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Monkey Business

Idiom: Monkey business.

Meaning: Mischievous, naughty or illegal happenings.

Example: John seems 9 more words



【定員】100人 定員を超えた場合は抽選。【受 講 料】無料




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吉田研作先生のご講演は、私たちが英語教育の状況をより深く理解し、今後の方向性を見いだすための多くの示唆を与えてくれます。アカデミアホームページからぜひお申し込みください。 http://www.pref.kanagawa.jp/cnt/f7807/ Yoshida Kensaku is a very thought provoking, engaging researcher. Speaking from my own experience, after every lecture I have seen by him, I have a deeper understanding of English education in Japan. If you have a chance to hear him speak on March 21st by all means please attend. To register either fax the pdf or register at the Academia's main site. http://www.pref.kanagawa.jp/cnt/f7807/

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