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KA WORDCAST: Idioms and Phrasal Verbs Lesson 40 I FALL TO PIECES

Listen to KA Wordcast Lesson FORTY HERE! PDF DOWNLOAD:KA WORDCAST Idioms and Phrasal Verbs Lesson 40 PRETEST LIKE US ON FACEBOOK!     KA WORDCAST: Idioms and Phrasal Verbs Lesson 40: FALL TO PIECES I Fall to Pieces  – Patsy Cline     As some of you may already know, today’s episode of KA Wordcast: Idioms and Phrasal Verbs is,…

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KA WORDCAST: Listen and Learn LESSON EIGHT: Seeing Double

Listen to KA WORDCAST: Listen and Learn! LESSON EIGHT HERE!  LIKE us on FACEBOOK!     In today’s lesson, entitled Seeing Double, you will be listening to a passage about why two complete strangers can look nearly identical to each other. Listen carefully to the passage and then answer the questions that follow.  It’s always a good idea to take…

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KA WORDCAST: Listen and Learn LESSON SEVEN: Up, Up, and Away!

Listen to KA WORDCAST:  Listen and Learn LESSON SEVEN HERE! LIKE us on FACEBOOK!     In today’s lesson, entitled Up, Up, and Away!  you will be listening to a passage about a company in England that is taking an old idea and combining it with green technology to build a lighter-than-air aircraft for the 21st Century.  Listen carefully to…

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KA WORDCAST: Idioms and Phrasal Verbs Lesson 39: SLIP SLIDING AWAY

Listen to KA Wordcast Lesson THIRTY-NINE HERE! PDF DOWNLOAD:KA WORDCAST Idioms and Phrasal Verbs Lesson 39 PRETEST LIKE US ON FACEBOOK!       KA WORDCAST: Idioms and Phrasal Verbs Lesson 39: Slip Sliding Away Slip Sliding Away – Paul Simon   In each lesson of KA Wordcast: Idioms and Phrasal Verbs, we introduce listeners to a number of important…

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KA WORDCAST: Listen and Learn LESSON SIX: To Kill A Mockingbird

Listen to KA WORDCAST Listen and Learn LESSON SIX HERE! LIKE us on FACEBOOK!     Today, you will be listening to a passage entitled To Kill A Mockingbird about one of the most famous novels of the 20th century and the book’s author, Harper Lee.  Listen carefully to the passage and then answer the questions that follow.  It’s always…

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