Energizer Bunny arrested, charged with battery. A pessimist's blood type is always b-negative. Practice safe eating - always use condiments. A Freudian slip is when you say one thing but mean your mother. Shotgun wedding: A case of wife or death. He used to work in a blanket factory, but it folded. A hangover is the wrath of grapes.

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Resume Cheat Sheet: 222 Action Verbs To Use In Your New Resume

Resume Cheat Sheet: 222 Action Verbs To Use In Your New Resume

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Full disclosure, I pinned this because the first word means Cat-Lover~ The 100 most beautiful words in English

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The 100 Most Beautiful Words in English, I would say 100 of the most beautiful words, only a one hundred? How about just 100 beautiful words in English?

The difference between ALL, EVERY and EACH in English

We have already seen the difference between All day vs. Every day vs. Well, I have just created a new chart about the difference between All, Every and Each with other words: Note: This c…

We have a NEW English Grammar chart for you. This time we show you the difference between This, That, These, Those (These words are called Demonstratives in English) You can find more information a...

We have a NEW English Grammar chart for you. This time we show you the difference between This, That, These, Those (These words are called Demonstratives in English) You can find more information a.

Caution: False Cognates Skinny Poster Spanish, Posters: Teacher's Discovery

Show your students the real meanings of 47 false friends with this helpful poster. Drive home the importance of looking up new words in the dictionary! 13 x 38 inches, laminated to last forever.

Who invented more new words? Chaucer or Shakespeare?

Literary Smackdown: Chaucer vs. Shakespeare

Who Invented More New Words? A comparison by Flavorwire (and linguist Vivian Cook). Words in bold are just ones the Flavorwire staff found amusing.

Compare & Describe in English Using Idioms! - Word Perfect English

Word Perfect English has compiled 5 idioms lists just for you! Our teachers have thought of the most used English people idioms and created some beautiful word lists

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