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Crime and Law English Vocabulary! – IELTS Essential Vocabulary!

Crime and Law English Vocabulary! – IELTS Essential Vocabulary!

Good afternoon, I’m Jim newsmen today’s top stories the Prime Minister has been arrested for trespassing through a field of wheat a Kitten in London has been jailed for murder and is awaiting trial Dracula the fictional public domain character Read more…


Are you using submissive language?

Are you using submissive language?

Hey, everyone. In today’s lesson we’re looking at submissive language. “Submissive language” is when you speak in a way that makes you really, really small and not important, and the person to whom you’re speaking is all so special and Read more…


Studying English at a Language School

Studying English at a Language School

Hello, folks. So this morning, we’ve come along to a very good language school in London because we want to have a look at what it’s like to be a student in one of these schools. Come, and let’s find Read more…


THE TRUTH about LANGUAGE LEARNING

THE TRUTH about LANGUAGE LEARNING

Ok, here I go It is my absolute belief that Foreign language learning as a separate subject should not exist. Let me repeat that: Foreign language learning as a separate subject should not exist. Language is not teachable Nobody has Read more…


How to say I HAVE A COLD — American English Pronunciation

How to say I HAVE A COLD — American English Pronunciation

Underwear | English Vocabulary

Underwear | English Vocabulary

I don’t think that goes there, Frank. Hi guys! Welcome back to English with Max. Today I am doing a video on something that’s not normally taught in English classes. However, if you go to an English-speaking country and you Read more…


Shaping the Way We Teach English: Module 01, Contextualizing Language

Shaping the Way We Teach English: Module 01, Contextualizing Language

CONTEXTUALIZATION IS THE MEANINGFUL USE OF LANGUAGE FOR REAL COMMUNICATIVE PURPOSES. IT HELPS STUDENTS UNDERSTAND HOW LANGUAGE USERS CONSTRUCT LANGUAGE IN A GIVEN CONTEXT. TEACHERS CAN CONTEXTUALIZE LANGUAGE INSTRUCTION BY ORGANIZING THE CONTENT OF THE LANGUAGE CURRICULUM ACCORDING TO THEMES 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…


English: A Stress-Timed Language – American Pronunciation

English:  A Stress-Timed Language – American Pronunciation

In this American English pronunciation video, we’re going to go over why some words sound different when they’re said on their own than they do when they’re said as part of a sentence, like ‘for’, ‘fer’. A lot of people Read more…


How to Pronounce the Letter E – American English

How to Pronounce the Letter E – American English