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Asking the way in English and giving directions - learn English,vocabulary,communication,english

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20 Ways to Say "Hello" in English; ESL; Speak English; EFL; Teach English; greetings

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You don't need to take classes to speak better English. Here are 33 ways you can improve your spoken English by yourself.

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There's also other phrases like "À tout à l'heure" (see you in a little while), "À ce soir" (see you this evening), and "À demain" (see you tomorrow)

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“Frog in my throat” means “to be unable to speak clearly because your throat feels dry or blocked”. Example: In the interview I got a frog in my throat and had to cough many times before I could answer the questions.

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In this series of 10 posts I'm going to show you the pillars to speak English well. To master word stress is one of these pillars.

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Your new student doesn't speak English. Here is a resource that will enable your student to use basic survival sentences in class. The sentences are translated into various other languages so that your newcomer may easily find the English sentence that matches to their native language.***This resource will help students who are literate in their native language.*** Languages the sentences are translated into are:-Spanish-French-Chinese-Korean-Vietnamese-ArabicTake a look here at a…

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“Frog in my throat” means “to be unable to speak clearly because your throat feels dry or blocked”. Example: In the interview I got a frog in my throat and had to cough many times before I could answer the questions.

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Common phrases and sentences of courtesy in Cihnese.

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