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Learn English through comedy film Funny conversation with Subtitles 005
 
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Learn English through comedy film Funny conversation with Subtitles 005
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Learn English with Friends and Brad Pitt
 
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Learn English with Friends and Brad Pitt Free PDF for this lesson: https://reallifeglobal.com/lewtv-brad-pitt1-lp/ Part 2 of this scene: https://youtu.be/um8sjbOiof8
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Learn English via Songs | LOVE YOURSELF | Justin Bieber | Cover version
 
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Learn English via Songs LOVE YOURSELF Justin Bieber [Cover version] Subscribe to the ENGLISH IS FUN channel ► http://bit.ly/2qiUj5H Check out some of the Best ENGLISH IS FUN? Episodes ► http://bit.ly/2mMiKT0 Follow ENGLISH IS FUN! Facebook: ► Twitter: ► https://twitter.com/EnglishIsFun999 Instagram: ► https://www.instagram.com/englishisfun999/ Google+: ► http://bit.ly/2qiGLak ►Disclaimer: Some videos and images on this channel might use material from the third party and I do not own these materials or intend to violate any copyrights. The videos are created for educational purpose only and follow the Fair Use rule as outlined at https://www.youtube.com/yt/copyright/... I always try to give credit to the right source when available or known. If you own the rights to the footage/image and wish to give you the credit or remove this video please contact me ASAP at [email protected]
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Learn English through Comedy Film Funny English conversation with Subtitles 04
 
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Learn English through Comedy Film Funny English conversation with Subtitles 04
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SHORT NEWS FOR LEARNING ENGLISH | SNOW STORM IN JAPAN [SUBTITLES]
 
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SHORT NEWS FOR LEARNING ENGLISH | SNOW STORM IN JAPAN HỌC TIẾNG ANH QUA BẢN TIN NGẮN ENGLISH SUBTITLES BÃO TUYẾT TẠI NHẬT BẢN [VIETSUB] NEW WORDS 1. injure = hurt, harm 2. tsunami = a long high sea wave caused by an earthquake 3. cancel = stop, call off 4. take down = remove 5. power line = a cable carrying electrical power ✌✌❤️😍👍ENGLISH IS FUN👍😍❤️✌✌ ===============//============= == The fun way to learn English effectively!!! New video every week with English subtitles. Where you enjoy every fantastic videos and improve your English skills. Please hit that LIKE, SUBSCRIBE button and TURN ON that little BELL icon on ENGLISH IS FUN channel, so that you won't miss out any fresh new videos. Stay tuned and have fun guys! ===================================//=================== ===================== Subscribe to the ENGLISH IS FUN channel ► http://bit.ly/2qiUj5H Check out some of our best lessons ► http://bit.ly/2mMiKT0 ========================//========================== Follow ENGLISH IS FUN! Facebook: ►fb.com/englishero.net Twitter: ► https://bit.ly/2sDZjAW Instagram: ►https://bit.ly/2sDZjAW Google+: ► https://plus.google.com/u/0/+EnglishisFun1 ========================//=============== For business inquiries: [email protected] =======================//================
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Phrasal Verb of the Day | 1000 Phrasal Verb Challenge (Day 1) (2018)
 
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1000 Plus Phrasal Verb Challenge Day 1: Do Away With In today’s video, Shane’s going to teach you guys a phrasal verb which is commonly used in daily conversation. Learn and practice and use these phrases could help you speak English more natural, confident without hesitation. Phrasal verb of the day is a new challenge for you to learn and master 1000 plus phrasal verb every single day. Okay, without further ado. Let’s jump right into it. Today phrasal verb is: To Do Away With Something This is a very common expression. It means to get rid of something, to quit or remove something. For example: I need to DO AWAY WITH smoking. Here's a dialoge: I need to do away with my knuckle cracking. It's a hard habit to break. I know. It's almost impossible. Want me to help? #EnglishisFun, #PhrasalVerbOfTheDay, #1000PhrasalVerbChallenge Guys, please SUBSCRIBE to Shane’s YouTube channel: Shane’s YouTube channel: https://bit.ly/2pvfxLp Shane’s Facebook: https://bit.ly/2ptXllc Shane’s Website: https://bit.ly/2pz3fBz ✌✌❤️😍👍ENGLISH IS FUN👍😍❤️✌✌ ===============//============= Subscribe to the ENGLISH IS FUN channel ► http://bit.ly/2qiUj5H Check out some of our best lessons ► http://bit.ly/2mMiKT0 ==============//============== Follow ENGLISH IS FUN! Facebook: ►fb.com/englishero.net Twitter: ► https://bit.ly/2sDZjAW Instagram: ►https://bit.ly/2sDZjAW Google+: ► https://plus.google.com/u/0/+Englishi... ========================//==================== For business inquiries ONLY: [email protected] =======================//=====================
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These are 5 Reasons WHY you're NOT Fluent in English (Part 2) 🏆🤑😱(2018)
 
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These are 5 Reasons WHY you're NOT Fluent in English (Part 2) (2018) Learning a language can be a very rewarding experience, but it can also be very frustrating. I know this from personal experience of both being a language learner, and a language teacher. I've learnt 2 languages, and the first time I struggled a lot and made a lot of learning mistakes. When I learnt another language, I learnt from my previous mistakes and was able to progress a lot faster, and I also enjoyed the learning experience a lot more too. In today's video I'm going to share with you 5 reasons why students fail to become fluent. Every morning I wake up at 6:00 am and work out. I do this every morning, and I've done it for over 5 years. It's my morning routine. If I didn't commit myself to working out at the same time every day, and simply said "Oh I'll work out when I have time" I wouldn't do it. I would keep pushing the time later and later until the day was over. The same happens for studying English. If you don't have a routine of studying, then you won't do it. Maybe your routine is listening to English news every morning when you eat breakfast. Or writing about your day every night before you go to bed. Find a routine that works for you, and stick to it. Rome wasn't built in a day. #EnglishisFun, #WhyYouAreNotFluentInEnglishYet, #ReasonsWhyYouAreNotFluentInEnglish Please SUBSCIRBE to Jennifer YouTube Channel: Jennifer YouTube Channel: https://bit.ly/2A01Sma FREE TRAINING CLASS - Learn How to Write a Professional Email. Register Now for FREE: https://bit.ly/2Ll4MZn Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/JForrestEnglish Twitter: https://twitter.com/JForrestEnglish Website: http://www.jforrestenglish.com/ Free Guide – Speak English Fluently & Confidently in 6 Easy Steps. Download Now: https://bit.ly/2tZLxfU ✌✌❤️😍👍ENGLISH IS FUN👍😍❤️✌✌ ===============//============= Subscribe to the ENGLISH IS FUN channel ► http://bit.ly/2qiUj5H Check out some of our best lessons ► http://bit.ly/2mMiKT0 ==============//============== Follow ENGLISH IS FUN! Facebook: ►fb.com/englishero.net Twitter: ► https://bit.ly/2sDZjAW Instagram: ►https://bit.ly/2sDZjAW Google+: ► https://plus.google.com/u/0/+Englishi... ========================//==================== For business inquiries ONLY: [email protected] =======================//=====================
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The Difference Between JUST and ONLY (SUBTITLES) // Adverbs in English (2018)
 
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In today’s video, Sarah’s going to be answering the question: What is the difference between the word JUST and the word ONLY? Okay, let’s jump right into it guys. ONLY and JUST are both ADVERBS, so they’re used in similar ways, but they do have slightly different meanings in different contexts, so it’s important to know how they’re used differently, so you can speak English naturally and fluently in everyday situations. Now, in general we use the word JUST in more informal ways, and the word ONLY in more formal situations. So, let’s start by talking about the various meanings of the word JUST. 1.JUST can mean EXACTLY/ PRECISELY For example: I love this dress! It JUST what I was looking for. 2.JUST can also mean A MOMENT AGO For example: Where are my keys? I JUST had them A MOMENT AGO and now they disappeared. 3.JUST can also be used to show emphasis, usually in a way that shows some kind of annoyance. For example: Could you JUST calm down and JUST listen to me for a moment? Now, ONLY and JUST are sometimes interchangeable: 1.They both mean recently For example: I ONLY got my oil changed a week ago. = I JUST got my oil changed a week ago. When we use the word JUST we’re implying that it happens very recently. When we use the word ONLY we’re saying it happens recently but might be not so urgently. We also use ONLY to refer to a single object or a person. The word JUST doesn’t have this meaning whatsoever, so this is the one meaning that is very different between JUST and ONLY. For example: John is my ONLY brother. Lastly, ONLY can be used as JUST to show emphasis, for example: I ONLY have six friends. Okay, so this was our lesson for today. Practice creating your own sentences using the word ONLY and JUST in the comment section below. #Adverbs, #JUSTAndONLY, #DifferenceBetweenJustAndOnly Guys, please SUBSCRIBE to Sarah’s English Club channel to help it hits 10k Subs. Sarah’s YouTube channel: https://bit.ly/2LGhSzV You can book a 1:1 lesson with Sarah here: https://bit.ly/2Lsxfws Or send Sarah an email if you have any questions at [email protected] Sarah does create free weekly lesson here: https://bit.ly/2mKDpcJ And Sarah also gives away a FREE eBook when you sign up for my mailing list. You can sign up for it here: http://eepurl.com/de0fQv Subscribe to the Members Only Club - https://bit.ly/2JYhFmy Subscribe to the VIP Club - https://bit.ly/2JX6meu Follow Sarah on Facebook: fb.com/sarahsenglishclub Instagram: https://bit.ly/2JYiJa7 You can also visit her website at www.sarahsenglishclub.com ✌✌❤️😍👍ENGLISH IS FUN👍😍❤️✌✌ ===============//============= Subscribe to the ENGLISH IS FUN channel ► http://bit.ly/2qiUj5H Check out some of our best lessons ► http://bit.ly/2mMiKT0 ==============//============== Follow ENGLISH IS FUN! Facebook: ►fb.com/englishero.net Twitter: ► https://bit.ly/2sDZjAW Instagram: ►https://bit.ly/2sDZjAW Google+: ► https://plus.google.com/u/0/+Englishi... ========================//==================== For business inquiries ONLY: [email protected] =======================//=====================
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We Can't Stop ENGSUB
 
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We can't stop ENGSUB Original uploaded by BOYCEAVENUE Original video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uzgp65UnPxA
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1 Simple Practice Helps You Understand Native Speaker Better (2018)
 
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1 Simple Practice that will help you understand native English speaker much better. Unfortunately, many students even advanced students leave their classroom English study and then find out they actually can't understand English speakers or they can't understand the English used on movies and TV, and they become really frustrated, but don't worry, the only reason why it's because you're not exposed to the type of English used in everyday conversations which is very different from the English that you learn in a textbook. In today’s video I’d like to help you understand natural spoken English. I'm going to say a sentence in natural spoken English three times and I want you to write down exactly what you hear word-for-word in the comments below, afterwards I'll explain to you the expression that I use and the pronunciation changes that took place. #1SimplePracticeThatHelpsYouUnderstandNativeSpeakerBetter, #PracticeSpeakingEnglish Please SUBSCIRBE to Jennifer YouTube Channel: Jennifer YouTube Channel: https://bit.ly/2A01Sma FREE TRAINING CLASS - Learn How to Write a Professional Email. Register Now for FREE: https://bit.ly/2Ll4MZn Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/JForrestEnglish Twitter: https://twitter.com/JForrestEnglish Website: http://www.jforrestenglish.com/ Free Guide – Speak English Fluently & Confidently in 6 Easy Steps. Download Now: https://bit.ly/2tZLxfU ✌✌❤️😍👍ENGLISH IS FUN👍😍❤️✌✌ ===============//============= Subscribe to the ENGLISH IS FUN channel ► http://bit.ly/2qiUj5H Check out some of our best lessons ► http://bit.ly/2mMiKT0 ==============//============== Follow ENGLISH IS FUN! Facebook: ►fb.com/englishero.net Twitter: ► https://bit.ly/2sDZjAW Instagram: ►https://bit.ly/2sDZjAW Google+: ► https://plus.google.com/u/0/+Englishi... ========================//==================== For business inquiries ONLY: [email protected] =======================//=====================
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The Difference Between IF and WHETHER (SUBTITLES) (2018)
 
