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When to Use the Present Perfect Tense | With example sentences
 
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To describe an experience The present perfect tense connects the past with the present. When using this verb tense, we can be talking about an action or event that occurred in the past but will be referring to how it relates to the present. We use the present perfect when describing certain life experiences. Imagine that you and your friends are at university and you’ve just come back to campus from the summer vacation; you are all very excited to tell your friends about your amazing internships or the beautiful places you went or the wonderful times you had with your family. One member of the bunch says, This summer I hiked Mt. Everest. Not to be outdone, you might say, I have climbed Mt. Everest and several other high peaks. Again, we use the present perfect to describe actions and events which occurred in the past, which are also of particular importance in the present moment. Examples: I have boated on three of the world’s longest rivers. We have never sailed the Atlantic Ocean. Lance Armstrong has won the Tour de France multiple times. Jessie has been to Disneyworld seven times. 2 To describe changes over a period of time We can also use the present perfect to describe events which occurred gradually and over time in the past, especially when these had a lasting influence on the present. As a further example, imagine that you’re low on petrol (gas in American English) and you stop to refuel. You notice that the gallon/litre has become very expensive recently and exclaim, Gas prices have really risen lately! Or, to provide another example, imagine you have an aunt you haven’t seen in some years. When you do see her again after about 10 years and she has become rather fat, you may say, Wow, Auntie, you have gained weight! Keep in mind, however, these are just grammar concept explanations and not a guide for how to maneuver family reunions. Examples: Jeffrey’s Spanish has improved since we spoke last. Erica’s heart has recovered from the illness. Timmy’s grades have worsened since last year. Our house’s value has gone up recently. 3 To describe accomplishments Accomplishments, especially big ones, usually have a lasting influence on the present; we use the present perfect to describe and relate these accomplishments and milestones. Examples: The United States has sent humans to the moon. The national GDP has grown by 3.2 percent! Ireland has won freedom! Grandma has perfected her cornbread recipe. A continuing action that started in the past Actions or events that are still occurring, but which began in the past, also require the use of the present perfect. While this type of situation often involves describing an accomplishment as well, it doesn’t have to, nor does it even have to be positive in nature. Imagine you were stuck on an island all alone without any personal items for a very long time, and one day, exasperated, you said to yourself, I have lived on this deserted island for six years. This would hardly be a positive situation; unless, of course, you enjoy solitude, in which case you probably go back to your cave and play with the pet parrot you’ve adopted. Examples: Jessie has played guitar for ten years. Emma has been a carpenter for a long time. Jim and Hank have worked at the newspaper for almost their entire lives. I have stayed awake for 13 hours.
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Demonstrative Pronouns: this, that, these, those
 
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In English we have two demonstrative pronouns, which both have plural versions. We use one to refer to objects which are in close proximity and the other to refer to objects which are at a certain distance. We use demonstrative pronouns to clarify which object, out of a group of similar objects, the speaker is referring to. For example, imagine Timmy is at the zoo with his family. At the orangutan exhibit, he attempts to point out which of the primates he finds to be the coolest. In this moment, he needs to use a demonstrative pronoun. The two English language demonstrative pronouns are: This (singular) and These (plural) ⇒ for objects in close proximity, That (singular) and Those (plural) ⇒ for objects which are at a distance To continue the example with Timmy and the orangutans, let’s imagine Timmy wants to point out the orangutan which is right next to the glass where all the zoo visitors are standing. Timmy can say, This orangutan is the coolest out of all of them. Now, let’s imagine that Timmy’s favorite orangutan is very antisocial and is sitting towards the very back of the exhibit, as far away from the glass as possible. Timmy might say, Look Mom! That orangutan all the way in the back is definitely the coolest out of all the orangutans. Let’s imagine that Timmy’s friend, Bobby, is at the same zoo at the aviary exhibit. He wants to point out to his family which is his favorite group of birds. Near Bobby and his family is a group of cockatiels; farther away is a group of flamencos. Let’s imagine that Bobby’s parents have asked him to point out which type of bird is smaller than the other. Bobby should say, These birds are smaller than those birds. These would refer to the cockatiels, since they are closer, while those would refer to the flamencos, since they are farther away and Bobby will have answered his parents’ question correctly.
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How to pronounce the Alphabet in British & American English
 
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Learn how to pronounce the Alphabet in British & American English. This clear pronunciation guide will help you learn how to correctly say the letters in English. When learning English, learning how to correctly pronounce the alphabet is one of the first things you should do. Use this video lesson and pronunciation guide to practise each letter. Play and pause the video as much as you need until you are confident saying each letter clearly.
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Prepositions of time in English
 
