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hi chief ,
A novel approach.
I like the novelty of it
And the face that u keep learning guid in mix.
I like the video feed of the lesson.
Talking about “Are You a Pig, Owl, Beaver, or Clam?”…
I had to open my English book of synonyms and similes.
We use the same similes mentioned by you.
But there are and differences.
A child eats like a little bird, very little.
Hungry people eat very quickly like a pig, a lot of something , or improperly.
I was running like a horse all day long, I was very busy.
And maybe I am as stubborn as a mule.
Thank you for the fact that you determined me to open my
English Grammar Book.
As I can say that I learned the English language by my self as a hobby,
I have many gaps.
At last I have found why “color” is not “colour” thanks to the Jeff’s post.
And all about Noah Webster and his dictionaries, Merriam – Webster
Dictionary… and of course why “zee” is not “zed”.
In the dictionaries from my country, it is mentioned separate the meaning
of a word in Britain English and American English.
I miss all our dear blog friends.
Why don’t they post a very little comment?