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In today’s video, Sarah’s going to be answering the question: What is the difference between the word IF and the word WHETHER? Okay, let’s jump right into it guys. Basically these words are often INTERCHANGEABLE, especially in spoken English. For example: Rachel didn’t know IF John would be at the party this weekend. Or: Rachel didn’t know WHETHER John would be at the party this weekend. Both are correct. Now, let’s talk about some differences. You’ve probably studied conditional sentence in school. When you learn about the conditional, you learn that we use the word IF. For example: Let me know IF you will be at the party this weekend. Or: IF you will be at the party this weekend, let me know. Now, we use WHETHER when we want to show two options. For example: Rachel didn’t know WHETHER John would get to the party by 6:00PM or 7:00PM. In this example, we know that you will be at the party but we don’t know if he will be there by 6:00PM or 7:00PM. There are two options, so this sentence has difference meaning than: Rachel didn’t know IF John would get to the party by 6:00PM or 7:00PM. When we use the word WHETHER we know it’s one of two options. Another common phrase is: WHETHER OR NOT Whether or not means to say or do or not do or say something. We use this a lot when someone has an option or choice to do something or not do something. We use it when we don’t know what the outcome will be. Either, something will happen or it won’t. For example: Let me know WHETHER OR NOT you’ll be at the party. So, if you’re going to go to the party, call me and say “Yes, I’ll be there.” If you’re not going to go to the party, call me and say “No, I’ll not be at the party.” I’m not sure WHETHER OR NOT I’m going out tonight. I’m really tired and I’ve been sick all week. I’m not sure WHETHER OR NOT I want to start a new job right now. I’m not sure WHETHER OR NOT I want to move to a new city. Okay, so this was our lesson for today. Practice creating your own sentences using IF, WHETHER, WHETHER OR NOT in the comment section below. #IfAndWhether, #DifferenceBetweenIfAndWhether, #WhetherOrNot Guys, please SUBSCRIBE to Sarah’s English Club channel to help it hits 10k Subs. Sarah’s YouTube channel: https://bit.ly/2LGhSzV You can book a 1:1 lesson with Sarah here: https://bit.ly/2Lsxfws Or send Sarah an email if you have any questions at [email protected] Sarah does create free weekly lesson here: https://bit.ly/2mKDpcJ And Sarah also gives away a FREE eBook when you sign up for my mailing list. You can sign up for it here: http://eepurl.com/de0fQv Subscribe to the Members Only Club - https://bit.ly/2JYhFmy Subscribe to the VIP Club - https://bit.ly/2JX6meu Follow Sarah on Facebook: fb.com/sarahsenglishclub Instagram: https://bit.ly/2JYiJa7 You can also visit her website at www.sarahsenglishclub.com ✌✌❤️😍👍ENGLISH IS FUN👍😍❤️✌✌ ===============//============= Subscribe to the ENGLISH IS FUN channel ► http://bit.ly/2qiUj5H Check out some of our best lessons ► http://bit.ly/2mMiKT0 ==============//============== Follow ENGLISH IS FUN! Facebook: ►fb.com/englishero.net Twitter: ► https://bit.ly/2sDZjAW Instagram: ►https://bit.ly/2sDZjAW Google+: ► https://plus.google.com/u/0/+Englishi... ========================//==================== For business inquiries ONLY: [email protected] =======================//=====================
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Prepositions Of Time || Basic English Grammar Lesson ⏰🌹❤️ (2018)
 
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Prepositions Of Time || Basic English Grammar Lesson (2018) I always call my friend in the weekend, or is it at the weekend, or on the weekend? Which one is it? Do you know the answer? In today's lesson I'll teach you how to use prepositions at, on, in with time references. At the end of the video I'll share with you a bonus tip to help you remember these expressions easily. At: We use at with Specific Time I wake up at 6:00 am. Class starts at 7:30. We also use at with Meal Times (breakfast, lunch and dinner) I'll call you at breakfast. I always go for a walk at lunch. Remember I'm not talking about the meal. I'm talking about the time. Breakfast time. We use at with a specific part of the day. I'm never up at sunrise. The sky is so beautiful at sunset. Finally, we use at with festivals / Holidays, for the entire length of time. What are you doing at Easter? In We use in for longer periods of time. In + Month I'm going on vacation in July. In + Year He was born in 1991. In + Seasons It's always hot in summer. On We use On + Day of Week I never work on Sundays. And On + Date Her birthday is on April 2nd. I'm not working on New Year's Eve. Now notice here, New Years is a holiday, but I'm talking about the specific date, New Years Eve, December 31. So we use on. Now, let's look at some common time expressions. I only watch TV at night. But. I can say. In the morning, afternoon, evening. He called me in the afternoon. On the weekend. I usually see my friend on the weekend. Here’s a bonus tip. When you learn a new vocabulary, learn the preposition with it. Not separately. Don't think of them as two separate things, think of them as an expression that go together. This will save you a lot of time and frustration. #EnglishisFun, #PrepositionsOfTime, #BasicEnglishGrammar2018 Please SUBSCIRBE to Jennifer YouTube Channel: Jennifer YouTube Channel: https://bit.ly/2A01Sma FREE TRAINING CLASS - Learn How to Write a Professional Email. Register Now for FREE: https://bit.ly/2Ll4MZn Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/JForrestEnglish Twitter: https://twitter.com/JForrestEnglish Website: http://www.jforrestenglish.com/ Free Guide – Speak English Fluently & Confidently in 6 Easy Steps. Download Now: https://bit.ly/2tZLxfU ✌✌❤️😍👍ENGLISH IS FUN👍😍❤️✌✌ ===============//============= Subscribe to the ENGLISH IS FUN channel ► http://bit.ly/2qiUj5H Check out some of our best lessons ► http://bit.ly/2mMiKT0 ==============//============== Follow ENGLISH IS FUN! Facebook: ►fb.com/englishero.net Twitter: ► https://bit.ly/2sDZjAW Instagram: ►https://bit.ly/2sDZjAW Google+: ► https://plus.google.com/u/0/+Englishi... ========================//==================== For business inquiries ONLY: [email protected] =======================//=====================❤️
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Learn English through Comedy Film Funny English conversation with Subtitles 06
 
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10 Natural Ways To Say Goodbye In English || Sound Like A Native Speaker (2018)
 
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10 Natural Ways To Say Goodbye In English || Sound Like A Native Speaker (2018) I bet at the end of the night you want to say goodbye but you're not really sure of different expressions and you always use the same one over and over again “goodbye”, “bye”, “goodnight”. Let's expand your vocabulary and give you ten other ways that you can say goodbye, ten really natural ways that you can say goodbye like a native English speaker. Okay, so let's dive right in and get started. 1.See you/ ya later 2.See you/ ya soon 3.Take care! 4.Have a great night! 5.Talk to you/ ya later. 6.Talk soon. 7.Have a good one. 8.Later gater. In a while, crocodile #EnglishisFun, #10NaturalWaysToSayGoodbyeInEnglish, #HowToSayGoodbyeInEnglish2018 Please SUBSCIRBE to Jennifer YouTube Channel: Jennifer YouTube Channel: https://bit.ly/2A01Sma FREE TRAINING CLASS - Learn How to Write a Professional Email. Register Now for FREE: https://bit.ly/2Ll4MZn Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/JForrestEnglish Twitter: https://twitter.com/JForrestEnglish Website: http://www.jforrestenglish.com/ Free Guide – Speak English Fluently & Confidently in 6 Easy Steps. Download Now: https://bit.ly/2tZLxfU ✌✌❤️😍👍ENGLISH IS FUN👍😍❤️✌✌ ===============//============= Subscribe to the ENGLISH IS FUN channel ► http://bit.ly/2qiUj5H Check out some of our best lessons ► http://bit.ly/2mMiKT0 ==============//============== Follow ENGLISH IS FUN! Facebook: ►fb.com/englishero.net Twitter: ► https://bit.ly/2sDZjAW Instagram: ►https://bit.ly/2sDZjAW Google+: ► https://plus.google.com/u/0/+Englishi... ========================//==================== For business inquiries ONLY: [email protected] =======================//=====================❤️
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LEARN ENGLISH VIA SONGS | ATTENTION CHARLIE PUTH | COVER VERSION
 
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LEARN ENGLISH VIA SONGS ATTENTION - CHARLIE PUTH | COVER VERSION Subscribe to the ENGLISH IS FUN channel ► http://bit.ly/2qiUj5H Check out some of the Best ENGLISH IS FUN? Episodes ► http://bit.ly/2mMiKT0 Follow ENGLISH IS FUN! Facebook: ► Twitter: ► https://twitter.com/EnglishIsFun999 Instagram: ► https://www.instagram.com/englishisfun999/ Google+: ► http://bit.ly/2qiGLak ►Disclaimer: Some videos and images on this channel might use material from the third party and I do not own these materials or intend to violate any copyrights. The videos are created for educational purpose only and follow the Fair Use rule as outlined at https://www.youtube.com/yt/copyright/... I always try to give credit to the right source when available or known. If you own the rights to the footage/image and wish to give you the credit or remove this video please contact me ASAP at [email protected]
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Learn English through Comedy Film Funny English conversation with Subtitles 01
 
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Learn English through comedy film Funny conversation with Subtitles 003
 
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Learn English through comedy film Funny conversation with Subtitles 003
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Difference Between CLOTHES and CLOTHING (2018)
 
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Difference Between CLOTHES and CLOTHING 2018? In today’s video, Sarah’s going to teach answer the question: What’s the difference between the word “CLOTHES” and the word “CLOTHING” Okay, let’s dive in, dude. And hope you guys enjoy the lesson. #EnglishisFun, #CLOTHESandCLOTHING, #CommonEnglishExpressions Guys, please SUBSCRIBE to Sarah’s English Club channel to help it hits 10k Subs. Sarah’s YouTube channel: https://bit.ly/2LGhSzV You can book a 1:1 lesson with Sarah here: https://bit.ly/2Lsxfws Or send Sarah an email if you have any questions at [email protected] Sarah does create free weekly lesson here: https://bit.ly/2mKDpcJ And Sarah also gives away a FREE eBook when you sign up for my mailing list. You can sign up for it here: http://eepurl.com/de0fQv Subscribe to the Members Only Club - https://bit.ly/2JYhFmy Subscribe to the VIP Club - https://bit.ly/2JX6meu Follow Sarah on Facebook: fb.com/sarahsenglishclub Instagram: https://bit.ly/2JYiJa7 You can also visit her website at www.sarahsenglishclub.com ✌✌❤️😍👍ENGLISH IS FUN👍😍❤️✌✌ ===============//============= Subscribe to the ENGLISH IS FUN channel ► http://bit.ly/2qiUj5H Check out some of our best lessons ► http://bit.ly/2mMiKT0 ==============//============== Follow ENGLISH IS FUN! Facebook: ►fb.com/englishero.net Twitter: ► https://bit.ly/2sDZjAW Instagram: ►https://bit.ly/2sDZjAW Google+: ► https://plus.google.com/u/0/+Englishi... ========================//==================== For business inquiries ONLY: [email protected] =======================//=====================🙏
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Difference Between HOPE and WISH (2018)
 
