Learn to apologize appropriately and identify verbs that take the infinitive -want, seem, attempt, demand, expect, like and love.
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Language Functions - Apologizing - Apologizing for actions; On the spot apology; Indirect apology; Fake sorry; Asking for an apology; Detailed apology.
Grammar - Verbs that Take Infinitives - want; seem; attempt; demand; expect; like/love.
Idioms - Neck and neck; Get up on the wrong side of the bed; Turn a blind eye; Let it slide; Break even.
Vocabulary - annual report; nickname; abruptly; peace offering; response, logical.
Pronunciation - Rhyming - Hey/Sanjay; bland/grand; never/ever; dark/spark.
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