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Learning Through Headlines: Demi Lovato slays the national anthem at Mayweather-McGregor fight

29 Aug , 2017  

There are lots of really colloquial ways to say that someone did a really good job doing something in English. We’ll look at a few of them in today’s Learning Through Headlines! https://ca.yahoo.com/news/demi-lovato-slays-national-anthem-040710818.html If you’re looking for a way to slay those English mistakes, look no further than our Real Deal English study bots. Find […]

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Learning Through Headlines: Price slump, tight cash wreak havoc in Canada’s top housing market

26 Aug , 2017  

August 25, 2017: Native speakers of a langue often make mistakes too. Today we’re going to talk about a phrase that English speakers get wrong all the time! https://ca.yahoo.com/finance/news/price-slump-tight-cash-wreak-051804430.html Wanna wreak havoc on those English mistakes? Look no further than our Real Deal English study bots. Bots away athttps://m.me/realdealenglish!

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Learning Through Headlines: Megyn Kelly was a total eclipse buzzkill on ‘Today’

23 Aug , 2017  

August 22, 2017: When lots of people are really excited about something, we say there is a lot of buzz around it. What do you call someone who wants to kill that buzz? Find out in today’s Learning Through Headlines! https://www.yahoo.com/movies/megyn-kelly-total-eclipse-buzzkill-today-180848008.html There’s a lot of buzz around our new Real Deal English study bots. Don’t […]

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Learning Through Headlines: Game of Thrones’ next White Walker battle is looming

20 Aug , 2017  

August 19, 2017: Finally we get the chance to use GoT as material for LTH! Don’t miss today’s episode, where we talk about the word “looming.” https://ca.yahoo.com/news/m/f7048b92-05a7-31f7-9615-c94661576296/game-of-thrones’-next-white.html And while you’re at it, why not try out our RDE study bots? The only thing looming here is a battle to defeat English mistakes! https://m.me/realdealenglish

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Learning Through Headlines: Employer not on the hook for injured worker’s housing

16 Aug , 2017  

August 15, 2017: If you’re “on the hook,” it means that you’re responsible or liable for something. As you could imagine, it’s rarely a fun place be! We’ll hook you up with this phrase in today’s LTH! http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/north/nwt-supreme-court-employee-housing-1.4245790 If you’re looking for a new way to improve your English, why not try our hookless Study […]

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Learning Through Headlines: GM recalls 700,000 trucks for busted steering systems

14 Aug , 2017  

  August 14, 2017: Today we busted our butts to make you an episode about the meaning of the word “Busted!” https://ca.finance.yahoo.com/news/gm-recalls-700-000-trucks-busted-steering-systems-214948840.html Know something that isn’t busted? Our Real Deal English study bots: Find them at https://m.me/realdealenglish

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Learning Through Headlines: Bolt has farewell party crashed, but not by De Grasse, in 100 final at worlds

7 Aug , 2017  

August 6, 2017: This headline is the next inductee into our Learning Through Headlines Wall of Shame. Find out why in today’s lesson! https://ca.sports.yahoo.com/news/bolt-farewell-party-crashed-not-001658234.html Speaking of parties, why not trying having a blast with our Real Deal English study bots!? Super effective and easy to use https://m.me/realdealenglish

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Learning Through Headlines: You Can Buy This Historic Home for $10 — But There’s a Catch

5 Aug , 2017  

August 4, 2017: “Too good to be true” is a phrase that comes up a lot in daily life. The reason things are too good to be true is that there usually is a catch. Find out the meaning of this expression in today’s Learning Through Headlines! https://ca.yahoo.com/finance/news/buy-historic-home-10-catch-121037180.html Don’t forget to try out our Real […]

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Learning Through Headlines: Nicole Kidman Says ‘Big Little Lies’ Season 2 Is ‘Very Up in the Air’

2 Aug , 2017  

August 1, 2017: Saying that something is “up in the air” means that it is still unknown, or as of yet unsettled. Find out how to use this phrase in today’s Learning Through Headlines! https://ca.news.yahoo.com/nicole-kidman-says-apos-big-002800690.html And don’t forget to check out our Real Deal English study bots, the perfect guide on your English journey: https://m.me/realdealenglish