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5 Common Real British English Phrases!

In this English lesson, you’re going to learn five phrases/expressions in British English. These are commonly used so you’re learning English you need to know. #1: I’M KNACKERED Use this when you feel really tired. Notice the way I say this and the emphasis I give it? Practice it! #2: …

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100+ Useful Phrases For Running A Business Meeting

Business English phrases for meetings. Meetings play a very big part in the business world. During meetings, important decisions are made, people are promoted, demoted, hired or even fired! The future of companies is predicted, business tactics are analyzed, competitors are targeted and strategies are planned. A lot of time …

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100+ Phrases for Saying Thank You in Any Situation

What is the best way to say thank you? How to say thank you? This is a very popular question that many of our students often ask. In fact, there are several ways to express your gratitude! In this article, we will look at the various ways of saying ‘thanks’, …

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Useful Bangla Phrases

A collection of useful phrases in Bengali, an Eastern Indo-Aryan language spoken in mainly Bangladesh and in the Indian states of West Bengal, Tripura and South Assam. Jump to phrases Click on any of the (non-English) phrases that are links (blue) to hear them spoken. If you can provide recordings, …

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Very Collective Phrases

আবজর্না স্তুপ – A heap of rubbish. বালির স্তুপ – A head of sand. এক কাঁদি কলা –A stem of bananas. এক গাদা বই – A pile of books. এক জোড়া ষাঁড় – A yoke of oxen. এক ঝাঁক চড়ুই পাখি – A host of sparrows. এক ঝাঁক মাছ – …

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Phrases : Definition, Types, & Examples

Phrases Definition: A phrase is a group of words having no subject and finite verb which gives meaning to a sentence. Phrase একটি শব্দগুচ্ছ যাতে কোন subject এবং finite verb থাকে না ও যা একটি sentence কে অর্থপূর্ণ করে তোলে।  Example: He is indeed a man of parts. Life is not a bed of roses. …

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