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Learning English Sentences Everyday(85)

(1). May your New Year be filled with special moment, warmth, peace and happiness, the joy of covered ones near, and wishing you all the joys of Christmas and a year of happiness. (2). Warm greetings and best wishes for happiness and good luck in the coming year. (3). May many fortunes find their way […]

[music]Best Songs for New Year!

(1). Artist:U2 Song:New Year’s Day All is quiet on New Years Day A world in white gets underway And I want to be with you Be with you night and day Nothing changers on New Years Day I will be with you again I will be with you again Under a blood-red sky A crowd […]

[audio]Why Coke and Pepsi Are Different?

This is why Coke and Pepsi taste so different – and it’s down to one simple thing. The two popular soft drinks are designed to leave very different impressions on our taste buds . You’re either a Coke devotee or you’re a Pepsi fan, but you’re never both. Discerning soft drink enthusiasts state there IS […]

[audio]New Year Celebrations in UK

January 1 is a big day in the lives of those living in United Kingdom, as it is the day of New Year. The tradition of celebrating New Year on January 1 according to Georgian calendar began officially in the year of 1752. New Year celebrations made in United Kingdom are grand, best, and one […]

[audio]Going Home

I first heard this story a few years ago from a girl I had met in New York’s Greenwich Village. Probably the story is one of those mysterious bits of folklore that reappear every few years, to be told a new in one form or another. However, I still like to think that it really […]

Learning English Sentences Everyday(84)

1. Often, older parents hear the ticking of another kind of biological clock. Key Points: often (1). often In the past some people often thought herb medicine unscientific. (2). always (at any time, there is no exception) You can always rely on him to think of a way out. (3). usually (as a routine) I’m […]

Learning English Sentences Everyday(83)

1. Staff at the centre will then contact the owner to confirm that the car really is missing, and keep police informed of the vehicle’s movements via the car’s GPS unit. Key Points: inform (1). be well-informed He succeeded where other more well-informed experimenters failed. (2). be ill-informed Most patients are ill-informed of the side […]

Learning English Sentences Everyday(82)

1. People who are well are concerned with nutrition and exercise,and they make a point of monitoring their body’s condition. Key Points: concern (1). uncountable noun (a feeling of worry about something important) There is now considerable concern for their illness. (2). countable noun (something that worries you) That’s my concern, so I’ll do as […]

Grammar Tips: How to Express Things Happen in the Past?

When we talk about things that happened in the past but don’t happen anymore we can do it in different ways. Used to • We used to live in New York when I was a kid. We can use ‘used to’ to talk about past states …. • I used to go swimming every Thursday […]

Learning English Sentences Everyday(81)

1. People who are well are likely to be better able to resist disease and to fight disease when it strikes. Key Points: likely similar expressions: (1). perhaps Perhaps you will kindly give us a hand when we are in trouble. (2). possibly Do they possibly wait outside the station? (3). potentially She is potentially […]

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