Something to practice /l/ and /r/ sounds.
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I went to Yokohama Zoo with my family yesterday and this is what I saw. Tsushima Leopard Cat Seal Otter Leopard There will be a digest post later.
A lot of students have problems using the correct form of the word they need when they are speaking. Here are some examples of how to use the words ‘safe’, ‘safely’ and ‘safety’. As a bit of homework, you could write a sentence using each word. Leave them in the comments and I’ll check your … [Read more…]
Today’s video shows how to make coffee. It is not perfect but it does show you how to describe a process by sequencing actions (‘first’, ‘then’, ‘next’) and using the imperative verb form (‘do this’, ‘pour the water’). For more practice, have a look at how to cook in English.
Here’s a video about describing food. It should be useful to describe food from your country or to ask about food in other countries. You might also want to read about cooking, look at my dinner, or an older post about describing food.
Here’s a video of me at home, giving reasons for actions using ‘so that’. If you like it, why not click ‘like’ in YouTube, share it with a friend, or leave a comment?
Today’s video is about talking about experiences using the present perfect tense and simple past tense. Finding out if you have common experiences is a great way to make friends.
Today’s video is about books, and more specifically about how to choose English books that are right for you. Related posts: How to Talk About Movies and Books Use Kindle and Kobo to Study English
Today is a video post. Prefixes can help you understand words from the first few letters. You may also want to read the post on suffixes to help you understand words from their endings.