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We all lose things from time to time. Sometimes we find what we’ve lost and give a huge sigh of relief. Really, we’ve just misplaced it. But at other times, what we have lost is well and truly lost, and it’s goodbye.
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Ray recently bought a new badminton racket in the sale. But after playing a couple of matches, he noticed that the stitching around the edge of the frame was starting to come undone. He took the racket back to the shop where he’d bought it.
Ray recently bought a new badminton racket in the sale. But after playing a couple of matches, he noticed that the stitching around the edge of the frame was starting to come undone. He took the racket back to the shop where he’d bought it.
Jake is very committed to fitness, but not for the reasons you may think.
Jake is very committed to fitness, but not for the reasons you may think.
What are you eating for lunch? Lunch is a very important meal but not many people put enough thought into what and how they lunch. 'My Food' magazine recently did a quick survey about what people eat for lunch on a work day when they don't have the time or the money to go to a restaurant or cook...
What are you eating for lunch? Lunch is a very important meal but not many people put enough thought into what and how they lunch. 'My Food' magazine recently did a quick survey about what people eat for lunch on a work day when they don't have the time or the money to go to a restaurant or cook at...
‘Hold your horses’ is a popular idiom. It means wait and think before you go ahead and do something. We say 'Hold your horses' when someone is rushing into something. We want them to wait a moment, to be careful and patient before acting. Listen to these two conversations in which someone is told...
‘Hold your horses’ is a popular idiom. It means wait and think before you go ahead and do something. We say 'Hold your horses' when someone is rushing into something. We want them to wait a moment, to be careful and patient before acting. These two conversations in which someone is told to hold...
Laura and Brian are interviewing Mr King, their NET teacher.
Laura and Brian are interviewing Mr King, their NET teacher.