“I confuse” or “I am confused”? How to express your feelings correctly with adjectives.

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It’s Thursday today, so we have a lesson for you again. But we’re doing something different this week.

Today at 12PM, Madam Azimah went LIVE on our Facebook page and she taught a grammar lesson!

It’s all about adjectives and how to apply them in your daily life to express your feelings.

Watch it here now.

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