On YouTube! Verbs & Prepositions: SURPRISED Plus Prepositions – English Vocabulary Word Lesson

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New on YouTube! Today is Part 13 in my series of lessons to help you increase and remember vocabulary. This month, we are looking at verb and preposition combinations. Today, we are going to study all of the prepositions we can use with the verb, WORK. Click the CC button to see the subtitles and download the transcript of the …

Before, After, Without + VerbING – English Grammar Lesson

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After the prepositions before, after, and without, we use the VerbING, like this: Please put your dish in the sink after eating. I always have a lot of energy after exercising. Before eating something, please wash your hands. Make sure you have your passport before leaving for the airport. If you go outside without drying your hair, you may catch …

AT Sounds Like AD – Natural American English Pronunciation Lesson

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Welcome to today’s YouTube lesson! It’s time to take your English pronunciation to the next level! Prepositions in English are generally unstressed and the preposition AT is often pronounced as AD. We’re going to look at some sentences where T is reduced, as well as the natural pronunciation of HIS and HER. I hope you like it…if you do, please …

Besides vs. Except – Confusing English Words Lesson for TOEIC TOEFL and Everyday English!

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American English Vocabulary Learn the difference between Besides and Expect Do you know the difference between besides and except? Knowing this will help you in everyday English conversation, and in the TOEFL and TOEIC exams. In this YouTube English lesson, I’m going to show you what these words mean, how they are used and, give you lots of example sentences to …