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230 (Two hundred and thirty) Videos
In this video we are going to look at knife vocabulary. We'll look at the nouns, blade, edge, back, point, handle, grindstone. We'll look at the adjectives, sharp, keen, blunt, dull. And we'll look at the verbs, sharpen, stab, cut, slice, chop, dice. We'll also look at some pronunciation and the IPA symbols of British English. The video is in three parts. The first part is to help develop your listening skills and has no subtitles. The second part has subtitles at the bottom of the screen. Th
306 (Three hundred and six) Lessons
You won't need a loan shark to enjoy this video about seafood idioms - it's free to watch. It'd be a fine kettle of fish if it wasn't. I've cast my net wide in searching for these videos and I know that you're going to have a whale of a time learning these new videos. There are homophones here, too.
167 (One hundred and sixty-seven) Interactivities
Eyes play a part in many English Expressions. This lesson looks at 47 of the most common. Do you know what connection eyes and the belly have? Do you know how a man with brown eyes can be called a blue-eyed boy? Have you got eyes in the back of your head? Has anyone ever given you their eye? These questions and more are answered here in this Video English Lesson
68 (Sixty-eight) Typescripts
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
102 (One hundred and two) Podcasts
This is the story of Sue the sewer and Sid the sewer man. The story is rich in homophones, homonyms and terribly taxing tongue twisters. It will help you with the verbs to sew and to sow and also the nouns, sewer and sewer, among other things. So, let’s begin…
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