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Practical English: At the post office
At the post office
Air mail, please.
||How much is a stamp to send a letter to France, please?|
||Air mail or surface mail?|
||Air mail, please.|
||That´ll be eighty-five cents.|
||Four stamps, please. How much is that? [...]|
Narration: Part Two
Current assets are those assets of a company that are reasonably expected to be realized in cash, sold or consumed during one year or during the normal operating cycle of the business.|
Fixed assets are long-term assets acquired for use in business operations. Fixed Assets accounts are also known as Capital Assets, Long-Term Assets, Long-Lived Assets, or Plant and Equipment. The value of [...]
WORD OF THE DAY:
Dictionary entry overview:
• .22-CALIBRE (adjective)
The adjective .22-CALIBRE has 1 sense:
1. of or relating to the bore of a gun (or its ammunition) that measures twenty-two hundredths of an inch in diameter
Familiarity: .22-CALIBRE used as an adjective is very rare.