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Rambunctious—adjectiveSynonyms: Noisy, unruly, disorderly, energetic, unrestrained Imagine: Kids who have just eaten a lot of sugar. They have too much energy, they are running around, shouting, and acting crazy. Examples:She was tired after spending all afternoon with a classroom of rambunctious preschoolers. Once the puppies reached about 6
The utility of good deeds has been a trending topic for millennia. People have been expressing their opinions about it for as long as we can trace the history of human thought, worldview, and moral codes.
Together with my students, we ran a conversation club all about study and mental health. We met with people from all over the world and shared useful advice to help each other feel relaxed and motivated with English. We’d like to share our findings with you!
It goes without saying that we should learn a language to be able to read books and novels in that language, as you need to understand the language to be able to understand what you are reading.
The phrase “year old,” which indicates an age, should be hyphenated in specific situations that we’re going to explain. This means avoiding the hyphen in others.
There are so many valuable resources online for language teachers — but how to choose the best ones from everything out there?
Lmk is one of the most common abbreviations used in text messages and emails, standing for “let me know,” either capitalized or not.
“USED TO DO something” means something was happening on a regular basis in the past but is not happening anymore. “USED TO DOING something” means that you have become acclimated to a certain behavior, situation, or lifestyle.