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When talking about time, specifying dates, days, or longer periods of time, we need a part of speech called the preposition. Prepositions are connecting words which introduce one thing’s relationship with another. In this case, we will be talking mostly about the speaker’s relationship with a certain period of, or point in, time. We use three prepositions to talk about time. They are in, at, and on. We use each one to talk about different demarcations of time. Memorizing the rules of how to use each one will make conversation much easier: In We use in to talk about: Months In four months, I will be on tour in Iraq. Years I haven’t been home in about 3 years. Centuries The Normans invaded Ireland in the 12th century. Seasons In the winter, we will head south to Florida to stay warm. At We use at to talk about: Precise time At 3 o’clock we will go to the school to get ready for the show. On We use on to talk about: Days On Thursday, we will go to the gym to lift weights. Dates On the 20th of January we will celebrate the birthday of activist Martin Luther King, Jr. While these rules may seem strange and even arbitrary, they have developed over hundreds of years of the evolution of colloquial speech. When it comes to more confusing concepts (such as prepositions), the only way to become familiar with their disparate uses and their usage in conversation is to memorize the rules and attempt to use them in conversation as often as possible. Listening to native speakers often is always a good thing as well, whether or the radio, internet or television, when actual conversation is not feasible or difficult to find.
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How to use "used to" in English
 
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In the English language, we use the phrase used to to describe something that we did in the past but that we do not do anymore. We can use this phrase to talk about past hobbies, jobs or even just habits that we have since left behind or replaced with new ones. For example, a former police officer might say, "I used to be a police officer before I retired." Someone who took regular nightly walks might say, "I used to walk down by the river as the sun was setting." We can also use it to talk about realities that used to be relevant but have since ceased to be realities. For example, imagine someone is returning home to their old neighborhood, which has changed a lot since they have been there. They might say, "There used to be a building there" or "That’s where the old bridge used to be." Forming used to phrases: Used to phrases are formed, in the affirmative, as follows: Subject + used to + verb My mom + used to + dance competitively. My mom used to dance competitively. In this situation, the speaker is conveying that, in the past, their mom was a competitive dancer for a time, but has since stopped dancing competitively. Examples: • My dad used to work for the State in the 1980′s. • We used to all play basketball in the park together after school. • My grandparents used to go on a date to the movies every Friday night when they were young. • I used to read more books for leisure back when I was in high school. Used to phrases are formed, in the negative, as follows: Subject + didn’t + use to + verb We + didn’t + use to + get up so early. We didn’t use to get up so early. In this situation, the speaker is conveying that, in the past, they (the speaker plus whoever they include within the group implied by the plural subject pronoun we) did not rise at such an early time in the morning and would in fact sleep later into the day than they do now. Examples: • She didn’t use to ride as much as she does now. • We didn’t use to go to the park as often as we do now. • They didn’t use to enjoy one another’s company like they do now. • I didn’t use to be as productive as I am these days. • This town didn’t use to have as many stoplights as it does now. Used to phrases are formed, in the interrogative, as follows: Did + subject + use to + verb Did + he + use to + have long hair? Did he used to have long hair before he went bald? Examples: • Did there use to be a cinema where they supermarket now is? • Did John use to go clubbing much before he got married? • Did we use to have a blue car or a red one? • Did you use to play any sports? • Did Sarah and Chelsea use to live together? Note: In negative and interrogative sentences, the -d is removed from used to to make just use to. The reason for this is simply because it makes pronouncing the words easier.
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The difference between American & British Vocabulary 2
 
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This is the second part of the Differences between British & American English Vocabulary series. This short vocabulary lesson will teach you 10 differences between American English and British English. Each word is clearly pronounced in a native accent. Although British English and American English are similar in many ways, there are also many differences in vocabulary. It is important to understand these differences to be able to understand British and American films and their contexts. To understand English as a language, understanding both British and American English is imperative. TESOL/TEFL Teachers: Please feel free to use this video, and any others on the Watch & Learn Languages channel to help your students learn new English vocabulary. These videos provide easy-to-digest vocabulary lessons, which will greatly help your students' acquisition of new English words.
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The difference between American & British Vocabulary
 
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This short vocabulary lesson will teach you 10 differences between American English and British English. Each word is clearly pronounced in a native accent. Although British English and American English are similar in many ways, there are also many differences in vocabulary. It is important to understand these differences to be able to understand British and American films and their contexts. To understand English as a language, understanding both British and American English is imperative. TESOL/TEFL Teachers: Please feel free to use this video, and any others on the Watch & Learn Languages channel to help your students learn new English vocabulary. These videos provide easy-to-digest vocabulary lessons, which will greatly help your students' acquisition of new English words.
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Forming the Present Simple tense in English
 
