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English powerpoint: "IDIOMATIC EXPRESSIONS" Number 9

Attractive Presentation in a Series of Everyday Idioms, for Speaking, Listening, Reading and Writing. Completely Automatic, so Teacher can relax for 10 minutes. Learn ´real English´. Have fun!

Age: +5
 Format: PowerPoint
5 out of 5, rated by 2 teachers

Copyright 14/5/2017  Leslie Douglas
Publication or redistribution of any part of this document is forbidden without authorization of the copyright owner.

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          posted by maryse peyé 20170515
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Thanks!          posted by Ekaterina69 20170515
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          posted by kohai 20170515
You ARE in my good books, dear Les.
Thank you for sharing!


Thank you very much!          posted by kohai 20170515
P.S. I´d love to know how common the use of the questions like "Have you a cat?" and "Had you a cat?" is. Are they fine both for spoken and written English? Till now I thought that only "Have you got a cat?" and "Do you have a cat?" are correct.


One very Big Thank you, dear Les :) :) :)           posted by medderraz 20170515