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  • 03:25 Adjective Form 3

    Adjective Form 3

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    Adjective Form 3

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  • 03:08 Adjective Form 2

    Adjective Form 2

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  • 03:24 Adjective Form 1

    Adjective Form 1

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    At the end of the video, test what you've learnt with an interactive quiz - just click on the correct answer to proceed.

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  • 04:44 Adjective Comparison 2 (three + syllables)

    Adjective Comparison 2 (three + syllables)

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    This video looks at comparing adjectives with three or more syllables.

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  • 05:59 Adjective Comparison 3 (Two syllables)

    Adjective Comparison 3 (Two syllables)

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    This video looks are comparing adjectives with two or more syllables.

  • 04:56 Adjective Comparison 1 (one syllable)

    Adjective Comparison 1 (one syllable)

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    This video looks at using adjectives when making comparisons.

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  • 03:15 Adverbs Much

    Adverbs Much

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    This video looks at the adverb 'much'

  • 06:07 Passive voice basics 1

    Passive voice basics 1

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    In this video, we look at using the passive voice, in the present and past."Lunch is provided at 1pm. The pyramids were built many years ago.

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  • 07:38 Passive voice basics 2

    Passive voice basics 2

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    In this video, learn about using the passive voice:"My computer was made in China.

  • 07:02 Linking Verbs, Verb Phrases

    Linking Verbs, Verb Phrases

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    This week's video is looking at the use of linking verbs in noun phrases

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  • 06:34 Present simple and progressive, he speaks, he is speaking

    Present simple and progressive, he speaks, he is speaking

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    Learn more English with the Shepherd School of English!Use this video to learn about the present simple and progressive:"Liz speaks French, but she's speaking English.

  • 08:05 Present progressive form, I am making

    Present progressive form, I am making

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    Learn more English with the Shepherd School of English!In this video, learn about the form of the present progressive:"I am making a video to help you with your English."

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  • 07:29 Present simple form, I like, she likes

    Present simple form, I like, she likes

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    Learn more English with the Shepherd School of English!Today we're looking at questions and statements in the present simple:"Do you like English? I like English!"At the end of the video, test what you've learnt with an interactive quiz - just click on th

  • 03:15 Taking a taxi, Learn English

    Taking a taxi, Learn English

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    Traveling abroad? What would you say if you needed to taxi? Here are the words and phrases that you can use. Repeat the conversation and practice to improve.

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  • 11:30 Possessive Pronouns (mine, yours), Lessons for Beginners 57

    Possessive Pronouns (mine, yours), Lessons for Beginners 57

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    Topic: Possessive pronouns (mine, yours, his, hers, ours, theirs) Level: Beginner. We will also review possessive adjectives (my, your, his, her, our, their)

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  • 07:22 The Living Room, Lessons for Beginners 55

    The Living Room, Lessons for Beginners 55

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    Topic: The Living Room (vocabulary)Level: Beginner We will also practice "There is/ There are" and prepositions and adverbs of location (in, across from, in front of, over there...)

  • 08:05 The Kitchen, Lessons for Beginners 53

    The Kitchen, Lessons for Beginners 53

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    Topic: The Kitchen (vocabulary)Level: Beginner

  • 10:46 Information (Wh-) Questions, Lessons for Beginners 52

    Information (Wh-) Questions, Lessons for Beginners 52

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    Topic: Wh- Questions (Information with questions words: where, when, why, and more) Level: Beginner

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  • 07:12 Question Words, Lessons for Beginners 51

    Question Words, Lessons for Beginners 51

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    Topic: Question Words (Why? Where? When? and more) Level: Beginner

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  • 04:31 Weekday and Weekend, Lessons for Beginners 42

    Weekday and Weekend, Lessons for Beginners 42

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    Topic: Weekday and Weekend Also learn: school day, work day

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  • 07:10 Days of the Week, Lessons for Beginners 41

    Days of the Week, Lessons for Beginners 41

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    Topic: Days of the Week

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  • 01:50 American Slang Lesson 1

    American Slang Lesson 1

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    In this video I explain my view on teaching slang and share the first of several mini lessons. Dialogues in this series of lessons are broken down to show the expressions, changes in pronunciation, and changes in grammar that are common in informal Englis

