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Today's expression:

turn up the heat on: to cause someone to feel pressure or nervousness.

Bill's boss is turn up the heat on all of his employees. Now they have to work faster and they have to work longer hours.

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straight: okay; even.

You don't have to give me any money. We're straight.

 

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These students came to the website to study English in April 2014. Send your photo here.

Nia

Nia -- Greece

Toussaint
Toussaint -- France
Julia

Julia -- Brazil

Mohammad
Mohammad - Afghanistan
Ludmila
Ludmila -- Ukraine
Aiub
Aiub -- Kurdistan
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Christina -- Egypt
 
 
 
 

   

 

 

 

   
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