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✔ How to say here in British English. The church is near here, and down by the weir, at this time of year, you find deer, I hear. / ðə tʃɜːtʃ ɪz nɪə hɪə / ənd daʊn baɪ ðə wɪə / ət ðɪs ˈtaɪm əv jɪə / ju faɪnd dɪə / aɪ hɪə / You can see that here and hear are homophones. That is, they sound the same.
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This video has the first 12 of the phrasal verb videos together for those students who are impatient to learn and would like a longer video English lesson. The 12 phrasal verbs included are: account for, blow up, come up with, do without, embark on, fob off on, grow on, head off, insist on, jot down, knock over, take off
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Do you know what a lunatic is? Do you know what lunacy is? What is the difference between a waxing gibbous moon and a waning gibbous moon? Why are some tides so much higher than others? Does the Moon really influence the brain or even a woman's menstrual cycle? These questions and more are answered in this English language lesson about our nearest celestial neighbour, the Moon. There is a short related video less
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This Video English Lesson looks at red things, things that are red, and helps you to build your vocabulary and improve your pronunciation. In this Lesson we are going to look at 30 things that are red. Can you name them all? As each image is shown, try to name the thing or things you see. I'll say the word and you see if you are right. If you're using this in a classroom, you might want to pause the video as each picture appears. Your students can then try to n