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“Snoozer” means something that is very boring. Example: That movie is such a snoozer. I wouldn’t recommend it to anyone. Get our apps for learning English: learzing.com

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British American English differences | VOCABULARY | ELT resources designed for building EFL-ESL lessons & courses | Scoop.it

British American English differences | VOCABULARY | ELT resources designed for building EFL-ESL lessons & courses | Scoop.it

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Forum | ________ Learn English | Fluent LandLearning about English Verbs Tenses | Fluent Land

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20 Writing Mistakes Even Native Speakers Make (Infographic)

20 Writing Mistakes Even Native Speakers Make (Infographic)

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The Ultimate BAG Vocabulary Infographic

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I share with you the complete list of phrasal verbs I used during 10 days in a row. Now it's your turn to use the same strategy and learn phrasal verbs too:

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16 types of governments | Visual.ly

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The Largest Vocabulary in Hip Hop Infographic

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“Have a sweet tooth” means “to like to eat sweet food”. Example: The girl has a sweet tooth. She loves chocolate.

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