luck – the definition you can understand

Via Scoop.itInspiration for tired EFL Teachers
What’s nice about this dictionary is that there is a “see it in a sentence” option as well as pronunciation, so that stds can really see how to use new language…luck definition: Luck means someone’s good fortune. (noun) An example of luck is winning easily when gambling….
Via www.yourdictionary.com

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About hartle

Although I am originally from Yorkshire, UK, I live in Verona and work at the universities of Verona and Bolzano, where I teach general English at all levels and some ESP too. My interests include technology in learning, e-learning and autonomous learning.
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