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What’s for Breakfast? (ESL Breakfast Vocabulary) Posted by on Apr 22, 2018

What's for Breakfast?

They say breakfast is the most important meal of the day. So, what’s for breakfast? We look at some common breakfast foods in the US in this short video. It’s great for ESL students and teachers. Just follow along with the video and practice! Ready? Let’s take a look at what people usually eat for…

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Two Friends from Cleveland, Ohio Posted by on Apr 18, 2018

It is now hard to imagine that there was a time without superheroes. Popular culture worldwide has lately been saturated with colorful, often caped, muscular women and men with fantastic powers and abilities. From comic books to television to movie screens, these action heroes are everywhere, and the public has made them more popular now…

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American Culture – WrestleMania Posted by on Apr 16, 2018

American Culture - WrestleMania

Just as the Super Bowl is to professional football, WrestleMania is to professional wrestling. I’m not talking about the kind of wrestling you watch on the Summer Olympics, though. Before we learn more about the big event, we should probably start by explaining more about this type of wrestling. American Professional Wrestling Professional wrestling (or…

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All the While Posted by on Apr 12, 2018

There are words in the English language which are frequently abused, commonly misapplied, and often indiscriminately placed in sentences and phrases. Near the very top of that list is the word while. It is also one of the most typically argued about words among English language stylists. To understand the controversy, you need to know…

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Making Polite Requests in English Posted by on Apr 5, 2018

Ask any parent, and they will tell you that there is one magic word in English: Please. The more often you say it in your daily life, the better your life will be. You will be regarded as polite, well mannered, poised, and mature. If you have the chance to say it in a job…

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