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Wordle Wednesday: Colours

Firstly; I am sorry that I am posting this week’s Wordle Wednesday on a Thursday! Naughty, I know but I did not hit “Schedule” properly! *Hits head with palm* 310 more words

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Idiom of the Week: “Another string to your bow”

Hello and welcome to another edition of Idiom of the Week and for this week our idiom is “another string to your bow”

I personally believe that a person can never have ‘enough string to their bows’ as I feel that learning and gaining new skills is important. 133 more words

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sabbatical

a time off from work, often used for studying, writing, doing research, or traveling
—My professor will not be teaching next year. He’s taking a sabbatical to finish writing his book. 360 more words

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scapegoat

someone who is blamed for another’s wrongdoing
—The teacher refused to be made the scapegoat for the students poor grades.

God gave Moses instructions on how the people were to give their offerings and sacrifices. 487 more words

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Wordle Wednesday: Languages

This week’s Wordle Wednesday is all about the languages that are spoken across the World. Most of us know that currently the World’s Population is around about 6,800,596,862 people. 58 more words

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Idiom of the Week: “An Axe to Grind”

This week’s Idiom of the Week is “An Axe to Grind”; this idiom is one of my favourites and I use it when I am at work. 86 more words

TEFL

golden calf

something, such as wealth, that is pursued as if it were the object of worship; something that is greatly honored or revered
—Too many people chase after the golden calf of riches, only to find that it doesn’t make them truly happy. 459 more words

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