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Difference Between HOPE and WISH 2018? In today’s video, Sarah’s going to teach answer the question: What’s the difference between the word “HOPE” and the word “WISH” Okay, let’s dive in, dude. And hope you guys enjoy today’s lesson. #EnglishisFun, #HOPEandWISH, #CommonEnglishExpressions Guys, please SUBSCRIBE to Sarah’s English Club channel to help it hits 10k Subs. Sarah’s YouTube channel: https://bit.ly/2LGhSzV You can book a 1:1 lesson with Sarah here: https://bit.ly/2Lsxfws Or send Sarah an email if you have any questions at [email protected] Sarah does create free weekly lesson here: https://bit.ly/2mKDpcJ And Sarah also gives away a FREE eBook when you sign up for my mailing list. You can sign up for it here: http://eepurl.com/de0fQv Subscribe to the Members Only Club - https://bit.ly/2JYhFmy Subscribe to the VIP Club - https://bit.ly/2JX6meu Follow Sarah on Facebook: fb.com/sarahsenglishclub Instagram: https://bit.ly/2JYiJa7 You can also visit her website at www.sarahsenglishclub.com ✌✌❤️😍👍ENGLISH IS FUN👍😍❤️✌✌ ===============//============= Subscribe to the ENGLISH IS FUN channel ► http://bit.ly/2qiUj5H Check out some of our best lessons ► http://bit.ly/2mMiKT0 ==============//============== Follow ENGLISH IS FUN! Facebook: ►fb.com/englishero.net Twitter: ► https://bit.ly/2sDZjAW Instagram: ►https://bit.ly/2sDZjAW Google+: ► https://plus.google.com/u/0/+Englishi... ========================//==================== For business inquiries ONLY: [email protected] =======================//=====================🙏
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Stop Translating and Start Thinking in English // Simple Tips (2018)
 
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In today's lesson I'm going to share with you five simple tips to help you stop translating and start thinking in English. Okay let's get Started. Don't learn through translation: Many students learn by printing out a vocabulary sheet of let's say helpful objects with their native language on one side and the translation on the other. At this point, you're training yourself to translate, so it's not surprising when you go to talk about these objects you have to first translate them in your head. To prevent them, don't learn this way instead get sticky note and write down the English word and put it on the object. That way when you look at the object you will only think about word related to it. An English only dictionary is your best friend and if your teacher is using your native language to teach you English. Honestly they're doing more harm than good. When I teach French speakers, even though I know the language I would never explain a concept in French. I would only use English to explain it and if they don't understand I would just think of a different way to explain it to them. For a lot of people it's not possible to study English in North America, but you can still bring an English environment to you: change your computer to English, your phone, email, any other electronics. You'll learn so much vocabulary without even trying. This is how children learn their native language. They learn it by being exposed to it and this is how you should learn your second language. You can also immerse yourself in English by constantly listening to it both passively and actively. Have an English music and TV on in the background while you do chores and run errands, watch English TV for 30 minutes. Even if you don't understand a word, your brain is still working processing the pronounciation, learning sentence structure, vocabulary, and grammar. This is a great activity to do when you have time to kill, let's say you're stuck in a traffic jam instead of getting frustrated you can use this time to practice your English, look around you and make simple statements in English, any statements will work. For example: I'm hot.// That car is blue.// This car is red.// His car is old.//The sun is shining. //The traffic is bad. I'm hungry. If these statements are too easy for you, then make some more complex, for instant:This traffic jam is so frustrating. I wish I was at home now. I'm going to be late. The key is to start small and gradually work your way up. At the beginning, don't expect to think in English for more than 1 to 2 minutes at a time as you become more comfortable with it, make the time longer to see the most progress, do these activities every day, repetition is key to learning any new skill. It's a lot better to spend 10 minutes a day practising than 1 hour once a week, but be patient with yourself, don't expect instant results, compare your progress after 1 months of daily practice, not 1 week, follow these tips and you'll be thinking in English in no time, but remember some translation is natural and to be expected. Do you translate in your head? Do you have any other advice to share? #ThinkInEnglish, #StopTranslating, #1EasyTipOnHowToThinkInEnglish Please SUBSCIRBE to Jennifer YouTube Channel: Jennifer YouTube Channel: https://bit.ly/2A01Sma FREE TRAINING CLASS - Learn How to Write a Professional Email. Register Now for FREE: https://bit.ly/2Ll4MZn Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/JForrestEnglish Twitter: https://twitter.com/JForrestEnglish Website: http://www.jforrestenglish.com/ Free Guide – Speak English Fluently & Confidently in 6 Easy Steps. Download Now: https://bit.ly/2tZLxfU ✌✌❤️😍👍ENGLISH IS FUN👍😍❤️✌✌ ===============//============= Subscribe to the ENGLISH IS FUN channel ► http://bit.ly/2qiUj5H Check out some of our best lessons ► http://bit.ly/2mMiKT0 ==============//============== Follow ENGLISH IS FUN! Facebook: ►fb.com/englishero.net Twitter: ► https://bit.ly/2sDZjAW Instagram: ►https://bit.ly/2sDZjAW Google+: ► https://plus.google.com/u/0/+Englishi... ========================//==================== For business inquiries ONLY: [email protected] =======================//=====================
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Shoulda Woulda Coulda // Learn & Practice Reduction Words (2018)
 
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In today’s video, Sarah’s going talk about reductions in English and why they are so important for you to learn practice and use in spoken English. As you might know, all languages use reduction in the spoken form. You can kind of think of it as being lazy. We’re lazy with our speaking and so we reduce the syllables and the sounds to just simplify them. A lot of times, we blend them together and this is often why you have problems understanding when you’re listening to the news, TED Talks, YouTube videos – whatever you’re listening to. A lot of times, it’s because you can’t really understand the reduction well. In this video, Sarah’s going to be talking about three words that we commonly reduce in English – shoulda woulda coulda. Shoulda, woulda, coulda are all reductions of should have, would have, and could have. Now, if you’re reading a book, if you’re reading an email, if you’re reading anything, you’re going to see this written like this! Should have, would have, could have. However, in speaking and everyday conversation – when you’re talking to someone, you’re gonna hear them say shoulda, woulda, coulda. For example: I should have gone to the grocery store after work today. I shoulda gone to the grocery store after work today. Notice that there’s two reductions in this sentence – SHOULDA and TO THE. A lot of times prepostions, articles,… those are function words and they’re not as important, so with those kinds of words, we often reduce them – make them shorter – blend them together. I would have picked you up from the airport if you would have given me a call. I WOULD’VE picked you up from the airport if you WOULD’VE given me a call. Again, two reductions in this sentence – same word, WOULD’VE – Would have. I coulda come in to work early yesterday if you would’ve given me a call. I COULDA come in to work early yesterday if you WOULD’VE given me a call. Again, we have two reductions here: COULDA and WOULD’VE. Now, really COULDA means “could have” and WOULD’VE means “would have”. Shoulda coulda woulda is also a common idiom that we use. If someone says, “upp, shoulda woulda coulda”, it means it would have been possible, it would have been great, but that just didn’t happen. Thank of a situation where someone says, “Oh, we should have done this…” or “I wish we could have done this…” You just wish something’s different than how it actually turned out, you’d say, “Uup shoulda woulda coulda” #ShouldaWouldaCoulda, #ShouldHaveWouldHaveCouldHave Guys, please SUBSCRIBE to Sarah’s English Club channel to help it hits 10k Subs. Sarah’s YouTube channel: https://bit.ly/2LGhSzV You can book a 1:1 lesson with Sarah here: https://bit.ly/2Lsxfws Or send Sarah an email if you have any questions at [email protected] Sarah does create free weekly lesson here: https://bit.ly/2mKDpcJ And Sarah also gives away a FREE eBook when you sign up for my mailing list. You can sign up for it here: http://eepurl.com/de0fQv Subscribe to the Members Only Club - https://bit.ly/2JYhFmy Subscribe to the VIP Club - https://bit.ly/2JX6meu Follow Sarah on Facebook: fb.com/sarahsenglishclub Instagram: https://bit.ly/2JYiJa7 You can also visit her website at www.sarahsenglishclub.com ✌✌❤️😍👍ENGLISH IS FUN👍😍❤️✌✌ ===============//============= Subscribe to the ENGLISH IS FUN channel ► http://bit.ly/2qiUj5H Check out some of our best lessons ► http://bit.ly/2mMiKT0 ==============//============== Follow ENGLISH IS FUN! Facebook: ►fb.com/englishero.net Twitter: ► https://bit.ly/2sDZjAW Instagram: ►https://bit.ly/2sDZjAW Google+: ► https://plus.google.com/u/0/+Englishi... ========================//==================== For business inquiries ONLY: [email protected] =======================//=====================
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3 SIMPLE TIPS ON HOW TO SPEAK ENGLISH NATURALLY AND CONFIDENTLY
 
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3 SIMPLE TIPS ON HOW TO SPEAK ENGLISH NATURALLY AND CONFIDENTLY 3 TIPS ĐƠN GIẢN LÀM SAO ĐỂ NÓI TIẾNG ANH TỰ NHIÊN VÀ NHANH HƠN. Learn how to speak English fast with Jenifer, a Certified English Teacher and Communications Expert. These English speaking tips will also improve your English listening skills, and help you sound more natural.  ============================//======================== SUBSCRIBE to JForrestEnglish for more lovely video lessons guys:   ►Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/c/jforrestenglish?sub_confirmation=1 ►Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/JForrestEnglish  ►Twitter: https://twitter.com/JForrestEnglish ►LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jenniferf... ►Website: http://www.jforrestenglish.com/ ===============//================ FREE TRAINING CLASS *** Learn how to write a Professional Email. Register Now for FREE: http://courses.jforrestenglish.com/training ✌✌❤️😍👍ENGLISH IS FUN👍😍❤️✌✌ ===============//============= == Subscribe to the ENGLISH IS FUN channel ► http://bit.ly/2qiUj5H Check out some of our best lessons ► http://bit.ly/2mMiKT0 ========================//========================== Follow ENGLISH IS FUN! Facebook: ►fb.com/englishero.net Twitter: ► https://bit.ly/2sDZjAW Instagram: ►https://bit.ly/2sDZjAW Google+: ► https://plus.google.com/u/0/+EnglishisFun1 ========================//=============== For business inquiries: [email protected] =======================//================ Video này từ JFORREST ENGLISH. Tác giả Jenifer của JFORREST ENGLISH sử dụng giấy phép Creative Commons cho phép tái sử dụng clip của cô ấy tuân thủ quy định của Youtube.
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Difference Between Speak and Talk // Sự Khác Nhau Giữa Speak và Talk (2018)
 
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In today’s video, Sarah’s going to be answering a question “What’s the difference between the word SPEAK and the word TALK?” Basically, these two words are very similar. When you SPEAK and when you TALK words come out of your month. Now, in general the word “SPEAK” is used when one person is saying something words are coming out of their mouth to one or more people, but that one person is the only one doing the speaking. For example: I SPOKE to them about the changes in the schedule last week. I was the one doing the speaking. The other people just listened. They were not speaking. “TALK”, on the other hand, implies a conversation between two or more people. So, there’s more communication happening with the word “TALK”. They are TALKING about him behind his back. When he was not there, when he was in a difference place,… they were all communicate about him. Now, both the words “SPEAK” and “TALK” are often followed by prepositions “TO” and “WITH”. So, I could say: I’ll SPEAK TO him about it tomorrow. I’ll SPEAK WITH him about it tomorrow. Or I could also say: I’ll TALK TO him about it tomorrow. I’ll TALK WITH him about it tomorrow. These prepositions are very similar and the meanings are very similar as well. Now let’s TALK a little bit more about common EXPRESSIONS and PHRASES that use the word “TALK” and “SPEAK”. The first expression is: Be TALKATIVE If you’re talkative, you’re a person that likes to TALK a lot. This could be a good thing, or it could be a bad thing… depending on the person, the situation, the context. For example: I really like your sister. She is really TALKATIVE. Our second phrase is: SPEAK a language For example: I SPEAK Portuguese. I SPEAK Italian. Don’t say: I TALK Portuguese. I TALK Italian. (These sentences are wrong.) You can: Give a SPEECH/ Give a TALK. They are very similar phrases. If you “give a TALKE”, or you “give a SPEECH”, you are up in front of many many people and you’re talking about something that you know, that you want to tell other people about, that you’re educating other people on. The fifth phrase is: SPEAKING of which “SPEAKING of which” is a transitional phrase that we use to refer back to something that we were talking about before. For example: Oh, SPEAKING of which, will you come over and feed my cat? #SpeakAndTalk, #DifferenceBetweenSpeakAndTalk Guys, please SUBSCRIBE to Sarah’s English Club channel to help it hits 10k Subs. Sarah’s YouTube channel: https://bit.ly/2LGhSzV You can book a 1:1 lesson with Sarah here: https://bit.ly/2Lsxfws Or send Sarah an email if you have any questions at [email protected] Sarah does create free weekly lesson here: https://bit.ly/2mKDpcJ And Sarah also gives away a FREE eBook when you sign up for my mailing list. You can sign up for it here: http://eepurl.com/de0fQv Subscribe to the Members Only Club - https://bit.ly/2JYhFmy Subscribe to the VIP Club - https://bit.ly/2JX6meu Follow Sarah on Facebook: fb.com/sarahsenglishclub Instagram: https://bit.ly/2JYiJa7 You can also visit her website at www.sarahsenglishclub.com ✌✌❤️😍👍ENGLISH IS FUN👍😍❤️✌✌ ===============//============= Subscribe to the ENGLISH IS FUN channel ► http://bit.ly/2qiUj5H Check out some of our best lessons ► http://bit.ly/2mMiKT0 ==============//============== Follow ENGLISH IS FUN! Facebook: ►fb.com/englishero.net Twitter: ► https://bit.ly/2sDZjAW Instagram: ►https://bit.ly/2sDZjAW Google+: ► https://plus.google.com/u/0/+Englishi... ========================//==================== For business inquiries ONLY: [email protected] =======================//=====================
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Phrasal Verb of the Day || 1000 Phrasal Verb Challenge (Day 30) 🙏🏆🌹 (2018)
 
