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FairBridge Inn Express 591 Routes 6 and 209, Milford, Pennsylvania, 18337 Hotel is near several popular attractions, Grey Towers, Delaware Water Gap, Malibu Dude Ranch, George W. Childs Recreation, All Rooms gives guests Free Wireless High-Speed Internet Access. Guests can enjoy swimming in Pool, All rooms feature refrigerators, microwaves, hair dryers, Free Hot Breakfast, coffee makers and cable televisions etc.
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Holiday Inn Express Orlando South-Davenport 4050 Hotel Drive, Davenport, Florida, 33897 Hotel is near several popular attractions Animal Kingdom, Blizzard Beach, Disney Hollywood Studios, Walt Disney World, All Rooms gives guests Free Wireless High-Speed Internet Access. Guests can enjoy swimming in Pool, All rooms feature refrigerators, microwaves, hair dryers, Free Hot Breakfast, coffee makers and cable televisions etc.
3 Feb 2018
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Holiday Inn Express Hotel Suites Orlando Ocoee East 7474 West Colonial Drive Orlando Florida 32818 Hotel is near several popular attractions Universal Studios Orlando, Sea World Adventure Park, Orange County Convention Center, Walt Disney World Resort, All Rooms gives guests Free Wireless High-Speed Internet Access. Guests can enjoy swimming in Pool, All rooms feature refrigerators, microwaves, hair dryers, Free Hot Breakfast, coffee makers and cable televisions etc.
3 Feb 2018
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Expressions with, CATCH, HOLD, and KEEP
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10 English Expressions with the Word GO
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36 Expressions With GET “Get” is a great word in English! It is used in so many different ways. GET + Adjective Get Married We’re getting married next year – the wedding will be in August. Get Divorced Brenda got divorced ten years ago, and she hasn’t seen her ex-husband since! Get Angry My sister gets really angry when I borrow her clothes without telling her. Get Tired It’s late and I’m getting tired. Let’s go home. Get Dark The theater’s getting dark – I think the movie is starting! Get Lost Philip got lost in the NYC subway and had to ask for directions to Times Square. GET + Comparative Get Better Larissa’s getting better at dancing. She practices every day. Get Worse If your headache gets worse, you should see a doctor. Get More Expensive It’s getting more and more expensive to buy an apartment in Rio de Janeiro. Get Safer Buying things online has gotten safer with tools like PayPal. Get More Important It’s getting more important to speak multiple languages in today’s globalized world. Get Deeper Be careful – the water gets deeper quickly on that side of the pool. GET + Preposition (Phrasal Verbs) Get Up My alarm clock goes off at 6:30, but I don’t get up until 7:15. Get Along With I get along really well with my colleagues. They’re a pleasure to work with. Get Into How did the dog get into the house? He’s supposed to stay outside! Get Out Randall got out of the car to check the tires. Get Around It’s very easy to get around Berlin – there’s a great subway system. Get Together My family always gets together for major holidays like Christmas and New Year’s. GET + A Place = Arrive Get To The Office My boss always gets to the office by 7:30 AM. Get Home I had to work overtime, so I didn’t get home until midnight. Get To School Sarah got to school late and missed her first class. Get To The Train Station When they got to the train station, they realized they’d left their tickets at home. Get To The Store Hurry up! I want to get to the store
16 Feb 2018
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15 Spoken English Expressions With The Word NO #1 – “NO BIG DEAL” / “NO BIGGIE” These expressions are used in response to a problem, to say that the problem is not a big one. Imagine you are going to take a trip to Paris, and you ask your secretary to change the flights so that you can return one day earlier – but she is not successful. Secretary: “I’m sorry, I wasn’t able to change the flight.” You: “No big deal. I don’t mind spending an extra day in Paris.” #2 – “NO CONTEST.” Say this expression when talking about a competition or a comparison, in which one person or option was OBVIOUSLY better than the other; there is no possibility of the other person/option winning. “Which restaurant is better – Subway or McDonald’s?” “Subway, no contest! McDonald’s food is disgusting.” #3 – “NO DICE.” This is a very informal expression that means “it’s not possible” or “it wasn’t possible.” “I tried to fix my car myself, but no dice. I’ll have to take it to the mechanic.” #4 – “NO HARD FEELINGS.” This phrase means you are not angry. You can use this expression after someone apologizes for doing something that could have made you angry, or when talking about a situation that could make you angry (but you are not). “I’m really sorry about missing your birthday party – I know I said I’d be there, but then I had to work overtime, and my son got sick, and I got so busy I completely forgot to call you.” “That’s OK – no hard feelings.” #5 – “NO HARM DONE.” This phrase means there was no damage or negative effects from a situation that could have caused damage. “Oh no! I accidentally pressed the wrong key and cancelled the installation of the software! What do I do now???” “No harm done – just click on the program to re-start the installation.” #6 – “…NO IFS, ANDS, OR BUTS.” This expression means that there will be absolutely NO discussion, debate, negotiation, or doubt about something. Parents often use this phrase with children: “You can’t watch TV until you finish
16 Feb 2018
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Zawinul Syndicate 75th Lugano 2007 Orient Express HD720 m2 Basscover3 Bob Roha
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Officially opened on Thursday 1st February, Lakeside marked the first of 209 Tesco Opticians stores that are being transformed into Vision Express following the acquisition by the multiple’s parent company, GrandVision.
