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It has been raining all night, hasn’t it?

wind chimes (photo of chimes); chimes; chimney (photo of chimney)
prying or interfere

If I were you, I wouldn’t do that.
If I were in your shoes, I wouldn’t accept her invitation.

dispute; argument; quarrel; controversy; altercation; row; boundary dispute; brawl; first row; raw meat; row your own boat

#Proverb | Saying | idiom | Slang |
pain in the arse (ass)
pain in the neck
pain in the rear /rɪə/

row your own boat
mind your own business
refrain from prying or interfering.
“I asked her if he’d come home and she told me to mind my own business”


Good English, well spoken and well written will open more doors than a college degree… Bad English will slam doors you don’t even know exist.

decide to do something
decision to do something
She refused to discuss her decision to quit the group.
We finally came to a firm decision on the matter.
reach/come to a decision
We hope they will reach their decision as soon as possible.
arrive at a decision
reconsider a decision
He said he wasn’t prepared to reconsider his decision.

#Photo Dictionary
OXFORD Photo-Dictionary – Propositions of Motions

BBC Learning English – How to talk about rain

#Topic | Article
Doing the same things vs. trying new things
185 Questions and Answers Topic 55, P. 159-162

expresses appreciation for something that was done. Business Letters for busy people, P. 66


Extra 4, E19

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