88 – Gimme a Break – English Phrase Lesson

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Photo credit QCTimes The phrase gimme a break is used in a few different ways in English. For today’s English lesson, I’m going to show you how to use gimme a break in your everyday English conversations. Here are the example sentences: Gimme a break (1) Bob: I heard that someone jumped off the Empire State Building with a parachute. …

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87 – Pronunciation TO as TUH – Natural Pronunciation

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The preposition to is usually pronounced like tuh in everyday natural English pronunciation. For today’s lesson, I’m going to show you how we pronounce to this way in everyday English. Here are the example sentences: We pronounce to as tuh before a base verb: I’d like to go there I need to get a new hat I have to leave …

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86 – Safe, Safety, & Safely – Confusing English Words

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Safe, safety, & safely are confusing words for a lot of English learners. For today’s English lesson, let’s have a look at the difference between these three words and how you can use them your English conversations and writing. Here are the example sentences: Safe is an adjective: These days, New York is a safe city The government has done …

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85 – Let It GO – Phrasal Verbs in English

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Let it go or let someone go are phrasal verbs in English. For today’s English lesson, let’s have a look at what Let it go means, and how you can use it in everyday English. Here are the example sentences: Let it go: The queen finally didn’t need to hide her power, so she let it go. The millionaire was …

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