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Frozen Food

 flag 5 Stars by a Britlisher in Brazil

Rating added: Sunday, 24th January 2021

Vocabulary that we use when talking about frozen food. This lesson was inspired by a student of mine, Monica from Italy, who asked why, if we freeze things, don't we unfreeze them? I decided to make a microlearning lesson that would provide the answer and give students the necessary vocabulary for talking about defrosting, thawing...


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At the Restaurant

 flag 5 Stars by a Britlisher in Brazil

Rating added: Sunday, 24th January 2021

Learn how to order food in a typical restaurant in British English. In this lesson we will look at some vocabulary, do a listening exercise, a listening and reading exercise, a conversation simulation, and look at how to sound polite in a restaurant setting. The vocabulary includes alky, delicious, dump, fancy, filling, full, menu, order, pretty...


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Would or Used To

 flag 5 Stars by a Britlisher in Italy

Rating added: Tuesday, 22nd December 2020

In 2010 I would make a new YouTube video English lesson every day. I called the series Daily Dose of English. Unfortunately, the series would never be as popular or as useful as I had hoped because it was too passive. I would later create the Britlish Library and find the software I needed to make my original vision for my lessons a reality. The...


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Do or Make Revision

 flag 5 Stars by a Britlisher in Italy

Rating added: Thursday, 17th December 2020

The lesson, Do or Make, will introduce you to the uses of the verbs do or make and this lesson will give you some revision of some common collocations with these verbs. The collocations include: a bad job, a comment, a confession, a degree, a fortune, a good job, a j...


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Vowel in Tree / iː /

 flag 5 Stars by a Britlisher in the United Kingdom

Rating added: Tuesday, 15th December 2020

Master the Vowel in Tree / iː / with this English Pronunciation Activation Pack. The biggest problem for students is hearing and producing the difference between the long vowel / iː / and the short vowel / ɪ /. These two sounds are next to each other on the IPA chart and are thus very similar. The difference is one of length, and the Pronunciati...


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Nasal Consonant Sounds / m n ŋ /

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Rating added: Tuesday, 17th November 2020

Activate the nasal consonant sounds / m n ŋ /. In this Pronunciation Activation Pack we will be looking at the nasal consonant sounds / m n ŋ /. We will look at the letter combinations that give the / m n ŋ / sounds. We will look at lots of words which have the / m n ŋ / sounds in them. Finally, we will activate your ability to hear and produce ...


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Going to the Toilet

 flag 5 Stars by a Britlisher in France

Rating added: Tuesday, 3rd November 2020

The language in this lesson is very important and yet it is never covered in any English textbooks or English classrooms. It is the language of the toilet and it is language that you need to learn if you are ever to call yourself proficient. It's not surprising that students never learn this language and that teachers never teach it as almost ev...


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Affluenza

 flag 5 Stars by a Britlisher in Spain

Rating added: Sunday, 20th September 2020

I have designed this lesson to look at the vocabulary of wealth. Whether you are poor, wealthy, or stinking rich, you will learn much about the words we use to describe people who do have money. You will also learn about some common portmanteau words. If you don’t know what a portmanteau word is, you really do need to do this lesson. The v...


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Speech Segments

 flag 5 Stars by a Britlisher in Spain

Rating added: Saturday, 19th September 2020

A look at how and why speech is broken up into parts, or segments, and how this segmentation affects pronunciation. This lesson will help you to hear the breaks in speech that we get at speech segment boundaries but not within the segments themselves. This look at this important feature of pronunciation also looks at content and function words a...


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A Few - Few | A Little - Little

 flag 5 Stars by a Britlisher in Netherlands

Rating added: Thursday, 20th August 2020

The two confusable quantifiers, few and little, are not as difficult to master as you might think. This microlearning lesson gives you plenty of examples of the use of few, a few, little, and a little, and plenty of practice to help you get them right. You can also watch a video explaining ho...


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