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  • Celebrity-Celebrity Crushes

    Real Life - Friday

    Celebrity-Celebrity Crushes

    Who doesn’t have a celebrity crush? Celebrities are usually very attractive, talented, and glamorous. But n...

  • on the table

    Slang - Thursday

    on the table

  • B-Corps

    Real Life - Wednesday

    B-Corps

    Business leaders can make bad decisions. Sometimes, they hurt the environment or people. They can be reckle...

  • Hold Up

    Eavesdropping - Tuesday

    Hold Up English, baby! Video Lesson

    The world moves very fast these days. People seem to be in such a hurry. Rushing to work, rushing to school...

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sweet

What does "sweet" mean?

  • to be presented on television or in a movie.
  • cool, fun, great
  • without formality or ceremony. Casual, relaxed.

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  • Work

    all over the map

    Slang - Friday

    all over the map

  • Hobbies

    riff

    Slang - Thursday

    riff

  • Friend

    Friends with Your Ex

    Eavesdropping - Wednesday

    Friends with Your Ex

    When you’re in a relationship, you spend a lot of time getting to know someone really well. And often...

  • Romance

    High School Sweethearts

    Real Life - Tuesday

    High School Sweethearts

    The first time we fall in love can feel the most powerful, because it’s such a new, intense experienc...

  • Music

    Sheryl Crow

    Music - Monday

    Sheryl Crow

    When Sheryl Crow reached international fame in 1994 with the youthful song “All I Wanna Do,” sh...

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  • Imperative Form

    Superstitions

    Superstitions

    It’s not uncommon to find superstitions in cultures around the world. In the United States, some peop...

  • Reflexive Pronouns

    Fast Food

    Fast Food

    Using the drive-thru to buy dinner is the ultimate example of convenience. You drive your car forward, tell...

  • Past Progressive Tense

    Going to College

    Going to College

    College. A magical place where crazy teenagers go and, four years later, leave as responsible adults. Right...

  • Used to Do vs Be Used to

    Movie Snacks

    Movie Snacks

    A cheap movie date can easily end up costing an arm and a leg if you make a stop at the concession stand be...

  • Modal Verbs

    Colorblind

    Colorblind

    Did you ever wonder if the colors you see are the same colors that other people see? For example, when you ...

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  • how much some one could bee puzzled

    Idioms and Slang

    how much some one could bee puzzled

    when some one wants to explain about the knoWledge of someone about somthing that is too little would use this: "(someone) + dont(doesnt) know , a...

  • Who's or Whose (Grammar)

    Grammar

    Who's or Whose (Grammar)

    The correct answer is "3." "Who's" is short for "Who is.""Whose" is used to describe items that belong to someone.According to the questio...

  • the  difference between  so  and  such?

    the difference between so and such?

    In a few sentences  both means   (( such as)) But (( such )) Comes before noun  or   adjective   nouns. example :she &...

  • Learn English Online

    Conversational English

    Learn English Online

    Learn English Online with teacher Bienne.I handle Beginner, Intermediate and Advanced Level students.I teach Listening comprehension, conversation,...

  • future time ..part,1

    Grammar

    future time ..part,1

    Direction :  ask  and answer  about your  question. Example : John : are you going to eat  dinner at home  tonight...

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