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What we have all been waiting for…It’s Friday!

What we have all been waiting for…It’s Friday! What plans are your plans for the weekend? Have a good weekend and make lots of memories! Read more →

Just another Manic Monday!

Why does the weekend have to go by so fast? Here is a song from the Bangles to help get the week started. Have a GREAT day everyone!   Read more →

TGIF!

TGIF = Thank God It’s Friday and the weekend is almost here! What plans do you have for the weekend?   Read more →

Happy Thursday!

Some things just can’t be translated! Have a good day…the weekend is just around the corner. Read more →

English pronunciation is fun!

Learning English pronunciation can be fun! Have a good weekend! Read more →

Friday — Fun day!!

Just another one of those wonderful things about English that make learning it so fun! 😀 Read more →

Practice — Past Simple / Past Continuous

Practice — Past Simple / Past Continuous Fill in the gaps with the Past Simple or the Past Continuous.  Send me your answers and I will let you know how you did! 🙂 What __________ (do) when I __________ (call) you last night? I __________ (sit) in a café when you __________ (call) When you __________ (arrive) at the party,… Read more →

Interesting facts about English

Interesting facts about English part 3 More interessting facts…  A sentence that contains all 26 letters of the alphabet is called a “pangram“. The following sentence contains all 26 letters of the alphabet: “The quick brown fox jumps over the lazy dog.” This sentence is often used to test typewriters or keyboards. The only word in English that ends with… Read more →

Interesting facts about English part 2

Interesting facts about English part 2 Here a few more interesting facts about English… The word “bookkeeper” (along with its associate “bookkeeping“) is the only unhyphenated English word with three consecutive double letters. Other such words, like “sweet-toothed“, require a hyphen to be readily readable. The word “triskaidekaphobia” means “extreme fear of the number 13”. This superstition is related to… Read more →

Interesting facts about English

Interesting facts about English Here a few interesting facts about English… The most common letter in English is “e”. The most common vowel in English is “e”, followed by “a”. The most common consonant in English is “r”, followed by “t”. Every syllable in English must have a vowel (sound). Not all syllables have consonants. Only two English words in… Read more →

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