I read an interesting news story on the ABC News website, which was about pet preference, or whether you like dogs over cats or the other way around.
Summer’s here. An exciting season for beer drinking.
So, let’s learn some phrases that you can use when you enjoy drinking with friends.
Today, I’m going to talk about the verb “believe”. I’ll focus on the difference between “believe” and “believe in“.
I got email from a friend of mine, saying “Have you had a chance to take a look at my presentation?” Actually, this is a good expression to learn. Have you had a chance to do something?
When you talk about “homework”, you may first think of work that teachers give their students to do at home. When you’re in school, you can’t play video games until you’ve done your homework. When you’re out of school, do you think you’re done with homework forever? Unfortunately, you’re not.
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I’m going to talk about the word “stuck” today.
I read a news article discussing the growing “no-show” trend in the restaurant industry. Are you familiar with the term “no-show”?
In the lesson before last, I asked you if you are a “last-minute” person or a do-everything-ahead-of-time kind of person. And in that lesson we focused on how to use the term “last minute”. Today, I want to talk about the other one: ahead of time.