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๐Ÿ“ฎ grammar

A photograph of an African business woman sending an email. Learn English grammar through this podcast that covers all the rules you need to know, with plenty of examples, to use modal verbs correctly.

3 Simple Rules for Using MODALS Correctly-Learning English Grammar Ep 502

Today we fix any mistakes you might make with English modal verbs. With just 3 simple rules, you will eliminate the main issues you can think of when using these tricky verbs. If you have been having problems with learning English modal verb grammar, you must listen to this podcast.

Published

January 10, 2022

๐Ÿ’ฌ Words: 2527

โณ Length 13 min

๐Ÿ“ฎ grammar

A photograph of a confused woman. If you are looking for a great way to master the use of TO and FOR in English, you can learn everything that you need to know from this English grammar podcast lesson.

How To Use TO And FOR Correctly And Improve Your ESL English Grammar Ep 501

Today we will make sure you use TO and FOR correctly in your English. So, if you are looking to avoid mistakes that make you sound like an English language learner or you are looking for high scores in your IELTS exams both written and spoken, this is the podcast English lesson for you!

Published

January 06, 2022

๐Ÿ’ฌ Words: 2834

โณ Length 15 min

๐Ÿ“ฎ grammar

A photograph of twin boys. Everything about Homophone. Confusing Words In English. This is a great place to go when you are stuck with grammar or confused by homophones.

Homophones-Avoid Mistakes With Confusing Words As We Learn The English Language Ep 494

Not knowing what a homophone is or what the common ones are could leave you sounding silly in your next English conversation. In todayโ€™s English grammar podcast we explain the problem, we help you practice spotting common homophones and we test you just to keep you on your toes as we learn how to speak the English language.

Published

December 13, 2021

๐Ÿ’ฌ Words: 2182

โณ Length 11 min

๐Ÿ“ฎ grammar

A busy UK Motorway with a man and a surprised face. We will teach you the fundamentals of learning English grammar. Itโ€™s time to talk about Exclamations!

She is Pregnant! How To Express Your Joy Using The English Grammar Of Exclamations Ep 487

Todayโ€™s lesson is about the English grammar of exclamations, and the language used in expressing emotions. The grammar of exclamations can get complicated because there are different kinds of exclamations, each with specific rules on how to use them. In this lesson, you will learn specific exclamations to talk about how you feel in response to hearing some news someone has just told you. To keep you on your toes, we have a quiz at the end of the podcast where you can practice what youโ€™ve learned.

Published

November 18, 2021

๐Ÿ’ฌ Words: 2472

โณ Length 13 min

๐Ÿ“ฎ grammar

A photo of a young woman looking aside posing in sunlight. With Adept English you learn English grammar

Learn English Grammar In A Conversational And Engaging Way Ep 475

I have an interesting English grammar podcast lesson on subject and object pronouns today. In the lesson you'll get to hear me speaking in Latin and German learn about my name, Hilary in Latin. Just to keep you on your toes, I've included a quiz so you can test your comprehension at the end.

Published

October 07, 2021

๐Ÿ’ฌ Words: 2447

โณ Length 13 min

๐Ÿ“ฎ grammar

Photograph of a worried young woman scared in stress biting nails. A Podcast to Learn English Grammar.

Grammar English Language Students Can Learn Automatically Ep 474

A podcast, where you learn English grammar automatically by listening. In this episode, weโ€™re going to learn about a new mental illness that people who have been in lock-down because of the pandemic are developing coronaphobia. We pay close attention to the correct English vocabulary and grammar as you listen and learn. The more English you listen to, the faster you can train our brain to speak and comprehend natural sounding English.

Published

October 04, 2021

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