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The English Phrasal Verb - Fob Off On That shopkeeper tried to fob that counterfeit money off on me. You let the shopkeeper fob those fake banknotes off on you? You can’t just fob those dodgy notes off on anyone you meet.
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This quiz looks at 24 words of 4 letters which have two or more meanings. The words are: broom, cape, chop, coin, crab, dash, down, duck, fall, fine, form, hand, head, host, junk, lean, nose, post, rest, slip, wake, well, will, wind You will see the two definitions and must decide which of the 24 words is defined by both definitions. Enter the word in the box and see if you are right. This is a useful little quiz for learning some common vocab
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Proverbs are ancient words of wisdom handed down through the ages. Often, they provide sound advice that you’d be wise to follow. However, some English proverbs seem to contradict other well-known proverbs. In this Video English Lesson I’ll take a look at 10 of them.
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There are certain words in English that are confusing because we spell them the same, they sound the same, but they don't mean the same things. These words are called homonyms. Saw is a homonym, as is rose, and countless others. This video lesson introduces some of these homonyms and helps with your understanding and pronunciation. You will never again be confused by the verb to tire or the noun,