New YouTube Lesson – 3 Ways To Use SUGGEST & RECOMMEND

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Here’s my newest YouTube English Lesson. Unlike most verbs, suggest and recommend are not followed by an object + infinitive. There are three patterns we can use with suggest and recommend. Pattern #1: suggest and recommend + noun Pattern #2: suggest and recommend + gerund (VerbING) Pattern #3: suggest and recommend + S / V. In this video, we’re going …

New YouTube Lesson – VERY vs. REALLY

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New on YouTube! The adverbs VERY and REALLY have a similar meaning, but the way that we use them is different. Do you get mixed up with those words sometimes? Well, in this YouTube lesson, I’m going to show you how we use VERY and REALLY in everyday English. Check it out! I hope you like this lesson…if you do, …

New YouTube Lesson – Doubt vs. Question

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New on YouTube! The words DOUBT and QUESTION can be tricky for a lot of English learners. That’s because in some languages, DOUBT and QUESTION translate into the same word. I believe this happens in Portuguese, and I guess it happens in some other languages too. Well, have a look at this lesson video and hopefully you can end your …

Slip Your Mind – American English Idiom One Point Lesson

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SLIP MY MIND When something slips your mind it means you forgot that thing. I had a doctor appointment this afternoon but it totally slipped my mind. Oh no! Yesterday was grandma’s birthday. It totally slipped my mind. I write things down because if I don’t, they will slip my mind. How about you? Has anything slipped your mind recently? …