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Forming the Present Simple (affirmative) The present simple tense is formed, in the affirmative, as follows Subject + verb + object. I + love + horseback riding. I love horseback riding. Conjugating the Present Simple (affirmative): I love horseback riding You love horseback riding He/She loves horseback riding We love horseback riding They love horseback riding Even though the differences between first-person (I) and third-person (he/she) in the present simple are not big, they are very important. The -s at the end of the third-person conjugation is extremely important. Similarly, it would be incorrect to say I plays football for a club. Forming the Present Simple (negative) The present simple tense is formed, in the negative, as follows Subject + do + not + verb + object. Amy + does + not + enjoy + musicals. Amy does not enjoy musicals. Conjugating the Present Simple (negative): I do not enjoy musicals You do not enjoy musicals He/She does not enjoy musicals We do not enjoy musicals They do not enjoy musicals The negative form of this tense is formed by pairing the main verb (enjoy in the case of the above example) with the auxiliary verb do in its negative form. As is made clear in the video, we can combine the two components of the negative form of this verb in a contraction, making the entire sentence flow more easily and allowing for more fluid conversation in spoken English (this way it will be easier for Amy to convey her disgust for musicals with greater facility of expression). The changes made in the contraction are as follows: do not ⇒ don’t does not ⇒ doesn’t Therefore, our conjugation for the present simple (negative) should become I don’t enjoy musicals You don’t enjoy musicals He/She doesn’t enjoy musicals We don’t enjoy musicals They don’t enjoy musicals Forming the Present Simple (interrogative) The present simple tense is formed, in the interrogative, as follows Do + subject + verb + object Do + you + play + the banjo Do you play the banjo? Conjugating the Present Simple (interrogative): Do I play the banjo ? Do you play the banjo ? Does he/she play the banjo ? Do we play the banjo ? Do they play the banjo ? It is important here to note the difference in punctuation. The question mark (?) is equally as important as the grammatical structure in marking the phrase as interrogative in written English.
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How and when to use the Present Simple Tense in English
 
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To describe present truths The present simple is used to describe something which is currently true (something that is true at the present time). The present simple is used with almost 100% certainty in virtually any conversation where one is describing another person, place or thing. This becomes especially evident when one is describing a friend to another person who has not met them. Or, for example, in describing a country someone is about to visit. Someone describing (Ireland to a friend who has never been there would most definitely employ the present simple Ireland is a beautiful country, The fields are incredibly green, The Irish play lots of music, etc.). Examples I study physics at the University of Kentucky. My sister works in Edinburgh. My friend is a teacher. Anthony plays football for a club. Of course, one must be careful to use the correct verb conjugations. We will touch more on this when we discuss the present simple’s structure and formation. 2 Repeated actions and habits The present simple is also used to describe actions which occur with a regular frequency in a general way. Using the present simple in this case implies that the action is habitual; therefore, these types of verbal phrases involving the present simple are often accompanied by the phrase every + (week, day, month, hour, Thursday, etc.). This is not to say that such a phrase is always necessary. Examples Mike eats Mexican food every Thursday. I drive to work every day. We harvest pumpkins every autumn. Julie drinks coffee in the afternoon. As stated above, the every… phrase is not always necessary. Some phrases which denote a certain moment or span of time do not require a marker such as every. In Example 4, it is stated that Julie drinks coffee in the afternoon. In this sentence the every is implied, as drinking coffee is typically a habitual action (given the nature of the substance). Depending on the situation, though it is less common, the every can be implied. Nevertheless, it is acceptable to use directly in most cases. 3 Something that is always true When something is indisputably, always true, one may use the present simple to describe its occurrence. In this case, the present simple is a way to simply state a reality that never changes and is total in nature. Examples Guitars require regular tuning. Grizzly bears are extremely dangerous. Exercise is tiresome. Traveling to Europe is expensive. In this type of grammatical situation, the verb to be is commonly used, since it implies an essential nature, an essential way of being, that never changes. Other verbs that are often used, such as require, imply a constancy of action through necessity. Guitars need to be tuned to function properly; therefore, they require regular tuning. 4 A fixed future event When describing a set future event, one can use the present simple to convey the certainty and rigidity with which that event is anticipated. Essentially, one must believe that that event will surely happen, and then use the present simple to describe that projected future event as a truth. Examples The movie begins at 19:00. I start work in August. We move to Sydney next year. The new album debuts this week. In short, the present simple is the easiest, fastest way to describe something that is foreseen with certainty without having to use more complicated future tenses, which we will touch on later. For the lazy or pressed for time, the present simple is the way to go!
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Present continuous uses and examples
 
