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  1. Minoo

    As & Like

    Version 1.0.0


    In this lesson, we learn how to use these two similar words correctly. 1. Download the PDF and read the explanations, and/or watch the live lesson here. 2. Take the quiz to test yourself. In LIVE sessions, we go through the correct answers together after you've done the quiz on your own. This is the fastest and most effective way of fully understanding and activating a topic. So, do try to join the live sessions when you can.
  2. Bernard M

    as or like

    Hello, Is the expression " this computer is slow as a turtle" correct? It seems to that we should say "this computer is slow like a turtle. 'As' is used with the pattern as + subject + verb. Am I right or wrong? Thank you for your help.
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