Englishnoun

  • ja英語
  • enthe language of the people of England and the U.S. that is now spoken in many other countries and used as a language of international communication throughout the world

Examples

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My research partner, Yngvar, doesn't speak English.
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Is me who did that?
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Except for what he learned from reruns of 'Family Matters.'
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Not sure Barbra Streisand counts as a rock star, sir.
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She sings in English.
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That’s rock music.
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You were in my English class last year, right?
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You were that chick that got an A.
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I didn’t know English.
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Oh, I see, and now you do?
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Yes, I learned this afternoon from television.
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It’s wonderful.
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Come on.
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Here is the language skills and cognitive development area.
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These are English letters.
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Inez, does the date September 19th mean anything to you?
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Es mi cumpleaños.
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In English, please.
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It is my birthday.