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BRITISH ENGLISHAMERICAN ENGLISH - our humour honour colour - ogue catalogue dialogue analogue - or humor honor color - og catalog dialog analog
BRITISH ENGLISH AMERICAN ENGLISH - tre centre theatre metre - ise memorise analyse criticise - ter center theater meter - ize memorize analyze criticize
BRITISH ENGLISH AMERICAN ENGLISH - ll travelled cancelling - ce defence licence - l traveled canceling - se defense license
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BRITISH ENGLISHAMERICAN ENGLISH - / ə ʊ / home /h ə ʊ m/ don`t /d ə ʊ nt/ - /o ʊ / home /ho ʊ m/ don`t /do ʊ nt/
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The UK vs. The USA. Jelly American British=Jam British American=Jello.
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If you heat water to 100°C, it boils. When the sun comes up, it gets light. If you dont pay your VISA bill on time, the bank charges you interest. If +
We started our lessons on the 9th October. We started our lessons on the 9th October. Yes, we did. We´ve had 8 lessons this year.
YCH Chiu Tsang Hok Wan Primary School P.6 People we admire Editing.
Depuis, Pendant, Pour and il y a. The French prepositions depuis, pendant, andfar less commonly pour each express the __________ of an event a little.
Present Perfect Dragana Filipovic. Present Perfect Simple have / has + past participle I have seen the film before. She has seen the film before. Have.
Past Tenses Simple Past, Past continuous and Past perfect tense.
What is the main interest of the text? Dr. John Pemberton? Asa Griggs Candler? Coca-Cola? Is it sold in 200 countries? Do we know who sells Coca-Cola?
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The passive voice is used much less frequently in German as in English, but it is used (especially in writing) so it is necessary for German learners to.
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So…let’s talk about the FORM of the PRESENT PERFECT TENSE first…OK? The Present Perfect Tense is formed by 2 things: the auxiliary verb HAVE and HAS.
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