SO vs. SUCH – English Grammar Lesson

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SO vs. SUCH We use so followed by an adjective: – It’s so cold today. We use such followed by a noun or a noun phrase: – He’s such a gentleman. – It’s such a cold day. If you know anyone who might be interested in this English language point, why not help them out! Just share this lesson with …

During vs. While – Learn The Difference!

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Let’s have a look at the difference between during and while. It was cold during the day today. During work, I looked out the window and noticed people were carrying umbrellas while walking on the street. It wasn’t raining early in the morning while I was walking to the office, but it started raining hard during the afternoon while I …

It vs. That & It’ll That’ll Natural American English Pronunciation Lesson 英語の発音

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The other day, two people asked me about IT and THAT. First of all, what’s the difference between IT and THAT? The second is about the natural pronunciation of it’ll and that’ll. Those are great questions, and in this YouTube lesson, we’re going to look at both of those points. It’s a grammar lesson and a pronunciation lesson all in …

5 Grammar Patterns Using GET in American English

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Do you know how to use GET? We’ve already talked about the different meanings of get in another video. But today, I want to show you 5 different grammar patterns you can use with get. The meaning of GET changes depending on the grammar you use after GET. Let’s check it out in this YouTube English lesson. I hope you …