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Certified Refurbished Kindle Fire HD 7"

Certified Refurbished Kindle Fire HD 7″, HD Display – Includes Special Offers (3rd generation)

A Certified Refurbished Fire tablet is a pre-owned Fire tablet that has been refurbished, tested, and certified to look and work like new. 195 more words


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Want to learn good English? You need to read. Need an eReader? You need a Kindle.

eBook: Ragged Dick

I’ve adapted the Horatio Alger, Jr. novel, Ragged Dick for English language learners. You can get it for just 99¢ on Amazon.com. The story’s got humor, history and adventure.

Learning English with k.d. lang #2: Sitting on Top of the World

I have said before that k.d. lang is an awesome resource to use when you are trying to learn English with music. She has excellent diction and uses good English most of the time. 434 more words

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การใช้ Comparative และ Superlative Adjectives

Comparison of Adjectives – การใช้คำคุณศัพท์ในการเปรียบเทียบ

คำคุณศัพท์ คือ คำที่ทำหน้าที่ขยายคำนาม ซึ่งการใช้คำคุณศัพท์ในการเปรียบเทียบมีอยู่ 3 ขั้นคือ ขั้นปกติ (Positive/Regular), ขั้นกว่า (Comparative), และขั้นสุด (Superlative)

  1. คำคุณศัพท์ขั้นปกติ (Positive/Regular Adjectives) คือ คำคุณศัพท์ปกติที่เราใช้ขยายนามโดยทั่วไป ไม่ได้มีการเปรียบเทียบกับสิ่งใดๆ เช่น

    big (ใหญ่), large (ใหญ่), small (เล็ก), tall (สูง), long (ยาว), short (เตี้ย/สั้น), fast (เร็ว), slow (ช้า), high (สูง), low (ต่ำ), fat (อ้วน), thin (ผอม), easy (ง่าย), difficult (ยาก), good (ดี), bad (แย่)

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How to Write a Well-Structured Literature Essay

How to Write a Well-Structured Literature Essay

Many of my students come to me asking for help when it comes to writing academic essays. Writing a well-structured and coherent essay can be difficult for both non-native and native speakers of English, especially with many people deciding to enter into higher education at later stages in their life. 1,301 more words

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Talking about the future – diary form

There are many different ways of talking about the future, one of which is the “diary form”.

This tense uses the present continuous to talk about something that will happen in the future. 91 more words


They are freaked out.

Hello, the school festival is going by tomorrow. As we did a lot of work, I’m tired. So I would like to relax when I stay home, but I also want to learn English. 231 more words