Karolina Chmielewska

Karolina Chmielewska

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Ziemniaki zapiekane z pieczarkami i warzywami (zrobione)

Ziemniaki zapiekane z pieczarkami i warzywami (zrobione)

Piersi z kurczaka z pieczarkami, serem żółtym i czarnuszką

Piersi z kurczaka z pieczarkami, serem żółtym i czarnuszką

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rolada bezowa

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Absolutely!! The Goal Is To Laugh Forever With Someone You Take Serious Wood Sign - Romantic Wood Sign, Home Decor, Farmhouse Sign, Farmhouse Decor, Rustic Decor, Bedroom Decor, Gallery Wall, Wedding Gift, Wedding Decor, Anniversary Gift, Gift Under 50, Rustic Signs #afflink

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Conditionals

Conditionals

Today, we will learn how to make our English sound better. We will learn words that can be used in place of simpler words. For example: "very good" can be replaced with "awesome" or "superb" to make your English sound more evolved. 1. Very angry = Furious I was furious at him for copying my answer! 2. Very bad = Atrocious He attempted an atrocious imitation of my English accent 3. Very tired = Exhausted I was exhausted after the marathon. 4. Very tasty = Delicious Your mom cooks delici

Today, we will learn how to make our English sound better. We will learn words that can be used in place of simpler words. For example: "very good" can be replaced with "awesome" or "superb" to make your English sound more evolved. 1. Very angry = Furious I was furious at him for copying my answer! 2. Very bad = Atrocious He attempted an atrocious imitation of my English accent 3. Very tired = Exhausted I was exhausted after the marathon. 4. Very tasty = Delicious Your mom cooks delici

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content marketing emotion words

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