Listen to a story about a dilemma I had at Thanksgiving dinner this year! You’ll also learn how to hear and make the reduced form of the preposition “of.”
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Listen to a story about Halloween! You’ll also learn how how to link the American T sound in natural spoken English.
Could is a modal verb. Modal verbs are common in English. Modals are used before other verbs to express ideas such as ability, possibility, certainty, necessity, or permission. A modal verb is an auxiliary verb. It is a helping verb. It can’t be used by itself in sentence. It must be used before another verb. […]
Halloween is a community event. It’s a combination of an ancient pagan festival from northern Europe and a religious holiday created by Christians in ancient Rome, but its name comes from Scotland. Now it’s a day when children wear costumes and get free candy! On October 31, kids put on costumes and go door-to-door […]
Do you know someone who is always late? It is important to be on time in English-speaking countries! On time is the opposite of late. It means arriving or departing at the correct time, not early and not late. If you agree to meet someone at 9am, you must be there at 9am. If a […]