This set of bookmarks will help your student remember how to use the highlighting system while reading, no matter what type of content.

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30 Idioms You Need to Know & Their Meaning

Educational infographic & data visualisation 30 Idioms You Need to Know & Their Meaning (Infographic). Infographic Description 30 Idioms You Need to

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Type of voice sounds

Describing Voice Writing Tips

But also therefore especially

This is really helpful when writing persuasive and compare/contrast essays. Original caption: My junior high english class: VOCABULARY

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Words + prepositions

Words + Prepositions "Accuse of"? I was accused of speeding. I accuse you of stealing. They will be accused of murder.

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Speak your mind

Learn English: "Must Not" vs "Don't Have To"

Learn English: "Must Not" vs "Don't Have To" ☺

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Idiom of the day: Be full of Hot Air.

English Christmas words

English Christmas words

American Idioms

15 Essential English Idioms for Sounding Like a Native

American Idioms

If you won a lot of money, what would you do? This question uses the second conditional. Check out this great graphic from Woodward English that explains the different conditionals. Teachers, take a look at the four classroom activities that use conditionals, on the ‪#‎AmericanEnglish‬ website > http://1.usa.gov/1DzfGjy.

NEW: Conditionals Summary Chart

Учебник 2004 года под руководством Реймонда Мерфи

Учебник 2004 года под руководством Реймонда Мерфи

American Idioms

15 Essential English Idioms for Sounding Like a Native

Idiom of the day: Every cloud has a silver lining. Meaning: In every bad situation there is an element of good. Example: As the trip’s been cancelled I’ll be able to go to the match this Saturday. Every cloud has a silver lining.

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