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Phrasal Verb of the Day || 1000 Phrasal Verb Challenge (Day 30) Today, Shane’s going to teach you guys a phrase that is commonly used in every day conversation. Learn, practice, and use the phrase could help you speak English more natural, confident, and without hesitation. Phrasal verb of the day is a new challenge for you to learn and master 1000 plus phrasal verbs every single day. Okay, without further ado. Let’s dive in. Today’s phrase is: TO GO DOWN Now, actually to go down can have several meanings. But, I’m going to mean actual going, actual movement down. And when we say down, down can mean basically three things. It can mean to the south. Because we say north, west, east, south. South is down. So it can mean to go south.  It can mean to go down the hill, or down the elevator. So, actually going up and going down, and it can physically mean going down. Okay? And what’s the third meaning? It means... Ahh, I’ll give you two more meanings. One is downtown, to go down with the nuance of downtown. I’m going down to the bar tonight. And that means out of the neighbourhood, into the urban area. I’m going down to the store, out of the housing area and to the store. If you had ever been to America. You should see that we have very large housing areas with no stores. So you need to have a car, or a bicycle to go to the store. So it’s not just a store, and a bakery, and a gas station, and maybe a movie theater, and some shops. So that area is the urban area. It might be downtown. So I’m going down to the store that means that urban area. Okay? And another nuance of down is down the hall. So, if you’re in a hallway. You alway down the hall to the other end of the hall. That’s another usage. So down the hall, it means the opposite end of the hall. Okay? Here’s the dialogue: A: Are you going down to the store today? B: I went down yesterday. A: Please? I need some more beer! B: Go get it yourself. #EnglishisFun, #PhrasalVerbOfTheDay, #1000PhrasalVerbChallenge Guys, please SUBSCRIBE to Shane’s YouTube channel: Shane’s YouTube channel: https://bit.ly/2pvfxLp Shane’s Facebook: https://bit.ly/2ptXllc Shane’s Website: https://bit.ly/2pz3fBz ✌✌❤️😍👍ENGLISH IS FUN👍😍❤️✌✌ ===============//============= Subscribe to the ENGLISH IS FUN channel ► http://bit.ly/2qiUj5H Check out some of our best lessons ► http://bit.ly/2mMiKT0 ==============//============== Follow ENGLISH IS FUN! Facebook: ►fb.com/englishero.net Twitter: ► https://bit.ly/2sDZjAW Instagram: ►https://bit.ly/2sDZjAW Google+: ► https://plus.google.com/u/0/+Englishi... ========================//==================== For business inquiries ONLY: [email protected] =======================//=====================🙏
Views: 2849 English is Fun
Phrasal Verb of the Day || 1000 Phrasal Verb Challenge (Day 10) 💚🏇🏆(2018)
 
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Phrasal Verb of the Day || 1000 Phrasal Verb Challenge (Day 10) Today, Shane’s going to teach you guys a phrase that is commonly used in every day conversation. Learn, practice, and use the phrase could help you speak English more natural, confident, and without hesitation. Phrasal verb of the day is a new challenge for you to learn and master 1000 plus phrasal verbs every single day. Okay, without further ado. Let’s dive in. Today’s phrase is: TO GO ALL OUT. To go all out means to do one hundred and ten percent of your energy, of your passion, of whatever. So to go all out means all of your energy, all of your passion, all of your ability is going out, it's comming out, you're doing everything you can. Here’s the dialogue: Look at all the bags! Christmas shopping! I went all out this year. Did you get one for me? No. You said you didn't believe in Santa. #EnglishisFun, #PhrasalVerbOfTheDay, #1000PhrasalVerbChallenge Guys, please SUBSCRIBE to Shane’s YouTube channel: Shane’s YouTube channel: https://bit.ly/2pvfxLp Shane’s Facebook: https://bit.ly/2ptXllc Shane’s Website: https://bit.ly/2pz3fBz ✌✌❤️😍👍ENGLISH IS FUN👍😍❤️✌✌ ===============//============= Subscribe to the ENGLISH IS FUN channel ► http://bit.ly/2qiUj5H Check out some of our best lessons ► http://bit.ly/2mMiKT0 ==============//============== Follow ENGLISH IS FUN! Facebook: ►fb.com/englishero.net Twitter: ► https://bit.ly/2sDZjAW Instagram: ►https://bit.ly/2sDZjAW Google+: ► https://plus.google.com/u/0/+Englishi... ========================//==================== For business inquiries ONLY: [email protected] =======================//=====================
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How To Remember Vocabulary Forever (2018)
 
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#HowToRememberVocabulary In today’s video, Sarah’s going to answer one of the most common questions when you’re learning English: How to remember vocabulary and do not forget what we studied. Here are 4 steps to keep anything you learn in your long-term memory. The first step: LEARN The second step: PRACTICE – practice – PRACTICE!!! The third step: USE - use - USE The 4th step: REVIEW - review - REVIEW Guys, please SUBSCRIBE to Sarah’s English Club channel to help it hits 10k Subs. Sarah’s Youtube channel: https://bit.ly/2LGhSzV You can book a 1:1 lesson with Sarah here: https://bit.ly/2Lsxfws Or send Sarah an email if you have any questions at [email protected] Sarah does create free weekly lesson here: https://bit.ly/2mKDpcJ And Sarah also gives away a FREE eBook when you sign up for my mailing list. You can sign up for it here: http://eepurl.com/de0fQv Subscribe to the Members Only Club - https://bit.ly/2JYhFmy Subscribe to the VIP Club - https://bit.ly/2JX6meu Follow Sarah on Facebook: fb.com/sarahsenglishclub Instagram: https://bit.ly/2JYiJa7 You can also visit her website at www.sarahsenglishclub.com ✌✌❤️😍👍ENGLISH IS FUN👍😍❤️✌✌ ===============//============= Subscribe to the ENGLISH IS FUN channel ► http://bit.ly/2qiUj5H Check out some of our best lessons ► http://bit.ly/2mMiKT0 ==============//============== Follow ENGLISH IS FUN! Facebook: ►fb.com/englishero.net Twitter: ► https://bit.ly/2sDZjAW Instagram: ►https://bit.ly/2sDZjAW Google+: ► https://plus.google.com/u/0/+Englishi... ========================//==================== For business inquiries ONLY: [email protected] =======================//=====================
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Learn // Practice and Use "to Be Going to" and "Will" (2018)
 
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In today’s video, Sarah’s going to be answering the question: What’s the difference between the phrase “BE GOING TO” and the word “WILL”? Well, basically they’re both used to refer to something in the future. Although there are some differences between the two, they also can be used interchangeably. When we make a prediction, we can use WILL or TO BE GOING TO. For example, we could say: It WILL rain tomorrow. It IS GOING TO rain tomorrow. I WILL start my job next week. I AM GOING TO start my new job next week. Now, let’s talk about some differences between “WILL” and “TO BE GOING TO”. Generally, we use WILL when: Making rapid decisions For example: I’m not feeling very good today. I think I WILL leave work early. Making an offer For example: I WILL help you move next weekend! I WILL help carry the groceries in from the car. Making a promise For example: I promise I WILL mail the letter tomorrow. Making a threat For example: If you don’t stop sending me rude comments on Instagram, I WILL block you. Making a refusal: When we make a refusal, we use “WILL” in the negative sense. For example, I might say: I asked him for several times, but he won’t help me. He refuses. On the other hand, we use TO BE GOING TO when: Talking about prior plans Evidence/ signs/ proof of something When I mean “prior plans”, I mean that a decision was made before the moment of speaking. For example, let’s say one of your good friends asks you, “What are you doing this summer? What are your plans?” You might say, I AM GOING TO go to Thailand for 2 weeks. We also use TO BE GOING TO when there have evidence or signs that something is likely to happen in the future. For example: Hmm…It’s getting cloudy. I think, it’s GONNA rain. #ToBeGoingToAndWill, #LearnPracticeUseToBeGoingToAndWill Guys, please SUBSCRIBE to Sarah’s English Club channel to help it hits 10k Subs. Sarah’s YouTube channel: https://bit.ly/2LGhSzV You can book a 1:1 lesson with Sarah here: https://bit.ly/2Lsxfws Or send Sarah an email if you have any questions at [email protected] Sarah does create free weekly lesson here: https://bit.ly/2mKDpcJ And Sarah also gives away a FREE eBook when you sign up for my mailing list. You can sign up for it here: http://eepurl.com/de0fQv Subscribe to the Members Only Club - https://bit.ly/2JYhFmy Subscribe to the VIP Club - https://bit.ly/2JX6meu Follow Sarah on Facebook: fb.com/sarahsenglishclub Instagram: https://bit.ly/2JYiJa7 You can also visit her website at www.sarahsenglishclub.com ✌✌❤️😍👍ENGLISH IS FUN👍😍❤️✌✌ ===============//============= Subscribe to the ENGLISH IS FUN channel ► http://bit.ly/2qiUj5H Check out some of our best lessons ► http://bit.ly/2mMiKT0 ==============//============== Follow ENGLISH IS FUN! Facebook: ►fb.com/englishero.net Twitter: ► https://bit.ly/2sDZjAW Instagram: ►https://bit.ly/2sDZjAW Google+: ► https://plus.google.com/u/0/+Englishi... ========================//==================== For business inquiries ONLY: [email protected] =======================//=====================
Views: 3296 English is Fun
Easy Ways to Understand Native Speakers and Sound More Natural (2018)
 
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Easy ways to understand native speakers and sound more natural (2018) Can you understand fast paced English, the English they use on television, movies and cafes and pretty much everywhere outside of the classroom? If not the only reason is because you don't have enough experience listening to that type of English. So here's what we're going to do I'm going to say a sentence in natural spoken English three times and I want you to write down in the comments exactly what you hear word for word. At the ends of the video I'll explain what I said very slowly and I'll tell you the expressions are used and the pronunciation changes. #EnglishisFun, #EasyWaysTo UnderstandNativeSpeakers, Please SUBSCIRBE to Jennifer YouTube Channel: Jennifer YouTube Channel: https://bit.ly/2A01Sma FREE TRAINING CLASS - Learn How to Write a Professional Email. Register Now for FREE: https://bit.ly/2Ll4MZn Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/JForrestEnglish Twitter: https://twitter.com/JForrestEnglish Website: http://www.jforrestenglish.com/ Free Guide – Speak English Fluently & Confidently in 6 Easy Steps. Download Now: https://bit.ly/2tZLxfU ✌✌❤️😍👍ENGLISH IS FUN👍😍❤️✌✌ ===============//============= Subscribe to the ENGLISH IS FUN channel ► http://bit.ly/2qiUj5H Check out some of our best lessons ► http://bit.ly/2mMiKT0 ==============//============== Follow ENGLISH IS FUN! Facebook: ►fb.com/englishero.net Twitter: ► https://bit.ly/2sDZjAW Instagram: ►https://bit.ly/2sDZjAW Google+: ► https://plus.google.com/u/0/+Englishi... ========================//==================== For business inquiries ONLY: [email protected] =======================//=====================❤️
Views: 1599 English is Fun
#20 English Podcast | One of The Best Ways to Improve Your Listening Skills Ep.20 2018
 
