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A woman: I've lost my precious jewelry. A thief broke into my house last night. [Sad mood]
Neighbor 1: I'm sorry to hear that. Actually, I passed by your house and saw someone jumping the fence of your house last night.
A woman: Really, why didn't you tell me? [Annoyed mood]
Neighbor 1: I'm sorry, I was in a hurry. I thought he was just doing an…Continue
Good morning, everyone! :)
Borrowing the quote from Adaline, "Knowledge has no value unless we use and share it", I would like to discuss about grammar.
In this session, I will discuss 'Causative Verb'. From my observation, it is one of the grammatical mistakes commonly made by learners here. Please just ask OR tell me if you have any…Continue
to call up - to phone;
to call on - to visit a person;
to call off - to cancel;
to call for - to come somewhere in order to get someone or something;
to call down - to…Continue
My dear friends! Today I am posting one more blog related to the Phrasal Verbs. Your task is the same as in the previous test: you should fill in the blanks with the appropriate prepositions. I hope, you learned a little from the previous blog and Tanya's explanations of…Continue
My dear friends! I decided to return to my favorite topic that is idioms and phrasal verbs. Today I am proposing you some new task. I am posting 15 sentences containting phrasal verbs with omited prepositions. So, your task is to find the correct prepositions without looking up your smart books and without googling. We have already considered some of these verbs in my previous…Continue
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