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The way we spell things in English is not always the way we pronounce them. Take these four letters, for example, o-u-g-h. How do we pronounce them? There are up to 11 different ways of pronouncing this sound – learn all about them with Thomas! 

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#esl #elt #vocab https://t.co/JKhhGpuhmu
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One-year-old twins, born conjoined at the head, have made eye contact for the very first time after undergoing a rare separation surgery in Israel. The girls are said to be recovering well.

How long did the operation to separate the twins take?

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There is also a difference in register with these expressions- 'bang on' and 'spot on' are both adjective phrases that we use informally, whereas the others are more neutral. They are both derived from the metaphor of hitting a target exactly in the centre.
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Love Emma Raducanu? The tennis superstar gained millions of new fans when she won the US Open at the age of just 18! Learn how to use ‘dig deep’ to talk about the things that challenge you – and remember to write a sentence using the expression below!
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https://t.co/NqKe5I7Y42
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We can also use the word 'everything' with this idiom, for example: 'the moment when everything clicks into place.'
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This is a great idiom to mean 'reveal a secret,' can you think of any other sayings or idioms which use the word 'bean' or 'beans'?
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These are some great idioms which use the noun gold. Can you think of any idioms which use the adjective - 'golden'?
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✅ We all love the feeling of getting something #right. But what are some alternatives to the word ‘correct’? Read the table to find out and tell us about something you got ‘bang on’ recently! ✅ ✅ 
(Note: these are not exact synonyms and may not work in every sentence).

#esl https://t.co/fG6cfQVzOG
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