7 Feb 2018
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Expressions Dental™ Clinic offers a wide range of dental services to the people located in Calgary. We try to resolve your dental problems and help you in maintaining good oral hygiene and health. If your oral health is bothering you, get in touch with us for suitable advice. Dental services we offer: Invisalign Dental Veneers Dental Implants Teeth Extraction Walk In Dental Care Root Canal Treatment Zoom Teeth Whitening Emergency Dental Care Dental Crowns & Bridges Dental Hygiene Botox Watch this video to know more about Expressions Dental™ Clinic, Calgary.
16 Feb 2018
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Difference Between DO And MAKE – 60 Common English Collocations.. Basic Difference Between DO And MAKE Use DO for actions, obligations, and repetitive tasks. Use MAKE for creating or producing something, and for actions you choose to do. DO generally refers to the action itself, and MAKE usually refers to the result. For example, if you “make breakfast,” the result is an omelet! If you “make a suggestion,” you have created a recommendation. Common English Collocations With DO HOUSEWORK do the housework After I got home from the office, I was too tired to do the housework. do the laundry I really need to do the laundry – I don’t have any clean clothes left! do the dishes I’ll make dinner if you do the dishes afterwards. (you can also say “wash the dishes”) do the shopping I went to the bank, did some shopping, and mailed a package at the post office. EXCEPTION: make the bed = putting blankets, sheets, and pillows in the correct place so that the bed looks nice and not messy. WORK / STUDY do work I can’t go out this weekend – I have to do some work on an extra project. do homework You can’t watch any TV until you’ve done your homework. do business We do business with clients in fifteen countries. do a good/great/terrible job She did a good job organizing the party. (in this expression, “job” doesn’t necessarily refer to work. It simply means the person did something well) do a report I’m doing a report on the history of American foreign policy. (you can also say “writing a report”) do a course We’re doing a course at the local university. (you can also say “taking a course”) TAKING CARE OF YOUR BODY do exercise I do at least half an hour of exercise every day. do your hair (= style your hair) I’ll be ready to go in 15 minutes – I just need to do my hair. do your nails (= paint your nails) Can you open this envelope for me? I just did my nails and they’re still wet. GENERAL GOOD OR BAD ACTIONS do anything / something / everything / nothing Are you doing anythin
16 Feb 2018
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Express-Visas are undoubtedly one of the top travel service companies in the world where you can apply work visa online to attain your dream job from anywhere across the globe.
20 Feb 2018
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We are selling video lecture of CBSE/Gseb/IIT JEE from class 1 to 12, for more information please visit our website or call us on 9737848471
16 Feb 2018
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20 Different Ways To Use The English Word MIND The English word “mind” refers to the center of your thoughts, memory, and imagination. In this lesson, you’ll learn 20 common English phrases using the word “mind.” To talk about making a decision, you can use the phrase “make up my mind” – for example, “I can’t make up my mind about which movie to see tonight.” A variation on this phrase is “my mind is made up” – this means you have already made your choice and implies that you are not open to changing your decision. If you do change a decision that you made previously, use the phrase “change my mind.” For example, “I’d been planning to travel this weekend, but I changed my mind because it’s been a really stressful week – so I’m going to stay home and relax.” Speaking of stress, if you have a lot of thoughts, concerns, and worries in your head, you can say “I have a lot on my mind.” When this happens, it’s good to do an activity that is fun, different, or relaxing to help “take your mind off” your problems. For example, “I’m going to the gym – exercising will help take my mind off the final exams coming up.” When you see or hear something that relieves or eliminates one of your worries, you can say it “takes a load off my mind.” For example, if you are traveling and your luggage doesn’t arrive at your destination, you would begin worrying that your luggage had been lost. But if the airline later calls you and says they’ve found your luggage and will deliver it to your hotel, you could say, “I’m glad to hear that – it takes a load off my mind.” – because it has relieved your worries about losing your luggage. Another way to talk about relief of worries is “put my mind at ease” – for example, “I was worried about starting a new job without any previous experience, but my boss told me I would receive training during my first week – that put my mind at ease.” A more continuous state of tranquility is called “peace of mind.” This phrase is used when something helps
16 Feb 2018
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This little girl was really hurt bad, you can tell by the sound of impact. But hilariously, she handled it with great maturity and delivered some serious expressions.
29 Jan 2018
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