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As we celebrate English Language Day, find out how some of us have been learning English.

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04/22/2017 at 13:00. Facebook
We go through each day experiencing different feelings as we react to people and things around us - it even happens on social media! Let's explore some reactions you can use in person and online.
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04/22/2017 at 06:00. Facebook
A common way of paying for something here in Australia is to tap your card on a machine. This is sometimes referred to as 'tap and go'. Check out this video for more words related to making a payment.

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04/21/2017 at 13:00. Facebook
To ‘come up with new ideas’ means to brainstorm possibilities and think of different options. So if you want to achieve your goal of starting your own business, you may have to ‘come up with new ideas’.
Eg: "The teacher asked us to come up with new ideas."
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04/20/2017 at 13:00. Facebook
Can you identify words with the same letter pattern: 'igh', 'ear' or 'str'? Learn some words as you go through this fun game!
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Search for words with 'igh', 'ear' and 'str' on Letter Planet!

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04/20/2017 at 06:00. Facebook
To 'board' means to get on to a vehicle such as a tram, bus or boat.
"I board the tram to get to work every morning."

As a noun 'board' can refer to a long, thin piece of wood.
"The carpenter nailed some boards across the broken door."

It can also refer to a place on a wall where we post information.
"Have you seen the notice board? There's a poster saying class is cancelled tomorrow."
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04/20/2017 at 06:00. Facebook
The word 'feeling' refers to an emotional state. When we feel something, we often react.

To 'react' means to say, feel or do something in response to what has happened.

Take a look at the article below to learn more about words related to feelings and reactions.

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04/20/2017 at 06:00. Facebook
When do you use 'specially' or 'especially'?
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04/19/2017 at 13:00. Facebook
Watch a rainforest appear and grow, and explore the three layers of an Australian rainforest as you play this game. Learn how to pronounce tricky words like 'mulch', 'temperate' and 'species'.

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04/18/2017 at 13:00. Facebook
What's the difference between 'advice' and 'advise'?
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04/18/2017 at 06:00. Facebook
Trying to make a payment in Australia? You may want to use 'cash' or 'credit'. Find out more about words related to making a payment here.

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04/18/2017 at 01:07. Facebook
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04/18/2017 at 00:02. Facebook
We are just back from the Easter break and we are going through your comments and questions. We appreciate your patience and will respond to you as soon as possible.

In the meantime, check out some words and phrases related to Easter - long weekend, hot cross buns and Easter eggs.

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04/17/2017 at 13:42. Facebook
Talking about your favourite food can be a fun and interesting topic. Find out more below! ????
Talking about your favourite food can be a fun and interesting topic

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Learn how to describe about Australian fashion by listening to people in Melbourne describe what fashion means to them.
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To start a conversation with someone you've just met, it's fairly safe to talk about what people have just done. For this, we use the present perfect 'have'.
"Have you been here long?"
"Have you been to Sydney before?"
"Have you seen the Opera House?"
"Have you tried any restaurants?"

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In an IELTS test, you may be asked to write about the benefits of staying healthy and what you are doing to stay healthy. Watch this video to find out more.
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A climber is someone who climbs.
"On the Sydney Harbour Bridge, about two-thirds of our climbers are tourists from overseas."

Climb can be a verb.
"I'm going to climb the Sydney Harbour Bridge when I go to Australia."

Climb can also be a noun.
"It's about tailoring a climb specifically for individual customers."

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Climbing the Sydney Harbour Bridge

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As Australians get ready for winter, here's is how you can talk about staying warm in winter.
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How do you go about inviting someone to something?
"Look, we're having a small dinner for some of our clients and friends after this. Why don't you join us?"

Spoken invitations in this kind of situation are semi-formal. It's more like a suggestion than a formal invitation. There are a few different phrases you can use.
"Why don't you join us?"
"Perhaps you could join us?"
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