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Angie Koh, British English Language Teacher

Angie Koh, British English Language Teacher

Hello, it is great to meet you. I’m Angie, your British English language teacher. My one word that I live by is Inspire. So I would love to inspire you and you could inspire me too. Let me introduce myself 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…


American Sex Slang: The SEX Alphabet with Ronnie

American Sex Slang: The SEX Alphabet with Ronnie

Hi, guys. This is Norman Luboff. Please do not watch this video, it has very bad words. Ronnie’s a very bad person. Did I mention this is Norman Luboff? Did you buy my album? It’s really good. Do some good Read more…


4 Body Language Tricks to Impress Anyone – Improve Communication Skills – Personality Development

4 Body Language Tricks to Impress Anyone – Improve Communication Skills – Personality Development

Hey there! We often think of communication as being verbal; that is, performed using words. But there is another element to it: the nonverbal, the signals and the messages that we send using our body in a conversation. We call Read more…


Phrase Power – 2 – Does a bear shit in the woods? – How to Sound Like Native English Speakers

Phrase Power – 2 – Does a bear shit in the woods? – How to Sound Like Native English Speakers

hello and welcome to episode to hello and welcome to episode to love what I’m calling freeze love what I’m calling freeze love what I’m calling freeze power power power I like the sound of that it has I like Read more…


English Vocabulary: Talking about WORK

English Vocabulary: Talking about WORK

Hey, everyone. I’m Alex. Thanks for clicking, and welcome to this vocabulary lesson on talking about work. In this lesson, we will learn some phrases that we use to talk about work with our friends, family, colleagues, etc. So, you Read more…


Negative Prefixes in English: UN-, DIS-, NON-, A-, AB-, AN-, ANTI-

Negative Prefixes in English: UN-, DIS-, NON-, A-, AB-, AN-, ANTI-

Hello. I’m Gill from engVid, and today we have a lesson on a way of increasing your vocabulary by turning a positive word into a negative one just by adding a few letters at the front, which is called a Read more…


Learn Vocabulary: English words that come from other languages

Learn Vocabulary: English words that come from other languages

Dun, dun, dun, dun, dun, dun. Hi. James from engVid. We always do very serious lessons. Well, kind of serious lessons, in my case, but usually, you know, we stick with the grammar, the idioms, vocabulary, and whatnot, and every Read more…


How to Pronounce “Thank you.” [ ForB English Lesson ]

How to Pronounce “Thank you.” [ ForB English Lesson ]

Hello. Welcome to ForB’s English lesson video. My name is Kevin and today we are going to look at the pronunciation of “Thank you.” So how do we say “Thank you”? Well, the first part is a “th” sound. And Read more…


Learn & Remember the English ALPHABET: A, B, C, D, E, F…

Learn & Remember the English ALPHABET: A, B, C, D, E, F…

Hello. I’m Gill from www.engvid.com, and here we are in London on a rainy day, and we’re going to be looking at the English alphabet. And I have for you an alphabet memory trick to help you remember. Okay? Because Read more…