Prepositions of time "by" and "until"

source: Crown Academy of English      2016年6月27日
In this English grammar lesson, you will learn how to use the prepositions of time "by" and "until" as well as some related common time expressions.

In general, "by" + a specific time describes something that must happen before a deadline.
"until" + time expression indicates the duration of a continuous action or event up to a specific moment in time.
I also explain "till" and when we use it.
These prepositions of time are very common and important in English and so, at the end of the video, there is a quiz to test your understanding.
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source: Learn English with Let's Talk     2013年1月9日
Many students of English have found the similar sounding word pairs to be very confusing. Knowing which word to use in a particular situation isn't always easy, even for native speakers.
In this lesson Ceema explains some of the most commonly confused English word pairs. They have been chosen especially for ESL learners. The list is not complete, if you have any commonly confused words that you feel should be included. Do put your comments and we will try to address them in the next lesson.
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Talking to Customers in English - Sales English. English Business Conver...

source: Twominute English    2013年12月2日
If you are in a business that requires communication with customers, you need to speak English very well. You must communicate perfectly and should be convincing when you talk to customers.
In this lesson, we'll learn how you can use English phrases to impress your customers and build your rapport. The sentences with the key phrases are highlighted at the end of the video. Practice all the phrases at the end to build your fluency.
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Learn English Phrases - Make yourself at home / Help yourself / Suit You...

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English Vocabulary Words for Sea Transportation

source: Espresso English    2015年1月8日
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The Technology Report: New Technology Aims to Put Audiences Inside the Movie

source: VOA Learning English     2016年5月15日
Watching a movie in a theater may be a very different experience in the future. New technologies are being created to make it seem you are in the middle of the action.
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English in a Minute: Skating on Thin Ice

source: VOA Learning English     2015年6月6日
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Learn English By Listening - Crazy English 365 Sentences | Unit 21 (End)

source: Daily English Conversation      2016年2月16日
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How to use START and BEGIN in English - Vocabulary

source: English Lessons with Alex  2013年6月6日 Begin improving your vocabulary in this very essential lesson. When do we use 'start?' When do we use 'begin?' Is there a difference? What are you waiting for? Start the video! Then take the quiz: