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Easily Confused Words (at a Restaurant): Gyro and Hero

Gyro and Hero are easily confused words.

Gyro is a noun. In the restaurant world, it’s Greek and it’s pronounced more like “yee-roh” instead of “gee-roh” or “jee-roh.” A gyro is a sandwich served on a pita or flatbread. 175 more words

Easily Confused Words

Tìm Hiểu Về Hệ Thống Giáo Dục ở Úc

Úc, các khóa học (trên 12,000 khóa học) đều được quốc tế công nhận. Học phí và sinh hoạt phí tại Úc tương đối thấp hơn so với một số quốc gia khác như Anh, Mỹ hoặc Canada. 1,505 more words


8 NO-BRAINERS for passing IELTS

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Let’s face it sometimes the obvious just has to be said. When you are studying for the IELTS exam sometimes you just get so far inside it you lose sight of the basics. 566 more words


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

Learning English

Easily Confused Words: Strait vs. Straight

Strait and straight are homophones and easily confused words. The spell-check application of most word processing software programs would not catch a slip-up of these two words. 368 more words

Easily Confused Words

5 MORE Typical IELTS PROS AND CONS essays and IDEAS for planning notes

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After the amazing response from the last batch if ideas for IELTS PROS AND CONS essays, I’ve created some more … check them out. 570 more words