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on treadway ; pitch maker

hiii ' '

i've just got newly heard vocabs (for me at least)

pitchmaker & on treadway, what is actually the words mean (shall i use mean or meant Thinking . .

can u please suggest me with the best site where i can translate the words . .

if i say :
1. i will do presentation in the office; or
2. i will do presentation at the office; which is correct?

A-Z of descriptive adjectives

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Here's an A-Z of adjectives we can use to describe different things. Take a look at them and see if you can learn some new, useful words.

Remember - many of these words  are not used in these forms to describe how we feel. For example, we use "It's amazing" to describe something while "I am amazed" is used to show our emotion or feeling.


Wonderful or surprising.

study & learn

hi all.. Smile got other confuse here.. how they different from each other: Thinking 1. study & learn 2. adviser & advisor 3. standing applause & standing ovation 4. take .. with & bring 5. get up & wake up 6. wrong, mistake, error & false please correct my writing if they're grammatically wrong

Star Sign - Capricorn: Personality Adjectives

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When someone asks you "What's your star-sign?", they are asking about which of the 12 signs of the zodiac you were born under. It is believed by many that your personality (character) is linked to the date you were born, furthermore, people say that you can predict your future by your star-sign.
The twelve signs of the zodiac are:

How to use 'over'

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'There time as University is now over.'

The word over can be used as in a number of ways as a preposition, adjective or adverb. Let's take a look at some of its more basic uses:


what is cynology???

English 'slang'

These are the most common examples.
GONNA = going to

I'm gonna watch TV tonight.
You're gonna like that.
I'm not gonna tell you anything.
It's gonna rain.
(it's necessary to use 'BE' - I'm gonna, you're gonna, he's gonna...)

WANNA = want to

I wanna hold your hand.
I don't wanna be late.
What do you wanna do?
He wanna eat.
Be careful. It's only 'slang'. Grammatically is correct 'WANTS TO'. However, if you are using 'slang' you can use WANNA

GOTTA = have got to

I gotta go.
Do what you gotta do.
I gotta tell you something.

You can use is also with HAVE:

High Intermediate Reading: The 380kg Teenager

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British television recently showed a programme on the plight of 19 year-old Texan teenager, Billy Robbins, who weighed an unbelievable 180 kg.
Officially the world’s heaviest teenager, Billy was housebound for 3 years after gorging himself on junk-food. At the peek of his food addiction he was eating 8000 calories each day.

happy ... and merry //

hello. greetings from me,(since this is my first time, is my greetings correct? Waiting

quite confuse with these:
we say "happy birthday, happy new year, happy holiday, happy sunday, etc.
but in christmas, why do we say "merry christmas"
what is the exact mean of "merry" and is it only be used in "christmas"?

can you give me examples of others to express our congrats ;;; Wink

Culture Lesson: Boston Chinatown

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Experience the sights, sounds, smells, and tastes of Asia right here in downtown Boston's very own Chinatown. It is one of the largest Chinese neighborhoods in America. Chinatown is a mixture of Asian cultures such as Chinese, Japanese, Korean, Thai, Malaysian, Cambodian, and Vietnamese.