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How to Improve Your English Listening
 
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Visit http://www.espressoenglish.net for English tips and intensive English courses. If you have difficulties in listening, you're not alone - this is one of the most common problems for English learners. It's frustrating and embarrassing when you can't understand spoken English - but in this lesson, I'm going to explain why it's so difficult and teach you how to improve.
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Difference between SHOULD, COULD, and WOULD
 
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Learn the difference between confusing words in English: SHOULD, COULD, and WOULD. Visit http://www.espressoenglish.net for more English tips!
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How to Speak Fluent English: Learn to Think in English!
 
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If you speak with a lot of pauses and hesitations, but you want to speak English fluently and naturally like a native English speaker, the secret is... Learn to think in English! Many English students say: "It's too difficult! "I don't know enough English words!" "I need to think in my native language and translate." However, thinking in your native language and translating results in sentences that don't sound natural in English, because the sentence structure is often different in English and your native language. In addition, it takes too much time to think and translate when you're in a conversation -- leading to pauses, hesitations, and the inability to speak fast and fluently. How to Learn to Think in English So, here is how you can learn to think in English -- from the beginner level to advanced. Visit http://www.espressoenglish.net for English tips and intensive English courses
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Past Modals: Should Have, Could Have, Would Have
 
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Should have, could have, and would have are sometimes called "modals of lost opportunity" because they describe situations when we are imagining that the past was different. http://www.espressoenglish.net/past-modals-should-have-could-have-would-have
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Just and Only: Confusing Words in English
 
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The word JUST has two definitions in English: one is "very recently" and the other is "only." This lesson will show you examples and help you understand the difference between the confusing words JUST and ONLY in English. Visit http://www.espressoenglish.net for English tips and intensive English courses.
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Difference Between Should, Could, and Would
 
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How to Pronounce the -ED Ending Correctly in English
 
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Learn 3 ways to pronounce -ED in English verbs, and speak English more naturally. Visit http://www.espressoenglish.net for more English lessons!
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Correct Your English Errors FAST: 5 Common Errors in English
 
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Today we're going to talk about common errors that students make when speaking English, but first I want to say one thing... DON'T let the fear of errors stop you from speaking English! Remember, it's more important to communicate and practice your speaking, even if it's not "perfect." However, one of the fastest ways to correct your errors in English is to focus on avoiding the most common mistakes, which are made by English learners from many countries and at various levels. I'll teach you 5 in this lesson. Visit http://www.espressoenglish.net for English tips and intensive courses.
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Difference between TRAVEL, TRIP, & JOURNEY: Confusing Words in English
 
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Learn the difference between commonly confused words in English: Travel, Trip, and Journey. Visit http://www.espressoenglish.net for English tips and intensive English courses.
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Prepositions in English: Difference between TO and FOR
 
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Learn when to use the commonly confused English prepositions TO and FOR. Visit http://www.espressoenglish.net for English tips and intensive English courses.
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Present Perfect vs. Past Perfect: English Grammar Lesson
 
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Learn the difference between the Present Perfect and the Past Perfect in English grammar. More examples + quiz: http://www.espressoenglish.net/difference-between-present-perfect-and-past-perfect-in-english/
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How to Speak English Fluently and Naturally
 
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Visit http://www.espressoenglish.net for English tips and intensive English courses. Do you speak with a lot of pauses and hesitations? Do you have difficulty expressing your ideas in English? Do you mentally translate from your native language to English... but the sentences come out incorrect or unnatural when you speak? If you want to eliminate these problems and become fluent in English, the secret is... Learning to think in English! The problem with thinking in your native language and translating is that it results in sentences that are not correct in English, because the grammar and sentence structure is often different in English and your native language. Also, it takes too much time to think and translate when you're in a conversation -- leading to pauses, hesitations, and the inability to speak fast and fluently. Many students believe that thinking in English is too difficult, but I'm going to teach you how to succeed. You can learn this skill with practice, whether you're beginner, intermediate, or advanced.
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Basic English Phrases for the Supermarket
 
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Learn spoken English phrases for going shopping in a supermarket or grocery store.
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Difference between HOW ABOUT & WHAT ABOUT: Confusing Words in English
 
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Learn the difference between HOW ABOUT and WHAT ABOUT in everyday spoken English. Visit http://www.espressoenglish.net for English tips and intensive English courses.
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How to Increase Your Confidence to Speak English
 
