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Is there an adjective meaning attainable through aural practice? As in "This language skill is more easily attainable through aural practice." That is, the more you listen, the more that skill develop …
asked Dec 31 '15 by Englishfreak
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When a learner does not practice a language for a while the language tends to be forgotten. What is the adjective to describe this characteristic of learning a language or any other subject? "Th …
asked Apr 15 '17 by Englishfreak
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What adjective do you use to describe something that you say, but you do not really mean it. For example when you make an offer to someone, but you don't really mean it and kind of hope they say no! L …
asked Mar 7 '16 by Englishfreak
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Is there an expression to use when we want to say that someone does you a favor, but they keep talking about it or reminding you of it too much in a way that annoys you?
asked Apr 15 '16 by Englishfreak
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Is there any idiom, phrase or slang you use when you have done something wrong and you want to show you are really sorry? Whether you are deeply sorry or you're just saying that because you are scare …
asked Jan 13 '16 by Englishfreak