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A couple falling out with each other. Some of the possible English phrasal verb combinations of the verb fall, and some examples.

Popular English Phrasal Verb Pairings-Fall Ep 551

English phrasal verbs explained. Today, our journey through the many possible phrasal verb combinations continues with the verb fall. We explore the most common use of fall in a phrasal verb, with lots of examples. I’ve included a short quiz at the end of the lesson so you can check if you have grasped the multitude meanings of fall as a phrasal verb. Please start listening before we fall out with each other, and take the quiz at the end of the lesson to check you’ve got it. I hope you spotted that phrasal verb!

Published

June 30, 2022

💬 Words: 2869

Length 15 min

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A photo of neighbourhood street party. In this lesson you will learn about conditionals: what they are, what their forms and meanings are, how to practice using them in conversation and how to avoid common mistakes that others make.

ESL English Grammar-The 4 Conditionals Explained Ep 540

English language learners often struggle with the English grammar concept of conditionals. In this lesson, I’ll explain the 4 conditional types in a straightforward way, along with examples of each type and its use. As a bonus, there is even a quiz at the end of the lesson to check you have improved your understanding.

Published

May 23, 2022

💬 Words: 2586

Length 13 min

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Two Alaskan brown bare fishing in a river. Want to improve your English skills? Perfect your pronunciation? Learn more about grammar and homonyms? Start today for free.

Yet Another Part Of Speech English Learners Struggle With-Homonyms Ep 537

English has some words which sound similar when you say them, and can even have the same spelling, but have a different meaning. Today we are going to talk about homonyms in our English grammar lesson, what they are, and why they are problematic for new English language learners. As usual, we provide lots of English listening practice to help you spot them and avoid confusion when you communicate with people using them.

Published

May 12, 2022

💬 Words: 2504

Length 13 min

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A photo of a woman with a brightly coloured umbrella. This podcast will help you get to know modals better so you can use them confidently and correctly in your own speech and writing.

Parts Of Speech-English Modal Verbs Ep 535

Modal verbs are everywhere! They are a big part of speech in the English language. Frankly, in English we use them so much that after a while they become invisible to us native speakers. Which is why we need to make them visible again. That’s what this podcast is all about. Start learning English grammar the easy way, through listening.

Published

May 05, 2022

💬 Words: 2751

Length 14 min

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A visit to a green spring garden on an Easter weekend. Every day, we use countless verb tenses in English conversation. In today’s lesson, I’ll walk you through how native English speakers use tenses.

Learn English Verb Tenses Needed To Talk About Your Plans With Others Ep 531

Are you looking for the perfect resource to help you get confident in all those English verb tenses? In this lesson, you’ll find ALL the verb tenses typically used during an everyday English conversation. It’s crammed to capacity with examples of present simple and present perfect verbs, past simple forms, modal verbs and many more.

Published

April 21, 2022

💬 Words: 3458

Length 18 min

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A zoomed in photo of an English dictionary. This English grammar podcast lesson on present tense is perfect for English language learners of all levels, providing simple explanations and easy-to-follow exercises.

PRESENT TENSE Fully Explained With Examples As We Listen And Learn English Grammar Ep 524

The Present Tense in English: We’re going to work on the present tense in our English grammar lesson today. I want to get you thinking about how you can use your knowledge of the tenses to your advantage when speaking. We use tenses to explain when an action takes place, and explaining when an action takes place is an important part of ALL our everyday conversations.

Published

March 28, 2022

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