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#20 English Podcast | One of the Best Ways to Improve Your Listening Skills [Ep.20] 2018 Also, DDM VIP and PIRF VIP are closing in October. They will be closed until January!! If you want to join, do it now! We do have a special if you join both DDM and PIRF VIP. Only $75 for VIP memberships in both PIRF and DDM each month! All the newest lessons, benefits AND all of the coaching form Coach Shane and the other coaches! THE BEST! You can join here ►✌️ https://bit.ly/2PCeWH7 ✌️ Support the Let’s Master English team! Or you can go here ►✌️ www.patreon.com/coachshane ✌️ Get a free AUDIO BOOK here ►✌️ www.audibletrial.com/lme ✌️ Study English, FREE ENGLISH LESSONS ►✌️ https://bit.ly/2FwL62h ✌️ ✌️ Today’s English expression and dialog ✌️ Today’s English expression: To keep me on my toes Dialog: Your spelling is wrong. Where? Here. You wrote "practise" but it should be "practice". Oh! Thanks for keeping me on my toes! Vietnamese Thầy viết chưa đúng ạ. Ở chổ nào vậy? Thầy viết “practise”, nhưng nó phải là “practice” Ồ! Cảm ơn em đã giúp tôi chú ý hơn! #EnglishisFun, #EnglishPodcast, #ToKeepMeOnMyToes ✌✌❤️😍👍ENGLISH IS FUN👍😍❤️✌✌ ===============//============= Subscribe to the ENGLISH IS FUN channel ► http://bit.ly/2qiUj5H Check out some of our best lessons ► http://bit.ly/2mMiKT0 ==============//============== Follow ENGLISH IS FUN! Facebook: ►fb.com/englishero.net Twitter: ► https://bit.ly/2sDZjAW Instagram: ►https://bit.ly/2sDZjAW Google+: ► https://plus.google.com/u/0/+Englishi... ========================//==================== For business inquiries ONLY: [email protected] =======================//=====================🙏
Views: 2078 English is Fun
Common English Expressions | Learn to Speak like an American (2018)
 
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In today’s video, Sarah’s going to teach you guys five English expressions which are commonly used in daily conversation. Learn and practice and use these phrases could help you speak more like a native speaker. Okay, let’s jump right into it dude. The first expression would be: Let’s roll. This is a very common expression we use when we want to get started with something or get going somewhere. Ok, let’s roll! Let’s get going! Let’s get out of the house. We need to go. Another common expression is: Let’s roll with it! Let’s just do it! Let’s go with it! It’s a good idea! We need to make progress happen. The second expression is: It’s up to you. If someone says it’s up to you, they’re saying it’s your choice. You decide. For example: A: What do you wanna do? Where should we eat? What movie should we go to? B: Well, it’s up to you. (I don’t really care about the choice. It’s your choice.) The next expression would be: To catch my drift. If you catch someone’s drift, you understand the meaning, implication, or insinuation of what a person is trying to tell you without that person directly telling you. For example: Well, if they break up, I won’t be too upset, if you catch my drift. In other words, I’m saying that I don’t really like they’re dating. I hope they break up. The fourth expression is: To cut a long story short. If you cut a long story short, it means that you do not say the details and everything in a story. You just say the main points because you don’t want to go on forever. You don’t want to bore people. You want it to be short and simple. For example: To cut a long story short, I simply told him that we will no longer need his services. This idiom is typically used at the beginning of a sentence. The last expression is: When hell freezes over. This is not a polite phrase. If you say: “when hell freezes over!”, you’re telling someone, “no way”, “that will never happen. I refuse to do that or to think that way or whatever...” Okay guys, that’s it for today’s lesson. Learn, practice and use these awesome expressions to sound more like a native English speaker dude. #EnglishisFun, #CommonEnglishExpressions, #LearnToSpeakLikeAnAmerican Guys, please SUBSCRIBE to Sarah’s English Club channel to help it hits 10k Subs. Sarah’s YouTube channel: https://bit.ly/2LGhSzV You can book a 1:1 lesson with Sarah here: https://bit.ly/2Lsxfws Or send Sarah an email if you have any questions at [email protected] Sarah does create free weekly lesson here: https://bit.ly/2mKDpcJ And Sarah also gives away a FREE eBook when you sign up for my mailing list. You can sign up for it here: http://eepurl.com/de0fQv Subscribe to the Members Only Club - https://bit.ly/2JYhFmy Subscribe to the VIP Club - https://bit.ly/2JX6meu Follow Sarah on Facebook: fb.com/sarahsenglishclub Instagram: https://bit.ly/2JYiJa7 You can also visit her website at www.sarahsenglishclub.com ✌✌❤️😍👍ENGLISH IS FUN👍😍❤️✌✌ ===============//============= Subscribe to the ENGLISH IS FUN channel ► http://bit.ly/2qiUj5H Check out some of our best lessons ► http://bit.ly/2mMiKT0 ==============//============== Follow ENGLISH IS FUN! Facebook: ►fb.com/englishero.net Twitter: ► https://bit.ly/2sDZjAW Instagram: ►https://bit.ly/2sDZjAW Google+: ► https://plus.google.com/u/0/+Englishi... ========================//==================== For business inquiries ONLY: [email protected] =======================//=====================
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Phrasal Verb of the Day || 1000 Phrasal Verb Challenge (Day 11) 💝❤️💛💜💚 (2018)
 
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Phrasal Verb of the Day 1000 Phrasal Verb Challenge (Day 11) Today, Shane’s going to teach you guys a phrase that is commonly used in every day conversation. Learn, practice, and use the phrase could help you speak English more natural, confident, and without hesitation. Phrasal verb of the day is a new challenge for you to learn and master 1000 plus phrasal verbs every single day. Okay, without further ado. Let’s dive in. Today’s phrase is: MY HEART AIN’T IN IT. My heart ain’t in it (my heart isn’t in it) means you’re not feeling motivated. You don’t have the passion. You have the knowledge but not your heart. Mentally you want to do it but your heart is not in it. Here’s the dialogue: Are you still learning about gardening? You bet! I’m really loving it. You? No, I quit. My heart ain’t in it. Aw, that’s too bad. #EnglishisFun, #PhrasalVerbOfTheDay, #1000PhrasalVerbChallenge Guys, please SUBSCRIBE to Shane’s YouTube channel: Shane’s YouTube channel: https://bit.ly/2pvfxLp Shane’s Facebook: https://bit.ly/2ptXllc Shane’s Website: https://bit.ly/2pz3fBz ✌✌❤️😍👍ENGLISH IS FUN👍😍❤️✌✌ ===============//============= Subscribe to the ENGLISH IS FUN channel ► http://bit.ly/2qiUj5H Check out some of our best lessons ► http://bit.ly/2mMiKT0 ==============//============== Follow ENGLISH IS FUN! Facebook: ►fb.com/englishero.net Twitter: ► https://bit.ly/2sDZjAW Instagram: ►https://bit.ly/2sDZjAW Google+: ► https://plus.google.com/u/0/+Englishi... ========================//==================== For business inquiries ONLY: [email protected] =======================//=====================
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Difference Between CAN, COULD, and ABLE TO 💋❤️🙏 (2019)
 
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Difference Between CAN, COULD, and ABLE TO 💋❤️🙏 (2019) 💋🌲Advanced English Grammar Course:👉 https://bit.ly/2V3W9Uh 💋🌲Everyday English Speaking Course:👉 https://bit.ly/2LzGDuU 💋🌲Vocabulary Builder Course:👉 https://bit.ly/2SeV0ra Shayna’s information: Website: https://bit.ly/2bLWvZu Join Espresso English Complete Course: https://bit.ly/2iIg6Qo Improve your SPEAKING skills: https://bit.ly/2FRGu6Y Facebook: https://bit.ly/2KJQ370 YouTube: https://bit.ly/2zzSswJ ✌✌❤️😍👍ENGLISH IS FUN👍😍❤️✌✌ ===============//============= Subscribe to the ENGLISH IS FUN channel ► http://bit.ly/2qiUj5H Check out some of our best lessons ► http://bit.ly/2mMiKT0 ==============//============== Follow ENGLISH IS FUN! Facebook: ►fb.com/englishero.net Twitter: ► https://bit.ly/2sDZjAW Instagram: ►https://bit.ly/2sDZjAW Google+: ► https://plus.google.com/u/0/+Englishi... ========================//==================== For business inquiries ONLY: [email protected] =======================//=====================🙏
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Prepositions Of Place || Basic English Grammar Lesson 🌹🇮🇳🙏(2018)
 
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Prepositions Of Place || Basic English Grammar Lesson (2018) I'm at the Mall, in the store, on the second floor. Humm, did you notice that I used 3 different prepositions: at, in, on. In today's lesson I'll teach you how to use these prepositions with places. At the end of the video I'll explain when both at and in can be used with places. At We use at with a Specific Place. Think of this as a point on a map. I'm at the bus stop. Please sign at the top of the page. We use AT with routine places: work, school, and home. He's at work today. In We use IN to refer to something that is inside a space. This space can have walls around it. She's in her room. But the walls can also be invisible. My mom's in London. We use IN with cars, taxis, and helicopters. We're in the car. ON We use ON for a vertical or horizontal surface. The picture is on the wall. She's driving on the road. We use on with buses, trains, planes and bikes. She's on the plane. Which is correct: I'm AT the Mall. I'm IN the Mall. Both are correct! When I say I'm at the Mall, I'm giving a point on a map. But a Mall is a big place, so this is a general location. When I say I'm in the mall, I'm being more specific. At the beginning of this video I said I'm at the Mall, in the sports store, on the 3rd floor. I gave you both a general and specific location. You can easily find me! #EnglishisFun, #PrepositionsOfPlace, #BasicEnglishGrammar2018 Please SUBSCIRBE to Jennifer YouTube Channel: Jennifer YouTube Channel: https://bit.ly/2A01Sma FREE TRAINING CLASS - Learn How to Write a Professional Email. Register Now for FREE: https://bit.ly/2Ll4MZn Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/JForrestEnglish Twitter: https://twitter.com/JForrestEnglish Website: http://www.jforrestenglish.com/ Free Guide – Speak English Fluently & Confidently in 6 Easy Steps. Download Now: https://bit.ly/2tZLxfU ✌✌❤️😍👍ENGLISH IS FUN👍😍❤️✌✌ ===============//============= Subscribe to the ENGLISH IS FUN channel ► http://bit.ly/2qiUj5H Check out some of our best lessons ► http://bit.ly/2mMiKT0 ==============//============== Follow ENGLISH IS FUN! Facebook: ►fb.com/englishero.net Twitter: ► https://bit.ly/2sDZjAW Instagram: ►https://bit.ly/2sDZjAW Google+: ► https://plus.google.com/u/0/+Englishi... ========================//==================== For business inquiries ONLY: [email protected] =======================//=====================❤️
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Improve Your Pronunciation || 5 Words You Probably Pronounce Wrong 😓😭😤 (2018)
 
