On YouTube – Teens & Tens – How To Hear and Pronounce the Difference

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New on YouTube. In this lesson, we will look at the natural American English pronunciation of numbers. A lot of English learners have trouble with the pronunciation of 13 vs. 30…14 vs. 40…15 vs. 50 and so on. Let’s check out how we really pronounce these numbers! Let’s check it out! I hope you like this lesson…if you do, please …

Be Off – Phrasal Verb English Lesson

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Be Off Be off means to have a day off from work or school. My friend Jack works on the weekends so he is off on Mondays and Tuesdays. I am off tomorrow, so I am going to sleep in! How about you? When are you off? If you know anyone who might be interested in this English language point, …

Throw In The Towel – American Idiom Lesson

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Throw in the towel When you give up doing something that you were trying to accomplish you can’t say you throw in the towel. This idiom comes from boxing. When the boxer gives up, they throw a towel into the ring. Playing golf is just not for me, so I threw in the towel. During the race, I sprained my …

Wing It – American Idiom Lesson

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Wing It When you wing it, you do something with out any preparation. Suddenly, my boss asked me to do a presentation at the meeting. I am going to have to wing it. Jack gave a great speech. I heard he had to wing it! Have you needed to wing it recently? If you know anyone who might be interested …