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Complete guide to crack IELTS: Do you thrive to learn simplest methods to crack IELTS exams? I am here to take you through this exam step by step with easy methods and lots of practices. Keep listening to this podcast to achieve your target band in the most effective and uncomplicated way . You will also learn new vocabularies in each episodes along with grammar exercises to boost your overall band.

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Complete guide to crack IELTS: Do you thrive to learn simplest methods to crack IELTS exams? I am here to take you through this exam step by step with easy methods and lots of practices. Keep listening to this podcast to achieve your target band in the most effective and uncomplicated way . You will also learn new vocabularies in each episodes along with grammar exercises to boost your overall band.

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    English BASIC CONVERSATION LESSON#6: HOW TO GREET A STRANGER.

    English BASIC CONVERSATION LESSON#6: HOW TO GREET A STRANGER.

    In this episode, we will learn some PHRASES and words to use when we are starting a conversation with a stranger or in a formal place.

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    Idiom of the day: wash your hands of something

    Idiom of the day: wash your hands of something

    In this episode , learn the meaning and usage of the idiom: WASH YOUR HANDS OF SOMETHING

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    ENGLISH BASIC CONVERSATION LESSON# 5: I HAVE WITH PAST PARTICIPLES

    ENGLISH BASIC CONVERSATION LESSON# 5: I HAVE WITH PAST PARTICIPLES

    In this episode we will see how to use past tense with I HAVE in a sentence. Do learn and use them while speaking or writing.

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    ENGLISH BASIC CONVERSATION LESSON#4: USE OF I HAVE

    ENGLISH BASIC CONVERSATION LESSON#4: USE OF I HAVE

    In this episode, we will see how to use I HAVE+NOUN in our sentences and when to use them. After listening practice as much as possible with them to show possession of something.

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    ENGLISH BASIC CONVERSATION LESSON#3: USE OF I'M WITH VERB

    ENGLISH BASIC CONVERSATION LESSON#3: USE OF I'M WITH VERB

    In this episode, we will learn how to use I am and ing form of verb in present, past and future in a sentence.

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    ENGLISH BASIC CONVERSATION LESSON 2: USE OF AT/IN/ ON WITH I'M

    ENGLISH BASIC CONVERSATION LESSON 2: USE OF AT/IN/ ON WITH I'M

    In this episode we are going to learn when and how we should use at, in, on with I am while talking.Most commonly, you would use the word 'in' when entering a physical location such as a room or a building.

    Here are some examples:

    "I'm in the office."
    "I'm in the park."
    "I'm in a car."
    "I'm in a house."
    "I'm in a school."

    Using the word 'at' helps tell someone where you currently are. The difference between 'at' and 'in' is that the physical location is general.

    Here are some examples:

    "I'm at the shoo."
    "I'm at the mall."
    "I'm at the clinic."
    "I'm at the park."
    "I'm at the airport."

    However, in some cases you can use 'at' and 'in' interchangeably.

    Here are some examples:

    "I'm at the mall."
    "I'm in the mall."
    "I'm at the park."
    "I'm in the park."
    "I'm at the grocery."
    "I'm in the grocery."

    Using the word 'on' is referring to a non physical location such as your time being utilized by something else.

    Here are some examples:

    "I'm on the phone."
    "I'm on my computer."
    "I'm on a train."

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