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400 английских слов, которых будет достаточно для понимания 75% текстов

400 английских слов, которых будет достаточно для понимания 75% текстов

“Take a rain check” means “you can’t accept an invitation now but you would like to do it later”. Example: I would love to go to the cinema but I’m busy on Sunday. Can we take a rain check? Origin: This idiom originated in America in the 1800s. If a...

“Take a rain check” means “you can’t accept an invitation now but you would like to do it later”. Can we take a rain check? Origin: This idiom originated in America in the If a.

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Basic Difference between DO and MAKE Use DO for actions, obligations, and repetitive tasks. Use MAKE for creating or producing something, and for actions you choose to do. DO generally refers to …

128 Words to Use Instead of Very

128 words to use instead of "very".Writing is hard, and writing without repeating yourself is very, very hard—but as you may have already noticed, one of the most repeated words in English is the intensifying modifier "very.