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Just in case

in case

We use in case to talk about taking precautions, doing something because something else might happen:

  • During the drought, keep the bath filled with water - just in case it is needed.
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English

No b@st@rd!

Hello everyone!

Today, I’d like to talk about an incident that happened some years ago. I was translating a book and came across the expression “filhos bastardos”. 150 more words

English

Paleo Pitfalls

That awkward moment when you return from a long hiatus only to tell your loyal readers that you have not, in fact, broken up with dairy. 339 more words

Young Living Essential Oils

"Everyday" vs "Every day"

Hi everyone, today I’d like to explain the difference between “everyday” and “every day”.

everyday

adjective (usually before noun)

very common or completely normal, and often not very interesting… 46 more words

English

Common Hiring Mistakes made by Employers (and how to avoid them)

Job-seekers face a lot of stress, and can make a lot of mistakes during their hiring process if they let it get the best of them.   618 more words

General Posts

New Vocabulary: despise

In English, “despise” is one level above “hate” (It means to detest, loathe, execrate, abominate, look down on, among others. It’s the opposite of “adore”). 64 more words

English

COMMON MISTAKES IN THE IELTS LISTENING SECTION

  1. Write your answers on the test and copy them later. At the end of the listening test, you are given 10 whole minutes to copy all your answers to the Answer Sheet.
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LISTENING