One-Point English Lesson: Singular vs Plural Nouns

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I like chicken. Do you? I also like chickens. How about you?  Two interesting questions, right?  “I like chicken” Vs. “I like chickens”. Do you know the difference? Today’s online English Class will give you the answer. “I like chicken” refers to chicken as a food. If you like chicken, you are talking about food.  “I like chickens” refers to …

3 – See, Look, Watch – One Point English Lesson

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Let’s start off today’s free one-point English lesson with a quiz. Fill in the blanks with either “look (at)” “see” or “watch.” Yesterday I was ________ TV and I ________ a program about space. Since the beginning of time, humans have been ________ at the blinking lights night sky and wondering about them. I do too. I love to ________ …

2 – Casual English Greetings – One Point English Lesson

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I was in Roosevelt Field Mall doing some last minute Christmas shopping yesterday when I heard someone call my name. I turned around and it was my friend Tommy from university. “Hey Michael, what’s up?” he asked. “What’s up?” Well, that’s a very good question. Actually, in conversational American English, this is a pretty common way to greet someone and …

1 – Are you “bored” or “boring?” One Point English Lesson

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Check out this conversation between two friends: Bob:  “Hey Tom, How’s it going?” Tom:  “Hi Bob. Pretty good. Hey, how was Tony’s party last night?” Bob: “Well, actually I was pretty boring.” Tom: “Huh?” Tom was surprised with Bob’s answer. Do you know why? Well, it’s because Bob said he was “boring!” The target point of today’s free English lesson is “bored” …