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Let's look at the different ways we can use the present continuous tense in English. 1) To describe something that is happening right now. We use the present continuous in order to describe an event that is happening at that specific moment, right before our very eyes. It is the most immediate of tenses, as it deals in the here and the now. Although different time frames can be implied in the present continuous, this first use is the most commonly used and, arguably, the most important of the three. In conversation, this tense is often used with heightened expression or excitement. Examples: • He is stealing the car! • They are winning the game! • The tires are losing air! • Jimmy is walking to school. Notice the punctuation in the first three of the above examples; the exclamation point strengthens the tone of immediacy which is contained in the present continuous. 2) Something we think to be temporary. When we know or believe that a certain reality will last for a pre-determined or finite period of time, that is, something we know will not be true for forever, we use the present continuous. This way we can describe different stages in our lives, what we are working on at the current moment and how things will be in the foreseeable future. Examples: • Jane is working in Mexico this summer. • I am living in Wisconsin for the winter. • Willie Nelson is touring for a while. • Jane and Alex are hiking in the Appalachian Mountains for two months. In each case there is a defined, expressed time frame with which the speaker is working. The only undefined time frame in the examples used above is in Example 3. The phrase for a while is by no means defining a concrete period of time, but the listener should understand that, whatever the time frame is, it will be temporary. No one is perpetually, always on tour (much less an old man like Willie Nelson). 3) Something that happens again and again. When an event takes on a habitual nature (that is, if it happens continually, over and over again) we can use the present continuous to express that continuousness. Essentially, the speaker does not know when, or if, the event will ever cease to occur. We usually include a word which introduces the habitual action, which most often happens to be always. Examples: • Jennifer is always fighting with her brother. • He is always waiting for the train. • We are always losing matches. • I am always arriving late to class. As is illustrated by the above examples, the marker always is extremely important to this particular use. Without it, it would lose its meaning and purpose.
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The imperative mood in English
 
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The imperative is used for direct commands and instructions. Whenever we want to tell someone to do something, or sometimes just how to go about doing it, we use the imperative. Forming the Imperative: The imperative is formed, in the affirmative, by simply using the verb in its base form, with no conjugation whatsoever. For example: Work ⇒ Work on your homework! Travel ⇒ Travel safely on the interstate! Read ⇒ Read your book, Timmy! More examples: • To get to my house, take the highway and turn left on Michigan Road. • Tell Mom I will be home for supper. • Study for your exam so you can get a good grade! • Fix your attitude young man! • Tell Ms. Foster that I am sick today and cannot make class. • As you can see, not all imperative phrases are urgent, harsh affairs, especially when giving directions (as in the first example in the list). • Whenever there is a certain urgency involved, however, an exclamation point (!) is used to make this clear. The imperative is formed, in the negative, as follows: Do + not + verb Do + not + shoot the ball! Don’t shoot the ball! Examples: • Do not come with me to school! • Don’t ask me out ever again! • Don’t use the needle-nose pliers, your can do that with your hands. • Don’t take highway 33 at night, you’ll get lost if you’re not familiar with the area.
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Subject and object pronouns in English
 
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Pronouns are words which replace proper (specific, singular) nouns. They make longer, continual conversation or narration smoother by allowing the speaker to not have to repeat the names of people, places and things. For example, in referring to a group of friends, one would use "they" instead of listing all their names (Randy, Laura, Matt and Emily) over and over again. Pronouns are also common in shorter, everyday conversation as well. We can also divide them into two groups: subject and object pronouns. They get their names from the parts of speech that they replace. Hence, subject pronouns replace subjects (the thing that does the verb) while pronouns replace objects (the thing that the verb is done to). These include: Subject pronouns: I You He/She/It We They Object pronouns: Me You Him/Her/It Us Them Examples: With proper noun: I am talking about the game with Alice. With object pronoun: I am talking about the game with her. With proper noun: Can John, Heather and I go over to the general store? With subject pronoun: Can we go over to the general store? With proper noun: Can we go to see the movie later? With object pronoun: Can we go to see it later? With proper noun: Has Mr. Presley seen the new business model? With subject pronoun: Has he seen the new business model?
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House Vocabulary | English words in the kitchen
 
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See more about kitchen vocabulary here: http://istudyenglishonline.com/basic-beginner-vocabulary/kitchen/ This house vocabulary video will teach you 10 new English words for the things we find in the kitchen. Learning English vocabulary is important to improve your listening comprehension, speaking skills and language skills in general. All of the English vocabulary in this video lesson is clearly pronounced in a native British accent and a native American accent.
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Construction site vocabulary
 
