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607 – Made Of, Made From, Made With, Made By, & Made In
The desk is made of wood. The ice cream is made from milk and sugar, the ketchup is made with tomatoes. Made of? Made from? Made with? What about made in or made by? Prepositions can be tricky for a lot of English learners. In this lesson you’re going to learn all of the prepositions that we use with made. ... Read More
606 – Idioms About Learning
Did you know that you can ace any exam or even bomb an exam? If you don’t want to bomb it, you should hit the books or at least, brush up on the subject. Or better yet, you should learn it by heart. Today, I’ve got five idioms that have to do with learning something. Learning idioms can make your ... Read More
605 – 5 SNOW IDIOMS
Did you know that can get snowed, get a snow job, get snowed under, get snowed in, and…be a snowbird? These are five idioms that use the word snow. Knowing idioms can help to make your English conversation sound more colorful. Let’s study together. Here are the example sentences from this episode. To get the details of this English lesson, ... Read More
604 Using FINE
Did you know that we can say the weather is fine, person is fine, a dish is fine, and even a crack in that dish could be fine. The word fine, f-i-n-e, is one of those interesting words in English that has several different meanings and uses. Fine is a pretty common word so learning how fine is used will ... Read More
603 – Using HOOK UP
Did you know that you can hook up something, hook up a person with something, and even hook up a person with another person? Hook up is one of those phrasal verbs in English that has a number of uses and grammar patterns. Knowing these patterns will help you communicate with confidence in English. Here are the example sentences from ... Read More
602 – Using Could Have & Couldn’t Have – Past Modals In English
Today, we’re going to look at could have and couldn’t have. Your English teacher probably calls these past modals. In general, we use could have and couldn’t have to talk about what was or what was not possible in the past. Knowing this grammar is important for you to be able to communicate effectively in English. Here are the example ... Read More
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