english vocabulary

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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English question types - general, special, alternative, tag questions

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In this class I tell you about five different question types, some of them a very specific and demand careful consideration! Especially tag questions are difficult, but if you watch the video, you'll see that everything is quite logical!
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Phrasal verb GET part 2, get away, get by, get on, get over, get through final

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Phrasal verbs with 'get' are the most confusing ones! There are so many meanings, so many variants! So let's continue studying phrasal verbs, as they are part and parcel of the English language!
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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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How to pass TOEFL - structure, advice and tips, experience, pluses and minuses, IBT & PBT

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It's about time we talked about exams like TOEFL, here we will tell you about IBT (internet based test) and PBT (paper based test)! Also discuss the exam's pluses and minuses! There will be more classes about this test!
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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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Phrasal verb carry: carry away, carry off, carry on, carry out, carry through

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WITH ENGLISH SUBS! It's time to continue studying English phrasal verbs! My today's class I devoted to CARRY! There are some phrasal verbs here, which are extremely popular therefore you need to know them in order to understand native speakers better!
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English travelling idioms: hit the road, drive up the wall, itchy feet, take for a ride

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We continue studying English idioms today! Now we will take a look at travelling idioms, there are quite interesting ones in this category: hit the road, drive up the wall, itchy feet, take for a ride.

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 food idioms - a piece of cake, break bread, cherry pick, eat alive, eat the cost

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It's high time we started studying English food idioms, since they are extremely entertaining! Today we will focus on the following ones: a piece of cake, break bread, cherry pick, eat alive and eat the cost.
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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!
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English phrasal verbs - take after, take back, take down, take in

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Engish phrasal verbs can be a real pain in the ass! Oops, sorry :) Anyway, they can be really confusing and if you want to speak English fluently, you need to master them ;) Let's not TAKE these for granted!
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English sport idioms 1 - drop the ball, finish line, jump through hoops, roll with the punches

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Sport idioms are quite popular in English and they are totally logical and fun! So let's study five of them - drop the ball, finish line, jump through hoops, play hardball, roll with the punches.
+ English subtitles
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