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Learn construction site English vocabulary with this short video. Learn with pictures and practise your pronunciation with native audio (in British and American English).
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English Clothes Vocabulary | British & American English
 
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Learn some common clothing items in English. This short vocabulary lesson will teach you 10 new English words, all to do with clothes. Each word is clearly pronounced in a native British and a native American accent. American and British English have very different sounds and sometimes use different vocabulary. This video lesson will help you understand some of these differences. TESOL/TEFL Teachers: Please feel free to use this video, and any others on the Watch & Learn Languages channel to help your students learn new English vocabulary. These videos provide easy-to-digest vocabulary lessons, which will greatly help your students' acquisition of new English words.
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Past Simple Tense | Structuring Sentences
 
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Learn how to structure sentences in the past simple tense in English.
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The Present Perfect Tense in English | Structuring Sentences
 
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The present perfect is formed, in the affirmative, as follows Subject + have + past participle + object. I + have + climbed + the mountain! Example: have climbed the mountain! The past participle is, often, the same as the past simple form of the verb (although not always so be sure to learn them!), except it has a different function here. The auxiliary verb is the one linked to the subject; the past participle simply denotes the action while the I have…, You have…, etc. denotes who had the experience. Conjugating the Present Perfect (affirmative) I have climbed the mountain You have climbed the mountain He/She has climbed the mountain We have climbed the mountain They have climbed the mountain As is quite common in English, all these conjugations are the same except for one: the third person. One must be careful to remember this exception. Apart from this, the present perfect is quite simple; now you can go forth fully equipped to brag about your experiences in any conversation! Forming the Present Perfect (negative) The present perfect (negative) is formed as follows: Subject + have + not + past participle + object. We + have + not + eaten + Thai food. We have not eaten Thai food. Conjugating the Present Perfect (affirmative) I have not eaten Thai food You have not eaten Thai food He/She has not eaten Thai food We have not eaten Thai food They have not eaten Thai food It is important to keep in mind the order of the various parts of these phrases. Remember always that the negation (not) goes between the auxiliary verb and the past participle. We can also employ a contraction here which will make conversation easier. In this case there are two contractions to be learned have not ⇒ haven’t has not ⇒ hasn’t With our newly learned contractions, the conjugations become I haven’t eaten Thai food You haven’t eaten Thai food He/She hasn’t eaten Thai food We haven’t eaten Thai food They haven’t eaten Thai food Forming the Present Perfect (interrogative) The present perfect (interrogative) is formed as follows Have + subject + past participle + object? Have + you + visited + South Carolina? Have you visited South Carolina? Conjugating the Present Perfect Have I visited South Carolina ? Have you visited South Carolina ? Has he/she visited South Carolina ? Have we visited South Carolina ? Have they visited South Carolina ? Again, we can add negation in order to affect emphasis. For example Robert: Do you know much about Elvis Presley? John: Haven’t I visited Memphis? John answers Robert’s question with another question, which he believes should suffice as an answer. In this case, John means that he indeed knows much about Elvis Presley and has even visited his home in Memphis. With the negation (and contraction), our interrogative conjugations become: Haven’t I visited Memphis? Haven’t you visited Memphis? Hasn’t he/she visited Memphis? Haven’t we visited Memphis? Haven’t they visited Memphis?
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How to tell the time in English
 
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Note: A 12-hour time-telling system was used for numerical purposes in this section. In a 12-hour system, used in the United States and the UK, among other places, we distinguish between AM and PM times. We use AM for the first twelve hours of the day, then begin the 12-hour count again using PM for the second half of the day. Therefore, 1:00 PM in the 12-hour system corresponds to 13:00hr in the 24-hour system, 4:00 PM to 16:00hr, etc. Just like in any language, the task of telling time in English has its peculiarities and irregularities. Hopefully we can clear up any confusion about those irregularities in this section. As the video states, we use the word o’clock, which is really a contraction of the phrase of the clock, to describe any time which is a full hour. 4:00 – It is four o’clock. 7:00 – It is seven o’clock. For times that fall between x:00 and x:30, we use the word past. 4:14 – It is fourteen past four. 9:19 – It is nineteen past nine. 5:15 – It is a quarter past five. 1:30 – It is half past one. For times that fall between x:30 and the next full hour, we use the word to. 9:40 – It is twenty to ten. 8:45 – It is a quarter to nine. 11:57 – It is three to midnight*. 4:35 – It is twenty-five to five. *12:00 AM is called midnight since it is, conceivably, the middle of the night. At least it was back when people went to sleep when the sun went down. Common Time Expressions: Oftentimes, we use phrases to accompany our references to the time of day. Keep in mind that the times associated with each phrase are approximate and not concrete guidelines. In the morning – used until about midday (12:00 PM). Ex. I wake my husband up at six o’clock in the morning so he won’t be late for work. In the afternoon – used from about midday to 4:00 PM Ex. We usually leave work at about three (3:00 PM) in the afternoon. In the evening – used from about 5:00 PM to about 9:00 PM Ex. We always eat dinner at about half past seven in the evening. At night – used from about 9:00 PM – 12:00 AM Ex. Our concerts begin at about ten o’clock at night.
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Prepositions of place in English
 
