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Thursday, August 11, 2016

Peeved.

For my Japanese friends, student friends and anyone else learning/studying English (or any second 

Today's One Point Wiki Wiki e-Xpression is a verb - past tense only - , “peeved”.
It means make someone angry or irritated.

"He was peeved because the rules apply to him too."

… for my students to express an idea or thought in the simplest way.
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