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We often use the preposition by to show how we do something. How we travel My family went to Osaka by bullet train ..read more
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According to https://www.oxfordlearnersdictionaries.com one meaning for the adjective free is – costing nothing Sentences with ..read more
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Take clothes off We put on, clothes, shoes, hats, gloves, jewelry etc. BUT We take these things off. “In Japan, people ..read more
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In last week’s English Quick Shot, we learned a common use for the phrasal verb Put Out. The meaning we practiced was about putting ..read more
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We use the words during and while to explain when something happens. I fell asleep during math class. I fell asleep while ..read more
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Put out March 3rd (third) was “Girl’s Day” in Japan. Many people put out special dolls and display them during this event. Do ..read more
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I communicate with people who use English as a second language every day. In Japan, there are a few common English mistakes that ( ..read more
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One of my friends loves to run marathons. He once asked me if I was interested in trying a half marathon. I said, “No, I’m not in good ..read more
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So and Such Some of my private and company students confuse the English words SO and SUCH. The meaning can be the same but they are used ..read more
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Everyday English – There and It In everyday English, we use the adverb there with the verb to be to say that something exists. (there ..read more

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