45 – How to Use Put On, Take Off, & Wear – English Vocabulary Lesson

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This is me with one of my students. Nice clothes!

This is me with one of my students. Nice clothes!

Put on, take off, and wear are three verbs that are often confused in English. For today’s English lesson, let’s look at how these verbs are used in everyday English conversation.

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Yesterday’s listening challenge answer:
  • Cloth is either a fabric or a small towel. Clothes is what you wear on your body. Wear is also what you wear on your body, but we need to have a modifier before wear (like swimwear or casual wear.
  • What is the difference between clothes and wear?
Today’s listening challenge:
  • How does Michael usually dress at Happy English? How is this different from when he worked in his previous job?

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