To Be + Adjective – Basic English Grammar Lesson

In this English lesson, we look at how to use TO BE with Adjectives in the Present Tense. We look at making positive sentences of To Be + Adjective and give an example with each form of To Be in the present tense. Next we look at making negative sentences with To Be and Adjectives using the order: To Be + Not + Adjective Then we look at making questions with To Be and adjectives. Next we give examples of affirmative and negative sentences using opposites. Finally, we have some practice exercises. Try our online quiz about To Be + Adjective here: https:// The complete ESOL lesson can be found here: https://

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How To Use Question Tags – English Video Lesson

This video explains the usage of ‘Question Tags’ with examples. The application rules of grammar and intonation, both, have been explained. There are some exceptions to the rule and they are also explained with examples. We hope you enjoy the lesson!

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Grammar – Giving Advice – SHOULD, OUGHT TO, HAD BETTER

In this English lesson, I teach you how to give advice, using ‘should’, ‘ought to’, and ‘had better’. These are used differently and can mean different things, so learn about the differences here. Don’t forget to take the quiz at

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Direct Indirect speech or Narration (English Grammar) for ssc, bank exams

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Speaking English – Tag Questions – How to express assumptions or comment on a situation

Tag questions are a normal part of everyday English conversation. In this lesson, I teach you how to recognize tag questions, so that you are not confused when you hear one, and how to improve your English conversation skills by using tag questions effectively.

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Get Codes for your favorite sites ! – anime unboxing 2017

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NEW FORMAT! – Vocab Training – “den ganzen Tag” – A2 – GIVE ME FEEDBACK 👇

Hey everyone, I am testing a new format called „Vocab Training“. It will be available on my APP that will be launched in June! I’m super excited to share the app with you and I can’t wait for you guys to try it out! I’m SO impatient and I hate waiting for the launch but there is still so much work to be done! 🙂 The app will have 3 categories: podcasts, lessons and vocab training. You already know my lessons and podcasts. Vocab Training is a new format and will introduce 1 new word or phrase and 5 example sentences. After that, you’ll get the chance to do some interactive exercises to practice the new vocab. This video is an example of one of these episodes. When the app is launched, there will be 100 episodes per level (A1-B2) in the category “Vocab Training”. Please let

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Learn English Words – ABSCOND – Meaning, Vocabulary Lesson with Pictures and Examples

✔️ LEARN 20 WORDS https://youtu.be/TSGdNMzlrcg LEARN MORE WORDS â-º https:// What does Abscond mean? Learn the meaning of Abscond as we define this advanced vocabulary word with a simple definition, pictures, example sentences, English pronunciation and audio. Abscond definition: escape into hiding; to leave quickly and hide to avoid punishment Examples of Abscond in a sentence: Do you think he has plans to abscond with the stolen money? Since the boys could not pay for their meals, they decided to abscond before the waitress returned with their check. The greedy accountant was caught at the airport before he could abscond with the company’s profits. In order to avoid prosecution, Marilyn decid

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Personal Pronouns Subject & Object – Learn English with Julia

In today’s Grammar Lesson let’s learn about Personal Pronouns: Object and Subject. This grammar Lesson is for beginners and pre-intermediate students of English. Learn English with Julia! Don’t forget to subscribe to my Channel today! More updates through my Social Media: https:// https:// https://twitter.com/learnwithjulia Help us caption & translate this video! https://amara.org/v/dklo/ Script of this video: Hello and welcome to this video dedicated to personal pronouns! Now personal pronouns come in two forms: subject or object. So the singular subject personal pronouns are: I, you, he, she, it, and the plural personal pronouns when they’re subject are: we, you, they. Now when they are object some of the

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