English Vocabulary

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Embedded thumbnail for English Relationship expressions: idioms and phrasal verbs, drift apart, make out, make up...
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Embedded thumbnail for English: Affect vs Effect, common mistakes, the difference between, homonyms
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Embedded thumbnail for English travelling idioms: hit the road, drive up the wall, itchy feet, take for a ride
Embedded thumbnail for English prepositions - in and at, at or in the beginning, in or at the end
Embedded thumbnail for English vocabulary - make or do, confusing verbs in English, do and make
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Embedded thumbnail for English food idioms - a piece of cake, break bread, cherry pick, eat alive, eat the cost
Embedded thumbnail for English vocabulary - adopt vs adapt, adoption, adaption, adaptation, adopter, adapter
Embedded thumbnail for English phrasal verbs - take after, take back, take down, take in
Embedded thumbnail for English sport idioms 1 - drop the ball, finish line, jump through hoops, roll with the punches
Embedded thumbnail for English - a lot of, lots of, plenty of, a great deal of, a large number of
Embedded thumbnail for Phrasal verbs: get off + idioms 2 - get off one's chest/case/tail, get off high horse, get off with
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Embedded thumbnail for English: Bad vs Badly, adjectives and adverbs, good and well
Embedded thumbnail for English phrasal verbs: get off + idioms - get off the ground, one's chest, on the right foot
Embedded thumbnail for №88 English idioms - red: roll out the red carpet, be in red, red eye, catch red-handed, see red
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Embedded thumbnail for №86 English vocabulary: rise, raise, arise, erase 2 - what's the difference, how to choose
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Embedded thumbnail for №83 English and Russian vocabulary: Halloween - afraid, scared, terrified, horrified, frightened...
Embedded thumbnail for №82 English vocabulary: rise, raise, arise, erase - what's the difference, how to choose
Embedded thumbnail for №81 English idioms - black hat, white hat, grey hat hackers, clothes idioms, color idioms
Embedded thumbnail for №78 English phrasal verbs - look through, look for, look forward to, look ahead, back

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