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There are certain words in English that are confusing because we spell them the same, they sound the same, but they don't mean the same things. These words are called homonyms. Saw is a homonym, as is rose, and countless others. This video lesson introduces some of these homonyms and helps with your understanding and pronunciation. You will never again be confused by the verb to tire or the noun,
161 (One hundred and sixty-one) Interactivities
The third conditional is used to speak about unreal situations. Unlike the first and second conditionals that talk about the future, the third conditional talks about the past. The third conditional talks about things in the past that did not happen. Because the condition did not happen it is impossible that the result happened. This lesson will help you understand and
70 (Seventy) Typescripts
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…
124 (One hundred and twenty-four) Podcasts
All the idioms in English that are associated with meat. If you don't know your red meat from your white meat, your mutton from your lamb, then this is the video for you. You will learn Idioms like bringing home the bacon, ham-fisted, mutton dressed as lamb, no spring chicken, and chicken feed. Don't be sheepish. Watch this video now and you won't have to run around like a headless chicken trying to remember meat idioms. You'll take to them like a duck to water and when your