Emergency

Useful vocabulary and phrases Help!Call the fire department!Stop!Call 911 / Call 999!Fire!Is anyone here a doctor?Call a doctor!I can't breathe.Call the police! Dialogues Dialogue 1 Help. I can't breathe.Ok, Ok. …

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The Future Continuous Tense

The future continuous tense is used to say what will be happening at a future time. How to make the future continuous tense The future continuous tense is made by:will…

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apart from/except for

'not including', 'everything in this group, but not this one' I play football every day apart from Monday.I play football every day except for Monday. All the students passed, apart…

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that said

but, however, on the other hand(Used to introduce a negative after a positive, or a positive after a negative) “He really has studied well this term. That said, I think…

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unless

x will be true if y doesn’t happen; x won’t be true if y does happen I’m going to break your legs unless you pay me. Nobody can come in…

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instead of

won't do x, because change to y(rejecting one idea in favour of another) When she heard he was a vegetarian, she decided to cook pasta instead of chicken. Instead of…

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let alone/much less/never mind

Can’t do a small thing, so certainly can’t do the bigger thing I can’t remember my first kiss, let alone if it was any good. We don’t have enough money…

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without a doubt

certainly, 100%, no question That was, without a doubt, the funniest movie I have ever seen. Without a doubt she is the stupidest person I have ever met! They deserved…

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Undergraduate Paper (Year 1; Report and Proposal)

Report for Edinburgh City Council on the Benefits of Green Infrastructure, Including Proposed Implementation within Edinburgh City Centre Introduction This report, produced for Edinburgh City Council, concerns the matter of…

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