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Learn English: Difference between IN TIME and ON TIME
 
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Are you confused by the expressions IN TIME and ON TIME? This video lesson explains the difference! Visit http://www.espressoenglish.net for more English tips, English e-books, and English courses.
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Difference Between Present Perfect and Past Perfect in English
 
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10 English Phrasal Verbs with the Word COME
 
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English Grammar: Prepositions: Difference between IN and ON
 
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Are you confused by the English prepositions IN and ON? This video lesson explains the difference! Visit http://www.espressoenglish.net for more English tips, English e-books, and English courses.
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Confusing Words in English: WISH and HOPE
 
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The word WISH is usually used for hypothetical (imagined) situations, when you want something in the present or past to be different. The word HOPE is used when you want a specific result, and when there is (or was) a real possibility of getting that result. Check out the examples in the video, and visit http://www.espressoenglish.net for more English tips and intensive English courses.
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The Future in English: WILL vs. GOING TO
 
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There are two ways to talk about the future in English: will/won't and going to. Use "going to" for plans and arrangements: Use "will/won't" for promises: Use "will" for offers: Use "will" for decisions made in the moment: Use "will/won't" or "going to" for predictions or statements about the future: Visit http://www.espressoenglish.net for English tips and intensive English courses.
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How to use quite a bit, might as well, and just my luck!
 
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Speaking Course Level 2: https://www.espressoenglish.net/learn-to-talk-more-like-a-native-english-speaker/ Have you noticed that when you listen to informal English conversations, you hear some expressions that you can't understand? Today I’m going to teach you three casual conversational expressions, what they mean, and how to use them: quite a bit might as well just my luck! To continue learning lots of informal English from conversations, check out my Everyday English Speaking Course Level 2. The lessons are based on dialogues that are full of informal expressions, so you can learn them in context. This course is great for upper-intermediate and advanced English learners. It will help you improve your understanding of conversational English and learn a lot of great new expressions that native English speakers use.
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English Prepositions After the Verb THINK
 
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Learn 8 common English prepositions used after the verb THINK: Difference between think about, think of, think over, think through, think ahead, think back, think up, and think to.
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British English vs. American English Vocabulary Words
 
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Visit http://www.espressoenglish.net for English tips and English courses. This is a story about the daily life of New York Nate, who lives in the United States; and London Laura, who lives in England. As you can see, they have very similar lives... but the vocabulary words they use are very different!
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English Vocabulary with Pictures - Problems and Defects
 
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Difference Between TO and FOR in English
 
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Speak English More Like a Native: Pronunciation Practice with Reductions
 
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Practice your pronunciation with examples of the "reductions" found in natural spoken English. Visit http://www.espressoenglish.net for more English tips!
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Tongue Twisters: Advanced English Pronunciation Practice
 
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Practice your English pronunciation with these tongue twisters! Visit http://www.espressoenglish.net for English tips and intensive English courses.
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Common Errors in English: Difference between SO, VERY, and A LOT
 
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How to pronounce difficult words in English
 
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Here are some exercises to help you learn how to pronounce long, difficult, multi-syllable words in English. Try these words for more practice! http://www.espressoenglish.net/how-to-pronounce-difficult-words-in-english/ disadvantageous incomprehensible refrigerator differentiate thoroughly emergency successfully unfortunately revolutionary technological accomplishment circumstances indestructible automatically qualification synchronization archeological indistinguishable charactaristically familiarity intellectual discriminatory
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Learn English Grammar - EITHER and NEITHER
 
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Confusing English Words: Difference between Ache, Pain, and Hurt
 
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600+ Confusing English Words Explained E-Book: http://www.espressoenglish.net/600-confusing-english-words-explained/ Free English tips by e-mail: http://www.espressoenglish.net
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Business English Course - Lesson 1 - Essential Job Vocabulary
 
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Take a free sample lesson of the Business English Course: http://www.espressoenglish.net/lesson-1-essential-job-vocabulary/ Want to get ALL 30 of the Business English Course lessons? Register here - http://www.espressoenglish.net/business-english-course/ Welcome to Lesson 1 of the Business English Course -- Essential Job Vocabulary. Let's begin by answering the question, "Where do you work?" This seems like a simple question, but there are many ways to answer it: I work at... I work in... I work for... I work with... You're going to learn when to use each preposition, as well as some key English vocabulary regarding work and jobs.
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15 Common Errors in English
 
