CaMLA Global
CaMLA Global
yesterday at 13:17. Facebook
Take a look at the answer to yesterday’s question. Did you surmise the right answer?

Have you ever surmised something and felt certain about it, but later found out that you were wrong?
Take a look at the answer to yesterday’s question Did you surmise the right answer
CaMLA Global
CaMLA Global
06/22/2017 at 13:09. Facebook
What’s your best guess for the meaning of this advanced vocabulary word? Try using the word "surmise" in a new sentence below. ;)
Whats your best guess for the meaning of this advanced vocabulary word
Roy Rorot Edward Turnip
Pushpa Reddy
Mey Lie Tha
CaMLA Global
CaMLA Global
06/21/2017 at 17:14. Facebook
Here’s a phrase you might see in a review of a play or movie. Have you seen any movies lately where someone stole the show? :)
Heres a phrase you might see in a review of a play
Jon Selaya
CaMLA Global
CaMLA Global
06/20/2017 at 17:17. Facebook
Did you get the answers right to yesterday’s quiz?
1. in
2. native/indigenous
3. tend
4. if/when

How about the pronunciation?
[ Cambridge.org Link ]
Did you get the answers right to yesterday’s quiz
CaMLA Global
Mey Lie Tha
CaMLA Global
CaMLA Global
06/19/2017 at 17:27. Facebook
Hi FB friends! Try filling in the blanks on this quiz. Do peonies grow where you live? Bonus points if you know how to pronounce this flower’s name. :)
Hi FB friends Try filling in the blanks on this quiz Do
Sualeha Khalid
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Was your answer to yesterday’s advanced vocabulary question the correct one? Would you describe your study of English vocabulary words as methodical, or do you have a different learning style?
Was your answer to yesterdays advanced vocabulary question the correct one Would
Here’s a new advanced vocabulary question for you. Which option do you think is correct?
Here’s a new advanced vocabulary question for you Which option do you think is correct
Periklis Xesternos
Mey Lie Tha
Hi FB friends! Here are the answers from yesterday’s quiz. How did you do? What’s the best compliment that you’ve ever received?
Hi FB friends Here are the answers from yesterdays quiz How did
Mey Lie Tha
Roy Rorot Edward Turnip
Difficult spelling alert: “Compliment” vs. “Complement”!

A compliment, with an “I,” is a flattering remark:
“Hey Mary, that’s a nice dress.”
“Thanks Paul. What a nice compliment.”

A complement, with an “E,” is when something goes well with something else; it enhances it, or improves the overall effect: “This wine really complements the cheese.”
Difficult spelling alert: “Compliment” vs “Complement”
Roy Rorot Edward Turnip
Sebastião Ribeiro
Kunpisit Kosumsupamala
Hi Friends! Thank you to everyone who posted their answer! The correct choice is "B", validate. How did you do?
Hi Friends Thank you to everyone who posted their answer The correct
Mey Lie Tha
Hi FB friends! Check out this vocabulary question. What do you think? A B C or D? We’ll post the answer tomorrow. :)
Hi FB friends Check out this vocabulary question What do you think
Yusuf Salama
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Here are words to fill in the blanks from yesterday’s quiz.
How’d you do? :)
1. to
2. It
3. a
4. I’ll/I will
Here are words to fill in the blanks from yesterday’s quiz
Andy Velarde
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Nadjet Ahmed
Hi FB friends! Read this letter and see if you can fill in the missing words. Then check back tomorrow to see the answers. :)
Hi FB friends Read this letter and see if you can fill
Andy Velarde
Nadjet Ahmed
Hamzah D. El-Hersh
Take a look at the following idiom. Have you ever heard someone use it before? It can be a useful phrase when admitting you are a beginner at something!
Take a look at the following idiom Have you ever heard someone
Check out the answer to yesterday’s vocab question. Do you think it’s important for clubs to be inclusive? Why or why not?
Check out the answer to yesterdays vocab question Do you think its
Mey Lie Tha
Can you figure out the correct choice for this vocabulary question? Check tomorrow to see the answer! :)
Can you figure out the correct choice for this vocabulary question Check
Roy Rorot Edward Turnip
Mey Lie Tha
Have a look at the following fact. Does this surprise you? Are there any new words you’ve heard people come up with recently? :)
Have a look at the following fact Does this surprise you Are
Take a look at the following word. Have you ever heard someone say it before? The word itself looks and sounds a little silly, but it can be a useful term to use! You might also say that someone has "ants in their pants".
Take a look at the following word Have you ever heard someone
Ree Zangana
Hi FB friends! Did you get the answers right to yesterday’s quiz? Did you feel inspired to do some cooking? :)

1. without
2. there
3. on
4. best
5. or
Hi FB friends Did you get the answers right to yesterdays quiz
Joanne Coobareli
If you don’t have the right ingredients to bake a cake, use your free time to take this quiz instead!
If you dont have the right ingredients to bake a cake use
Ryan Neruda