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C1E Grammar Fix: Most … ‘of’ or no ‘of’?

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1. Most (no ‘of’) is a determiner. For example it replaces a, an, the, every, some etc. in a sentence, so: ‘Milk in most supermarkets is cheap.’ OR, you could…

Some English Sales/Marketing Words for the Workplace

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Some common English marketing words and phrases used in the office added to Cambridge1English.com resources. Do you already use some of them? http://wp.me/P4HpJQ-cp

Petrol or Gas?

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As a native British English speaker, I’m always intrigued by expressions that American English speakers use. Sometimes it takes me a while to figure out what they mean! To get…

Petrol or Gas?

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As a native British English speaker, I’m always intrigued by expressions that American English speakers use. Sometimes it takes me a while to figure out what they mean! To get…

The Road to Culture

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‘Language is the road map of a culture. It tells you where its people come from and where they are going.’ Rita Mae Brown

English Brain Words

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Which do you think are physical & which are non-physical? Some might be both … or neither… depending on your views! the brain the mind mental processes thought processes consciousness…

Light That Fire!

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‘Education is the kindling of a flame, not the filling of a vessel.’ Socrates