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Our Spanish for Beginners Online Course and Maltese Online Course for pre-teens and teens will be starting on the 17th and 18th of August. Places are limited. For information and registration please visit www.universitylanguageschool.com/for-teens/ ... See MoreSee Less
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Idiom Corner: ‘Straight from the Horse’s Mouth’Meaning: We use ‘straight from the horse’s mouth’ when we want to say that information was given by the person responsible for the action or who heard the news first hand or witnessed the event. Example: A young couple at home after work:Ashley: “Is Chantel pregnant? I heard somebody talking about it at work today.”Madison: “I don’t know! Let me call her so I can hear it straight from the horse’s mouth!” ... See MoreSee Less
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