A fun overview about idioms in the English language, from the common to the not so common. Stories that describe the origins of idioms. FUN and particularly useful for ESL students.
Learn both commonly used Filipino adjectives and simple adjectives with examples of using both in Tagalog sentences. Adjectives that describe feelings and emotion, appearance and tastes are also covered here.
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Ready made German essay examples on a character and appearance description to use straight away. Guidance of how to structure your essay. With English translation.
Is your best friend a thot? Does she know how to do it for the vine? Has she ever went ham on you when you came for her? Don't get left behind with the colorful expressions of our current time.
Within the French language, there is really only one true irregular verb ending in -er! That verb is 'aller' - to go. It has its own unique set of endings for the different tenses. There are however, three different groups of -er verbs that...
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I review five popular methods my husband and I have used to teach ourselves Mandarin. I give pros, cons and tips for studying effectively.
Reduplication of Filipino words is deemed weird by non-speakers but these Tagalog reduplicated words are unique on their own. Some even conveys the meaning without repetition. Have you heard these examples of Tagalog reduplicated words?
Are you looking for a way to pepper your speech with interesting, descriptive, gutturally-pronounced words? Try using Yiddish to get your point across! Here, learn the most useful Yiddish words with which to spice up your elocution and how to build a curse, Yiddish-style.