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Learn English – What’s the best way to study English? – Funny language and speaking & course intro

Learn English – What’s the best way to study English? – Funny language and speaking & course intro

Okay, okay. Calm down, calm down A very good morning to you students. Welcome to London on this sunny day in 1973. I’m going to teach you about English culture and the English language. You probably think but you know Read more…


The kitchen: English Language


How to say HASSLE (not ASS HOLE) – American English Pronunciation Lesson

How to say HASSLE (not ASS HOLE) – American English Pronunciation Lesson

welcome to the minute of speech todays word comes from an Italian speaker hassle when said incorrectly it sounds like a vulgar term which can be a very embarrassing mistake I have heard speakers say asshole let’s fix that pay Read more…


Passive-Aggressive Language

Passive-Aggressive Language

Hey, everyone. In this lesson we’re going to talk about passive aggression or being passive aggressive. A passive-aggressive person finds it really hard to say what they really want and what they really need, and sometimes they feel like they Read more…


How to say I HAVE A COLD — American English Pronunciation

How to say I HAVE A COLD — American English Pronunciation

Appalachian English

Appalachian English

Talking about like that like we had some wood out in the yard. Instead of saying “carry it in the house” you’d say “tote it in the house” and like if you had something that you wanted to put in Read more…


Which English Language Accent Is Sexiest?

Which English Language Accent Is Sexiest?

Why some Asian accents swap Ls and Rs in English

Why some Asian accents swap Ls and Rs in English

There’s a saying in Hong Kong kung fu movies: “Wai faai bat po.” It means “only speed is unbreakable.” “Wai faai bat po.” That’s in Cantonese, a language with tones, which English speakers have trouble distinguishing. So when an American Read more…


Communication Skills: Clarity

Communication Skills: Clarity

There are many reasons people seek out a speech coach, but all of them usually fall into three broad categories: clarity, confidence and credibility. Every client that walks into my office is concerned with at least one of those issues, Read more…


“Louis Vuitton” | Russell Peters – Red, White, and Brown

“Louis Vuitton” | Russell Peters – Red, White, and Brown

>>Russell Peters: Everybody’s cheap. Where the Jews at, Jews in the house? [Audience Cheering] Alright Arabs, the Jews are in here. Go talk to them. [Applause and Laughter] You’ve got some hugging to do! [Laughter] [Russell laughs] Jews, I don’t Read more…