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Silly Meaning In English

“Birdbrain” means a silly or stupid person. Example: I’m such a birdbrain! I totally forgot that I had a doctor’s appointment yesterday. Get our apps for learning English: learzing.com

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“Kid around” means “to have fun by acting in a silly way”. Example: Our teacher told us to stop kidding around and get down to work. Get our apps for learning English: learzing.com

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“Kid around” means “to have fun by acting in a silly way”. Example: Our teacher told us to stop kidding around and get down to work. Get our apps for learning English: learzing.com

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"Birdbrain" means a silly or stupid person. Example: I'm such a birdbrain! I totally forgot that I had a doctor's appointment yesterday.

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dappy (adjective): Silly, disorganized, or lacking concentration. Word of the Day for 30 June 2015. #WOTD #WordoftheDay #dappy

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When you take English words and idioms too literally (Illustrations By Keren Rosen)
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When you take English words and idioms too literally (Illustrations By Keren Rosen)

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from Teachers Pay Teachers

Preposition Silly Sentences: In, On, Under

Working on prepositions? Have students with preposition confusion of in, on, and under? Show students that using the wrong preposition completely changes the meaning of a sentence with these silly and engaging activities.

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Meriadoc: from the English merry meaning cheerful or happy. Named for Meriadek, a leader of Welshmen in the 4th century. With the traditional Celtic suffix of -doc. #lotr

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from All About L.I.F.E. (Language Information For English) for teachers and learners around the world

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HOMOGRAPHS are the same as homonyms except for the fact that they can be pronounced differently. For example, the words “tear” [tîr] (meaning a drop of water from an eye) and “tear” [târ] (meaning to cut something like paper) are spelled the same, have different meanings, but are pronounced completely differently.

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