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Can anybody tell me what teachers teach english at Fulston Manor School?
In school, english - asked by STOOPID - 2 answers
what means popped???
In english - asked by - 4 answers
Cryptic Crossword
In crossword, cryptic, english - asked by DIV_2005 - 1 answer
What word can I also use for "to go" ???
In english - asked by - 5 answers
where does the phrase "drop a clanger" come from?
In phrase, origin, english - asked by Arellia - 2 answers
How did the slogan "rules OK" originate?
In english, language, etymology - asked by Poindexter - 1 answer
Describe been trapped in a lift?
In english, literature - asked by lauren-ashleii - 1 answer
How many words/ phrases did shakespere invent?
In shakespeare, english - asked by (Guest29913) - 1 answer
Penn fosters written communication
In english, homeschooling, school - asked by Babiej666 - 2 answers
Football managers are always saying "Anything can happen. It's still early doors". What on eart does "early doors" and where does it come from?
In Slang, jargon, english - asked by P-Kasso - 3 answers
Is there a name for people who hate children? A bit like misogynist but for children? Just wondering. No hidden agenda.
In english, words, children - asked by - 3 answers
My grandad always called going to the loo 'going to the khazi or karzey'. Not sure of the spelling but where on earth does this phrase come from?
In english, languages, phrases - asked by P-Kasso - 3 answers
Is there an English equivalent to the words "dreich" and "dreiched"?
In translations, english - asked by sheps101 - 3 answers
Whats the difference between an inquiry and an enquiry. -more-
In english, grammar - asked by - 6 answers
What are High Frequency words?
In Words, english - asked by kimberley240605 - 3 answers
What is the derivation of a "cock and bull" story?
In english, phrases, derivations - asked by Candy.DeRun - 3 answers
Where does the expression "to draw a bead" come from - what does it literally mean?
In english, phrases - asked by P-Kasso - 3 answers
Where does the phrase 'Top Banana' come from?
In phrases, english, bananas - asked by P-Kasso - 3 answers
When is a terminal "e" silent, when is it vocal?
In english, language, pronunciation - asked by Poindexter - 1 answer
Where does the saying handle with kid gloves come from?
In etymology, english, history - asked by Topaz2308 - 1 answer
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