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Tuesday the 21st of May, 2019
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EXPRESSIONS WITH ‘MAY’ (TRY AS I MAY)

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Welcome back, readers! Today we are looking at our second Expression with May. Today's expression is TRY AS I MAY

Definition: An expression meaning that even with a lot of effort, a goal cannot be achieved. 

Example 1: Try as I may, I can't seem to learn how to dance. 

Example 2: Try as I may, I don't think I'll ever be able to cook as well as my mother. 

We also say try as I might.

Tomorrow we begin the 5th Annual Alphabet Game. Later today, you will receive some instructions about the contest. We look forward to your participation! We have some great prizes again this year.

Have a great morning!



Monday the 20th of May, 2019
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EXPRESSIONS WITH ‘MAY’ (AS THE CASE MAY BE)

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Happy Monday and good morning, everyone! 

This week we will begin the 2019 Alphabet Game on Wednesday. So for Monday and Tuesday, we will look at two expressions with the modal verb May.

Today's expression is: AS THE CASE MAY BE

Definition: An expression used when two things are possibly true, depending on the situation. 

Example 1: It's important to consider a potential new employee's experience (or lack of experience, as the case may be). 

Example 2: You shouldn't stand here looking at everyone while they're working (or talking, as the case may be). 

That's it for today. Thank you for reading!



Friday the 17th of May, 2019
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CAMBRIDGE FCE READING AND USE OF ENGLISH, PART 3

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Happy Friday, everyone!

Today is our last Cambridge FCE Reading and Use of English, Part 3 lesson. Let's see how you do. Can you complete this sentence below with the correct version of the word CREATE?

I am always impressed by my sister's _____. She is so artistic.

Today's lesson actually has two possibilities. You get bonus points if you can guess them both (one is an adjective and one is a noun). ;-)

Leave us your answer on one of our social media sites (Facebook or Twitter) and we will post the correct answer later. We will also include the correct answer in Monday's Daily Vitamin email.

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That’s all for this week. Thank you so much for participating. Have a fantastic weekend!

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Thursday the 16th of May, 2019
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CAMBRIDGE FCE READING AND USE OF ENGLISH, PART 3

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Happy Thursday, readers! Today we continue our week about Cambridge FCE's Reading and Use of English, Part 3. Are you ready?

Your word today is LIKELY and here is your sentence.

What is the _____ of it raining this weekend? 

Do you know the correct form of LIKELY that will make the sentence correct?

Leave us your answer on one of our social media sites (Facebook or Twitter) and we will post the correct answer later. We will also include the correct answer in tomorrow's Daily Vitamin email.

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Good luck to those of you who participate! We look forward to seeing your answers.

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Wednesday the 15th of May, 2019
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CAMBRIDGE FCE READING AND USE OF ENGLISH, PART 3

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Good morning! We are back for another Cambridge FCE's Reading and Use of English, Part 3 challenge. Remember... you don't have to be preparing for the test to enjoy this; it's a great exercise! 

Today's word is ELECT and following is today's sentence.

With so many students _____ to take online courses, I think we should make more of our university courses available online. 

Do you know the form of ELECT that will make the sentence correct?

Leave us your answer on one of our social media sites (Facebook or Twitter) and we will post the correct answer later. We will also include the correct answer in tomorrow's Daily Vitamin email.

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That's it for today. Thanks for reading and challenging yourself this week!

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