B Vs. V – American English Pronunciation Lesson

Michael Pronunciation, Tongue Twisters Leave a Comment

I know that for a lot of English learners, the B and V consonant sounds can be tricky to distinguish and pronounce. This video can help you overcome that! I hope you like it…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 …

One-Point English Lesson: Singular vs Plural Nouns

Michael Grammar Leave a Comment

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 …