446 – 11 Ways to use Get + the Past Participle

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Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Apple Podcasts | RSS Get…the verb get is so interesting in English because it has several meanings just on its own. I covered those meanings in podcast Episode 111. Get is also used in a number of phrases and idioms. For today’s English lesson, I’d like to show you 11 different phrases using …

391 – Will vs. Be Going To

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Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Apple Podcasts | RSSA lot of my students ask me about the difference between using will and be going to for the future. There seems to be a lot of confusion about how to talk about the future, so for today’s English lesson, I thought I would go over this point. Here are …

FREE TOEFL Practice Test!

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TOEFL. If you are planning to enter a college, university, or graduate program in the USA, you’re going to need to get a qualifying score the TOEFL exam. To do that, you’ll need some practice. Well, it seems that our friends over at Magoosh have put together a free, yes….completely free TOEFL exam that you can download or use online. …

388 – Learn 6 Dog Idioms

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Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Apple Podcasts | RSSDo you like dogs? I sure do and for today’s English lesson, I’ve got 6 dog idioms for you to learn: “in a dog’s age” “work like a dog” “lucky dog” “a dog’s life” “as sick as a dog” and, “Every dog has its day.” Let’s get to it! Here …