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✔ This video brings together 12 of the phrasal verb videos to provide vitally important repetition which will help make these phrasal verbs part of your active vocabulary. ✔ The 12 phrasal verbs included are: Bowl Over, Chicken Out, Faff About, Fall Out, Fish For, Hang On, Look After, Move In, Put Together, Skive Off, Take Up, Zip Around
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Ok, chaps, today’s objective is to gather intelligence about a little bit of British comedy history. The piece of English we’re hoping to capture today is situated in the great British comedy, Carry On Sergeant. As the officer commanding, I’ll be leading the attack and you’ll follow me. Make sure you have the necessary equipment to hand. You’ll need a dictionary, a pencil, and some paper. We leave in 10 seconds. Go
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Iron is a metal. It's also a boring household chore. It's a homophone, too. In this video we'll keep an eye on iron. Notice one thing first. There is no /r/ sound in the word iron. It's iron. /ˈɑɪən/ If you learn nothing more from this video, learn this. I don't think I have ever had a student who has not wanted to pronounce the /r/ sound. There is no such thing as iron with an /r/ unless your name is Ron and you are not very good at English. As far as metals go, iron is t
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An exploration of a photograph of a beautiful dragonfly. The lesson is just three and a half minutes long, but gives you 10 vocabulary words and 10 sentences using the words in the context of the photograph. The visual component means that you will better remember the vocabulary and the way it is used. This is also a great way to practice for exams such as FCE, which ask you to describe photographs.