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Look at these English words and their pronunciation.

now, cow low,

moth, mother, broth, brother, both, bother ?

there, here, pear ?

hear, bear, dear ?

read and read (past tense), bead and dead ?

pay, paid, say, said ?

meat, great, threat ?

suite, straight, debt ?

hose, rose, dose, lose ?

foe. shoe?

goose, choose ?

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Heart Idioms

You should know by heart all these idioms.

Cross my heart, I’m telling the truth.

He wears his heart on his sleeve.

She’s had her heart broken before.

He is the heart and sole of the team.

I’d be there in a heartbeat if you need me.

They’ve got their hearts set on that house.

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Prepositional Phrases

Compare these preposition phrases and “the mistakes with prepositions” post. Click on the Prepositions category over to the right.

Most common phrases here are:

at a discount, out of breath, out of control, out of date, in time, in demand, by chance, by accident, on schedule, on the road, on a diet

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