YouTube Daily Phrasal Verbs II – English Vocabulary Word Lesson

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New on YouTUbe! Today is Part 7 in my series of lessons to help you increase and remember vocabulary. In this lesson, we will look at 12 common phrasal verbs in daily life! Today’s phrasal verbs are: check out, get ready / get ready for, head out, get on / get off, get in / get out (of), drop by, pick up, get to, stand by, and run through. Click the CC button to see the subtitles and download the transcript of the examples below. Are you ready? Let’s check it out! I hope you like this lesson…if you do, please take a minute and subscribe to my YouTube Channel! If you know anyone who might be interested in this English language point, why not help them out! Just share this lesson with them. Thanks for studying today!

Using RUN For Transportation – English Vocabulary Lesson

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Using RUN For Transportation We use run to talk about the movement of trains and busses, etc. in a city. In NYC the subways and busses run 24/7 (all the time) I’ve heard that in Tokyo, the trains run until 1:00am. How about in your city? What time do the trains and busses run until? Do they run 24/7? If you know anyone who might be interested in this English language point, why not help them out! Just share this lesson with them. Thanks for studying today!

TH vs. S Pronunciation Practice

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The TH sound is tricky, yeah, I get that. Especially when it comes in the middle or the end of a word…Like trying to distinguish BATH and BASS. Well, I’m here to help! For today’s English lesson, I am going to help you practice these sounds by teaching you this original Tongue Twister, and you can listen to it in the video I made with my special assistant, Naho! You can tap or click to hear the sound! How fast can you say it? If you know anyone who might be interested in this English language point, why not help them out! Just share this lesson with them. Thanks for studying today!

SH & CH Pronunciation Practice with this Tongue Twister English Lesson

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For a lot of English learners, the consonant sounds SH and CH in English can be tricky for a lot of people to distinguish, both in listening and speaking. For today’s English lesson, I am going to help you practice these sounds by teaching you this original Tongue Twister. It’s called “Charlie Shelly,” and you can listen to it in the video I made with my special assistant, Naho! You can tap or click to hear the sound! How fast can you say it? If you know anyone who might be interested in this English language point, why not help them out! Just share this lesson with them. Thanks for studying today!

L & R Pronunciation Practice with this Tongue Twister English Lesson

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I know that a lot of English learners have trouble with the consonant sounds L and R in English. These two sounds can be really tricky for a lot of people to distinguish, both in listening and speaking. For today’s English lesson, I am going to help you practice these sounds by teaching you this original little Tongue Twister. It’s called “Lumpy Riley,” and you can listen to it in the video I made with my special assistant, Naho! You can tap or click to hear the sound! How fast can you say it? If you know anyone who might be interested in this English language point, why not help them out! Just share this lesson with them. Thanks for studying today!

10 “AT” Idioms & Phrases – English Vocabulary Lesson

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Welcome to another idiom lesson! For today’s English lesson we are going to look at some idioms and phrases which use the preposition at. Idioms are fun to learn, They make your English conversation more natural, plus they give you an edge On exams like the TOEIC and TOEFL. Are you ready? Let’s check them out! When something is moving at a good clip, it is moving very quickly. The ship was moving at a good clip and reach its destination 30 minutes earlier than scheduled. Jack’s car was moving at a good clip when the police stopped him for speeding. When you are at a loss for words, you are not sure what to say because you have just heard something very surprising. Everyone was at a loss for words when the boss said that the company was going to move to Texas. You want to leave me? I am at a loss for words… When something moves or does something at a snail’s pace, it goes very slowly. Please hurry up and finish your report Jack. You are working at a snails pace. The traffic on the highway was moving at a snails pace this morning. The phrase at …

10 “Out” Idioms – English Idiom Lesson

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I love teaching and learning idioms because using idioms is a great way to make your language sound more natural. The preposition out can be found in a number of idioms and for today’s English lesson, let’s have a look at ten of them! To have a falling out means to have such a disagreement with someone that your relationship with them stops. When Jack and his neighbor had a falling out, Jack had a fence installed between their houses. It’s too bad that Jenny and her boyfriend had a falling out. Everyone thought they would get married someday. A night out is when you spend time enjoying the nightlife in your town. We had a great dinner and then enjoyed a Broadway show. It was a nice night out. I’ve worked really hard this week so I am looking forward to having a night out this weekend. To be cleaned out means to use all of your pocket money. I bought a lot at the sale at the shopping mall so I’m completely cleaned out. Jack said that he was cleaned out after his trip to Las Vegas. To be bent out of shape means to be upset or …

The Online Teacher Summit

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Become A Better Online Language Teacher! Teach a language from anywhere in the world with a computer and Internet access.  Learn about the best tools and practices from experienced online teachers.