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Improve Your Pronunciation || 5 Words You Probably Pronounce Wrong (2018) Is your pronunciation preventing you from speaking clearly in English? Don't worry, English pronunciation is hard. But it's actually quite easy to improve your pronunciation and reduce your accent. In today's lesson let's review 5 words that I hear students pronounce incorrectly all the time Aisle The spelling of this word is completely different than the pronunciation. Eye ul. Aisle. I prefer the aisle seat. Police. I gnore the police. Canada You need to stress the first syllable and make it longer and louder. It's not CA NA DA. It's Canada. I'm from Canada. Suit The vowel is pronounced as an oo sound. Suit. I bought a suit. Months. There is only 1 syllable in this word. Do not say month-is. It's months. #EnglishisFun, #EnglishPronunciationLesson, #5WordsYouPronounceWrong Please SUBSCIRBE to Jennifer YouTube Channel: Jennifer YouTube Channel: https://bit.ly/2A01Sma FREE TRAINING CLASS - Learn How to Write a Professional Email. Register Now for FREE: https://bit.ly/2Ll4MZn Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/JForrestEnglish Twitter: https://twitter.com/JForrestEnglish Website: http://www.jforrestenglish.com/ Free Guide – Speak English Fluently & Confidently in 6 Easy Steps. Download Now: https://bit.ly/2tZLxfU ✌✌❤️😍👍ENGLISH IS FUN👍😍❤️✌✌ ===============//============= Subscribe to the ENGLISH IS FUN channel ► http://bit.ly/2qiUj5H Check out some of our best lessons ► http://bit.ly/2mMiKT0 ==============//============== Follow ENGLISH IS FUN! Facebook: ►fb.com/englishero.net Twitter: ► https://bit.ly/2sDZjAW Instagram: ►https://bit.ly/2sDZjAW Google+: ► https://plus.google.com/u/0/+Englishi... ========================//==================== For business inquiries ONLY: [email protected] =======================//=====================
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GOAL Setting for English Learners || I Wish I knew This 10 Years Ago 🌹🏆 (2018)
 
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GOAL Setting for English Learners I Wish I knew This 10 Years Ago 2018 Did you know that people who write down their goals are 33% more likely to achieve them? Doesn't that sound like a very easy thing to do to get a 33% higher chance of success. All you need to do is set a goal, and write it down. Easy, right? In today's video I'll teach you how to set goals that help you become fluent, faster! First of all, let's talk about why you need a goal. Not having a goal is like going on a road trip without having a map. Imagine how much more difficult it will be to get to your destination. The destination, for you, is your goal. It's where you want to be. And the map is your plan for achieving those goals. Tell me right now, what are your goals for learning English? You need to find a goal that inspires you to want to learn English. A goal that is so powerful that you can't wait to work on it in the morning. A goal that makes you not want to sleep at night. Once you have this kind of goal, then nothing will stop you from achieving it. This is the goal that you should write down and start working towards. And you can have these motivational and powerful goals if you set SMART goals. Your goal should be: S - specific M - measurable A - Attainable R - Relevant and T - Timely So let's take your goal of improving English and turn it into a SMART goal. #EnglishisFun, GoalSettingForEnglishLearners, #SettingGoalForLearningEnglish2018 Please SUBSCIRBE to Jennifer YouTube Channel: Jennifer YouTube Channel: https://bit.ly/2A01Sma FREE TRAINING CLASS - Learn How to Write a Professional Email. Register Now for FREE: https://bit.ly/2Ll4MZn Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/JForrestEnglish Twitter: https://twitter.com/JForrestEnglish Website: http://www.jforrestenglish.com/ Free Guide – Speak English Fluently & Confidently in 6 Easy Steps. Download Now: https://bit.ly/2tZLxfU ✌✌❤️😍👍ENGLISH IS FUN👍😍❤️✌✌ ===============//============= Subscribe to the ENGLISH IS FUN channel ► http://bit.ly/2qiUj5H Check out some of our best lessons ► http://bit.ly/2mMiKT0 ==============//============== Follow ENGLISH IS FUN! Facebook: ►fb.com/englishero.net Twitter: ► https://bit.ly/2sDZjAW Instagram: ►https://bit.ly/2sDZjAW Google+: ► https://plus.google.com/u/0/+Englishi... ========================//==================== For business inquiries ONLY: [email protected] =======================//=====================
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LEARN ENGLISH WITH FAMOUS PEOPLE | MICHELLE OBAMA [SUBTITLES] |  LUYỆN NÓI TIẾNG ANH
 
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LEARN ENGLISH WITH FAMOUS PEOPLE | MICHELLE OBAMA [SUBTITLES] | LUYỆN NÓI TIẾNG ANH CÙNG NGƯỜI NỔI TIẾNG #ENGLISHSPEECH #MICHELLEOBAMA VOCABULARY Qualified [adjective] Having finished a training course, or having particular skills, etc. What makes you think that you are qualified for this job? Devotion [noun] support and affection ; loyalty and love or care for someone or something He is a teacher who inspires respect and devotion from his students. Advocate [noun] a lawyer who defends someone in a law court;  someone who publicly supports something He's a strong advocate of state ownership of the railways. Disillusioned [adjective]  disappointed and unhappy He's become a disillusioned man. Pack up [Phrasal Verb] To stop doing an activity: It’s 5:30, time to pack up and head home. Step up [phrasal verb] to take action when there is a need or opportunity for it Investors have to step up and assume more responsibility for their assets. Pick apart To find flaws in something or someone by close examination; criticize someone or something severely. The candidate picked her opponent's speech apart. buckle under To collapse or fall apart  Three people sitting on the chair at the same time caused it to buckle under. take the easy way out to end a situation in a way that seems easy, but is not the best or most sensible way I just took the easy way out and gave him some cash. have a thin skin idiom to be very sensitive to criticism or insults If you have a thin skin, you’ll never survive in politics. lash out to suddenly attack someone or something physically or criticize him, her, or it in an angry way Why's Tina in such a bad mood? She really lashed out at me when I was late for work. Well-informed [adj] having a lot of knowledge or information about a particular subjector things in general He was well informed and shrewd, with good, calm judgment. put forth (/forward) something to suggest an idea for consideration None of the ideas that I put forward have been accepted. worse offadjective poorer or in a more difficult situation: If Obama loses his job we'll be even worse off. Folks Another way of referring to one’s parents. I’m going home over Thanksgiving to see my folks. pass down something to give or transfer something to someone who is younger  My grandfather passed this watch down to me. ✌✌❤️😍👍ENGLISH IS FUN👍😍❤️✌✌ ===============//============= == The fun way to learn English effectively!!! New video every week with English subtitles. Where you enjoy every fantastic videos and improve your English skills. Please hit that LIKE, SUBSCRIBE button and TURN ON that little BELL icon on ENGLISH IS FUN channel, so that you won't miss out any fresh new videos. Stay tuned and have fun guys! ===================================//=================== ===================== Subscribe to the ENGLISH IS FUN channel ► http://bit.ly/2qiUj5H Check out some of our best lessons ► http://bit.ly/2mMiKT0 ========================//========================== Follow ENGLISH IS FUN! Facebook: ►fb.com/englishero.net Twitter: ► https://bit.ly/2sDZjAW Instagram: ►https://bit.ly/2sDZjAW Google+: ► https://plus.google.com/u/0/+EnglishisFun1 ========================//=============== For business inquiries: [email protected] =======================//================
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Advanced English Listening Test || Check your Listening Skills (2018)
 
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Advanced English Listening Test // Check your Listening Skills (2018) Your listening skills is to practice practice practice but you need to practice listening to natural spoken English the English you hear outside of the classroom, on television, and in movies so let's do that right now. I'm going to say a sentence in natural spoken English three times, and you need to write down in the comments exactly what you hear word for word. At the end I'll explain to you the pronunciation changes that take place and the expression that I use. Today’s expression is: It didn’t even cross my mind that they’d have the keys. They’d = they would #EnglishisFun, #AdvancedListeningTest, #EnglishListeningSkills Please SUBSCIRBE to Jennifer YouTube Channel: Jennifer YouTube Channel: https://bit.ly/2A01Sma FREE TRAINING CLASS - Learn How to Write a Professional Email. Register Now for FREE: https://bit.ly/2Ll4MZn Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/JForrestEnglish Twitter: https://twitter.com/JForrestEnglish Website: http://www.jforrestenglish.com/ Free Guide – Speak English Fluently & Confidently in 6 Easy Steps. Download Now: https://bit.ly/2tZLxfU ✌✌❤️😍👍ENGLISH IS FUN👍😍❤️✌✌ ===============//============= Subscribe to the ENGLISH IS FUN channel ► http://bit.ly/2qiUj5H Check out some of our best lessons ► http://bit.ly/2mMiKT0 ==============//============== Follow ENGLISH IS FUN! Facebook: ►fb.com/englishero.net Twitter: ► https://bit.ly/2sDZjAW Instagram: ►https://bit.ly/2sDZjAW Google+: ► https://plus.google.com/u/0/+Englishi... ========================//==================== For business inquiries ONLY: [email protected] =======================//=====================❤️
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Practice Using Preposition AT in Daily Conversation (2018)
 
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In today’s video, you’re going to practice using preposition AT in daily phrases and expressions. AT is one of the most common prepositions used in English. We have many phrases and expressions us AT when talking about time and place. So, when we are talking about specific time, we use AT. For example: I will meet you at 4:00 PM. We also use at when talking about some general times of the day. For example: At sunright, at sunset, at night We also use at for a specific location. For example: I will meet you at the restaurant tonight. A very common phrase you’ll hear with AT is “at home” For example: He’s at home playing video games. I stayed at home last night instead of going out. He was at the hospital for three weeks, but now he’s recovering at home. Three common phrases that you can learn, practice, and use with AT. -The first phrase is: at the last minute If you do something at the last minute, it means that you do something at the last possible moment or opportunity available. For example: Because she booked the flight at the last minute, she ended up in the middle seat. -The second phrase is: at the end of the day This phrase has two meanings. One meaning is more literal, so you might say: +At the end of an actual day something has to happen. For example: At the end of the day, the report must be on my desk. +This phrase can be more figurative – means it has more general meaning, a different meaning. At the end of the day can also be use when we everything is taken into consideration. For example: At the end of the day, the only person who can take your life forward from here is you. -The third phrase is: at any rate An informal phrase we use to move a conversation from one topic to another, or to end story. It is similar to “anyhow” or “anyways”. For example: Well, at any rate, I don’t think you should quit your job until you find another job. #PracticeUsingPrepositionATinDailyConversation Guys, please SUBSCRIBE to Sarah’s English Club channel to help it hits 10k Subs. Sarah’s Youtube channel: https://bit.ly/2LGhSzV You can book a 1:1 lesson with Sarah here: https://bit.ly/2Lsxfws Or send Sarah an email if you have any questions at [email protected] Sarah does create free weekly lesson here: https://bit.ly/2mKDpcJ And Sarah also gives away a FREE eBook when you sign up for my mailing list. You can sign up for it here: http://eepurl.com/de0fQv Subscribe to the Members Only Club - https://bit.ly/2JYhFmy Subscribe to the VIP Club - https://bit.ly/2JX6meu Follow Sarah on Facebook: fb.com/sarahsenglishclub Instagram: https://bit.ly/2JYiJa7 You can also visit her website at www.sarahsenglishclub.com ✌✌❤️😍👍ENGLISH IS FUN👍😍❤️✌✌ ===============//============= Subscribe to the ENGLISH IS FUN channel ► http://bit.ly/2qiUj5H Check out some of our best lessons ► http://bit.ly/2mMiKT0 ==============//============== Follow ENGLISH IS FUN! Facebook: ►fb.com/englishero.net Twitter: ► https://bit.ly/2sDZjAW Instagram: ►https://bit.ly/2sDZjAW Google+: ► https://plus.google.com/u/0/+Englishi... ========================//==================== For business inquiries ONLY: [email protected] =======================//=====================
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The Difference Between Preposition TO and FOR // English Grammar Lesson (2018)
 