  • 16:58 Stative Passive, English Grammar Lesson 30

    Stative Passive, English Grammar Lesson 30

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    Topic: A review of the passive and study of the stative passive.LEVEL: High intermediate - advanced

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  • 09:24 Tag Questions, English Grammar Lesson 29, Part 2

    Tag Questions, English Grammar Lesson 29, Part 2

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    Topic: Introduction to tag questions: form and use.In Part 2, we look at other form and other uses. Two exercises allow for practice.LEVEL: Intermediate

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  • 13:49 Tag Questions, English Grammar Lesson 29, Part 1

    Tag Questions, English Grammar Lesson 29, Part 1

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    Topic: Introduction to tag questions: form and use.In Part 1, I limit the discussion to the two most common uses of tag questions and how tag questions are formed.LEVEL: Intermediate

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  • 10:09 Reported Speech Introduction, English Grammar Lesson 7

    Reported Speech Introduction, English Grammar Lesson 7

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    Topic: Reported speech. (Also called indirect speech.) This is the first video in a series of lessons on reported speech. Level: Intermediate.

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  • 08:54 Present Perfect, The Use of Present Perfect Tense, English Grammar Lesson 6b

    Present Perfect, The Use of Present Perfect Tense, English Grammar Lesson 6b

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    Topic: the present perfect and the present perfect progressive tenses. This is PART TWO of a lesson in four parts. In PART TWO we continue to look at reasons why the present perfect is used. A contrast is made between the present perfect and the simple pa

  • 02:00 Little Red Riding Hood, Kids Stories

    Little Red Riding Hood, Kids Stories

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    Watch Little Red Riding Hood and read along to the story with the words on the screen. We hope you enjoyed watching Little Red Riding Hood and we will see you soon on LearnEnglish Kids!http://www.britishcouncil.org/learnenglishkids

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  • 02:38 Expressing preference lesson, British Council

    Expressing preference lesson, British Council

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    To express preferences in general, we use 'prefer + verb-ing to verb-ing':Brian prefers swimming to sailing.Expressing preferencesTo express preferences on a particular occasion, we use 'prefer to + infinitive'. If we use 'would prefer to + infinitive', w

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  • 01:26 There is There are video lesson, British Council

    There is There are video lesson, British Council

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    There is = There'sThere's a park in my town.Negatives:There isn't a park in this town.We use 'There aren't any ...' with plural nouns:There aren't any trees in this streetAsking questions:Is there / Are there ...?Is there a park in your town?Yes, there is

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  • 01:57 Past continuous, British Council

    Past continuous, British Council

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    The past continuous is often used to describe an action which happened for some time and then stopped when something else happened:He was watching television when the lights went out.The past continuous is also used to describe an action that went on for

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  • 03:18 Past simple Tense, British Council

    Past simple Tense, British Council

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    When we talk about a single, completed event in the past, we add '-ed' to the end of a regular verb.There is no third person '-s':John works in an office everyday.Yesterday he worked from nine o'clock in the morning to five in the evening.NegativesTo make

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  • 01:39 Gerunds, British Council

    Gerunds, British Council

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    We use gerunds, verb +ing:1. after prepositions like 'to', 'for', ' in', 'at', 'of', 'about', etc.:I'll think about joining the club next year.2. after certain verbs, such as 'avoid', 'enjoy', 'finish', 'go', 'suggest', etc.:I always enjoy relaxing on the

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  • 01:33 Reporting verbs video lesson, British Council

    Reporting verbs video lesson, British Council

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    We use reporting verbs to report the meaning of the statement. Different reporting verbs are followed by different structures:1. 'apologised for' 'verb + -ing':"OK, I'm sorry for making you worry." - She apologised for making us worry.2. 'promised' + infi

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  • 04:57 How to call a Nationality Lesson 10, eTeacherEnglish

    How to call a Nationality Lesson 10, eTeacherEnglish

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    Nationality We'll learn how to call a Nationality -- the name of the people you belong to.

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  • 02:48 We Are Family, Learn English, Family Vocabulary Lesson, Linguaspectrum Vocabulary Lessons

    We Are Family, Learn English, Family Vocabulary Lesson, Linguaspectrum Vocabulary Lessons

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    We are all of us part of a family of one sort or another. Family members have various names in English and some of them like husband, wife, uncle, aunt, nephew and niece, are among the few English words that have gender. This video shows how the members o

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