34 – Ain’t Ain’t A Word! English Slang Words Lesson

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“Ain’t ain’t a word.” Most parents in the USA say that sentence to their kids. Mine too! For today’s English lesson, let’s have a look at this non-standard verb and how it is used (or shouldn’t be used) in English Conversation. Here are the example sentences Ain’t is used for every subject. Thus, you can say: I ain’t interested in …

33 – Four Money Related Idioms Using Make

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In English, you can make money, make a living, make do, and make ends meet. For today’s English lesson, let’s find out how to do all of those things as we study these four commonly used English idioms. Here are the example sentences. To get the details of this English lesson, you need to listen to the podcast or the …

28 – Phrasal Verbs With Get – English Lesson

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We use get on/get off & get in/get out of to talk about transportation. For today’s English lesson, let’s have a look at how we use these phrasal verbs. Here are the example sentences When we talk about public transportation (like a bus, train, or plane), we use get on and get off. I got on the train at 34th …