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Adverbs are very useful to add information about verbs, ...
Adverbs are very useful to add information about verbs, adjectives and other adverbs. But you need to place them carefully in your sentences. In this 6 Minute Grammar Callum, Catherine and Finn will kindly help you learn about them.
Pick up some new language in this episode of 6 Minute Grammar ...
Pick up some new language in this episode of 6 Minute Grammar all about phrasal verbs. Catherine and Callum will take you through how to use four different types to make your written and spoken English much better.
After listening to this episode of 6 Minute Grammar we hope ...
After listening to this episode of 6 Minute Grammar we hope you’ll be speaking about future activities much more easily. Callum and Catherine are here to explain how to use the future continuous and ‘be’ with the infinitive for talking about the future.
Learn essential English expressions in today's advanced ...
Learn essential English expressions in today's advanced vocabulary lesson!
1) Get round to
2) How come
3) Head *
4) Get to
5) Manage to
How do you say Thank you in DIFFERENT formal and informal ...
How do you say Thank you in DIFFERENT formal and informal ways?
How do you REPLY to a thank you in English, in different formal and informal ways?
Find out in today's English lesson!
"How do I use phrasal verbs?" This is one of the most ...
"How do I use phrasal verbs?" This is one of the most common questions that intermediate and advanced English students ask. In this lesson, I will teach you 30 common phrasal verbs that you can use as commands. Each phrasal verb also has useful examples, and you can check your understanding with a massive thirty-question quiz at https://www.engvid.com/30-english-phr... after you've watched the lesson! To give you a taste of this lesson, you will learn phrasal verb commands like: move over, gather around, chill out, listen up, hang on, get back, drink up, come on, carry on, back up, and many more! So what are you waiting for? Gather around, listen up, and carry on improving your English language skills.
Are you "frugal"? Are you "cheap"? This ...
Are you "frugal"? Are you "cheap"? This video on money-saving tips is for you. You will learn how to save money in North America. I will reveal my secrets on how to pay less for the things you need: food, clothing, entertainment, and anything else. I'll talk about the strategies I use to avoid paying full-price for anything! You'll also learn useful English vocabulary. So stop giving away your hard-earned cash, and start penny-pinching with the tips outlined in this lesson.
Want to add some British expressions to your vocabulary?
Want to add some British expressions to your vocabulary?
Find out the meaning and when to use the expressions:
1) Bits and Bobs / Odds and Sods
2) Throw a wobbly / Get shirty with someone
3) Faff / Fanny Around / About
4) Wind someone up
5) Go Pear Shaped
Learn 35 useful conversational phrases for making friends or ...
Learn 35 useful conversational phrases for making friends or asking someone out on a date. Meeting new people can be awkward, especially if you don’t know the language perfectly. In this lesson, I will teach you what to say when you first meet someone new at a class or activity, what to say when you meet someone by chance, and what to say when you want to get to know someone better and to deepen your relationship. Learn these phrases and you will improve your conversational ability in friendship and dating situations.
In this English vocabulary lesson, I will teach you words that ...
In this English vocabulary lesson, I will teach you words that are being used a lot right now, and that have to do with current issues in society and politics. You may have heard these words already, but what exactly do terms like "millennial", "trigger warning", and "fake news" mean? Whatever your politics, this lesson will give you a perspective on the social trends and political change that is going on in our age.
'FROM' is such a small, common word in English, but it ...
'FROM' is such a small, common word in English, but it has so many different uses! In this lesson, I explain 10 different uses of ‘from’. This English lesson will be especially useful to beginners and intermediate-level students, who tend to get prepositions mixed up. I’ll give you plenty of examples showing exactly when ‘from’ should be used. We’ll also look at more advanced uses of ‘from’ as part of expressions such as ‘from dusk till dawn.’ And finally, I’ll mention some examples from popular culture in which ‘from’ appears in the titles of films and songs. There’s also a slightly rude example of when you should be careful about using ‘from’ if you don’t want someone to get the wrong idea!
United States or The United States? U.K. or The U.K.? Unsure of ...
United States or The United States? U.K. or The U.K.? Unsure of when to use a definite or an indefinite article? Watch this lesson and stop making these common mistakes in English! For many non-native speakers of English who don't have articles in their own language, it can be really difficult to use articles correctly. Even for speakers of languages that have articles, it is difficult to get your use of articles right 100% of the time. This is because there are many exceptions and irregular grammar rules. In this lesson, I'll teach you what these exceptions are, so you can be sure to remove these common mistakes from your English. Even if you are an advanced speaker of English, I'm sure you will discover one or two rules that you didn't know about.
A quick look at phrasal verbs that you can use about ...
A quick look at phrasal verbs that you can use about relationships.
Eliminating sub-vocalization, taking "snapshots" of ...
Eliminating sub-vocalization, taking "snapshots" of book pages - there are a lot of techniques out there meant to enable you to read at much higher rates than normal. Additionally, many apps have been developed - Spritz, Spreeder, and others - that attempt to do the same. So the question is... do any of these speed reading apps or techniques actually work?
Earlier this year I made a video to answer the question, ...
Earlier this year I made a video to answer the question, "Should I change answers on tests or stick with my initial answer?" That video is now sorta kinda... wrong. The beauty of science is that, at pretty much any time, new data can be discovered that invalidates earlier conclusions. That is what has happened in the case of this debate on changing answers, and the result is a technique that will help you more accurately judge whether or not to stick with your initial answer on each individual question. It’s called confidence tracking; here's how to use it.
Filled in the wrong bubble on your Scantron sheet? Forgot to ...
Filled in the wrong bubble on your Scantron sheet? Forgot to double check your answers? Misread a test question? You dingus! Careless test errors can eat into your final grade just as badly as a lack of study and preparation can, so let's talk about how to avoid making those mistakes.