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How to change a verb into a noun!
Posted by wblue on 26-04-2019, 19:40 @ Video
With the simple addition of -ment or -ion to a verb, it becomes a noun! Learn how to change a verb into a noun in this grammar lesson. It’s pretty simple, once you understand how it works.

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The Secret to English Vocabulary – How to remember more
Posted by wblue on 26-04-2019, 19:37 @ Video
The secret to a rich vocabulary is to remember words and not just recognize them. I’ll teach you a practical, easy way to increase your active vocabulary. Understand the difference between your productive and receptive skills. Find out why multiple-choice questions are easier than fill-in-the blank questions. Use these tips to boost your vocabulary for everyday life and get higher grades on the IELTS, TOEFL, TOEIC, SAT, ACT, GRE, GMAT, and other exams.

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Phrasal Verbs with CARRY: “carry out”, “carry away”, “carry on”…
Posted by JayJay on 26-04-2019, 18:30 @ Video
A phrasal verb is usually a verb plus a preposition that we use in a different context than the verb’s original meaning. For example, did you know that to carry a tune means to sing well? To carry literally means to move something while supporting it, but it can mean different things when used in phrasal verbs. In this lesson, you will learn what it means to carry out your tasks, carry on in class or at work, get carried away, and more.

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Learn about British money, new and old!
Posted by JayJay on 26-04-2019, 18:14 @ Video
Are you planning to visit the UK, or to live here? If so, you will need to know about British money. Maybe you watch shows like Downton Abbey or Sherlock and want to understand what they’re saying when they talk about money. In this lesson, I’ll show you modern British currency. I’ll also show you our older money that was used before 1971, explain a little bit about the history of currency in the UK, and give you some related vocabulary. You’ll learn words like pound, shilling, guinea, and florin. You’ll also learn some slang for coins and notes, so you can understand and communicate naturally with locals.

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English Grammar: Should you use DO or BE?
Posted by JayJay on 26-04-2019, 18:11 @ Video
Should you say “Where do you from?” or “Where are you from?” Is the correct question “What do you do?” or “What are you do?” Are both forms correct, or is one of them completely wrong? In this lesson, I will erase your doubts about this common problem English learners have when they start forming questions. Are you ready? Do you want to improve your English grammar? Are you going to watch the lesson?

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Learn English: The 20-Minute Method
Posted by JayJay on 26-04-2019, 17:53 @ Video
Do you have a hard time learning English? Follow the advice in this video to completely change the way you study English! The biggest problem most English learners face is staying motivated. You can learn English for free online, but it is often hard to find the time and energy to keep learning when there is so much to do at work, at home, or at school. Even if you really want to learn English because you know that it is important for your life, you may find yourself being lazy and doing other things, such as watching television when you could be studying. Does this description of a frustrated and unmotivated English learner sound like you? In today’s lesson you’ll learn what YOU can do to stop YOUR English-learning headaches and frustrations! At the end of the video, be sure to leave a comment to let me know what you thought of this lesson, and whether it was helpful for you.

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Talking about being sick – English health vocabulary
Posted by JayJay on 25-04-2019, 17:19 @ Video
When you’re sick, it’s important to know how to describe how you feel. This vocabulary lesson will help you to talk about sickness and bodily pain! I cover the following words: headache, faint, earache, dizzy, sneeze, cavity, bruise, congestion, fever, blood, bleed, bloated, cramps, fart, burp, hiccup, cough, diarrhea, cold, band-aid, constipation.

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Mouth exercises for CLEAR SPEECH
Posted by JayJay on 24-04-2019, 12:35 @ Video
Learn the secret exercises actors use to speak with a clear and crisp voice. Improving your pronunciation and spoken English isn’t just about learning theory. You can make yourself more understood by simply training your mouth muscles so that you can produce the sounds of English properly. After all, if you’ve been speaking another language your whole life, your mouth and tongue are probably trained in a different way, to make the sounds of that language, not English. In this video, I’ll go through many exercises you can do to get your mouth used to making the sounds of English clearly. This will improve your accent, clarity, and make you a better English speaker.

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Conversation Skills – How to END a conversation politely
Posted by JayJay on 24-04-2019, 02:49 @ Video

Saying goodbye is as easy as 1-2-3, once you know how! Learn an easy three-step method for ending any conversation — formal or informal. Never be stuck in a conversation longer than you want. This simple exit strategy works on the phone or in person, in both social and business situations.

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How to pronounce J & Y in English
Posted by JayJay on 23-04-2019, 13:28 @ Video

Correct pronunciation is important in order to sound like a native speaker. Some English letters and sounds can be very different from your first language. The letters J and the Y are good examples of this. Do you know the difference in pronunciation between these two letters? Don’t confuse your listener by saying “Jell-o” instead of “yellow”! Watch this lesson, and learn a few techniques to help you master the J and Y.
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