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  • Hair Care

    Real Life - Tuesday

    Hair Care

    How long does it take you to get ready in the morning? Five minutes? Ten? One hour? Generally, men need les...

  • Pandas

    Real Life - Monday

    Pandas

    Pandas are only one of thousands of endangered animals in the world. The number of pandas is dwindling, mos...

  • Owls

    Real Life - Friday

    Owls

    Hoot, hoot! You might have heard this sound from an owl at midnight while camping. They are nocturnal anima...

  • class

    Slang - Thursday

    class

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genuine

What does "genuine" mean?

  • a person who has been convicted of a crime; a person who has spent time in prison
  • persuade someone to believe things they usually wouldn't believe; force someone to give up their own beliefs and attitudes
  • real, not fake or false

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  • Hobbies

    Lottery Ticket

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    What’s the quickest way to get a million dollars? The lottery, of course. When people want to talk ab...

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    under someone's wing

    Slang - Monday

    under someone's wing

  • Romance

    pick someone up

    Slang - Friday

    pick someone up

  • Music

    go bananas

    Slang - Thursday

    go bananas

  • Work

    Ferries

    Real Life - Wednesday

    Ferries

    Taking a train, riding the bus or subway, driving a car, walking, and cycling are the transportation option...

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    Winning the Lottery

    Winning the Lottery

    What would you do if you had millions of dollars? Would you retire early and burn some cash? Would you buy ...

  • Past Progressive Tense

    Celebrity Divorce

    Celebrity Divorce

    In the US, about 40% of marriages end in the divorce. That’s a lot. But it seems like divorce is even...

  • Past Progressive Tense

    Care Free

    Care Free English, baby! Video Lesson

    It can be hard to make changes in your life without going overboard. Ella couldn’t stop working all t...

  • Second Conditional

    Celebrity-Celebrity Crushes

    Celebrity-Celebrity Crushes

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

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    Alice in Wonderland

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    There are certain directors whose style is so unique, you can recognize one of their films the minute you s...

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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...

  • 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 &...

  • 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...

  • quite and rather

    Grammar

    quite and rather

    Quite=less  than  (very) but  more  than ( a little ): Example ; I’m surprised  you haven’t  heard ...

  • Learn English Online

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    Learn English Online

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

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