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Underwear | English Vocabulary

Underwear | English Vocabulary

I don’t think that goes there, Frank. Hi guys! Welcome back to English with Max. Today I am doing a video on something that’s not normally taught in English classes. However, if you go to an English-speaking country and you Read more…


⛅ Learn English Words – ALFRESCO – Meaning, Vocabulary with Pictures and Examples

⛅ Learn English Words – ALFRESCO – Meaning, Vocabulary with Pictures and Examples

Alfresco outdoors, open to the atmosphere The park has a really nice restaurant where you can dine alfresco while watching the birds as they come pecking at your food. The wedding was served alfresco, which turned out to be a Read more…


10 Business English Expressions You Need To Know | Vocabulary

10 Business English Expressions You Need To Know | Vocabulary

Hello! I’m Emma from mmmEnglish. English in the workplace. At work, in the office. Knowing the idioms, phrasal verbs and unique vocabulary that’s used in these professional contexts is so important! I’ll admit that there is a lot to learn Read more…


Learn English Words: COVET – Meaning, Vocabulary with Pictures and Examples

Learn English Words: COVET – Meaning, Vocabulary with Pictures and Examples

Covet to greatly desire something you lack As soon as the teen starlet wears an outfit in public, young girls around the world immediately covet the same outfit. Because my brother has to spend more hours at his office than Read more…


Learn English Words – SCOFF – Meaning, Vocabulary Lesson with Pictures and Example Sentences

Learn English Words – SCOFF – Meaning, Vocabulary Lesson with Pictures and Example Sentences

Scoff to sneer or laugh with scorn The rude little rich girl thought it was fun to scoff at the poor children at her school. More than likely, the older arrogant professors will scoff at the ideas of their young Read more…


Learn English Words – ABET – Meaning, Vocabulary Lesson with Pictures and Examples

Abet to encourage or support a behavior or action The photo editing software is sure to abet my odds of winning the photo competition. Many states have passed repeat offender laws to show criminals they do not abet repeated cases Read more…