful words instead. You'll be able to express what you want more easily and sound more natural.

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Truepenny definition, a trusty, honest fellow. See more.

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Learn lots of Halloween vocabulary words in this advanced English vocabulary + listening post for ESL students! You'll get 10 advanced English dictations, and the solutions are full of vocabulary with visual vocab cards! Fluent English, Learn English Grammar, Learn English Words, English Language Learning, Teaching English, Teaching Spanish, Spanish Language, French Language, Advanced English Vocabulary

Spooky English Listening Practice: 10 Eerie Dictations + Heaps of Halloween Words - nextstepenglish.com

As Halloween approaches, ghouls and goblins haunt the alleyways, and spooky words keep cropping up in conversation. Practice your English listening skills and learn heaps of eerie words with these 10 short Halloween dictations for ESL students! Boo! Related: 20 mini-dictations using phrasal verbs with ‘take’ HALLOWEEN WORDS: English Dictation 1 […]

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Heebie-jeebies definition, a condition of extreme nervousness caused by fear, worry, strain, etc.; the jitters; the willies (usually preceded by the): Just thinking about ghosts gives me the heebie-jeebies. See more.

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Difference Between Semantics and Pragmatics - Pediaa.Com

The main difference between semantics and pragmatics is that the semantics studies the meaning of words and their meaning within sentences whereas the pragmatics studies the same words and meanings but with emphasis on their context as well.

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Two years ago I wrote a blog post entitled: "What's Memes Got To Do With It?" which summarized key points of Dr. Alan G. Kamhi's 2004 article: "A Meme's Eye

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Here We Go! More Stepper Questions Answered 🤗 (+ 45 Bonus Vocab Words!) - nextstepenglish.com

I love getting to know you guys, and I love letting you get to know me, too! A few of you asked me some personal questions recently on Twitter, so we’re back for another round of Stepper Questions Answered! But, you guessed it, there’s more to this post than personal questions and answers. Learn […]

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