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http://www.espressoenglish.net These common errors in English are made by students of all levels, from beginner to advanced. Here are some quick explanations and tips about how to avoid 15 common English mistakes.
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How to Improve your English Vocabulary
 
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Visit http://www.espressoenglish.net for English tips and intensive English courses. Did you know that vocabulary is more important than grammar? If you have good vocabulary, you can communicate successfully even if the grammar is not completely perfect. However, one common problem is learning new words and then forgetting them - so when you want to use a particular word in conversation, you can't remember it at that moment. How annoying! Does this ever happen to you? The reason for this difficulty is that most students try to learn vocabulary by studying lists and dictionaries and memorizing the words - but this is NOT effective (unless you naturally have a very good memory!) The best way to learn vocabulary and remember the words successfully is... Learn new words and USE them immediately! You can do this with a very simple exercise.
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3 Ways to Talk About the Past in English
 
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Advanced English Grammar Course: http://www.espressoenglish.net/advanced-english-grammar-course Free English Lessons: http://www.espressoenglish.net/english-tips-blog Learn how to use the simple past, used to, and would for talking about single and repeated past events in English.
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English Phrasal Verbs: FIND OUT or FIGURE OUT?
 
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Wait or await? Sleep or asleep? Wake or awake?
 
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600+ Confusing English Words Explained: https://www.espressoenglish.net/600-confusing-english-words-explained Do you know the difference between wait and await, sleep and asleep, and wake and awake? These words seem simple, but there are some small grammatical differences in the way we use them in sentences. Take today's lesson to find out how to use them all correctly. Small mistakes like saying "await for" often don't affect communication; however, they show that you're not a native English speaker. This is why I want to help you understand how to use similar and confusing words correctly - so that your English can have fewer mistakes and become more fluent! My e-book 600+ Confusing English Words Explained describes many of the most common errors English learners make, and shows you the right way to use these words. I think you'll find it very helpful :-) https://www.espressoenglish.net/600-confusing-english-words-explained
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English Phrasal Verbs with RUN: English Vocabulary Lesson
 
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Learn English phrasal verbs in this English vocabulary lesson. Visit http://www.espressoenglish.net for English tips and intensive English courses.
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How to Improve Your English Pronunciation
 
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Visit http://www.espressoenglish.net for English tips and intensive English courses. Clear pronunciation is essential for speaking fluent English. Your pronunciation does not have to be "perfect" -- but it does need to be good enough for other people to understand you successfully. Consider this... If you are a beginner and you have a small vocabulary, but great pronunciation, then you can communicate simply but successfully. On the other hand, if you have advanced grammar and vocabulary but your pronunciation is BAD... then other people won't understand a single word you say! That's why improving your pronunciation is so important. It also increases your confidence, because you know that whenever you speak, other people will understand you.
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Verbs in English: Expressions with Parts of the Body
 
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Learn common English expressions and phrases with parts of the body. Visit http://www.espressoenglish.net for more English tips!
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36 English Expressions with GET: English Vocabulary Lesson
 
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Learn 36 English expressions with the word GET in this English Vocabulary Lesson. Visit http://www.espressoenglish.net for English tips and intensive English courses.
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How to make English part of your everyday life
 
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SUPPOSE or SUPPOSED TO? Learn English Phrases
 
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English Phrases about the Weather: English Speaking Lesson
 
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Learn English speaking with 14 phrases for talking about the weather in English. Visit http://www.espressoenglish.net for English tips and intensive English courses.
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Learn English Collocations for Talking about Family
 
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1000 English Collocations in 10 Minutes a Day: http://www.espressoenglish.net/1000-english-collocations-in-10-minutes-a-day/ Free English tips by e-mail: http://www.espressoenglish.net
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Difference between SAY, TELL, and SPEAK
 
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Learn the difference between commonly confused English verbs: SAY, TELL, and SPEAK. Visit http://www.espressoenglish.net for more English tips!
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10 English phrasal verbs for emotions
 
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Phrasal Verbs in Conversation Course: http://www.espressoenglish.net/phrasal-verbs-intensive-course/ Free English tips by e-mail: http://www.espressoenglish.net
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