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How to Describe Charts and Graphs in English 📈 12 Phrases You Need to Know!

Ready to learn KEY phrases that will help you describe charts, graphs, and trends in English? Watch the video lesson and then learn the phrases below! KEY PHRASES FROM THIS LESSON When describing an uptrend (see image), we can use go…
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Learn English Phrases: Things You'll Hear People Say on Thanksgiving and Black Friday

This is a fun English lesson that gives you phrases that you'll hear people say on Thanksgiving Day and on Black Friday. Hope you enjoy it! How long will this take? We’re using the verb take to talk about duration. You can use either…
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5 Common British English Phrases - Learn Real English!

In this English lesson, you're going to learn five phrases/expressions in British English. These are commonly used so you're learning English you need to know. #1: I’M KNACKERED Use this when you feel really tired. Notice the way…
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Learn English Phrases: How to Talk about Sickness in English (Free PDF and MP3 File!)

In this English lesson, you're going to learn key English phrases so you can talk about sickness. You'll learn some key differences between British and American English, the difference between sore and ache, and a fantastic idiom to use when…
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The #1 Reason Why You're Not Fluent in English & What to Do to Speak with More Confidence

In this lesson, I'm going to share what I believe to be the number one reason why most learners don't become fluent in English. This might be controversial. It might make you feel angry. But if you're honest with yourself and ask yourself…
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English Lesson: Using Would to Talk About Perfect Daily Routines

A few weeks back, I talked about my daily routine. This gave you some real examples of how to talk about this in English. In this latest lesson, I talk about how my routine has changed and what a perfect day would look like. Enjoy! Lesson…
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Learn English Phrases: Looking Forward To, Excited About, Can't Wait

In this English lesson, you will learn how to use the following phrases: look forward to excited about can't wait Lesson Notes When using the first two phrases with a verb, be sure to use the gerund: I'm looking forward…
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English Phrases: Have the Place to Yourself

In this lesson, I talk about the English phrase 'to have the place to yourself'. Enjoy! Summary On Sunday morning, my son and I went to a bar to get some coffee (don't worry, he didn't drink any!). There was no one else there, therefore,…