Happy New Year!!!
Final exams are finished for many students! It's time to relax with friends and family before the next semester begins. In California, that might mean a beach bonfire, or traveling for winter break.
How about sharing some things you like to do during school break?
Hoping you have a(n) ______ weekend! :)
Hi Friends, we are overdue for an #EnglishQuiz! Here is a pronunciation check.

Pick the pair that does NOT rhyme (sound the same):
a. hit / quit
b. heat / street
c. hit / heat
d. queen / scene
Happy Thanksgiving!
Hi Friends, here is Homer's video describing the idiom "hitting the books".
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"don't let anyone slow you down. keep going. keep working."

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Getting ready for Halloween!!

English is tough. "Boo" is pronounced /bu/. If you add a 'k' to make it 'book' it's pronounced /bʊk/. Tough!

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English is spoken as a first or second language in so many countries. Why not start practicing now? Then... book your next trip!
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International Day of the Girl Child, 11 October

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Do You Know Which Commonly Misused Words Complete These Sentences?

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I think we're overdue for an #EnglishQuiz!
Which words rhyme or sound the same?

a. sit/seat
b. tough/through
c. back/bag
d. thumb/handsome

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Hi Friends! Are you ready for an #EnglishQuiz? Which answer is best?

Q: "When is the party for Julia?"

A1. "Is Friday at 9."
A2. "It will be Friday at 9."
A3. "It's Friday at 9."

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