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   September 2014:  The Blue Level

Basic English

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Basic English

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 September 2014:  The Green Level is for intermediate and advanced students who want to learn how to use the passive voice.

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the past continuous tense

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Today's expression:

when the cat's away, the mice will play: When authorities (teacher, parents, police, managers, bosses, etc.) are gone, the people under their control can have fun or just relax.

mice

 

 

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Barack Obama is the first non-WASP President we've had in the White House since John F. Kennedy.

 

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These students came to the website to study English in August 2014. Send your photo here.

Inna

Inna -- Russia

Lamoussa
Lamoussa -- Togo / U.S.A.
Sara

Sara -- Iran

Sam
Sam -- Cambodia
Gamzegul
Gamzegul -- Turkey
MIke
Mike -- Germany
Habibe
Habibe -- Azerbaijan
 
 
 
 

   

 

 

 

   
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