8.00 AM English Class | Vocabulary Part 4 | Important Class For all Exam

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British Accents: West Country

This series focusses on different accents from the United Kingdom. Many thanks to Tom for providing him fabulous WEST COUNTRY accent. Useful links below: ===== OTHER ACCENT VIDEOS ===== MANCHESTER: https://youtu.be/6ffIOaj-Gdg COCKNEY: https://youtu.be/7_FtnOTLkSs LIVERPOOL: https://youtu.be/R_C4PDSfQJA NORTHERN IRISH: https://youtu.be/OEaT4W7LL60 BEST ACCENT RESOURCE FOR ACTORS UK: USA & WORLD: —————————————– CONTRIBUTE TRANSLATIONS TO THIS CHANNEL: BECOME A PATRON (Shout out to my Patrons – with special thanks to my biggest supporters: Yuya, Paolo, Thomas and Ibolya) ELOCUTION / ACCENT COURSE www.br

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Polite requests and questions | Spoken English

In this spoken English lesson, you will learn several methods to make polite requests and ask questions. They are examples of formal English. A request is when we ask someone for something, either an object or perhaps asking someone to do something for us. Since we are asking for help, it is important to be polite. We must avoid being too direct. Examples of being too direct in English: Help me, please. Give me some sugar. Can you fix my car? These are all correct. The English grammar is correct. The other person will understand you but these requests are too direct and aggressive. People will be offended. Here are some structures to ask politely for something in spoken English. These are very useful, particularly in business English situations. Could you .. ? Could you + base form of

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Vocab Speed Quiz 33 | Important Tough Words from The Hindu Paper | Learn From Pratibha Ma’am

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What is ACOUSTIC TAG? What does ACOUSTIC TAG mean? ACOUSTIC TAG meaning & explanation

What is ACOUSTIC TAG? What does ACOUSTIC TAG mean? ACOUSTIC TAG meaning – ACOUSTIC TAG definition – ACOUSTIC TAG explanation. SUBSCRIBE to our Google Earth flights channel – Source: Wikipedia.org article, adapted under https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/ license. Acoustic tags are small sound-emitting devices that allow the detection and/or remote tracking of fish in three dimensions for fisheries research. Acoustic telemetry (including acoustic tags) are commonly used to monitor the behavior of fish. Studies can be conducted in lakes, rivers, tributaries, estuaries or at sea. Acoustic tag tracking technology allows researchers to view 3D fish tracks in real-time with sub-meter resolution. Acoustic ta

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What is BEACH TAG? What does BEACH TAG mean? BEACH TAG meaning, definition & explanation

What is BEACH TAG? What does BEACH TAG mean? BEACH TAG meaning – BEACH TAG definition – BEACH TAG explanation. SUBSCRIBE to our Google Earth flights channel – https:// Source: Wikipedia.org article, adapted under https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/ license. A beach tag (also beach badge or beach token) is an admission pass that must be purchased to access a beach. It is commonly associated with the New Jersey Shore. The system restricts summer beach access to residents and paying visitors. Visitors and residents in communities with the beach tag system typically pay a fee for a daily, weekly or seasonal pass. Staff patrol the beach looking for people who are not displaying their tag, and visitors without one are asked to purcha

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20 British Slang Phrases Tourists Need To Know | Live English Lesson with Anna English

Learn 20 British Slang Phrases Tourists Need To Know. Join Anna English for a live lesson looking at these essential and common British slang phrases. DOWNLOAD the eBook featured – https://britishenglishpronunciation.com/product-category/ebooks/ Many thanks to my supporters, especially my patrons, one off donators, and anyone who drops a SUPERCHAT during the live stream. Anyone who makes a donation to this channel will receive a FREE copy of the eBook featured in today’s lesson. Don’t Forget to LIKE & SUBSCRIBE for a virtual Hi-Five! HOT TIP: 1. Audiobooks are a great way to increase vocabulary and improve listening. Try Sherlock Homes narrated by Stephen Fry (Recommended for advanced speakers only), or Harry Potter (for intermediate speakers) FREE AUDIOBOOKS –

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ENGLISH VOCABULARY LESSON: Hair, Hairdresser and Haircut | LIVE English Lesson

Enjoy $10 iTalki Credits: Credits added after you purchase your first lesson. Do you need a haircut. Visiting the hairdressers, hair salon or barber shop in England will require a whole new set of English vocabulary and phrases. I am here to walk you through it. For all live lessons I use notes that I have prepared. These notes will be shared with my patrons and with anyone who drops a SUPERCHAT during the live stream. I hope by the end of this English lesson you will have the most amazing hair. 😉 Lesson Notes Available to Download: https://britishenglishpronunciation.com/shop/ Pro Hairdresser Scissors: https://amzn.to/2FZtyvz Don’t Forget to LIKE & SUBSCRIBE for a virtual Hi-Five! ====== 🙏 CONTRIBUTE 🙏 ====== To anyone who helps m

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Elias play Hide and Seek game with his Mommy and learn Furniture names 🛏 Kids English education

Let’s learn first words in English with Elias and his family. Little boy plays with his mother Hide and Seek and has a lot of fun. He also learn Furniture names in English, for example, such words as chair, bed, table and so on. Please, subscribe and share this educational video for children. Thank you!

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Basic English: 4 types of HOW questions

How comfortable are you with forming English questions? In this lesson, I will teach you four types of questions that are specific to the word “how”. I will show you basic English question structure with “how much”, “how many”, “how + adjective”, and “how + adverb”. This is an excellent lesson for beginners who are just learning the language, and it’s a good review lesson for those students who just want to make sure they’re doing things the right way. When you’re finished watching the video, don’t forget to test your knowledge with the quiz at https:// Think of how much better you’ll feel after watching this video! TRANSCRIPT How should I start this lesson? I have no idea. Okay, so I guess I’ll just start. Right? If you don’t know how,

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