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  • Head to the Beach

    Eavesdropping - Thursday

    Head to the Beach

    When someone asks you if you want to head somewhere, they are asking you if you want to go somewhere. It...

  • soak up the sun

    Slang - Wednesday

    soak up the sun English, baby! Video Lesson

  • Picnics

    Real Life - Tuesday

    Picnics

    Last weekend was the Fourth of July, and what better way is there to celebrate the birth of the U.S.A. than...

  • Into the Wild

    Movies - Monday

    Into the Wild

    Most people have a slight desire to get rid of all of their possessions and hit the road. Christopher McCan...

  • Adventure Travel

    Real Life - Friday

    Adventure Travel

    A relaxing beach vacation may sound perfect to some, but for the more adventurous, it just isn’t exci...

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over

What does "over" mean?

  • to be hit by a vehicle.
  • done with; finished with; not interested in anymore
  • happy or fun, rhythmic

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  • Hobbies

    1337

    Real Life - Thursday

    1337

    Hai, how r u? Wat? U can7 read th1s? LOL! If you can read the line above, you are 1337. “1337” ...

  • Music

    Mimi

    Music - Wednesday

    Mimi

    People love redemption. In a way, the lower a star sinks, the better, because it will be all the more glori...

  • Friend

    Triathlons

    Real Life - Tuesday

    Triathlons

    Playing any competitive sport is hard work. You have to practice long hours every day, learn good technique...

  • Work

    hit the books

    Slang - Monday

    hit the books English, baby! Video Lesson

  • Romance

    once in a blue moon

    Slang - Friday

    once in a blue moon

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    Snapchat

    Snapchat

    In 2011, three university classmates created a new app called Snapchat. Like other websites and apps, Snapc...

  • Zero Conditional

    Gift Cards

    Gift Cards

    We all have them: those people in our family who are incredibly picky. It doesn’t matter how much tim...

  • Present Perfect Tense

    Festivals

    Festivals

    Have you ever been to a festival? Whether it’s a little street fair or a giant, city-wide party, fest...

  • Simple Past Tense

    The Wrestler

    The Wrestler

    Darren Aronofsky, the famous director who made The Fountain and Requiem for a Dream, naturally chose profes...

  • Phrasal Verbs

    Cut Someone Off

    Cut Someone Off English, baby! Video Lesson

    Can you ever have too much of a good thing? Most people would say yes. It’s not hard to think of exam...

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  • East or West, home is best

    Idioms and Slang

    East or West, home is best

    "The grass isn`s always greener on the other side", they say. What do they mean? Is the saying about a ...

  • HOW TO WRITE A COMMENTORY OF A POEM

    Writing

    HOW TO WRITE A COMMENTORY OF A POEM

    HOW TO WRITE A COMMENTORY OF A POEM (in the form of the essay)              &nb...

  • how much some one could bee puzzled

    Idioms and Slang

    how much some one could bee puzzled

    when some one wants to explain about the knoWledge of someone about somthing that is too little would use this: "(someone) + dont(doesnt) know , a...

  • English Skills - Fluency - Reciting

    Speaking

    English Skills - Fluency - Reciting

    What I like most about the English language is its size and subtlety. However these qualities are also why many find it difficult to achieve flue...

  • make a fool out of...

    Idioms and Slang

    make a fool out of...

    I know the image has nothing to do with it... but I still like it :D have you ever heard the phrase "to make a fool out of sbdy"?e.g: -st...

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