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-ed ending: [t], [d] or [Id] | Slow Practice | English Pronunciation Lesson

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Practice the 3 sounds of the -ed ending, [t], [d] and [ɪd], nice and slowly with this lesson.

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Same Verbs and Nouns + Syllable Stress | English Pronunciation Lesson

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When a noun/adjective is spelled the exact same was as a verb in English, distinguish the two sounds by shifting their syllable stress.

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Future Verb Tense: “will”, “going to”, “gonna” | English Grammar Lesson

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This lesson will help you talk about the future with the verbs "will", "going to" and "gonna".

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Past Perfect Verb Tense in English | English Grammar Lesson

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Learn when the past perfect verb tense is used and practice with examples.

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-ed ending: [t], [d] or [Id]? | A Quick Overview | English Pronunciation Lesson

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Get a quick overview of the three pronunciations of the -ed ending in English in this lesson.

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Present Perfect Continuous Verb Tense | English Grammar Lesson

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We use the present perfect continuous form of verbs to express two types of actions. Learn those rules and practice with sample sentences in this lesson.

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Present Perfect Verb Tense | English Grammar Lesson

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Practice talking about the general, non-specific past in English using the present perfect verb tense.

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Simple Past Verb Tense | English Grammar Lesson

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Practice using the simple past tense verb in English grammar.

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Gerunds: -ing action words in English | English Grammar Lesson

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Gerunds look like verbs, sound like verbs, smell like verbs, but they're not verbs -- they're nouns! Practice using them in this grammar lesson with video and audio.

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Pronunciation of Contracted Verbs: Must + have = “must’ve” [mʌstəv] | Part 6 | English Pronunciation Lesson

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In Part 6 of this series, practice the pronunciation of "must've" (contracted from "must" + "have") to talk about a past event that you are certain took place.

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