Fall Through – Phrasal Verb English Lesson

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Fall Through When a plan or an idea falls through, it doesn’t work out. Because of the rain, my plans to go to the beach fell through. Jimmy was going to ask Cathy for a date, but it fell through when he found that out she has a boyfriend. I was going to eat cereal for breakfast, but since there …

Keep At It – American Idiom Lesson

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Keep at it Keep at it means to keep doing something that you want to have success with. We often use keep at it when we want to encourage someone. You guys are doing a great job with your English so please keep at it👍 If you want to succeed at whatever you are doing, you need to keep at …

Drop By – Phrasal Verb English Lesson

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Drop By Drop by means to visit somewhere for a short period of time. I dropped by the coffee shop on the way to work today. I’ll be home all day tomorrow, so drop by any time! Have you dropped by anywhere recently? If you know anyone who might be interested in this English language point, why not help them …

Take A Crack At It – American Idiom Lesson

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Take A Crack At When you take a crack at something, you try it or try doing it. They are going to open a rock climbing place near me. I think I’ll take a crack at it. I took a crack at golf. How about you? What is something you want to take a crack at? If you know anyone …

To Bite The Dust – American Idiom Lesson

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Bite the dust. Went to a machine or electronic equipment stops working, you can say that it bit the dust. Remember that bite is an irregular verb: bite…bit…bitten My old car finally bit the dust. My phone bit the dust when I dropped it in the bath. How about you? Do you have anything that has bitten the dust recently? …

YouTube English Lesson – Will & Would – Natural American English Pronunciation

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Brand New YouTube English Lesson! Today, let’s have a look at how we pronounce will and would when they are followed by certain pronouns. This lesson is great practice for not only learning natural American pronunciation but also improving your listening skills. Here are the patterns: will I, will it, will he, would I, would you, would he, & would …

YouTube English Lesson – Phrasal Verbs with STAY

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Learning phrasal verbs will make your English sound more natural. That’s because native English speakers prefer using phrasal verbs in everyday English conversation. The phrasal verbs we are going to look at today are stay away, stay for, stay in, stay out, stay over, stay put, stay up, and stay with. Let’s check it out. I hope you like this …

A Blast From The Past – American Idiom Lesson

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A Blast From The Past When you experience something that gives you nostalgic or sentimental feelings you can say it’s a blast from the past. Hearing those old songs from my high school days was a blast from the past. I hung out with my friends from my high school days last weekend. It was a blast from the past. …