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We use prepositions of place to describe one object’s spatial relationship to another object. Just like with time, we can use the three basic prepositions In, At and On. These three prepositions have different rules of usage, which must be memorized in order to be able to use them fluently. In We use in to describe spatial relationships with enclosed spaces: "The hogs are in their pen now." At We use at to talk about spatial relationships with specific locations "The cop is standing at the corner of Fifth and Broadway." On We use on to talk about spatial relationships with surfaces "Johnny Cash is sitting on the stage." Again, when a language learner begins to learn more difficult concepts (such as prepositions), the only way to master their disparate uses and their colloquial usage in everyday conversation, is to try to commit the rules to memory and attempt to use them in conversation as often as possible. Again, the learner should always be trying to listen to native speakers as often as possible, whether on the radio, internet or television, especially when actual conversation is not feasible or difficult to find.
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[Example sentences] How to use the Past Simple Tense in English
 
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Learn how and when to use the past simple tense in English. Includes example sentences.
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Difference between the verbs "to do" and "to make"
 
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In English, the verbs to do and to make have differing, specific uses. Since it can sometimes be difficult to discern which to use, special rules must be memorized. To do: We use the verb to do to describe work, tasks and jobs. For example, a few phrases commonly heard around the house include, I’ll do the dishes this evening, Will you do the laundry? and I’ll do the cooking this week. We also use to do to replace more specific verbs. For example, instead of saying, Will you wash the car while I wash the van? one could say, Will you do the car while I do the van? It is understood from context what do would mean in such a situation. Lastly, we use to do as an auxiliary verb in questions and in compound verb structures. For example, one tennis enthusiast may ask another tennis enthusiast, Do you enjoy following professional tennis? At the doctor’s office, a parent may complain to the doctor about their son, He doesn’t eat enough vegetables. More examples: • Do you know Jimmy the carpenter? • We’ll do the tiling in the back bathroom. • Doing the right thing is hard, sometimes. • Do the tires while I do the windows, please. • Do these sandals make my feet look big? To make: We use the verb to make to describe actions which involve creation or construction. For example, if you put together a scrapbook of the family as a gift for your mom on Mother’s Day, you might say, Look Mom, I made a family scrapbook for your gift! We also use the verb to make whenever a reaction is produced in someone as the result of an initial action. For example, if you are the more sensitive type, you might say, Romantic comedies always make me cry by the end. Depending on your politics, you might very well find yourself saying quite often, The way this country is run makes me angry. Lastly, we use to make when plans and decisions are involved. To make a plan or decision is to finalize it, to commit oneself to it. For example, two fiancés may say, We have made plans to honeymoon in Spain. A couple recently forced into a difficult financial situation might say, We are making the decision right now to sell the car. More examples: • I’m going to make them a whole new set of cabinets for their anniversary. • It always makes me uncomfortable to hear him talk about his family issues at work. • We’ve decided to continue making music together. • Let’s make dad a sculpture for his birthday! • We need to make a decision now, as there’s not much time left in the game!
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Womens clothing vocabulary
 
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Learn womens clothing English vocabulary with this short video. Learn with pictures and practise your pronunciation with native audio (in British and American English).
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Pronouncing the alphabet in British & American English
 
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Learn how to correctly pronounce the English alphabet with this easy-to-follow video lesson. In this class you will learn the pronunciation for the alphabet in British and American English.
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Countable & Uncountable Nouns in English
 
