Learning English

Almost vs Almost All

Do you know the difference between ‘almost’ and ‘almost all’? Watch these popular videos explaining the difference between the two.

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Now you know the difference between ‘almost’ and ‘almost all’. Keep on practicing! See you next time for more popular English learning videos.
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Made Of vs Made From

Do you know what the difference between ‘made of’ and ‘made from’ is? Let’s watch the following YouTube videos explaining the difference between the two expressions.

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Now you know the difference  between ‘made of’ vs ‘made from’. Keep on practicing. Please check back for more interesting English learning videos. See you soon!

How to pronounce the M sound

It may seem simple enough but there are different ways to the consonant of M when put together with a vowel sound. Let’s watch the following YouTube videos explaining how to say M.

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Channel link: Tarle Speech & Language Services

Can you now say the different M sounds? Keep on practicing. Check back for more interesting English learning videos. See you soon!

 

British vs American Pronunciation: Water

Water may be a simple word but how British and Americans say the word is quite different. Watch the following YouTube videos showing you how to say it both ways.

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Channel link: Rachel’s English

Channel link: Learn English with Basically British

 

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Now you know the difference between British and American pronunciation of water. Try saying it both ways. Keep at it. Check back for more interesting English learning videos. See you soon!

The vs Thee

Using ‘the’ correctly is sometimes confusing, especially when to use the or thee when pronouncing it. Let’s watch the following YouTube videos explaining how to correctly use The and Thee.

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Channel link: BBC Learning English

Channel link: British English Pro

Did you pick up some tips on when to use ‘the’ and ‘thee’? Practice makes perfect. Please check back for more interesting English learning videos. See you soon!

British vs American Pronunciation: Advertisement

Did you know there are some differences between British and American pronunciation? Watch the following videos showing you how advertisement is pronounced differently between the two.

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Could you catch the difference between the American pronunciation of advertisement versus the British pronunciation? Try practicing both ways. Thanks for watching and check back soon for more interesting English learning videos.

How to Use ‘Should’, ‘Had Better’&’Ought To’

For non-native speakers of English, the expressions of ‘should’, ‘had better’, and ‘ought to’ are very difficult to tell apart. Let’s watch some popular YouTube videos explaining the differences between these three confusing expressions.

Channel Link: English Lessons with Alex (engVid AlexESLvid)

Channel Link: Oxford Online English

Channel Link: ForBenglish

Channel Link: Learn English with Let’s Talk – Free English Lessons

Channel Link: VOA Learning English

Channel Link: ESL Helpers Inc

Could you pick up some tips about using these three expressions? Keep on practicing and don’t give up. Check back for more useful English expressions. See you again.