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staff and stuff

staff ; (administrative employees) موظفون

The staff at the university handle the managerial tasks for the professors. يتولى موظفو الجامعة المهامّ الإدارية عن الأساتذة.



stuff informal (things) أشياء

What is this stuff over here in the corner? ما هذه الأشياء في الزاوية؟

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Do you teacaah young learners in an academy or in the public sector?



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So and Neither
So… and Neither both show agreement with the speaker. 
So… shows agreement with an affirmative statement. 
Neither… shows agreement with a negative statement.
A: I’m a careful driver. B: So am I.


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grateful, gratitude, gratuitous, and gratuity

grateful, gratitude, gratuitous, and gratuity 

Grateful = thankful

Gratitude = thankfulness

Gratuitous = free; unnecessary, uncalled for

Gratuity = tip given to a waiter, valet, etc.

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What is writing?

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Writing can be defined by a series o f contrasts: 
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Wither , Weather , and Whither

Wither = (v.) become dry and shriveled = يذبل = يفقد الحيوية = يُذبل شيئًا، يُذوي شيئًا 
Weather = (n.) climate = الطقس 
Ex.  1-Flowers *wither* in hot *weather*. 🌺🌞  2-Evelyn forgot to water her houseplants and they withered.  3-Glenn's enthusiasm withered after ten years doing the same job. Simon and Janet's love withered as they began to understand the practicalities of running a home and raising children.  4-The intense heat from the sun withered the delicate seedlings.  5-The weather is nice today.  6-There was some weather earlier this week. 
Whither = (adv.) to where, to what place or state = حيثما = أين؟ = إلى أين؟ 
Ex.  1-*Whither* will Jo go for lunch? 🍣🍲  2-The decision when and whither to attack the enemy would be crucial.  3-Whither is the cook?  4-Whither is the ship sailing?