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 …

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 …

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.

Hope vs. Wish, Used to, & Get Idioms English Lesson

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English Lesson Video Here’s what we studied in this LIVE Youtube English Lesson: Vocabulary: Learn the difference between Hope and Wish. Grammar: Used to vs. be used to. American English Slang & Idioms: From the Get Go, Get a move on, Get my head around, and Get a bang out of If you know anyone who might be interested in …

TH Pronunciation, Will vs. Be Going To, & Food Idioms!

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English Lesson Here’s what we studied in this LIVE Youtube English Lesson: Pronunciation: How we pronounce TH in Natural American English. Grammar: Using Will or Be Going To for the future. American English Slang & Idioms: Piece of cake, Nuts, Pea Brian, Get something for Peanuts If you know anyone who might be interested in this English language point, why …