Avoid using the word 'very'

Avoid using the word 'very'

Using "very" is lazy. Students can do better than "very"! Es lo mismo en espanol. Por ejemplo, la palabra 'muy'.

Aprende a buscar en Google. Algunos trucos: pic.twitter.com/RkMpzV0j5x

Aprende a buscar en Google. Algunos trucos: pic.twitter.com/RkMpzV0j5x

ASL Numbers 1 to 30 - American Sign Language Chart great for advancing baby sign language

ASL Numbers 1 to 30 - American Sign Language Chart great for advancing baby sign language

Aprende español: 46 palabras geniales para sustituir la palabra “MUY” [Podcast 045] Learn Spanish in fun and easy way with our award-winning podcast: http://espanolautomatico.com/podcast/045REPIN for later

Aprende español: 46 palabras geniales para sustituir la palabra “MUY” [Podcast 045] Learn Spanish in fun and easy way with our award-winning podcast: http://espanolautomatico.com/podcast/045REPIN for later

Diferencias entre Isotipo, Logotipo, Imagotipo e Isologo

Diferencias entre Isotipo, Logotipo, Imagotipo e Isologo

Quién no ha dudado alguna vez entre estas “palabras? Y quién no ha tenido que explicar una y otra vez la diferencia a un cliente que te mira con cara rara, sin entender nada, como si le ha…

Mitos de la lengua española 2 by Bacanika

Mitos de la lengua española 2 by Bacanika

Ortografía

Ortografía

juego para hablar. Me sirve de repaso en GKII:

juego para hablar. Me sirve de repaso en GKII:

The Bengali alphabet is the writing system for the Bengali language. The script with variations is shared by Assamese and is basis for Meitei, Bishnupriya Manipuri, Kokborok, Garo and Mundari alphabets. All these languages are spoken in the eastern region of South Asia. Direction: Left-to-right. Time period 11th Century to the present. Parent systems: Proto-Sinaitic, Phoenician, Aramaic, Brāhmī, Gupta, Siddham, Assamese/Bengali.

The Bengali alphabet is the writing system for the Bengali language. The script with variations is shared by Assamese and is basis for Meitei, Bishnupriya Manipuri, Kokborok, Garo and Mundari alphabets. All these languages are spoken in the eastern region of South Asia. Direction: Left-to-right. Time period 11th Century to the present. Parent systems: Proto-Sinaitic, Phoenician, Aramaic, Brāhmī, Gupta, Siddham, Assamese/Bengali.

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