Differences between ‘Nice to Meet You’ vs ‘Nice to See you’

There are many confusing expressions in the English language, as the two expressions ‘Nice to meet you.’ and ‘Nice to see you.’ Watch the popular videos below showing you how to correctly use these expressions.

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How to respond to Thank You

Non native speaker of English often do not know what to do or say after someone says ‘Thank you’. Watch the following popular videos showing you how to correctly respond when someone says ‘Thank you’.

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How to respond to Greetings

For non native learners of English, responding the right way when you greet someone can be confusing. Watch and listen to the following popular videos explaining how to correctly greet someone and to greet someone back.

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How to say Heart vs Hurt

Yet another two pair of words that are difficult for non native speakers to say and hear the difference is heart and hurt. Watch and listen to the popular videos below for the correct way to pronounce heart and hurt.

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How to say Fast vs First

These two words, fast and first, are also difficult for non native English speakers to say and listen for the difference. Watch and listen to the popular videos below for how to correctly say fast and first.

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How to say But vs Bat

For non native speakers of English, but and bat are difficult to hear and say the difference between them. Listen and practice with the following popular videos for how to correctly pronounce but and bat.

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How to use ‘much’, ‘many’, and ‘a lot of’.

The expressions of ‘much’, ‘many’, and ‘a lot of’ are difficult and confusing for non native English speakers. Watch these popular videos explaining how to correctly use these expressions.

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