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English in a Minute: Stay in Touchi
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09/19/2014
What would you think if someone told you to "stay in touch?" Watch this program to find out what this phrase means in American English.

English in a Minute: Stay in Touch

Published 09/19/2014

What would you think if someone told you to "stay in touch?" Watch this program to find out what this phrase means in American English.


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by: Annabel C. Sanchez from: Argao, Cebu, Philippines
12/22/2013 11:40 PM
Promising! Thank you for teaching me this phrase.."Stay In Touch" It's really promising, reaassuring that someone is open to lend his ears to me ... that I will will then keep him posted of what's going on with me.. It's splendid! Cheers!


by: Anonymous
12/06/2013 2:51 AM
As the matter of fact, it is hard to stay in touch with your friends once you move to another country.


by: adilson gonga same from: Angola
12/03/2013 9:26 PM
I want learn english


by: Igor Yevtishenkov from: Moscow, Russia
12/03/2013 9:27 AM
I do appreciate the job you have done and keep doing to help us learn English. It's an irreplaceable and indispensable resourse at hand. I can use it on-the-go and in any mobile device I or my students have when meeting. TV programmes turned out to be the most important thing to me since I have been looking for the "slow&recognizable" speach along with clearly visible articulation for a few years. And there was always something missing or annoying. Yours is wonderful. Good on you!


by: Alexis from: Radney
11/27/2013 5:28 PM
This is amazing ! Very useful tool for my English students.
I like the English subtitles and the demonstrations are cool.
Thanks!


by: Wang
11/27/2013 5:29 AM
People promised me to stay in touch, but they never reach me again. So sad.


by: Ramon Idiaquez from: Nicaragua
06/23/2013 1:24 AM
these are just AWESOME, my students are going to study them all.


THANKS