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British vs. American English: 63 Differences

British vs. American English: 63 Differences

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Forum | ________ English Grammar | Fluent LandWays to Accept Apologies | Fluent Land

Forum | ________ English Grammar | Fluent LandWays to Accept Apologies | Fluent Land

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ListMonde, a blog for curious minds, has just released a great infographic with 12 English words that are most wrongly used. The list is…

ListMonde, a blog for curious minds, has just released a great infographic with 12 English words that are most wrongly used. The list is…

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(the above illustration came from the TEACHERS PAY TEACHERS website. You hit this link and it will take you right there. Let me tell you something folks – I have worked with a LOT of kids at …

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Estudia inglés en Irlanda & Collins- Kitchen verbs

Estudia inglés en Irlanda & Collins- Kitchen verbs

A fantastic English idiom to add to your daily vocabulary use! For example, if you're in a business meeting or having a conversation with a friend and someone says, "But what about...." or "What if _____ happens?" The best way to respond if you don't want to worry about something that may or may not happen is to say, "Let's just cross that bridge when/if we get to it." --> Why worry if you don't have to? :-)

A fantastic English idiom to add to your daily vocabulary use! For example, if you're in a business meeting or having a conversation with a friend and someone says, "But what about...." or "What if _____ happens?" The best way to respond if you don't want to worry about something that may or may not happen is to say, "Let's just cross that bridge when/if we get to it." --> Why worry if you don't have to? :-)