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English vocabulary: Family

Here are the most used English words from the category of family. Learn the most common words and master the English language. Other very used words from the category: Family grandma  daughter-in-law  relatives  grandmother  stepdaughter  related  granny  stepchildren  parent  brother  stepchild  family  cousin  mother-in-law  family tree  daughter  stepmother  sister  grandfather  father-in-law sibling  grandpa  stepfather  uncle  […]

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PLEASE CALL ME (BACK) AT…

If you need someone to call you or call you back, it is a good idea to use this phrase. Of course, it’s a good idea to leave your phone number or the number to call back. Hi, this is John from the financial office.I’m wondering if you found those missing receipts.Please call me back […]

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English vocabulary: Clothes

Here are the most used English words from the category of clothes. Learn the most common words and master the English language. Other very used words from the category: clothes slippers lab coat  tights  beret leggings  stockings  baseball cap cuff  pajamas  bikini cuff links  turtleneck  shoe hoodie  gloves  boxer shorts miniskirt sandals  glasses fashion  briefs  […]

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WHAT TIME IS OUR MEETING?

You can use this sentence structure whenever you need to ask about the start of any event: “What time is [event]?” For example, if you want to ask about the start of a meeting on a particular day, use “on [day].” For example: What time is our meeting on Thursday? What time is our meeting […]

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(OH) NEVER MIND.

This phrase can be used, for example, if someone has misunderstood what you were trying to tell them If you have tried it several times and don’t want to repeat it again, just say “(Oh) never mind.” And you can start talking about something else. You can also use this phrase to mean “it doesn’t […]

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THAT SOUNDS GREAT.

If you like a particular idea that someone has suggested, you can respond with that phrase. Of course, you can use another word instead of great to express approval or enthusiasm. For example, “fantastic”, “excellent”, “awesome” or “perfect”. A: My mom is baking biscuits this afternoon. We could go to our house and eat some. […]

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