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C2 Proficient 282 Two Hundred And Eighty-two Lessons: A1 Elementary A1 A2 Pre-Intermediate A2 B1 Intermediate B1 B2 Upper-Intermediate B2 C1 Advanced C1 C2 Proficient C2

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C2 Proficient 206 Two Hundred And Six Videos: A1 Elementary A1 A2 Pre-Intermediate A2 B1 Intermediate B1 B2 Upper-Intermediate B2 C1 Advanced C1 C2 Proficient C2

video 206 (Two hundred and six) Videos

Parts of the Day

information Good morning, good afternoon, good evening. It all depends on when you're watching this Video English Lesson. In this lesson, we'll find out all about the parts of the day in British English.

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video 282 (Two hundred and eighty-two) Lessons

35 Common Mistakes

information The same mistakes are made over and over by all students of English. This is especially true for beginning levels. This quiz is designed to help you avoid these common errors. There are 35 of the most common errors for Elementary to Upper-Intermediate students. You will be asked 5 random questions each time.

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video 155 (One hundred and fifty-five) Interactivities

Bad Idioms 4

information These four idioms all use the word bad. We’re only going to look at four idioms in this Interactivity to make them more easy to remember. The idioms are: a bad hair day | in somebody’s bad books | a bad egg | a bad penny First we’ll establish the meanings of the four idioms. Then we’ll do some exercises to make sure you know how to use them. All the time, you’ll hear the correct pronunciati

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video 52 (Fifty-two) Typescripts

information A 3D Animated English Lesson looking at some common English expressions. Make no bones about it, everyone has a skeleton inside them. Your skeleton is the framework that holds your body up. Without a skeleton, we would be like blobs of melted cheese. I wore my fingers to the bone to bring you this Video English Lesson, so I'll have a bone to pick with you if you don't enjoy it!

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video 128,804 (One hundred and twenty eight thousand, eight hundred and four) Word Hangman Game

Hangman Game

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video40,368 (Forty thousand, three hundred and sixty-eight) quotations in English...quote right

quote leftMy mother's menu consisted of two choices: Take it or leave it. quote right

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