When is this new edition of the Dictionary going to be available?

An English-language dictionary is coming to Android phones and tablets.A developer preview of the dictionary was unveiled at the Mobile World Congress (MWC) last week.However, the word-processing app is currently only available on Google’s Android devices. The dictionary is meant to make learning more enjoyable for users and will be available on both Apple and Windows […]

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When I Became a Teenage Consuetudor: I Am Still A Teenage English teacher

article Posted March 25, 2018 07:05:50 An 18-year-old English teacher in the UK became a teenage consuétudor after she was forced to take on the role of a teenage girl in a porn film.The porn film, called A Woman’s Love, was released in 2016, with a sequel, A Woman in Love, released last year.A Woman […]

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When Obama says ‘I’m not your puppet’: What we learned from Obama’s remarks on Iran

“You’re gonna have to leave your puppet in charge, sir.”That’s the Obama administration’s reaction to a question from MSNBC’s Andrea Mitchell about President Donald Trump’s claim that the United States will not negotiate with Iran on its nuclear program.The response came during a conversation with Vice President Mike Pence and White House counselor Kellyanne Conway.Trump […]

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How to get rid of the ‘consueto’ in Japanese sentence examples

Consuetudines (pronounced “consu-to”) are used to convey the meaning of a sentence.They’re usually found in the second person singular form of a verb and, as a translation of the English verb, they’re used to indicate the meaning and direction of the action of the speaker.The sentence examples above all use the term consueto.This is why […]

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How to pronounce this word

This article was published on January 5, 2018.It was last updated on January 18, 2018, and contains factual errors.Please correct this article’s grammar if you see errors.Consuetud, the French term for “consueto,” has the meaning “to do or do it.”It also can mean “to give up.”To consuete, to consign, to become attached to, or to […]

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