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"Max out" means "to reach the maximum limit of something, or to use up all of something". Example: My wife is a shopaholic. She's already maxed out six credit cards this year, and now she wants another one! #phrasalverb #phrasalverbs #phrasal #verb #verbs #phrase #phrases #expression #expressions #english #englishlanguage #learnenglish #studyenglish #language #vocabulary #dictionary #grammar #efl #esl #tesl #tefl #toefl #ielts #toeic #englishlearning #vocab #wordoftheday #phraseoftheday

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This is le futur simple (for regular verbs) It is formed by taking the infinitive of the verb and adding the endings (which are the same for all verbs). For verbs that end in RE = remove the e (leave the r) and add the endings on, seen in the example for « vendre » There are a handful of verbs that have irregular stems for this tense; I’ll be adding those at a later stage =D Enjoy~! PS. If you can remember the present tense conjugation for « avoir » (j’ai, tu as, ...

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“Mark down” means “to reduce the price of something”. Example: We need to sell this old stock quickly, so let’s mark it all down by 50%. Get our apps for learning English: learzing.com

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I saw this posted in education, but makes me smile because I still remember all 23 helping verbs from my 6th grade English class. Mrs. Rosin told us we had to memorize them and that we would know them for life and well, she was right!

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