confused words in English

Little, a little, few, a few, less, lesser - the difference between

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OK, today we will analyse a group of words, which is quite confusing for many of my students. Make sure to watch the video to the very end, as I will also explain the difference between 'less' and 'lesser', which is very hard to get!
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On time vs In time - the difference between IN TIME and ON TIME

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Many people are sure that 'on time' and 'in time' mean the same things, but they don't! So you should be very careful or this confusion might cost you your job! Make sure to watch this class ;)
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English: Affect vs Effect, common mistakes, the difference between, homonyms

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If you confuse these two little words - affect and effect, then it's time to take a closer look at them! If you understand the logic and remember a couple of basic meanings you won't have any problems!
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English prepositions - in and at, at or in the beginning, in or at the end

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Engish prepositions can be a pain in the ass, sorry for my choice of words, but this is the closest deffinition possible! :) Let's study 'IN' and 'AT' in the phrases 'in/at the end' and 'in/at the beginning'.
p.s. I am on vacation now in Germany. But I will try to post videos as often as possible!
 

English vocabulary - make or do, confusing verbs in English, do and make

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What verb to use - 'make' or 'do'? They seem to be so similar, are they the same? Nope! Let's remember once and for all how to differentiate between these two!
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First, firstly, at first - what's the difference? which to choose?

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As long as you confuse the following - 'first', 'firstly' and 'at first', it's time to take a closer look at them! The logic is quite simple and having watched this film you won't have any problems with these three!
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English vocabulary - adopt vs adapt, adoption, adaption, adaptation, adopter, adapter

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In this class we will compare the verbs 'adopt' and 'adapt' as well as the words, derived from them: 'adoption', 'adaption', 'adaptation'; 'adopter' and 'adapter'. We need to clear out this mess!
English - every Monday! Russian - every Wednesday!
 

English - a lot of, lots of, plenty of, a great deal of, a large number of

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Using phrases expressing quantities can be confusing sometimes, especially in terms of choosing th verb form - singula or plural, that's why this class is devoted to this type of expressions. Let's get to it!
English - every Monday! Russian - every Wednesday!
 

English: other, the other, others, another

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This class is devoted to differentiating 'other' and 'another' as well as to common mistakes made by people who confuse these two little words. So it's high time we spelled it out!
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English: Bad vs Badly, adjectives and adverbs, good and well

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Differentiating 'bad' and 'badly' can make your life a living hell, if you are not sure about the basic difference between adjectives and adverbs and some additional peculiarities. So to avoid confusion let's study this issue ;)
English - every Monday! Russian - every Wednesday!
 

№86 English vocabulary: rise, raise, arise, erase 2 - what's the difference, how to choose

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This is part two of the video, devoted to the difference between 'rise' and 'raise', however in this video we will also take a look at another pair - 'arise' and 'erase'. All these four are very confusing! So let's make everything clear!
English - every Monday! Russian - every Wednesday!
 

№83 English and Russian vocabulary: Halloween - afraid, scared, terrified, horrified, frightened...

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Welcome to Halloween English! In this class I will teach you some scary English and Russian phrases :) and also teach you the difference between the words: afraid, scared, horrified, terrified, frightened!
 

№82 English vocabulary: rise, raise, arise, erase - what's the difference, how to choose

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All these four verbs (rise, raise, arise, erase) sound more or less similar and two of them - rise and raise - have a very similar meaning! So we need to clear things out - in this class we will focus on the difference between rise and raise and in part two we'll talk about the rest.
English - every Monday! Russian - every Wednesday!
 

№76 English vocabulary - think different or differently? positive or positively? think green, big...

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Think positive or positively? different or differently? Is the Apple's slogan grammatically incorrect? Let's find out!
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№74 English Vocabulary - the former, the latter

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The former, the latter - what do these mean? Let's find out and use them properly in our correspondence and speech!
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