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Escape Campus Bari

 image by Escape Campus Bari (@escapecampusbari) with caption : "Conosci la differenza tra “WHO“ e “WHICH“? 🇮🇹 Escape Campus arriva in Italia, con la sua prima sede a Bari! ☑️ Per infor" - 2005149596661249247
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Conosci la differenza tra “WHO“ e “WHICH“? 🇮🇹 Escape Campus arriva in Italia, con la sua prima sede a Bari! ☑️ Per informazioni: https://escapecampus.it/ 📩 Contattaci: info@escapecampus.it 📍 Vieni a trovarci nella nostra sede a Londra 👉🏻 Siamo al 37-39 di Oxford Street W1D 2DU learning

 Instagram Image by Risako (@aoi___shiro) with caption : "私ならではの視点を持った写真が撮れるようになりたい。

きっとみんなそれぞれモノを見る視点が違って、世界の切り取り方は千差万別。
だから写真は面白い。 --------------------------------------------" at Tokyo Disneyland - 2005149156502526673

私ならではの視点を持った写真が撮れるようになりたい。 きっとみんなそれぞれモノを見る視点が違って、世界の切り取り方は千差万別。 だから写真は面白い。 ----------------------------------------------------- I want to be a photographer who have an unique point of view. We probably have own viewpoints, so our ways of capturing the world are widly different from each others. That's why photography is really interesting. #englishlearning

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Bengül Bahadır Uyguner

 image by Bengül Bahadır Uyguner (@hemannehemogretmen) with caption : "Native ödevi 🤣 Gözler çizimler mükemmel 🤣
Deniz canlıları 🐳🦑🐬🐟🐋🐠🦐🐡🐙🦈🦀🐢💦🌊#native #ikincisınıftanbildiriyorum #ikincisınıf" - 2005147844625756187
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Native ödevi 🤣 Gözler çizimler mükemmel 🤣 Deniz canlıları 🐳🦑🐬🐟🐋🐠🦐🐡🐙🦈🦀🐢💦🌊 #englishlearning

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Slang Cards

 image by Slang Cards (@slangcards) with caption : "Hello! Our #slang word of the day is ”Noodle”, which means “brain”.
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That’s what we’ve found for you: “The noodle which" - 2005145500731657522
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Hello! Our word of the day is ”Noodle”, which means “brain”. ⠀ That’s what we’ve found for you: “The noodle which means "head" is actually older than the noodle which means "one of those limp dough strips steeped in hot liquid". In the form of noodle it has been around since at least 1753 whereas the edible kind of noodle dates only from about 1790. It seems, however, that noodle (the head) comes from a much earlier word - noddle. Originally, it meant just the very back of the head, anatomically the "occiput". A Middle English text of 1425, reports that St. Elizabeth of Spalbeck used to smite herself "in the nodel of the hede byhynde". ⠀ Various spellings occur in Middle English - nodyl, nodle, noddel, even nolle but that's as far back as anyone's managed to trace it. There are no known related words in any language so noodle turns out to be a splendid old word with a mysterious past.” 🤔 ⠀ Didn't understand this slang term? You need example sentences? Want to listen to the correct pronunciation? Try our app for learning English slang - click the link in @slangcards bio learning