If you are working from home, then you know staying sane can be an issue. Spending all day trying to get things done from home can be hard. Working while your family is home, your partner and perhaps kids can also be challenging. Still, practicing your English is the only way it will improve and so I've tried to offer tips in this issue of bauenglish about working from home as well as provide you with some ballpark statistics of how much you could be saving by working from home. Anyway, I hope you enjoy the fun of this lesson.
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Exercise answers: b. explain, c. tackle, d. focus on, e. cover, f. talk through, g. turn your attention to, h. consider, i. discuss , j. deal with. Odds and ends, hairdresser, nervous breakdown, appetite, Unscramble words: 2. assist, 3. consent, 4. clarify, 5. regulate, 6. address, 7. confirm, 8. employ, 9. deplete, 10. attempt.
I hope you enjoyed the exercises and that you've added some new words to your vocabulary. Until next time.
Looking at change in the system of synonyms. Looking at saying the same thing in other words. Bauenglish uses English lessons to create humor. This lesson uses satire to talk about the language we use and how we can use that language to make a point. We can use language to bring people together as well as to divide. The language of small talk is a lesson that looks at the meta-language of English as well. What we are trying to do with the language and how we should be trying to do more in speaking English than just talking off the top of our heads.
innumerate, without a basic knowledge of mathematics and arithmetic.
True, the significant word is "potential" what is possible.
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Staying home for some is a blessing and for others it is a curse. I looked for some signs of grammar in the home and found the idea of place and idioms that go with house and home. That is the topic for this issue of bauenglish as well as understanding i.e. the idea of "in other words".
The answers: It's not my place: 2. b 3. c 4. d 5. e 6. d 7. a- I hope you have enjoyed this installment of bauenglish!
ANNABELLE B-BAUMANN, Communication Coach
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