Elementos idiomaticos

10 clothing idioms (d)

Medical equipments

Medical equipments

Aprende inglés: adjetivos que suelen confundirse #infografia #infographic #education:

Aprende inglés: adjetivos que suelen confundirse #infografia #infographic #education

Aprende inglés: adjetivos que suelen confundirse #infografia #infographic #education:

Frutas en Ingles -Fruits

Frutas en Ingles -Fruits

bijwoorden van frequentie

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Furniture Vocabulary in English - chairs

Furniture Vocabulary in English - chairs

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DO AND MAKE

DO vs MAKE: appropriate pairings in Spoken American English. Use for ESL students, Deaf, Interpreters etc

You drive me up the wall

You drive me up the wall

In Turkish, we say " I missed the train!" :)

In Italian we say: Ho perso il treno (I missed the train)

Only time will tell

Only time will tell

condicionales inglés

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"Diss" means to insult someone, to treat someone with disrespect. Example: He…

"Diss" means to insult someone, to treat someone with disrespect。

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