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How to use: THE PRESENT CONTINUOUS FOR THE FUTURE
How to use: THE PRESENT CONTINUOUS FOR THE FUTURE

There are many ways to express the future in English and you should use the present continuous with a time reference to talk about arrangements in the future. In the English grammar video we look at how to use it and compare it to other future forms such as going to. After watching this video you ...

HOW TO BECOME FLUENT IN ENGLISH: 8 Things You Must Do
HOW TO BECOME FLUENT IN ENGLISH: 8 Things You Must Do

If you follow these rules I promise you that you will succeed. I've taught English for more than 15 years. And I'm often asked the question "how do I get fluent in English?" So here are 8 best tips for achieving fluency., If you are struggling I hope this video will motivate you to continue. You ca...

What's the difference between OLD and ELDERLY?
What's the difference between OLD and ELDERLY?

If you're confused about when to use OLD and ELDERLY and OLDER and ELDER then in this video we explain everything. This is an English vocabulary lesson from LetThemTalkTV We go deeper If you like our videos subscribe here for more. http://www.youtube.com/user/letthemtalkparis?sub_confirmation=1

How to pronounce the -OUGH sound: WITHOUT GOING CRAZY
How to pronounce the -OUGH sound: WITHOUT GOING CRAZY

There are so many different ways to pronounce the -OUGH ending in English. So is there are trick for knowing how to say it correctly? In this video we investigate. This is a pronunciation video from LetThemTalkTV. Using British pronunciation. We go deeper If you like our videos subscribe here ...

5 Ways to INSTANTLY Sound Like a NATIVE SPEAKER (British English)
5 Ways to INSTANTLY Sound Like a NATIVE SPEAKER (British English)

Here are 5 tips (plus a bonus tip) to immediately sound more like a native speaker (of British English). This video is for ALL LEVELS. from low level to advanced. Even if your English is not fantastic with these ways you'll sound more natural and more native. These tips include focus on grammar, f...

ON TIME or IN TIME: Learn the difference
ON TIME or IN TIME: Learn the difference

How to know when to use ON TIME and when to use IN TIME? In this video we explore the differences. Just changing a preposition can give the phrase another meaning but after wathcing this you'll understand everything. An English language video with subtitles. This is an English grammar video brought...

PRESENT PERFECT or PAST SIMPLE: How to use them correctly The BEST EXPLANATION
PRESENT PERFECT or PAST SIMPLE: How to use them correctly The BEST EXPLANATION

Do you have difficulty deciding when to use the present perfect and when to use the past simple? If so this video is for you. Here we explain the difference simply and clearly with examples of usage. The grammar is explained (with English subtitles) by Gideon a British teacher with 20 years' experi...

How to pronounce EITHER, NEITHER and words with ALTERNATIVE PRONUNCIATIONS
How to pronounce EITHER, NEITHER and words with ALTERNATIVE PRONUNCIATIONS

In this video we'll discuss the pronunciations of either and neither and look at some other words that have alternative pronunciations in British English. such as garage, scone, privacy, envelope. How to pronounce often https://youtu.be/DCXcn3npv70 How to pronounce schedule https://youtu.be/gM0Oj...

What's the difference? Vegetarian, vegan, raw vegan, fruitarian, flexitarian, pescetarian
What's the difference? Vegetarian, vegan, raw vegan, fruitarian, flexitarian, pescetarian

What do Miley Cyrus, Nathalie Portman, Al Gore, Paul McCartney and Morissey have in common? And what about Steve Jobs and Gandhi, amongst many others follow a diet for the sake of animal welfare. Are you confused by the difference between vegetarian, vegan raw vegan, fruiteran, flexitarian, pesceta...

You won't believe how much I paid for a beer in Venice: WHAT A RIP-OFF!
You won't believe how much I paid for a beer in Venice: WHAT A RIP-OFF!

Sometimes in life we are cheated. We pay much to much for something or somebody we trust steals our money. Here are the words you need to talk about these situations. Rip-off, con, scam and other words related to cheating and decption. This is an English vocabulary lesson brought to you by LetThemTa...

