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Wear the Fox Hat

 flag 4 Stars by a Britlisher in Netherlands

Rating added: Friday, 7th August 2020

A lack of understanding of the English that sounds rude can get you into difficulties, as Tatiana and her new husband discovered when she misheard his advice and went off for a day trip to Worcester in the wrong attire. This lesson will help you get to grips with the F word and help you to avoid similar misunderstandings. English h...


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Flowers of the Grass

 flag 4 Stars by a Britlisher in Nigeria

Rating added: Saturday, 4th July 2020

A short lesson using a video I made of a beautiful haiku poem some years ago. The lesson will help you to learn, remember, and use some vocabulary and expressions in English. I hope you enjoy both the poem and the lesson, as well as the video, as much as I enjoyed making them for you....


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Linking Sounds - An Introduction

 flag 4 Stars by a Britlisher in the United Kingdom

Rating added: Wednesday, 13th May 2020

Whether you are English, Chinese, Polynesian, Russian, or any other nationality, you share the same anatomy as me. This anatomy, in terms of our vocal tract, limits the sounds that we can easily say in a sentence. Of the two types of sounds in English, consonants and vowels, we cannot easily say two vowel sounds one after the other. Linking soun...


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S or Z

 flag 4 Stars by a Britlisher in Maldives

Rating added: Saturday, 2nd May 2020

When do we use the /s/ sound and when do we use the /z/ sound, and what’s the difference? Let’s find out… The two sounds /s/ and /z/ are very close and cause endless confusion for students. There are some rules and the rules are normally to do with the voiced and unvoiced sounds. A voiced sound is that made when we use our voc...


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Fixed Pairs - Binomials

 flag 3 Stars by a Britlisher in France

Rating added: Thursday, 9th April 2020

Fixed pairs, or fixed binomials, are pairs of words separated by a conjunction, which are always used in the same order. They sound unnatural if they are used in the wrong order. If you learn how to use these fixed pairs, your English will be more natural and fluent and, as with phrasal verbs or idioms, you will have learnt an important aspect o...


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Linking Sounds - An Introduction

 flag 2 Stars by a Britlisher in France

Rating added: Saturday, 7th March 2020

Whether you are English, Chinese, Polynesian, Russian, or any other nationality, you share the same anatomy as me. This anatomy, in terms of our vocal tract, limits the sounds that we can easily say in a sentence. Of the two types of sounds in English, consonants and vowels, we cannot easily say two vowel sounds one after the other. Linking soun...


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Britlish Vocabulary Memoriser

 flag 1 Star by a Britlisher in Egypt

Rating added: Saturday, 24th July 2021

Are you frustrated at not being able to remember new vocabulary? You are not alone! One of the biggest problems faced by anyone learning a new language is the memorisation of new vocabulary. One of the questions that I am most often asked by students is, Do you have any advice on how to remember new vocabulary? This got me thinking...


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