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In today’s video, Sarah’s going to answer the question: What is the difference between the preposition TO and the preposition FOR? Okay, let’s jump right into it dude. Now, prepositions are really difficult in English because the ones we use depending on the words and phrases that surround them. This is why in today’s video I’m going to teach you some common phrases and expressions that we use with TO and FOR. We often use preposition TO with the verbs: GO, GIVE, SEND, and SELL. Now, there are thousands of verbs where we could use TO, but these are some of the most common ones and I really think it important for you to practice using them in many different sentences. Feel comfortable with it and know that TO often occurs with these words. For example: I’m going to the store. I gave the book to my friend. I’m sending this letter to my mother. I’m selling this guitar to my neighbor. We also use TO when telling the time. For example: It’s a quarter to four. We also use TO when comparing two things. For example: I prefer salad to pizza. TO is the infinitive of the verb and we use it to show purpose or motive. For example: I went to see him at work. [to see] is a verb phrase. Now, on the other hand, FOR is often used after the word GOOD or a word that’s showing benefit in some way. For example: Coconut oil is good for your skin. Adequate sleep is necessary for success. FOR is also used for duration – to show a period of time. For example: I’ve been waiting for you for an hour. Now, you’ll often hear FOR is used after the verb: LEAVE – NEED- SUPPORT – CARE – RESPONSIBLE – WAITING Again, there are many verbs that FOR will be used with, but these are some of the most common ones, so if you practice different phrases and expressions with these, you will feel more comfortable using FOR expressions. For example: I’m leaving for New York tomorrow. There’s a need for a new educational program at this school. We need your support for this project. Who is going to care for your children? Who is responsible for this mess? We use both TO and FOR to talk about why someone does something. However, FOR is followed by a noun, and TO is followed by a verb. For example: We went out for a drink. We went out to have a drink. Okay, so this was our lesson for today. Practice creating your own sentences using TO and FOR in the comment section below. #EnglishisFun, #ToAndFor, #DifferenceBetweenToandFor Guys, please SUBSCRIBE to Sarah’s English Club channel to help it hits 10k Subs. Sarah’s YouTube channel: https://bit.ly/2LGhSzV You can book a 1:1 lesson with Sarah here: https://bit.ly/2Lsxfws Or send Sarah an email if you have any questions at [email protected] Sarah does create free weekly lesson here: https://bit.ly/2mKDpcJ And Sarah also gives away a FREE eBook when you sign up for my mailing list. You can sign up for it here: http://eepurl.com/de0fQv Subscribe to the Members Only Club - https://bit.ly/2JYhFmy Subscribe to the VIP Club - https://bit.ly/2JX6meu Follow Sarah on Facebook: fb.com/sarahsenglishclub Instagram: https://bit.ly/2JYiJa7 You can also visit her website at www.sarahsenglishclub.com ✌✌❤️😍👍ENGLISH IS FUN👍😍❤️✌✌ ===============//============= Subscribe to the ENGLISH IS FUN channel ► http://bit.ly/2qiUj5H Check out some of our best lessons ► http://bit.ly/2mMiKT0 ==============//============== Follow ENGLISH IS FUN! Facebook: ►fb.com/englishero.net Twitter: ► https://bit.ly/2sDZjAW Instagram: ►https://bit.ly/2sDZjAW Google+: ► https://plus.google.com/u/0/+Englishi... ========================//==================== For business inquiries ONLY: [email protected] =======================//=====================
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Common English Expressions || How To Ask Someone To Repeat Something 👍💝🙏 (2018)
 
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How to ask somebody to repeat something in English || Common English expressions How to ask someone to repeat something? As an English Learner, you are going to be in this situation a lot. You're going to be having conversations and you're not going to hear everything and you're going to have to ask the person to repeat themselves. Most my students with me they simply say can you repeat that or could you repeat that. There's nothing wrong with this, but let me tell you a secret native English speakers also have to ask people to repeat themselves for a variety of reasons. Maybe there was too much background noise or maybe I was distracted by another person's conversation and I wasn't really even listening to you or maybe I have some trouble hearing there could be so many different ways so I will share with you how a native English speaker would ask somebody to repeat something that way when you do need to use this expression, you can feel really confident because you know you sound like a native English speaker. #EnglishisFun, #HowToAskSomebodyToRepeatSomething, #CommonEnglishExpressions Please SUBSCIRBE to Jennifer YouTube Channel: Jennifer YouTube Channel: https://bit.ly/2A01Sma FREE TRAINING CLASS - Learn How to Write a Professional Email. Register Now for FREE: https://bit.ly/2Ll4MZn Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/JForrestEnglish Twitter: https://twitter.com/JForrestEnglish Website: http://www.jforrestenglish.com/ Free Guide – Speak English Fluently & Confidently in 6 Easy Steps. Download Now: https://bit.ly/2tZLxfU ✌✌❤️😍👍ENGLISH IS FUN👍😍❤️✌✌ ===============//============= Subscribe to the ENGLISH IS FUN channel ► http://bit.ly/2qiUj5H Check out some of our best lessons ► http://bit.ly/2mMiKT0 ==============//============== Follow ENGLISH IS FUN! Facebook: ►fb.com/englishero.net Twitter: ► https://bit.ly/2sDZjAW Instagram: ►https://bit.ly/2sDZjAW Google+: ► https://plus.google.com/u/0/+Englishi... ========================//==================== For business inquiries ONLY: [email protected] =======================//=====================❤️
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English Idioms and Expressions // Learn to Speak Like an American (2018)
 
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In today’s video, Sarah’s going to teach you some of the most common English idioms and expressions that you should learn, practice and use in every day conversation. Okay, let’s jump right into it dude. The first idiom would be: To get a glimpse of something If you get a glimpse of something, it means that you get a short look at something; you see it for just a moment and then it gone. For example: I don’t really remember what she looked like. I just got a glimpse of her, but she did have short brown hair and she was wearing a red shirt. The next idiom is: To up your game If you up your game, you start doing better at something you already committed to doing. You start trying harder. The third phrase is: on condition (that) On condition is often follows by the word “that” – on condition that. And we use this phrase when we want to say that we agree to do something provided that something else happens. You’re saying, “I will do something only if something else happens”. So think of it’s kind of as a trade or sort of negotiation. For example: He was released from prison on (the) condition that he would return to his home country. Example 2: He taught me a magic trick on the condition that I would never tell anyone. *A more formal, but common idiom you’ll hear in the media, on the news, in magazines and social media is ON CONDITION OF ANONYMITY ANONYMITY comes from the word ANONYMOUS ANYONYMOUS = UNKNOWN So, this idiom means, “I will do, say, act, only if I can remain anonymous” – only if no one knows who I am… if it’s a secret. So, your actions are seen by everyone in the public – everyone knows – but no one knows who it came from. For example: A fifth woman who spoke to the Times, on condition of anonymity, said she worked with Louis C.K. in the 1990s. The fourth expression would be: Nature’s calling If someone says “nature’s calling!” they mean that they really really have to go to the bathroom. It’s just part of nature. These are our expressions for today. Lean, practice them and use them in daily conversation to help you sounding more like a native speaker. #Idioms, #CommomEnglishIdioms, #OnConditionOfAnonymity Guys, please SUBSCRIBE to Sarah’s English Club channel to help it hits 10k Subs. Sarah’s YouTube channel: https://bit.ly/2LGhSzV You can book a 1:1 lesson with Sarah here: https://bit.ly/2Lsxfws Or send Sarah an email if you have any questions at [email protected] Sarah does create free weekly lesson here: https://bit.ly/2mKDpcJ And Sarah also gives away a FREE eBook when you sign up for my mailing list. You can sign up for it here: http://eepurl.com/de0fQv Subscribe to the Members Only Club - https://bit.ly/2JYhFmy Subscribe to the VIP Club - https://bit.ly/2JX6meu Follow Sarah on Facebook: fb.com/sarahsenglishclub Instagram: https://bit.ly/2JYiJa7 You can also visit her website at www.sarahsenglishclub.com ✌✌❤️😍👍ENGLISH IS FUN👍😍❤️✌✌ ===============//============= Subscribe to the ENGLISH IS FUN channel ► http://bit.ly/2qiUj5H Check out some of our best lessons ► http://bit.ly/2mMiKT0 ==============//============== Follow ENGLISH IS FUN! Facebook: ►fb.com/englishero.net Twitter: ► https://bit.ly/2sDZjAW Instagram: ►https://bit.ly/2sDZjAW Google+: ► https://plus.google.com/u/0/+Englishi... ========================//==================== For business inquiries ONLY: [email protected] =======================//=====================
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Learn & Use Most Common Expressions in English (2018)
 
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One of the best ways to become fluent in English is to learn and use the most common expressions used by native English speakers. In today's video, I'm going to cover two unnatural expressions that I hear students use all the time and I'm going to teach you the natural way to use these expressions. Okay let's get started. -The first unnatural expression that I hear students use all the time is: I arrived to my home at 7:00 p.m. Hmm...what do you think is wrong with this sentence? Well, unfortunately quite a bit is wrong with this sentence. First of all, it's grammatically incorrect and the reason is with “home” we don't use the preposition “to” and we also don't use an article or a possessive, so here “my” is the possessive, but because of home we just don't need to use them, so that's what is making this sentence incorrect. But let's get rid of those, get rid of the preposition and the possessive and what are we left with: I arrived home at 7:00 p.m. Okay, so now this sentence is grammatically correct, but it's unnatural. This is not an expression that a native English speaker would frequently use. Now, keep in mind if you use this expression an English speaker is going to understand you 100%. They're not going to ask you to repeat yourself but this expression tells the person that English isn't your first language so this is a giveaway that you're not fluent. Now, let's fix this. What expression can you use instead? All we need to do is change the verb. So I don't want to use “arrive”. It's a little too formal. I want to use the verb “to get”. So the natural sentence would be: I got home at 7:00 PM. That is what a native English speaker would use. -The second unnatural expression is: I stopped work at 5:00 o’clock. You should change the verb “stop” into “get off”. The natural sentence would be: I got off work at 5:00.// or I got off at 5:00. #MostCommonExpressionsInEnglish, #LearnAndUseMostCommonEnglishExpressions Please SUBSCIRBE to Jennifer YouTube Channel: Jennifer YouTube Channel: https://bit.ly/2A01Sma FREE TRAINING CLASS - Learn How to Write a Professional Email. Register Now for FREE: https://bit.ly/2Ll4MZn Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/JForrestEnglish Twitter: https://twitter.com/JForrestEnglish Website: http://www.jforrestenglish.com/ Free Guide – Speak English Fluently & Confidently in 6 Easy Steps. Download Now: https://bit.ly/2tZLxfU ✌✌❤️😍👍ENGLISH IS FUN👍😍❤️✌✌ ===============//============= Subscribe to the ENGLISH IS FUN channel ► http://bit.ly/2qiUj5H Check out some of our best lessons ► http://bit.ly/2mMiKT0 ==============//============== Follow ENGLISH IS FUN! Facebook: ►fb.com/englishero.net Twitter: ► https://bit.ly/2sDZjAW Instagram: ►https://bit.ly/2sDZjAW Google+: ► https://plus.google.com/u/0/+Englishi... ========================//==================== For business inquiries ONLY: [email protected] =======================//=====================
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Practice Using FREAKING//FREAKIN'//FRICKIN'// F**K in Daily Conversation 2018
 
