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Wednesday the 28th of February, 2018
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FROM THE HEADLINES, PART 3

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Welcome back Daily Vitamin readers! It's day number three of our "From-the-Headlines" challenge.

Today we are giving you a headline from MSNBC. It's actually a video that you can watch as well. 

Headline: Melania Trump compares White House _____ political prison.

Do you know the missing word? Let us know on one of our social media sites (Facebook or Twitter). We will post the correct answer later and we will post the link to the video. We will also include the answer and link in tomorrow's Daily Vitamin email. 

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Tuesday the 27th of February, 2018
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FROM THE HEADLINES, PART 2

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Welcome back, everyone! Happy Tuesday to you.

Are you ready for the second day of our theme "From the Headlines?” Today's sentence comes from an October 2017 article from CNN. It is missing a word and you must guess what word completes the headline. 

Headline: Google _____ found Russian ads linked to US election.

Do you know the missing word? Let us know on one of our social media sites (Facebook or Twitter). We will post the correct answer later and we will post the link to the article. We will also include the answer and link in tomorrow's Daily Vitamin email. 

Here is a hint: the word "found" is a past participle in this sentence. The missing word works with "found."

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Monday the 26th of February, 2018
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FROM THE HEADLINES, PART 1

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Good morning, everyone! Welcome back to the Daily Vitamin. I hope you had an excellent weekend.

As I mentioned on Friday, this week we are doing something new. The theme is "From the Headlines.” We are taking a real headline from an online newspaper or magazine and removing one word. We are asking you to complete the headline with the correct word

Here is your first headline. It is from an October 2017 online article. 

Headline: Hardaker banned _____ positive drugs test.

Do you know the missing word? Let us know on one of our social media sites (Facebook or Twitter). We will post the correct answer later and we will post the link to the article. We will also include the answer and link in tomorrow's Daily Vitamin email. 

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Friday the 23rd of February, 2018
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BULATS READING P.1, SECTION 2 (V)

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Happy Friday, everyone! Did you enjoy our week of BULATS practice? Here is your last question for the week. Good luck!

Sentence: We need to decide _____ or not we are going to the mountains this weekend. 

And here are your choices:
A. whether
B. if
C. do
D. should

Do you know which answer is correct? Give us your answer on one of our social media sites (Facebook or Twitter). We will post the correct answer later, and we will include the answer in Monday's lesson.

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Thank you for participating in this week's lessons. I hope you enjoyed them.

We will see you on Monday for something we have never done with the Daily Vitamin: a "From-the-Headlines" challenge. We will explain next week! In the meantime, enjoy your weekend!



Thursday the 22nd of February, 2018
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BULATS READING P.1, SECTION 2 (IV)

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Welcome back everyone and happy Thursday to you! We are continuing our week of BULATS Reading Part 1, Section 2 with a missing verb

Sentence: I suggest you _____ your bank accounts every few days to make sure you aren't a victim of identity theft. 

And here are your choices:
A. checking
B. are checking
C. check
D. to check

Do you know which answer is correct? Give us your answer on one of our social media sites (Facebook or Twitter). We will post the correct answer later, and we will include the answer in tomorrow's lesson.

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Thank you for participating, and best of luck to you!