On YouTube! Verbs & Prepositions – Tired From & Tired Of English Vocabulary Word Lesson

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New on Youtube! Today is Part 11 in my series of lessons to help you increase and remember vocabulary. Starting this lesson, we will look at verb and preposition combinations. Today, we are going to study tired from and tired of. Click the CC button to see the subtitles and download the transcript of the examples below. Are you ready? …

YouTube Lesson – Shifting Stress For Different Parts Of Speech – English Pronunciation

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New on YouTube! Let’s continue talking about Natural American English Pronunciation. In this lesson, we will look at the pronunciation of words that shift their stress depending on which part of speech they are. The words in this lesson are: address/address, compete/competition, define/definition, estimate/estimation, invite/invitation, present/present, produce/product, rebel/rebel, record/record, signify/significant, specify/specific, and suspect/suspect. Let’s check it out! Click the CC …

Drag On – English Phrasal Verb One Point Lesson

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Drag On When something drags on, it continues for an unnecessarily long time. The boss’s speech really dragged on. The last movie I saw was boring and dragged on. I don’t want to go to the meeting because the monthly meetings drag on. How about you? Have you experienced anything that has dragged on recently? Leave a comment below and …