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#SOS Monday – What’s for dinner?

What are you having for dinner tonight? May we suggest trying one of these Anglo/’Italian’ specialities? When talking about food that we might or might not like we can use the following positive 👍 or negative 👎 phrases. 👍 I like …. I’m keen on …. …. sounds delicious/tasty/good! 👎 I don’t like…. I’m not…

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#SOSMonday – 🏮 Let There Be Light! 🕯

Different festivals of fire and light take place at this time of year. There was Diwali on 14th November It’s ‘St. Lucy’s Day in Sweden on 13th December: And 21st December sees the seaside town of Brighton host the ‘Burning of the Clocks’ festival: With these illuminating celebrations in mind, we thought we’d share some…

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#SOSMonday – The Next Episode

What TV show are you watching at the moment? Are you hooked? Can’t wait for the next episode? Let’s look at some phrases to help you describe a TV series. It’s called… 🎟 It’s a …. show (genre) 📺 It’s about… 🛤 The main character is… 🦸🏼‍♂️ _ (actor) plays ___ (role) 🕴 It’s set……

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#SOSMonday – Happy Hallo!ween!

This blog is a repost from Garnet Education. Please find the original article here: https://www.garneteducation.com/top-10-halloween-idioms-and-expressions/. With Halloween lurking around the corner, here are some spooky idioms to get you in the spirit! DIG YOUR OWN GRAVE Meaning: to do something that will cause you harm or problems in the futureExample: Student 1: I think I’m going to…