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Nouns in the English language can be divided up into two types: countable (sometimes called just count) and uncountable (sometimes just called uncount nouns.) Countable Nouns Countable nouns are nouns that can be singular or plural and, as the name suggests, can be counted. When used in their singular form, we place articles, possessive adjectives, demonstrative adjectives, etc., before the noun. Essentially, it cannot stand alone. My dogs, The cars, Those birds, etc. On the other hand, countable nouns in the plural form do not always require an article or pronoun. We love children, Guitars are expensive, etc. We use the word 'some' to refer to plural countable nouns in positive sentences and the word 'any' in negative sentences and questions. We have some copies in the back. Do you have any pencils? Let’s look at these different rules using the topic cars: I miss my car. (Use of a demonstrative adjective) I like cars. (No article or pronoun) We have some vintage cars from the 1950’s. (Use of the word some) I am not selling any cars. (Use of the word any) And now with horses: That horse is beautiful. Horses are sometimes wild creatures. Some horses are sold for meat on the black market. Don’t you own any horses? Uncountable nouns Uncountable nouns are nouns that, predictably, cannot be counted. Singular verb forms are usually used with uncountable nouns. The coffee is cold. The indefinite articles a and an cannot be used with uncountable nouns. INCORRECT: I have gained a weight. CORRECT: I have gained weight. As with countable nouns, we use the word some to refer to uncountable nouns in positive sentences and the word any in negative sentences and questions. I have some pasta here for everyone to share. Is there any mud in the driveway? Let’s look at these different rules using the topic sand: There is some sand on the floor. I don’t have any sand in my pockets. And now with bread: There is some bread left over from supper. Is there any bread in the pantry?
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City vocabulary | Learn English
 
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Learn new vocabulary for things in the city. Every word has British and American pronunciations.
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Zoo animals English vocabulary
 
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Learn zoo animals English vocabulary with this short video. Learn with pictures and practise your pronunciation with native audio (in British and American English).
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Weather adjectives vocabulary
 
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Learn weather adjectives English vocabulary with this short video. Learn with pictures and practise your pronunciation with native audio (in British and American English).
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Transport vocabulary
 
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Learn transport English vocabulary with this short video. Learn with pictures and practise your pronunciation with native audio (in British and American English).
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Tools vocabulary
 
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Learn tools English vocabulary with this short video. Learn with pictures and practise your pronunciation with native audio (in British and American English).
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Garden objects vocabulary | Learn English
 
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Learn these garden objects words in this vocabulary video. You will learn the British and American English pronunciations of all vocabulary.
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Clothing vocabulary
 
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Learn clothing English vocabulary with this short video. Learn with pictures and practise your pronunciation with native audio (in British and American English).
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Household items vocabulary | Learn English
 
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Learn new English vocabulary with this household items vocabulary video. Listen to both British and American English pronunciations. Practise today!
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Learn English Vocabulary: The bedroom
 
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Learn English vocabulary. This video will teach you the English words for everything we find in the bedroom. Learn more bedroom vocabulary at: http://istudyenglishonline.com/basic-beginner-vocabulary/bedroom/
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Spanish Vocabulary | Clothes | Learn Spanish Words
 
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Learn more Spanish at LearnExpressions.com This short Spanish vocabulary lesson will teach you 10 new Spanish words, all to do with clothing. Each word is clearly pronounced by natives with two very different accents. The female voice pronounces the Spanish words in an Andalusian (Seville) accent and the male voice pronounces the words in a Catalonian (Barcelona) accent. It is very important to try to understand Spanish spoken by people from different parts of Spain. The Andalusian accent is notoriously difficult to understand, because of the tendency to under-pronounce the final part of each word. This video lesson will help you practice listening to two different Spanish accents. TESOL/TEFL Teachers: Please feel free to use this video, and any others on the Watch & Learn Languages channel to help your students learn new Spanish vocabulary. These videos provide easy-to-digest vocabulary lessons, which will greatly help your students' acquisition of new Spanish words.
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Vocabulario Inglés: la papelería
 
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Watch & Learn English es una forma innovadora y divertida de mejorar tu vocabulario y conocimiento del inglés. En este video aprenderás cómo decir vocabulario de la papelería en inglés. Si necesitas hablar el inglés en el trabajo, este video te servirá mucho.
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Learn to pronounce the colours (colors) in British & American English
 
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Learn how to pronounce colours ("colors" in American English) in British & American English. This clear pronunciation guide will help you learn how to correctly say the colours in English. In this video lesson you will learn some of the most common colours and exactly how to pronounce them in both British & American English.
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Pets vocabulary in English
 
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Learn animal pets vocabulary in English in British and American English. Study the pronunciation of pets vocabulary. More English vocabulary can be found on: http://istudyenglishonline.com/basic-beginner-vocabulary/ Learn English on your mobile: http://iunderstandenglish.com/
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Learn the expression "about to" in English
 
