So you opened (opend) up Youtube and clicked (klikt) on this video because you wanted (wan. ed) to learn about -ed Verb Ending Practice. You may have noticed when reading the words “opened”, “clicked” and “wanted” that many native English speaking Americans don’t pronounce these words the way they are
Let’s talk about hobbies! What do you like to do for fun? What do you do on the weekends? What do you do in your free time? Talking about your hobbies may be a great place to start building your confidence when practicing your English. When we talk about things we
What’s goin’ on!! Alright, right off the rip, lemme say welcome to GNE; my name’s Ryan..and today I’m talking about American slang words! If you didn’t follow that, of the rip is a slang term referring to the start of something! For example, Lebron James scored off the rip…which means
Have you noticed that when you say certain words, even ones that appear to be “simple” words, like “live”, “work”, and so on that you consistently get confused looks from English speakers?And you want to reduce your strong accent? In fact, not only do they not understand you, but maybe
When to use Tell, Say, Speak, Talk These four verbs have a similar meaning, they are just used in different contexts. In general, tell and say are used when conveying specific information. Both can be used interchangeably by changing the sentence structure. There are always exceptions to these rules so it is important
Hi everyone! In today’s lesson, we are going to look at Phrasal Verbs talk about sports and fitness! Playing sports is one of the best ways to get active, be healthy, even get to know new people! And I would know: I’ve played sports my whole life! American football,
Did you know there’s a lot more to English fluency than perfect grammar, a huge vocabulary, and long sentences? Fluency is 60% made up of other factors — the WAY you express yourself, your intonation and tone of voice, your facial expressions, your smile, your gestures, and the way you
Do you feel overwhelmed when going to a doctor? Do you have kids who translate for you when you go to the doctor’s or you use a translator? It may feel overwhelming when you can’t speak for your kids or for yourself. I can relate to this situation with my
English has many vowels that are not present in other world languages. Take for example the difference between /u/, as is found in words like “boot”, “Luke”, and “food”, and compare it with /ʊ/, which is found in words like “book”, “look”, and “foot”. Have you ever wondered how English
Nature Schedule Pressure Measure Have you ever looked at words like this and been unsure about how to pronounce them? Or maybe you’ve learned through listening to English speakers how to say them, but asked yourself why we say these words this way considering the spelling looks NOTHING like the
Things to keep in mind about prepositions IN, ON, AT, BY These four two-letter words can be very confusing at times when speaking English, but not when listening to an English conversation. It is important to pay attention to these four words when reading content in English like this one,
Hey, it’s Ryan, and today, I’m talking about social media acronyms! Let’s start with what an acronym is! An acronym is simply an abbreviation using the first letter of each word of a phrase! For example: USA is an acronym of United States of America! There are dozens of acronyms
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