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✔ The British English Expression - As long as your arm. The expression as long as your arm means extremely long, and is usually used with lists of things done or to be done. As far as these British English expressions are concerned, I have a list of videos to make as long as your arm. Let's get on with it, then. We've got a list of things to do as long as your arm.
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Sherlock Holmes is the greatest detective that ever existed. Nowhere in the universe would you find another who shares his singular ability to deduce the truth. And there's his friend Dr. Watson. This joke centres on Watson's attempt to out-deduce Holmes himself. You might have heard this joke before, but it's never been told like this. Learn dozens of new words and expressions in English and have a good laugh at the same time. I'm sure Sir Arthur Co
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There are many forms of transport available to us today. I’d like to talk about what I consider to be the best form of transport there is – the bicycle. Let’s take a look in detail at the vocabulary of the bicycle. There are over a billion bicycles in the world. Until recently, the bicycle was the world’s most popular form of transport. Unfortunately, there are now over a billion cars in the world, too, and there will be another billion in twenty years
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In this lesson, we are going to look at the vowel sound that we find in the word bird /ɜ:/. You can see that this vowel has two dots after it which indicates that it is a long vowel sound.The /ɜ:/ sound is a central accented vowel sound with no lip rounding. Technically, this vowel sound is the open-mid central unrounded vowel. It is a sound that does not normally occur in other languages besides English.Notice that on the chart, the /ɜ:/ sits next to the /ɜ:/vowel sound /ɜ:/. The two so