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Idiom meanings using BOOK in phrases.
Some Examples from graphic:

"by the book" = following the rules.
"to read someone like a book" = to understand easily what someone is thinking or feeling.
"can't judge a book by its cover" = not to form an opinion about someone only from appearance, or first impression.

#IdiomsBook
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Conditionals: "If" (possibility) ..... (followed by an action, or consequence).
If it rains, I will take an umbrella.
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The bird has caught a fish and is giving it to the baby chick who is standing on the wood.
Verb tenses: Present Perfect (action recently completed) and Present Continuous (action in progress).

#Verbtenses
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Bloom's Taxonomy of 'Digital Planning' Verbs ~ by Teachthought
Remembering - Understanding - Applying - Analyzing - Evaluating - Creating.
Many are for every day thinking and planning use.

#planning #verbs
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"Actually..." (adverb) the truth
Used for emphasizing what is really true or what really happened

I need to talk to the person who actually made the application
We’ve spoken on the phone but we’ve never actually met
There’s a big difference between saying you’ll do something and actually doing it.

https://www.macmillandictionary.com/dictionary/british/actually
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Podcast discussing the history of parts of English.
#EnglishLanguage
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Follow BBC Learning English on Twitter.
#EnglishTeaching
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Feeling Wheel - extra verbs to match nouns in the centre.
#verbs #happy #sad #fear #anger #surprise #disgust
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to be involved

- to have active interest in
- to be active with a project
- sharing a task
- helping someone
- helping an organization

#grammar  
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To be involved in

You can use these words in many different situations.

Ex: My uncle was involved in an accident last night.
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SYNONYMS

Words with similar meanings.

'awesome' is much more exciting than 'nice'.  It is more like 'amazing'.
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