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We use the phrase about to in order to express that an action will be beginning in the near future. We can use this phrase within any period of temporal reference; that is we can use about to with the past, present, or future simple. We only need to conjugate the verb to be accordingly. About to phrases are formed as follows: Present Simple: Subject + to be + about to + verb. I + am + about to + place my order. I am about to place my order. Examples: • I am about to fly to Washington, D.C. for a business meeting. • We are about to move to a new neighborhood! • My little brother Timmy is about to finish elementary school. • Amanda and Jeff are about to get married. Future Simple: Subject + to be + about to + verb. She + will be + about to + give birth. She will be about to give birth when I reach the hospital. Examples: • When she is getting to town, my plane will be about to take off. • When my sister finishes school, I will be about to graduate from university. • My uncle will be about to turn sixty when I turn eighteen. • Jared and Victoria will be about to celebrate their ten-year anniversary when Jared graduates from law school. Past Simple: Whenever an about to phrase is used in conjunction with the past simple, it usually means that the task being referenced was never completed due to some interfering factor or event. Subject + to be + about to + verb. I + was + about to + go to sleep. I was about to go to sleep when the baby started crying. In this case, the subject was preparing, in the past, to go to sleep when the baby interrupted him/her. Whenever an about to phrase is used in conjunction with the past simple, it usually means that the task being referenced was never completed due to some interfering factor or event (the buzzer/timer in this case). Examples: • Emma was about to clear the driveway, but she slipped on the ice on the stairs and hurt herself. • I was about to leave home, but the car wouldn’t start. • We were about to close the auction when, suddenly, more bids started coming in. • They were about to shut down the plant, but the company received a government loan.
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Learn English Vocabulary: The office
 
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Learn English vocabulary. This video will teach you the English words for everything we find in the office. Learn more English at http://istudyenglishonline.com/
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Weather vocabulary
 
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Learn weather English vocabulary with this short video. Learn with pictures and practise your pronunciation with native audio (in British and American English).
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Spanish Vocabulary | The Face | Learn Spanish Words
 
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This short Spanish vocabulary lesson will teach you 10 new Spanish words, all to do with the face. Each word is clearly pronounced by natives with two very different accents. The female voice pronounces the Spanish words in an Andalusian (Seville) accent and the male voice pronounces the words in a Catalonian (Barcelona) accent. It is very important to try to understand Spanish spoken by people from different parts of Spain. The Andalusian accent is notoriously difficult to understand, because of the tendency to under-pronounce the final part of each word. This video lesson will help you practice listening to two different Spanish accents. TESOL/TEFL Teachers: Please feel free to use this video, and any others on the Watch & Learn Languages channel to help your students learn new Spanish vocabulary. These videos provide easy-to-digest vocabulary lessons, which will greatly help your students' acquisition of new Spanish words.
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Learn English Vocabulary: The kitchen
 
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Learn English vocabulary. This video will teach you the English words for the things we find in the kitchen. Learn more kitchen vocabulary at: http://istudyenglishonline.com/basic-beginner-vocabulary/kitchen/
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Learn English Vocabulary: Vegetables
 
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Learn English vocabulary. This video will teach you the English words for some of the basic vegetables. Learn more vegetable vocabulary at: http://istudyenglishonline.com/basic-beginner-vocabulary/vegetables/
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Learn animals English vocabulary | Intermediate
 
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In this intermediate English vocabulary video you will learn animal vocabulary. Learn each new word with clear pictures and British & American pronunciation.
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Vocabulario inglés: la habitación
 
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Watch & Learn English es una forma innovadora y divertida de mejorar tu vocabulario y conocimiento del inglés. En este video aprenderás cómo decir las cosas que se encuentran en la habitación. Aprenda el vocabulario de la habitación más importante.
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Clothing vocabulary 2
 
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Learn clothing English vocabulary with this short video. Learn with pictures and practise your pronunciation with native audio (in British and American English).
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Vocabulario inglés: la oficina
 
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Watch & Learn English es una forma innovadora y divertida de mejorar tu vocabulario y conocimiento del inglés. En este video aprenderás cómo decir las cosas que se encuentran en la oficina. Aprenda el vocabulario de la oficina más importante.
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English can be...
 
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The English language can be many things to many people. This video celebrates how we use the English language to communicate and takes you through a short journey of viral videos. Learn more English at http://istudyenglishonline.com
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Vocabulario Inglés: las verduras
 
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Watch & Learn English es una forma innovadora y divertida de mejorar tu vocabulario y conocimiento del inglés. En este video aprenderás cómo decir todas las verduras más comunes en inglés. Aprender vocabulario es muy importante para poder mejorar el inglés en general.
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