Alexander Hamilton: Father of American Banking
Alexander Hamilton was not a U.S. president, but he was one of the most important early leaders of the U.S. He fought in the Revolutionary War, wrote powerful arguments to persuade the states to accept the Constitution, and helped create the country's national banking and economic system.
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Your 'Dirty Laundry' Has Nothing to Do With Clothes
Today we are going to talk about the fabric we wear on our bodies. In other words, our clothes, right? The word "clothes" is only part of a much larger story. American English has many more specific – and more colorful – terms related to these everyday items.
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Reading: The dove and the ant
The moral of this fable is that if you do good, good will come to you. One good turn deserves another.