BBC English Learning : Essential, it provides all the resources of the BBC
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English words : Every day, find a genetic expression:
HOOK has many meanings, but here is a new slang meaning: super, incredibly good. Facebook Ad: << Locust Food Truck க்க Baker's Nook Food Court will be this Thursday, August 5 from 11:30 a.m. to 6 p.m.
This dish helps to hook Larry Mexican food.
– English Languages (@ EnglishIdioms4U) August 3, 2021
IdiomConnection : Dedicated to words, with one expression per day
Idium of the Day
“Have a green thumb” – have the ability to grow plants
“Our teacher grows a green thumb and beautiful flowers.”
“That man has a green thumb and a very beautiful garden.”
“My friend doesn’t have a green thumb. Her plants will always die.” pic.twitter.com/gh3g1aEuNF
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Learn English : English in the form of highly practical and educational scenarios:
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Learn English online Every day there is ample evidence of vocabulary, grammar, and oral expression.
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Collins Dictionary : Twitter account of the famous dictionary, a word or an expression every day, especially in everyday language:
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– Collins Dictionary (@ColinsDict) August 3, 2021
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Cambridge Dictionary : Cambridge University Official Dictionary Twitter account, words, phrases every day:
The verbs of the phrase often have meanings that we cannot easily guess from their individual parts, as seen here:
The book was first published in 1997.
The plane took off an hour late.
The lecture lasted until 6.30.
It’s hard to figure out what she’s saying.
– Cambridge Dictionary (ambCambridgeWords) August 2, 2021
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And for American English In particular, VOA English Learning, A great resource that allows you to listen to videos (in English) with slow motion and verses, among other things:
English in Movies: Today’s Song ‘Singh 2.’ Is ‘frantic’ from the film. pic.twitter.com/b7GBH4HsuZ
– VOA English Learning (@VOALearnEnglish) August 3, 2021