Practical English Lesson: How To Order A Sandwich In NYC

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Everybody likes a good sandwich. They are portable, tasty, and generally not very expensive. However, a lot of people have trouble ordering a sandwich in a deli here in New York. Well, don’t worry. Today I’m going to show you how to order exactly what you like. Most sandwiches have three components. First, we have the main ingredient(s) such as …

English Lesson: The Real English Conversation at a Fast Food Restaurant

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The day you arrive in a big American city, like New York, on a business trip or for a new overseas post, you’re going to be hungry. Quite possibly, your first meal may be at a fast food restaurant. Here are five essential words you’ll want to remember to help you order food. Next! Meal (not ‘set’) Is that it? …

English Phrase Lesson: 10 Ways To Say You Are Tired

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There are a number of expressions and idioms you can use to express your tired feeling. Today, I’d like to show you ten of them! I’m bushed. I’m exhausted. I’m beat. I’m wiped out. I’m wiped. I’m spent. I’m dog tired I’m fried. I’m pooped. I’m worn out. How are you feeling today? Try using one of these phrases and …

English Conversation Lesson: Casual Greetings with “How” & What”

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Basic Greetings in English An English conversation a conversation usually starts with a question. There are two kinds of questions we use – how and what. Here are some examples of each: How are you?              What’s new? How’s it going?           What’s up? How’s life?             …

One-Point English Grammar Lesson: 6 Basic Time Expressions with Prepositions

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Today I am going to show you six basic time expressions using the prepositions in, on, & at. These are set expressions in English, so you’ll need to memorize them. The best way to do that, is to use each expression in a sentence, and make sure that sentence is true for you. Now it’s your turn to practice your English. How about …