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C2 Proficient 306 Three Hundred And Six 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 230 Two Hundred And Thirty Videos: A1 Elementary A1 A2 Pre-Intermediate A2 B1 Intermediate B1 B2 Upper-Intermediate B2 C1 Advanced C1 C2 Proficient C2

video 230 (Two hundred and thirty) Videos

Knife

information 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. The

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video 306 (Three hundred and six) Lessons

Good Idioms 2

information These four idioms all use the word good. We’re going to look at four idioms in this Interactivity. This will make them easier to remember. The four idioms are: in good hands | in good shape | in good spirits | in good time We’ll first establish the meanings of these idioms. Then we’ll do some exercises to make sure you know how to use them. Listen to the correct pronunciation of the idioms and examples

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video 166 (One hundred and sixty-six) Interactivities

Leo

information This is one of a series of English lessons based on the theme of astrology. They are designed to teach you vocabulary, and especially personal descriptive adjectives. If you were born between July 23rd and August 22nd, then your star sign is Leo. Leo's symbol is the lion. Leo's planet is the Sun. Leo's modality is fixed and Leo's polarity is positive.

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video 68 (Sixty-eight) Typescripts

information In this video, we’ll take a look at the open-mid back rounded vowel /ɔ:/ on our British English IPA chart.There are eleven ways of spelling the /ɔ:/ sound.

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video 102 (One hundred and two) Podcasts

information This video English lesson looks at all of the egg idioms I could think of. Eggs must play a very important part in British life because there are so many idioms that mention them. So be a good egg and get cracking on this video. If you don't learn them all, as sure as eggs is eggs, you'll have egg on your face. They might not be easy to learn, but you can't make an omelette without breaking eggs and at least you don't have to shell out on this video - it's free.

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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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video40,450 (Forty thousand, four hundred and fifty) quotations in English...quote right

quote leftThey reel to and fro, and stagger like a drunken man, and are at their wit's end.quote right

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