SPRING Slang & Idioms – American English Lesson

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SPRING! Spring is in the air and for today’s English lesson, let’s look at slang and idioms which contain the word SPRING. Maybe you “have a spring in your step”, you “have spring fever”, or you’re “no spring chicken!” Perhaps you’ve “sprung back from” a cold or a bad romance, and maybe someone “sprung for” dinner for you! Let’s learn …

WH Questions & DID – Natural American English Pronunciation Lesson

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In this lesson, we will look at the natural American English pronunciation of WH-question words and “did.” For example, “What did you do?” is usually pronounced as “Wuh-dih-jya-do?” Learning this kind of pronunciation will help make it easier to understand native English speakers too, so it’s both a pronunciation lesson and good English listening practice. Check it out! I hope …

WHAT-SIS? (TH Sound Drops After S) – American English Pronunciation Lesson

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Here is today’s YouTube English Pronunciation Lesson! In this English learning video, let’s look at the natural American English pronunciation of TH after S. When TH comes after an S sound, the TH sound usually disappears. This most often happens in when we use WH questions and the BE VERB. Check it out, and remember, practice makes perfect! I hope …

6 Ways To Use WORK OUT (Phrasal Verb) – American English Vocabulary Lesson For TOEIC

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It’s a new Phrasal Verb Lesson! In this YouTube English lesson, I’m going to show you 6 different ways that you can use the phrasal verb, WORK OUT. Most people know that WORK OUT means to exercise, but I want to show you other ways to use WORK OUT, which will help you to make your English sound more natural …

Tag Questions Intonation – Natural American English Pronunciation Lesson

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It’s another YouTube Pronunciation English Lesson! In this English learning video, we will look at the natural American English pronunciation of tag questions. Tag questions are those little questions that we add to the end of a sentence like, “are you?” “isn’t it?” “don’t you?” and so on. The key point of this lesson is that the meaning is based …