Pronouncing Same Consonant Sounds in Adjacent Words

source: Gerry English Expressions     2016年9月15日
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Euphemistic Adjectives & Nouns

source: VOA Learning English     2017年12月10日
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Check in to a Hotel in English

source: Speak English with Christina      2017年10月9日
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How to Start a Conversation

source: Learn English with     2017年12月30日
In this lesson, Alisha and Michael talk about starting conversations in English.
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CNN 10 - January 18 2018 with English Subtitles

source: Mathew Smith     2018年1月17日
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How to PERFECTLY Use the 2nd Conditional | Fun Grammar Lesson

source: Interactive English    2017年11月21日
What would you do if you had a million dollars? Where would you go if you could travel anywhere?
These are questions using the 2nd conditional. And you should answer these questions using the 2nd conditional. These "if" statements are commonly used in English, so it's important that we use them correctly.
In this lesson, we'll talk about how to use the 2nd conditional, when we use it as well as why we use it. Let me just say, "If I needed to improve my English grammar skills, I would watch this lesson." And then give it a thumbs up! ;)

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Common Mistakes Made in English 2

source: Practice English with Paul      2016年4月9日
I made this video based on mistakes that arise again and again. These ones are taken from Russian students (since I teach in Russia) but can apply to anyone around the world. I show the mistakes, explain why they are made and show you correct English. Enjoy :)
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Learning Advanced English and How to Speak without Thinking or Translating

source: To Fluency     2017年12月27日
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Articles and relative clauses

source: MrSkypelessons    2017年12月6日
Some observations on how meaning changes with regards to 'a' and 'the' in a defining relative clause.

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How to Use the Passive in English - English Grammar

source: Oxford Online English    2016年10月31日
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Do you know what the passive voice is, how to form the passive, and when you should use the passive in English? In this lesson, you can learn about the passive voice in English. You can see what it is, how to form it, and how to use it.

What you can learn in this lesson:
- How to form the passive voice.
- How to form different tenses in the passive.
- How to use the passive to change the emphasis of a sentence.
- How to use the passive when the subject of a verb is unknown or unimportant.
- How to use the passive to sound more impersonal and indirect.
- When not to use the passive.
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A dog adoption story with two essential phrasal verbs

source: Simple English Videos       2017年12月22日
Here's a dog adoption story to steal your heart. Watch this story about holiday cards and expand your English vocabulary with memorable examples.
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GRAMMAR: How to use comparatives and superlatives

source: BBC Learning English     2015年9月22日
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Listening Practice Part 1: 14 Intermediate Level Topics

source: Helena Daily English    2017年3月3日
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Phrasal Verbs and Idioms: Intermediate Level - Lesson 1.

source: Helena Daily English      2017年3月2日
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Multi-word verbs are verbs that combine with one or two particles (a preposition and/or an adverb), for example:
The letters BBC stand for British Broadcasting Corporation.
(verb + preposition)
This milk tastes awful. 1 think it’s gone off (verb + adverb)
She couldn't attend the meeting so Helen stood in for her.
(verb + adverb + preposition)

If the addition of the particle(s) changes the meaning of the verb in some way, it is usually called a phrasal verb, because it has an idiomatic meaning - the phrase means something different from its component parts.
► Phrasal Verbs EXAMPLE:
1. The engine keeps stopping.
cut out
►The engine keeps cutting out.
2. The survivors were rescued from the sea by helicopter.
pick up
►The survivors were picked up by helicopter.
3. Don’t touch it! It might explode!
blow up
►Don’t touch it! It might blow up!
4. He was arrested by the police for possessing drugs.
pick up
►He was picked up by the police for possessing drugs.
5. The police are ready for action in case there is trouble.
stand by
►The police are standing by in case there is trouble.
6. Someone entered our house illegally at the weekend.
break into
►Someone broke into our house at the weekend.
7. Our village was isolated by a snowstorm for a week,
cut off
►Our village was cut off by a snowstorm for a week.
8. He’s escaped from prison again.
break out
►He’s broken out of prison again.
9. The robbers succeeded in stealing over £100,000.
get away with
►The robbers got away with over £100.000.
10. I tried to stop the thief, but he escaped on a motorbike.
make off
► I tried to stop the thief, but he made off on a motorbike.