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In today’s video, Sarah’s going to talk about the words FREAKING/ FREAKIN’/ FRICKIN’/FUCK… This is a slang word that you’ll commonly hear in everyday conversation, so it’s important to know how it is used and hopefully you will able to use this in your own speaking in the future. “Freaking” is most commonly use in two ways. The first way is as a phrasal verb. Freak/Freaking Freak out/ Freaking out If someone is freaking out about something, they’re getting very emotional about something/ upset. Freaking out is not a good thing, it is negative emotion of fear, sadness, anger,… You’re really upset about a situation. For example: He’s really freaking out because he lost his phone.// She’s freaking out because she missed her flight. We all freak out about something, right? The second way you’ll commonly hear “freaking” being used in conversation is as an adverb, so it’s used to emphasize something. For example: The dogs barking outside is so freaking annoying when I’m trying to record my videos for my students. “Freaking annoying” means very annoying. But if you say something’s freakin’ annoying, you’re showing more anger, more annoying than you would if you just said, “Oh, those dogs are very annoying.” People might also say: This is freakin’ crazy. “Freakin’” crazy could be a positive thing, or it could be a negative thing. For example: I recently fell in love with someone. It’s freakin’ crazy. I also could use it in a negative sense. My roommate kicked me out last month. He’s freakin’ crazy. Another phrase you’ll commonly hear, especially in areas where it’s very cold. It’s freakin’ freezing outside. You also want to be careful not to confuse the word “Freakin’ and Frickin’”. They sometimes can be used interchangeably, but they are a little different. “Frickin’” is kind of a nicer way of saying the F word, so instead of saying: It’s fucking freezing!. You can say: It’s frickin freezing. Okey guys, so let’s learn, practice to master these sorts of words to improve your spoken English. #Freaking, #Freakin’, #Frickin’, #F**k Guys, please SUBSCRIBE to Sarah’s English Club channel to help it hits 10k Subs. Sarah’s YouTube channel: https://bit.ly/2LGhSzV You can book a 1:1 lesson with Sarah here: https://bit.ly/2Lsxfws Or send Sarah an email if you have any questions at [email protected] Sarah does create free weekly lesson here: https://bit.ly/2mKDpcJ And Sarah also gives away a FREE eBook when you sign up for my mailing list. You can sign up for it here: http://eepurl.com/de0fQv Subscribe to the Members Only Club - https://bit.ly/2JYhFmy Subscribe to the VIP Club - https://bit.ly/2JX6meu Follow Sarah on Facebook: fb.com/sarahsenglishclub Instagram: https://bit.ly/2JYiJa7 You can also visit her website at www.sarahsenglishclub.com ✌✌❤️😍👍ENGLISH IS FUN👍😍❤️✌✌ ===============//============= Subscribe to the ENGLISH IS FUN channel ► http://bit.ly/2qiUj5H Check out some of our best lessons ► http://bit.ly/2mMiKT0 ==============//============== Follow ENGLISH IS FUN! Facebook: ►fb.com/englishero.net Twitter: ► https://bit.ly/2sDZjAW Instagram: ►https://bit.ly/2sDZjAW Google+: ► https://plus.google.com/u/0/+Englishi... ========================//==================== For business inquiries ONLY: [email protected] =======================//=====================
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Phrasal Verb of the Day | 1000 Phrasal Verb Challenge (Day 2) 🏆👍 (2018)
 
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1000 Plus Phrasal Verb Challenge Day 2: Count me out! // Count me in! In today’s video, Shane’s going to teach you guys two phrasal verbs which is commonly used in every day conversation. Learn and practice and use these phrases could help you speak English more natural, confident without hesitation. Phrasal verb of the day is a new challenge for you to learn and master 1000 plus phrasal verbs every single day. Okay, without further ado. Let’s jump right into it. Today’s phrasal verbs are: To Count Somebody In. // To Count Somebody Out. These are very common expressions. But what do they mean? *To count somebody out means to exclude somebody. *To count somebody in means to include somebody. For example: Count John in. This means include John. Count Christie out. This means exclude Christie. So, who is your favorite Hollywood actor? Bruce Willis, Tom Cruise, Tom Hanks,… Here’s the dialogue: Did you hear? The boss is looking for volunteers. For what? To help wash his car. Count me out! I'd rather get fired. He can count me in! I love the boss. #EnglishisFun, #PhrasalVerbOfTheDay, #1000PhrasalVerbChallenge Guys, please SUBSCRIBE to Shane’s YouTube channel: Shane’s YouTube channel: https://bit.ly/2pvfxLp Shane’s Facebook: https://bit.ly/2ptXllc Shane’s Website: https://bit.ly/2pz3fBz ✌✌❤️😍👍ENGLISH IS FUN👍😍❤️✌✌ ===============//============= Subscribe to the ENGLISH IS FUN channel ► http://bit.ly/2qiUj5H Check out some of our best lessons ► http://bit.ly/2mMiKT0 ==============//============== Follow ENGLISH IS FUN! Facebook: ►fb.com/englishero.net Twitter: ► https://bit.ly/2sDZjAW Instagram: ►https://bit.ly/2sDZjAW Google+: ► https://plus.google.com/u/0/+Englishi... ========================//==================== For business inquiries ONLY: [email protected] =======================//=====================
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Learn English through comedy film Funny conversation with Subtitles 001
 
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Learn English through comedy film Funny conversation with Subtitles 001
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MANY, MUCH , A LOT OF, LOTS OF| QUANTIFIERS | ENGLISH GRAMMAR
 
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Learn ENGLISH IDIOMS in MOVIES with Native Speaker (2018)
 
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Learn ENGLISH IDIOMS in MOVIES with Native Speaker Học Những Idioms Tiếng Anh Thông Dụng qua Phim cùng giáo viên Bản Ngữ In today’s video, Sarah’s going to teach you five common English idioms which often use in movies. #Idiom #number1: to be pushed to your breaking point or to reach your breaking point Meaning: to reach a point in time where everything crashes; the point where mental stress becomes physical stress and you realize it’s time to make a change. #Idiom #number2: to have/call dibs on someone or something Meaning: a phrase we use to claim rights or possession on someone or something. #Idiom #number3: to take something down a notch or bring something down a notch Meaning: to make something less intense than what it is; to turn one’s energy level down a bit or to lower one’s level of enthusiasm. #Idiom #number 4: Did you clear your schedule? Meaning: Did you make time on a certain day or during a certain time period to do something that is more important than what you already had planned. #Idiom #number 5: Whatcha gonna do? Meaning: a common response we use during a conversation which means you can’t change something; it’s just is what it is; we have to deal with it or we don’t have that much control. Guys, please SUBSCRIBE to Sarah’s English Club channel to help it hits 10k Subs. Sarah’s Youtube channel: https://bit.ly/2LGhSzV You can book a 1:1 lesson with Sarah here: https://bit.ly/2Lsxfws Or send Sarah an email if you have any questions at [email protected] Sarah does create free weekly lesson here: https://bit.ly/2mKDpcJ And Sarah also gives away a FREE eBook when you sign up for my mailing list. You can sign up for it here: http://eepurl.com/de0fQv Subscribe to the Members Only Club - https://bit.ly/2JYhFmy Subscribe to the VIP Club - https://bit.ly/2JX6meu Follow Sarah on Facebook: fb.com/sarahsenglishclub Instagram: https://bit.ly/2JYiJa7 You can also visit her website at www.sarahsenglishclub.com ✌✌❤️😍👍ENGLISH IS FUN👍😍❤️✌✌ ===============//============= Subscribe to the ENGLISH IS FUN channel ► http://bit.ly/ HYPERLINK "http://bit.ly/2qiUj5H"2 HYPERLINK "http://bit.ly/2qiUj5H"qiUj HYPERLINK "http://bit.ly/2qiUj5H"5 HYPERLINK "http://bit.ly/2qiUj5H"H Check out some of our best lessons ► http://bit.ly/ HYPERLINK "http://bit.ly/2mMiKT0"2 HYPERLINK "http://bit.ly/2mMiKT0"mMiKT HYPERLINK "http://bit.ly/2mMiKT0"0 ========================//========================== Follow ENGLISH IS FUN! Facebook: ►fb.com/englishero.net Twitter: ► https://bit.ly/ HYPERLINK "https://bit.ly/2sDZjAW"2 HYPERLINK "https://bit.ly/2sDZjAW"sDZjAW Instagram: ►https://bit.ly/2sDZjAW Google+: ► https://plus.google.com/u/ HYPERLINK "https://plus.google.com/u/0/+EnglishisFun1"0 HYPERLINK "https://plus.google.com/u/0/+EnglishisFun1"/+EnglishisFun HYPERLINK "https://plus.google.com/u/0/+EnglishisFun1"1 ========================//=============== For business inquiries: [email protected] =======================//================ Special Thanks to Sarah from Sarah's English Club for letting us using your videos. Cảm ơn Sarah từ Sarah's English Club đã đồng ý cho chúng tôi sử dụng videos của bạn.
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Phrasal Verb of the Day || 1000 Phrasal Verb Challenge (Day 8) 👍💜💛💚 (2018)
 
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Phrasal Verb of the Day || 1000 Phrasal Verb Challenge (Day 8) Today, Shane’s going to teach you guys a phrase that is commonly used in every day conversation. Learn, practice, and use the phrase could help you speak English more natural, confident, and without hesitation. Phrasal verb of the day is a new challenge for you to learn and master 1000 plus phrasal verbs every single day. Okay, without further ado. Let’s dive in. Today’s phrase is: I SLEPT IN This is a very common expression. But what does it mean? It means I slept without using an alarm clock. No clock. No worries. I slept until I woke up naturally. The sunshine woke me up. The birds woke me up. The baby upstairs woke me up. Here’s the dialogue: You look refreshed! Yes! I slept in! I woke up at 10! I wish I could! I've got kids.. That's why I'll never marry. #EnglishisFun, #PhrasalVerbOfTheDay, #1000PhrasalVerbChallenge Guys, please SUBSCRIBE to Shane’s YouTube channel: Shane’s YouTube channel: https://bit.ly/2pvfxLp Shane’s Facebook: https://bit.ly/2ptXllc Shane’s Website: https://bit.ly/2pz3fBz ✌✌❤️😍👍ENGLISH IS FUN👍😍❤️✌✌ ===============//============= Subscribe to the ENGLISH IS FUN channel ► http://bit.ly/2qiUj5H Check out some of our best lessons ► http://bit.ly/2mMiKT0 ==============//============== Follow ENGLISH IS FUN! Facebook: ►fb.com/englishero.net Twitter: ► https://bit.ly/2sDZjAW Instagram: ►https://bit.ly/2sDZjAW Google+: ► https://plus.google.com/u/0/+Englishi... ========================//==================== For business inquiries ONLY: [email protected] =======================//=====================
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NATURAL ENGLISH EXPRESSIONS [EPISODE 1]
 
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NATURAL ENGLISH EXPRESSIONS [EPISODE 1]
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Phrasal Verb of the Day || 1000 Phrasal Verb Challenge (Day 9) 👍💚🏆 (2018)
 
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Phrasal Verb of the Day 1000 Phrasal Verb Challenge (Day 9) Today, Shane’s going to teach you guys a phrase that is commonly used in every day conversation. Learn, practice, and use the phrase could help you speak English more natural, confident, and without hesitation. Phrasal verb of the day is a new challenge for you to learn and master 1000 plus phrasal verbs every single day. Okay, without further ado. Let’s dive in. Today’s phrase is: I’M COUNTING ON YOU. Now, what does "I'm counting on you" mean? It means I'm relying on you, I'm trusting on you, I'm believing you. You said you would do something, and I believe that you will. You promise me something, and I believe you, I'm counting on you. Here’s the dialogue: A: Will you help me move this Sunday? B: Sure! A: I'm counting on you ^^ B: Don't worry! I'll be there ;) #EnglishisFun, #PhrasalVerbOfTheDay, #1000PhrasalVerbChallenge Guys, please SUBSCRIBE to Shane’s YouTube channel: Shane’s YouTube channel: https://bit.ly/2pvfxLp Shane’s Facebook: https://bit.ly/2ptXllc Shane’s Website: https://bit.ly/2pz3fBz ✌✌❤️😍👍ENGLISH IS FUN👍😍❤️✌✌ ===============//============= Subscribe to the ENGLISH IS FUN channel ► http://bit.ly/2qiUj5H Check out some of our best lessons ► http://bit.ly/2mMiKT0 ==============//============== Follow ENGLISH IS FUN! Facebook: ►fb.com/englishero.net Twitter: ► https://bit.ly/2sDZjAW Instagram: ►https://bit.ly/2sDZjAW Google+: ► https://plus.google.com/u/0/+Englishi... ========================//==================== For business inquiries ONLY: [email protected] =======================//=====================
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