RealLife English: Learn and Speak Confident, Natural English
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Words to Know

expressions with time

Well done - another way to say "good job"
Nourish -  to provide with the food or other substances necessary for growth, health, and good condition
Punctuality - arriving on time
Meet up - to go to the same location as someone
Tend - regularly or frequently do something
Outcome -  the way things happen
Google hangouts - A way to video chat with 10 people.
Arrow - A weapon that looks like this "—>"
Knights - A soldier from the Middle Ages who often rides on horseback (see photo).
Armor - Metal protection worn by knights to protect their body
Fruit flies - Insects that eat fruit.


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Shout Outs


  • “I’ve always wanted to know the difference between into and onto. Could you guys please explain? ;)” by Arne Saknvessemm @saknvssemm
  • “How do we use the word "ain't" ? I still don't understand. Thx for your help :D.” by Riyan @apriyannto


  • Time flies when you're having fun
  • Better late than never
  • Long time no see
  • Behind the times
  • Time will tell


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Time Will Tell by Bob Marley 

Direct download: Expressions_with_time.mp3
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