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Learn English with! You’re planning to relax this weekend, but clearly your co-workers have something else in mind. When you’re walking by their cubicles, you hear them ask each other in English, “I don’t know how to dress for tomorrow night. What are you wearing?” The other person responds in English, “I have no idea what this event will be like.” When one of them sees you walk by, she asks you in English, “Hey, do you know what you’re wearing tomorrow?” You respond in English, “Um, work clothes?” She laughs and replies in English, “No, I mean for our office’s poetry jam. I have a double date with someone, and I need to look nice, but not too nice.” You ask in English, “Jam? As in jelly?” The girl explains in English, “No, people recite poetry to each other…it sounds like a cool event, but we have no idea what to wear.” You respond in English, “Hmm. You need to wear something that will hide all the jam, clearly!”

Learning English with is the most fun and effective way to learn English! This English Intermediate lesson will teach you about the alliteration of English words. We’ll tell you when and why people use this English verbal technique. We’ll also tell you why it’s important for you to be social on the weekends if you’re in the United States. Visit us at where you will find many more fantastic English lessons and learning resources! Leave us a message while you are there!

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