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Katakana (Japanese)

Katakana (Japanese)

English Grammar - Is it "Me and John" or "I and John"?

English Grammar - Is it "Me and John" or "I and John"?

Free printable body parts flash cards. Download them in PDF format at http://flashcardfox.com/download/body-parts-flash-cards/

Free printable body parts flash cards. Download them in PDF format at http://flashcardfox.com/download/body-parts-flash-cards/

Chopstick etiquette is no joke! Nobody will judge you if you fumble a bit, but the items listed here are definitely faux pas.

Chopstick etiquette is no joke! Nobody will judge you if you fumble a bit, but the items listed here are definitely faux pas.

“Rob Peter to pay Paul” means “to take from one in order to give something owed to another”.  Example: Why borrow money to pay your bills? That’s just robbing Peter to pay Paul.

“Rob Peter to pay Paul” means “to take from one in order to give something owed to another”. Example: Why borrow money to pay your bills? That’s just robbing Peter to pay Paul.

Japanese language

Japanese language

Japonés

Japonés

Educational infographic : 60 everyday words that are different in British and American English

Educational infographic : 60 everyday words that are different in British and American English

English Grammar Discussion Practice, First Conditional, 16 Question Strips, http://www.allthingsgrammar.com/first-conditional.html

English Grammar Discussion Practice, First Conditional, 16 Question Strips, http://www.allthingsgrammar.com/first-conditional.html