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Here’s today’s English point – Idioms with LOOK. I love helping you learn idioms because they make your English sound more natural and less textbook-ish. For today’s lesson, let’s look at 6 Idioms that use the verb LOOK. Let’s check it out! The example sentences are in a new place: You can read the example sentences HERE. (still free to ... Read Mo…
 
For today’s English lesson, we’re going to talk about the word tough. Tough is an adjective that we can use to describe both people and things. Tough is an interesting word in English because it has a number of different meanings and uses. Tough can also have a positive nuance as well as a negative nuance. Ok, Let’s check it ... Read More…
 
For today’s English lesson, let’s take a look at seven phrasal verbs that use blow. This is vocabulary that you can use in your everyday English conversations and writing. By the way, I want to remind you that blow is an irregular verb and the three parts are blow, blew, and blown. Ok, Let’s check it out. *Starting today, the ... Read More…
 
So is used as both an adverb and a conjunction. Today, let’s have a look at 5 different conversational phrases that use SO. These are handy phrases that you have probably heard in Movies and TV programs, and using them will enhance your English conversation. Are you ready? Let’s check it out. Here are the example sentences. To get the ... Read More…
 
Today let’s have a look at two words that are often confused in English – affect, which is spelled with an A and effect, which is spelled with an E. These two words are confusing for even native English speakers, so I can imagine how much trouble they can cause for English learners. Well, in this English lesson, I’m going ... Read More…
 
Today, we’re going to take a look at the prepositions we use with begin and start. First of all, I’d like to mention that begin and start are usually interchangeable. For example you can start the class or begin the class – the meaning is the same. And, there are a number of different prepositions that we can use with ... Read More…
 
Today we have a special guest on the podcast, you know her as My.EnglishLife from TikTok and Instagram. Right from Brazil, it’s Carol Cristofolini. We are talking about her journey to learn English – without ever leaving her country and her views on language learning for kids and adults. You can find Carol on Instagram @My.EnglishLife and TikTok @M…
 
For today’s English lesson let’s take a look at some idioms that use the verb call. These are idioms that you can use in the workplace and in your personal conversations. Here are the example sentences. To get the details of this English lesson, you need to listen to the podcast or check the transcript for the details. Hey that’s ... Read More…
 
A few months ago in Episode 534 we looked at 5 five idioms using turn. Today I’d like to show you a few more conversational phrases and idioms that use the verb turn. I think idioms are fun to learn and they make your language sound more colorful and more natural. Let’s check ‘em out! Here are the example sentences. ... Read More…
 
Today, I’d like to continue our discussion about English pronunciation, specifically liaison and linking. We took a look at this in a general way two weeks ago in Episode 573. Today, I’d like take you a little deeper into this. In this lesson, we’re going to look at what happens when a word ends with a certain letter or sound ... Read More…
 
This is truly a special podcast! Today, my special guest is everyone’s favorite English teacher, founder of the 30 Day Speaking Challenge and Huggins International, the go-to person for all of your help with TOEFL, Jonathan Huggins. We chat about the Speaking Challenge, how to improve your English speaking and lots of excellent advice for getting a…
 
One of the interesting aspects of English, especially American English, is that when we speak we tend to connect the words in each sentence. Quite often the end of one-word connects or links to the beginning of the next word. A lot of English teachers call this liaison and I’d like to practice this idea with you today. Understanding this ... Read M…
 
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