Tomasz Fuchs

Tomasz Fuchs

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SMS em inglês

SMS em inglês

• Descargar (download) lamina en pdf. • Quiz 1: describing people in…

• Descargar (download) lamina en pdf. • Quiz 1: describing people in…

The most complete list of useful websites for college students. Almost every website online has been considered on this list. You probably won't need to look elsewhere for any help you may need during college. Visit the page for more details on how each website can help you graduate in no time ! by graciela

The most complete list of useful websites for college students. Almost every website online has been considered on this list. You probably won't need to look elsewhere for any help you may need during college. Visit the page for more details on how each

Various kind of shoes

Visual Shoe Dictionary More Visual Glossaries (for Her): Backpacks / Bags / Bra Types / Hats / Belt knots / Coats / Collars / Darts / Dress Shapes / Dress Silhouettes / Eyeglass frames / Eyeliner Strokes / Hangers / Harem Pants / Heels / Lingerie /.

Teen Slang [infographic] - Youth Ministry Media

Teen Slang [infographic] - Youth Ministry Media

Idiom of the day: Pink Slip

Idiom of the day: Pink Slip

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