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Language schools in New York

The Brooklyn Bridge, the Empire State Building, the Times Square and of course: learning a language. New York is the best place to learn English and other foreign languages. You could visit a language school in the city center, live as a local and be a tourist at the same time. You could do sightseeing …

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Collocations with time

  Collocations with time Collocations are pairs of words or sequences of words which are often used together. Below you can learn the most common collocations with the word ‘time’ and read some examples.   As the pace of life increases, time is what people need the most. Learn how to talk about time with …

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5 reasons to study in Australia

  5 reasons to study in Australia   Australia is one of the most popular study abroad destinations for students wanting to learn English. But what makes it better than the other most popular destinations like USA, UK and Canada? Keep on reading to find out the 5 reasons to study in Australia.   Compare …

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Cambridge English Exams – are they worth it?

  Cambridge English Exams – are they worth it?   Cambridge English provides universally recognized qualifications for learners and teachers of English and they have more than 100 years of experience in working with English. If you are a learner of English, regardless of your level, you must have heard about First Certificate, Advanced English …

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Best places to study English abroad

  Best places to study English abroad   With English being the most popular second language learned by foreigners and practically a “must-have” skill in the work place, the demand for learning English increase every year. In most cases the best option is studying English abroad. Such a learning experiences guarantees focus on the language …

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Phrasal verbs with ‘take’

  Phrasal verbs with ‘take’   Phrasal verbs are idiomatic phrases including a verb and either a preposition or an adverb or a combination of the two. Below you can learn the most common phrasal verbs with ‘take’ and read some examples.   Take after Meaning: to resemble, be similar to i.e. a parent or …

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Collocations with come

  Collocations with come   Collocations are pairs of words or sequences of words which are often used together. Below you can learn the most common collocations with ‘come’ and read some examples.   Come clean about Example: Mom, I need to come clean about the vase, I broke it not Tommy.   Come close …

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Collocations with do

  Collocations with do   The verb ‘do’ is used with actions, repetitive tasks and obligations. Below you can learn the most common collocations with do and read some examples.   Do homework Example: John does his homework right after he comes back from school.   Do work Example: You should do the work you …