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"Lay Down" x "Lie Down".

Uma dúvida na vida do professor de educação bilíngue é: Quando usar “Lay Down” ou “Lie Down”?

A explicação acima é simples e direta. Você usa “Lay Down” quando vai colocar algo no chão, e usa “Lie Down” quando o comando é deitar-se no chão. 167 more words

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Word of the Week 20/10/2017 Packing #WotW

Since the suitcases weren’t put away after our last holiday, I’ve been able to get organised for the next one at a nice leisurely pace. Most of it done now, the wine is packed (of course) and today I got the kids nice new wash bags to put their stuff in. 59 more words

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New Word of the Month: Kilonova!

Hey, Sky Fans!

How’s everyone been? Man, has it ever been busy! Guinea pigs here, exciting new breakfast cereals there.

All apologies for not writing much lately. 207 more words

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Word of the Week: Comminatory (Late)

Word of the Week: Comminatory

Definition: Threatening, punitive, or vengeful.

Example Sentence: The mom spoke to the killer in a comminatory voice, telling him that she would rip him to shreds for murdering her son. 31 more words

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Grow in Love with Jesus - Word of the Week

Edition #54

Romans 8:35
“So who can separate us? What can come between us and the love of God’s Anointed? Can troubles hardships, persecutions, hunger, poverty, danger or ever death?”

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Word of the Week #81:

Scavenger

Have you seen one?

You probably have.

You may not have noticed them, or identified them for what they really are, and one cannot really blame you for that. 296 more words

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Eidolon

(ahy-doh-luh n)
Noun

An Idealized person or thing; a specter or phantom.

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