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English Grammar

English Idioms – How to Talk About Probability

  What is the difference between the following phrases and  English Idioms?   “There’s sure to be…” “There’s bound to be…” “There’s likely to be…”   “There’s sure to be…” means that you’re positive something is going to exist or happen.   For example, “There’s sure to be food and

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American English Pronunciation

How to Say GIRL English Pronunciation Lesson

  One of the most difficult, and most common, sounds in English is the “IR” sound. This can cause a lot of problems for foreign speakers, especially when the sound is in very common English words. How to Say GIRL English Pronunciation, We will discuss this topic in this lesson

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English Grammar

When to Use “THE” with Country Names in English

We use “The” before certain country names.   That is true. But…why?   “The” is typically said before Country Names with a plural “S” at the end. -The United States -The Philippines   There are also countries  without the plural “S’ that are said with “The”. -The United Kingdom -The

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Learn How to Use the English Words "Just" and "Only"
English Grammar

Learn How to Use the English Words “Just” and “Only”

  The English words “just” and “only” may seem like they are both interchangeable. But the thing is, that’s not always the case. You see, the word “only” can mean “just”, but the word “just” does not always mean “only”. I’m sure you want to learn more of this. That’s

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English Speaking

3 Fast Ways to Get Fluent in American English

  Do you want to speak more like a native English speaker? In this video we’re going to talk about three points that will bring you closer to Get Fluent in American English. Fluency is all about understanding what other English speakers are saying and being understood. Here’s how you

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English-Pronunciation
American English Pronunciation

A Secret Way To Improve Your English Pronunciation

  It’s no secret that English is a very complicated language to learn and speak. There are rules, written and unwritten, that determine how words are spelled or pronounced. In this video, Gabby talks about a secret way to improve your English pronunciation.   ‘Schwa’ refers to the English pronunciation

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