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    FOR vs. SINCE The difference between FOR and SINCE in English. Complete English lesson with more details and examples here:

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  2. NEW CHART: Musical Instruments The names of musical instruments in English (Chart 2 of 2) See our list of musical instruments here:

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  3. English Word of the Day: apparatus (noun): the technical equipment needed for a particular activity or purpose. English Word of the Day Example: The firemen had to wear breathing apparatus to enter the burning building.

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  5. NEW CHART: Musical Instruments The names of musical instruments in English (Chart 1 of 2) Video about this coming today... See our list of musical instruments here:

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  6. English Word of the Day: appalled (adjective): greatly horrified; feeling or showing horror or disgust at something unpleasant or wrong. English Word of the Day Example: We were appalled by how the factory was contaminating the environment.

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  7. English Word of the Day: app (noun): a piece of software that you can download to a device (phone/tablet) to perform a task. APP is an abbreviation of APPLICATION. English Word of the Day Example: Do you have an app on your phone to help you learn English?

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  8. Woodward English Quiz 14 He is a _____ intelligent boy.

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  9. WOTD: apostrophe (noun): the mark -> ‘ <- that is used to show that one or more letters (or numbers) have been left our. It can also show that something belongs to somebody. E.G. Some people mistakenly use an apostrophe S thinking it makes a noun plural. This is NOT correct.

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  11. English Word of the Day: apologize (verb): to say that you are sorry for doing something wrong or for causing a problem. English Word of the Day Example: Why don’t you just apologize to her for what you did?

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  12. Dec 6

    |🇬🇧 🤔When someone or something is in a place where they cannot be hurt or damaged, they are OUT OF HARM'S ...

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  14. English Word of the Day: apolitical (adjective): not interested or involved in politics; not connected with a political party. English Word of the Day Example: Even though her parents are involved in local government, she is apolitical.

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  15. English Conversation Question 156 *** What has been the best invention of the last 50 years? *** Let us know in the comments

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  16. English Word of the Day: apocalypse (noun): the complete and final destruction of the world; an event involving destruction on a catastrophic scale. English Word of the Day Example: Civilization is on the brink of a climatic apocalypse.

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  18. English Word of the Day: ape (noun): a large animal like a monkey, but without a tail. English Word of the Day Example: Gorillas, chimpanzees, and orangutans are examples of apes.

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  19. NEW VIDEO: Where are you? English Practice (Rooms in a house) In this English lesson we practice the question WHERE ARE YOU? using rooms in a house in the response. We use TO BE + IN + THE (ROOM)

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  20. English Word of the Day: apathetic (adjective): showing or feeling no interest, enthusiasm, or concern. English Word of the Day Example: The illness made him apathetic and uninterested in talking to people.

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