English Pronunciation Practice: CONSONANT CLUSTERS

Hello. My name is Emma, and in today’s video I am going to teach you about pronunciation. Today we are going to talk about something called: “Consonant Clusters”. Okay? So, you’re probably thinking: “What is a ‘consonant cluster’ or a ‘consonant blend’?” That’s okay, because in this video I will talk about what these are-they’re…

Vowels & Diphthongs – English Listening & Pronunciation Practice (Part 1)

What’s a British Betting Shop? – Learn English – Language, speaking & conversation practice.

Zak Washington, the corrupt English teacher, is too lazy to work at the language school, so he is taking his group of students to visit a ‘cultural’ place of interest. Today we are going to….. THE BETTING SHOP. A very good morning to you students! Here we are in a typical area of horrible London.…

Srimad-Bhagavatam 11.29 – Bhakti-yoga

Sri Uddhava said: My dear Lord Acyuta, I fear that the method of yoga described by You is very difficult for one who cannot control his mind. Therefore please explain to me in simple terms how someone can more easily execute it. O lotus-eyed Lord, generally those yogis who try to steady the mind experience…

English Listening Practice: Improve your vocabulary!

Hello. My name is Emma, and today we have a great lesson plan for you. In today’s lesson we are going to practice listening. Okay? We’re going to practice listening, and we’re also going to learn some new words, we’re going to learn about shapes, as well as prepositions. Okay? So, in this video you…

Apostrophe S in English – Practice Exercises

Apostrophe S practice exercises Use an apostrophe or apostrophe s to make a possessive noun. 1. This is Jack. This is his horse. This is … Jack’s horse. This is Jack’s horse. 2. This is a girl. These are her flowers. These are … the girl’s flowers. These are the girl’s flowers. 3. These are…

Memory fit – How I learnt to exercise my memory | Anastasia Woolmer | TEDxDocklands

Translator: Carol Wang Reviewer: Zsófia Herczeg Three years ago, if you invited me to a dinner party – let’s say ten people – I wouldn’t have remembered the names of nearly anyone around the table. I wouldn’t have remembered the facts from the interesting stories they told, and so if I wanted to retell any…

Learn to talk about exercise in 6 minutes

Neil: Hello, I’m Neil. And welcome to 6 Minute English, where we vigorously discuss a new topic and six related items of vocabulary. Rob: And hello, I’m Rob. Today we’re discussing vigorous exercise – and whether adults take enough of it! Vigorous means using a lot of energy to do something. Neil: So how many…