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Wechat No.42181 Uncountable nouns

Neil and Catherine talk about nouns you can t count and use plenty of examples Direct Link: Cdn Link: Recommended in Mainland China Original BBC Link: Expired in 30 days after published

Wechat No.42173 The Mumbai Train Bombings

In July 2006, seven coordinated explosions tore through packed commuter trains in Mumbai. More than 180 people died and hundreds more were injured. Witness speaks to one man who was travelling home on one of the trains, and survived. Photo: Railway workers clear the debris…

Wechat No.42121 The Mumbai Train Bombings

In July 2006, seven coordinated explosions tore through packed commuter trains in Mumbai. More than 180 people died and hundreds more were injured. Witness speaks to one man who was travelling home on one of the trains, and survived. Photo: Railway workers clear the debris…

Wechat No.42101 Uncountable nouns

Neil and Catherine talk about nouns you can t count and use plenty of examples Direct Link: Cdn Link: Recommended in Mainland China Original BBC Link: Expired in 30 days after published

Wechat No.42071 The Mumbai Train Bombings

In July 2006, seven coordinated explosions tore through packed commuter trains in Mumbai. More than 180 people died and hundreds more were injured. Witness speaks to one man who was travelling home on one of the trains, and survived. Photo: Railway workers clear the debris…

Wechat No.42039 The Mumbai Train Bombings

In July 2006, seven coordinated explosions tore through packed commuter trains in Mumbai. More than 180 people died and hundreds more were injured. Witness speaks to one man who was travelling home on one of the trains, and survived. Photo: Railway workers clear the debris…

Wechat No.41989 The Mumbai Train Bombings

In July 2006, seven coordinated explosions tore through packed commuter trains in Mumbai. More than 180 people died and hundreds more were injured. Witness speaks to one man who was travelling home on one of the trains, and survived. Photo: Railway workers clear the debris…