58 – Early, Fast, & Quickly – Confusing English Vocabulary Lesson

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Early, fast, and quickly can be confusing to use, but for today’s English lesson, I’m going to show you how these three words can be used in an English conversation or in writing. Here are the example sentences: Sometimes early is an adjective: I ate an early dinner. I have an early meeting with a client tomorrow. I think Jack …

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57 – During vs. While – Confusing English Words Lesson

Michael Confusing Words 8 Comments

During & while are two words that are often confusing to use for a lot of English language learners. For today’s English lesson, I’m going show you the difference between these two words and how they are used in an English conversation or writing. Here are the example sentences: During work, I don’t use my cell phone. It was warm …

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56 – Celebrate vs Congratulate – Confusing English Words Lesson

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Celebrate & congratulate can be confusing to use…until today! I’m going to show the difference between these to English verbs and how you can use them in your English conversation. Here are the example sentences: This weekend we will celebrate my sister’s graduation. When will you celebrate your birthday? I heard Jane and Chris are getting married next year. Let’s …

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