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Syllable Stress + Pronunciation Practice | Months of the Year

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Practice stressing and de-stressing syllables to create the music of English in your speech with the months of the year.

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Very, pretty, so, really | Intensifiers in English

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Practice using the words "very", "pretty", "so" and "really" to describe the extent or amount of something in everyday, casual English.

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How to Learn and Remember Vocabulary in English


Use these techniques to help you to learn and remember vocabulary in English.

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‘Both’, ‘neither’ or ‘either’ | English Vocabulary

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"Both", "neither", and "either" are terms used to describe 0, 1 or 2 of something, while emphasizing its relationship in a group of 2.

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A Lesson on Thanksgiving | An American Holiday


Thanksgiving is one of the most special days of the year for the American family. It marks the official start of the holiday season in the USA!

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Numbers 100 – 1 million | English Pronunciation & Vocabulary Lesson


Pronouncing numbers correctly is important in America, a culture that is always thinking about money and time. There is more than one way to say numbers, which may change in different contexts.

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List of the U.S. States | English Pronunciation Lesson


This is an English vocabulary lesson: a list (in alphabetical order) of the 50 states that make up the United States of America, plus the District of Columbia, better known as Washington, D.C.

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Counting the Numbers 0 – 100 | English Pronunciation & Vocabulary Lesson

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A very simple lesson! Here is a list of how English speakers say the numbers 0 to 100.

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Numbers 11 – 90 (Teens and Tens) | American & British English Pronunciation Lesson

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Pronouncing numbers correctly is essential to avoid misunderstandings when discussing prices, trading phone numbers and so much more. This lesson uses both American and British English pronunciation.

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10 Steps to Improving Your English Language and Pronunciation Skills | Part 2


This post is the second in a series on How to Improve Your English Language and Pronunciation Skills.

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