The Online Teacher Summit

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Become A Better Online Language Teacher! Teach a language from anywhere in the world with a computer and Internet access.  Learn about the best tools and practices from experienced online teachers.

English Grammar Lesson: Suggest & Recommend

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English Grammar Lesson Unlike other verbs, suggest and recommend are not followed by an object plus the infinitive. There are actually three patterns that we can use with suggest and recommend. In this YouTube English lesson, let’s learn those three patterns! If you know anyone who might be interested in this English language point, why not help them out! Just …

Hope vs. Wish, Used to, & Get Idioms English Lesson

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English Lesson Video Here’s what we studied in this LIVE Youtube English Lesson: Vocabulary: Learn the difference between Hope and Wish. Grammar: Used to vs. be used to. American English Slang & Idioms: From the Get Go, Get a move on, Get my head around, and Get a bang out of If you know anyone who might be interested in …

TH Pronunciation, Will vs. Be Going To, & Food Idioms!

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English Lesson Here’s what we studied in this LIVE Youtube English Lesson: Pronunciation: How we pronounce TH in Natural American English. Grammar: Using Will or Be Going To for the future. American English Slang & Idioms: Piece of cake, Nuts, Pea Brian, Get something for Peanuts If you know anyone who might be interested in this English language point, why …

If Conditionals English Grammar Lesson

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English Grammar Lesson – IF Here’s what we studied in this LIVE Youtube English Lesson: Pronunciation: How we pronounce B and V in Natural American English. Grammar: The difference between By and Until. American English Slang & Idioms: Go Bananas, Cool as a Cucumber, The Top Banana. If you know anyone who might be interested in this English language point, …

R/L Pronunciation, Because & Despite, & Food Idioms!

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English Lesson Here’s what we studied in this LIVE Youtube English Lesson: Pronunciation: How we pronounce L & R in Natural American English. Grammar: Using Because vs. Because of, and Despite, In Spite Of, Even Thought, Although and Though. American English Slang & Idioms: In a pickle, Small Potatoes, To not know beans, & fishy. If you know anyone who …

Pronunciation (B vs. V), Grammar (By vs. Until), & Fruit Slang/Idioms – Live YouTube English Lesson

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YouTube Live English Lesson Here’s what we studied in this LIVE Youtube English Lesson: Pronunciation: How we pronounce B and V in Natural American English. Grammar: The difference between By and Until. American English Slang & Idioms: Go Bananas, Cool as a Cucumber, The Top Banana. If you know anyone who might be interested in this English language point, why …