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Prepositions of PLACE 👉 IN / ON / AT / BY 👈 Common English Grammar Mistakes

Hello! This is Emma from mmmEnglish, back with another lesson on the mmEnglish Youtube channel. Now in English, we say “The school is on Bay Street.” Not “The school is at Bay Street.” “They live at 10 Park Road.” Not “She lives in 10 Park Road.” “The museum is in the city.” Not “The museum is on the city.” “I live at 300 King Street, in an apartment, on the fourth floor.” These little words can cause lots of headaches

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Perth kite surfer Matthew Wing survived becoming stranded on beach by burying himself in sand Dail

Perth kite surfer Matthew Wing survived becoming stranded on beach by burying himself in sand Dail A kite surfer has detailed his tale of survival after becoming stranded more than 30 kilometres from his intended destination.  Matthew Wing, from , Western Australia, said he feared he wouldnt survive the night when he washed up on a remote beach at Geraldton in the states mid west.   The kite fell out of the sky, the wave over ran the kite and somehow

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Indians On Independence Day | The Timeliners

Why do you keep watching cartoons all the time? Watch this! Hey Khurana! On which channel do they telecast the parade? Oh.. Okay Oh it happens on Republic Day? No problem Why did you give me the remote, son? Take it! Continue with your cartoons Huh? Enjoy! Andi Mandi Shandi! The one who catches our kite.. His mother will be a …. Let me hold it too! Wait! Give it.. The kite fight is on.. Give it to me! The

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Jirga – Behind The Scenes

For me shooting a film in a place like Afghanistan is tense, it’s exciting, it’s beautiful, it’s moving and it’s full of spontaneity and surprises. I’m Benjamin Gilmour the director of the film Jirga. Jirga is about an Australian soldier who goes back to Afghanistan as a civilian to track down the family of a man that he remembers killing during a raid. During the shooting of my previous two films Son of a Lion and Paramedico I spent some

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