13 – Alive, Live, Dead, & Died – Confusing English Words

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Welcome! This is Happy English Podcast Episode 13 – Alive, Live, Dead, & Died – Confusing English Words. A lot of students seem to get confused with how to use these words. How about you? Well, today I am going to help solve this problem for you. I hope you enjoy this lesson.
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Comments 16

  1. Hello, Teacher Michael!
    That’s very useful podcast about the confusing words.
    Here are my answers:
    1. We bought live lobsters at the fish market.
    2. J.S. Bach died in 1750.

    Thank you a lot, Teacher Michael!

    By the way, I really want to know the difference between “lately” and “recently”. Could you please explain them! I will eagerly await your answer! 🙂

  2. Hello,

    1. You bought live lobsters at the fish market.
    2. J.H Bob died in 1750.

    Your explainations are very clear to me.
    By the way, I like the song I’M ALIVE by Celine Dion.
    Have a great day Micheal!

  3. Hi Michael. Also, I am a fan of Frank Sinatra’s music; specially I like his most famous song New York, New York….
    1. You bought live lobsters at the file market
    2. Bach died in 1750.

      1. Hi Michael, Yes, I like so much his song called New York, New York.

        In other way, you bought live lobsters at the fish market.

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