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Alice and Michal are having trouble agreeing on what kind of film to see. Should it be something light, like a romantic-comedy (a rom-com) or something darker, like science-fiction (sci-fi)?
When Alice says she's too busy to go to the cinema with Michal, Helen offers a solution. Find out what it is in episode 9 - The Favour.
Common Mistakes in English - Lesson 4a
This is Part 1 of a two-part lesson in my series called American Slang. Viewers will test their ability to comprehend new vocabulary in the context of a fast, informal conversation.
PART ONE. Dialogues in this series of lessons are broken down to show the expressions, changes in pronunciation, and changes in grammar that are common in informal English.
Dialogues in this series of lessons are broken down to show the expressions, changes in pronunciation, and changes in grammar that are common in informal English.
Dialogues in this series of lessons are broken down to show the expressions, changes in pronunciation, and changes in grammar that are common in informal English.
Dialogues in this series of lessons are broken down to show the expressions, changes in pronunciation, and changes in grammar that are common in informal English.
Dialogues in this series of lessons are broken down to show the expressions, changes in pronunciation, and changes in grammar that are common in informal English.
Dialogues in this series of lessons are broken down to show the expressions, changes in pronunciation, and changes in grammar that are common in informal English.
In this video I explain my view on teaching slang and share the first of several mini lessons.
Przedstawiamy osiem lekcji autorska Jennifer na temat slangu amerykańskiego. W każdym odcinku Jennirem opisuje poszczególne frazy wraz z przykładami użycia.
PART FOUR of a lesson in FOUR parts. Topic: Falling and Rising Intonation. Part FOUR offers practice with intonation in questions.
PART THREE of a lesson in FOUR parts. Topic: Falling and Rising Intonation. Part THREE presents the second intonation pattern: rising intonation. Exercises follow. Levels: intermediate to advanced.
PART TWO of a lesson in FOUR parts. Topic: Falling and Rising Intonation. Part TWO offers practice with falling intonation. Levels: intermediate to advanced.
PART ONE of a lesson in FOUR parts. Topic: Falling and Rising Intonation. Part ONE explains what intonation is in general and presents the first intonation pattern: falling intonation.
PART THREE of a lesson in THREE parts. Topic: Stress in phrases and sentences. Part C offers general practice with rhythm, helping learners begin to transfer oral reading skills to free speech.
PART TWO of a lesson in THREE parts. Topic: Stress in phrases and sentences. Part B presents two new rhythmic patterns to practice. Level: advanced.
PART ONE of a lesson in THREE parts. Topic: Stress in phrases and sentences. Part A reviews rhythmic patterns from Lesson 8 by testing the learner's ability to predict the patterns in new texts.
Topic: Stress in phrases and sentences. Develop your awareness of rhythm in English speech. Learn to stress words correctly and naturally. Levels: intermediate to advanced.
PART TWO of a lesson in THREE parts. Topic: Stress in phrases and sentences. Develop your awareness of rhythm in English speech. Learn to stress words correctly and naturally.
PART ONE of a lesson in THREE parts. Topic: Stress in phrases and sentences. Develop your awareness of rhythm in English speech. Learn to stress words correctly and naturally.
PART TWO of a lesson in TWO parts. Topic: Thought Groups. Develop your awareness of the natural rhythm in English. Learn to pause naturally by grouping your words into thoughts.
PART ONE of a lesson in TWO parts. Topic: Thought Groups. Develop your awareness of the natural rhythm in English. Learn to pause naturally by grouping your words into thoughts.
This is PART FOUR of a lesson in four parts. Topic: Word Stress. In this segment we finish going through the pronunciation of the 50 states and capitals of the USA.
This is PART THREE of four parts. Topic: Word Stress. In this segment we continue the main exercise of this lesson: How to pronounce the 50 states and capitals of the USA.
This is PART TWO of four parts. Topic: Word Stress. In this segment I explain syllable separation and how to learn the placement of word stress.
Topic: Word Stress. This is a lesson in four parts. In this first segment I explain what word stress is and why it's important. Levels: All levels
USED TO - Lesson 8, Part 2 - Common Mistakes in English
USED TO - Lesson 8, Part 1 - Common Mistakes in English Topic: Common mistakes with the expressions USED TO and BE USED TO. This is a lesson in two parts. In Part 2, we look at GET USED TO.
Common Mistakes in English - WHETHER - Lesson 7b
Common Mistakes in English - WHETHER - Lesson 7a
Lesson 6b -- Prepositions -- Common Mistakes in English
Lesson 6a -- Prepositions -- Common Mistakes in English
Lesson 5b "-ING/ -ED Adjectives" Common Mistakes in English
Lesson 5a " -ING/ -ED adjectives" Common Mistakes in English
Reported Speech (Using infinitives for questions)
Alice and Michal are very excited about a new addition to the flat but what will Helen think about the new arrival?
Paying the rent: Helen: Oh no, it's that time of the month again - time to pay the rent.
Tim introduces the other Flatmates to a traditional English breakfast but not everyone's keen to try his cooking.
Helen is in the flat studying when she gets a phone call from her mum. Helen at home: Helen: Hello?
Over another round of drinks Alice and Helen disagree about Michal. Another round: Michal: She's beautiful.
Alice, Helen and Tim are having a relaxing drink with their new flatmate when Tim says something that annoys Helen.
Tim welcomes Michal to the flat. Alice suggests a way Michal can improve his English. Why not practise yours with The Flatmates, the soap opera from BBC Learning English?
Tim and Helen are at the airport to meet Michal. But something's not quite right. Practise your English language listening skills with the soap opera from BBC Learning English.
WordWorld Build-A-Word - BOX
WordWorld Build-A-Word - CAKE
Steve Ford teaches us this week how to master idioms and expressions related to the word tongue!
How many idioms do you know related to the word head? Watch Steve as he explains to his student from Italy.  
Prepositions can be difficult! Review some of them here with Steve for free! Prepositions Więcej materiałów związanych z prepositions:
Here is a chance to learn and review the second conditional. Here is the structure mentioned about conditional 2:
Tekst: Every day, every night Everyone needs some love Every day, every night Everyone needs some...
Tonight, There'll be no darkness tonight Hold tight, Let your love light shine bright Listen to my heart,
This video is for all of you learners who learned ' used to' and still need to review it.
Tekst piosenki: I still believe in your eyes I just don't care what You have done in your life
Tekst piosenki: Look where we are falling apart And nothing seams to mend This state of you, this state of me, mmh
Love Idioms Hi everybody! Peppy number 14 is all about love. Learn some new idioms about love and tell me who composed the music being played at the end of this video.
Peppy Questions 11 ( 'ing' adjectives: breathtaking,captivating,stunning,uplifting)
Peppy Question 10 - American and British Vocabulary Steve Ford shares his experience from working in British, American and Canadian schools by illustrating to his student from Korea some of
Peppy Question 9 - False Friends Steve Ford answers a question from his Mexican student regarding ‘false friends’.
Pronunciation of focus, sheet, etc
Comparative adjectives . Steve explains to his Mexican student about short and long adjectives and how they are used within the context of comparative sentences.
Toefl, what is it?
I’m gonna go. Many students want to know if using contractions is helpful to develop fluency. Steve explains to his student from Switzerland when using ‘gonna’ is appropriate.
Do native speakers use the perfect tenses? The question about whether native speakers really use all of those perfect verb tenses like the ‘present perfect’ has always been a s
Canadian vs American English
Must vs have to  Steve explains to his Chinese student some of the general differences with regard to ‘must’ and ‘have to&
Lekcje video - 'Have you got' vs 'Do you have'
Common Mistakes in English - Lesson 3c