What’s The Difference Between ACCIDENT and INCIDENT – English Vocabulary Lesson

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What’s the difference between accident and incident? accident and incident are two words in English that are often confused by both English learners and native speakers. Let’s learn this vocabulary today! The word accident is a noun and an accident is when two or or more things crash into or damage each other. An accident is a physical happening. There …

What’s The Difference Between GATHER and GET TOGETHER – English Vocabulary Lesson

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What’s the difference between gather and get together? These two words are similar in English, but the way we use them is different. Let’s have a look at how to use gather and get together in everyday English conversation and writing. Gather is a person’s action. Gather means to collect things or bring things from different places to one place. …

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!

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 …