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January 20, 2017

Our INNER CIRCLE is now free to all ESL Help Desk users!
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(to) swear in     Our Two-word Verb of the Week


Friday, January 20th, marked the end of President Barak Obama's term as president and the beginning of Donald J. Trump's. But why January 20?  Read about the verb (to) swear in.  You'll also be learning some really interesting facts about American history while you're at it!

Tune in to today's vocabulary lesson on our vocabulary blog.

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January 23, 2017

Our heavily revised GRAMMAR BOOK will be available as an ebook. It will contain more grammar lessons and be easier to use than ever.  Stay tuned for a publication date.

In the meanwhile, won't you please visit "Jane's ESL (idioms, words and anything else) BLOG, which we are adding to regularly.

We'll have some new lessons for you later in the year.

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January 20, 2017

In today's reading activity, we read about the Office of the President of the United States, and its history. We read about the TWENTIETH AMENDMENT to the Constitution of the United STates.

CLICK HERE for the reading and for a vocabulary list, comprehension questions, and ideas for further research.



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