The Top 10 tips for perfect (British) English pronunciation
The Top 10 tips for perfect (British) English pronunciation

Here are the 10 top tips you need to know to improve your British English pronunciation. Follow these points and you will speak with a better (British) accent. This is a playlist with all our videos in the series https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2l0GuRgRIKw&list=PLWW-qHKb1-L0AT0ppaHn3UvNydP3iaGkI ...

NOT ONLY will you have excellent grammar but you'll look cool too: Using INVERSION
NOT ONLY will you have excellent grammar but you'll look cool too: Using INVERSION

How to use NOT ONLY....BUT ALSO in English. An advanced English grammar lesson to show surprise when talking about two things. We use "inversion" to really emphasise the phrase everything is explained in this lesson by LetThemTalkTV Intermediate and advanced English lessons with subtitles on our y...

"Like to do" or "Like doing"? 3 differences explained: English grammar

I like reading or I like to read? I like to wear slippers at home. I like having a moustache. In this video we'll look at 3 situations when you have to use like + infinitive or the gerund (verb + ing). We'll also look at when you can use both without any change in meaning.

THE MAGIC E: All British kids know this pronunciation trick. Do you?
THE MAGIC E: All British kids know this pronunciation trick. Do you?

Learn this English pronunciation trick which will help your spelling too. All British kids learn the magic e (or the silent e) at school and you should learn it too. Here we explain (with a British accent). How to use it with examples. This video and English subtitles and phonetic markings to help y...

NO DOUBT doesn't mean what you think: Advanced English grammar
NO DOUBT doesn't mean what you think: Advanced English grammar

In this video you'll learn how to use "no doubt" in English. It's a confusing expression because there can be doubt in no doubt: We explain with examples of usage and compare it to other ways to express certainly such as "without doubt" or "without a shadow of a doubt" Intermediate and advanced Engl...

How to use HAD BETTER - English grammar
How to use HAD BETTER - English grammar

Had better is a very common way of expressing obligation in English it used used to talk about things where something bad might happen if the advice is not taken. In this video you'll learn the structure of "had better" and we'll compare it to other forms of obligation such as "must" and "should". ...

How to pronounce often and -ften -sten words
How to pronounce often and -ften -sten words

Do you pronounce the /t/ in often or is it silent? And what about other words with an "-sten" "-ften" combination of letters. British English pronunciation. Intermediate and advanced English lessons on our youtube channel. Brought to you by LetThemTalk language school in Paris. http://www.you...

Common but strange British English Expressions: TO TURN A BLIND EYE
Common but strange British English Expressions: TO TURN A BLIND EYE

Here is a rather strange everyday idiom: To turn a blind eye to something. We explain its origin and give examples of how it's used. It really is common and you'll hear it frequently so next time you're speaking to an English speaking person or visiting Britain do use it. Intermediate and advance...

Common but strange British English Expressions: TO STEAL ONE'S THUNDER
Common but strange British English Expressions: TO STEAL ONE'S THUNDER

Here is a rather strange everyday idiom: To steal someone's thunder. We explain its origin and give examples of how it's used. It really is common and you'll hear it frequently so next time you're speaking to an English speaking person or visiting Britain do use it. Intermediate and advanced Engl...

Common but strange British English Expressions: BOB'S YOUR UNCLE
Common but strange British English Expressions: BOB'S YOUR UNCLE

Here is a rather strange everyday idiom: Bob's your uncle. We explain its origin and give examples of how it's used. It really is common and you'll hear it frequently so next time you're speaking to an English speaking person or visiting Britain do use it. Intermediate and advanced English lesson...

3 Common but Nasty English Idioms about Dutch People
3 Common but Nasty English Idioms about Dutch People

The Dutch are our friends. For over 200 years Britain and the UK have been close allies, but in the 17th and 18th centuries they were trading and military rivals. During this time many idioms about Dutch people came into the English language - all of them negative and some of which are still used to...

21 Mistakes French Speakers Make in English - part 2
21 Mistakes French Speakers Make in English - part 2

Le top 21 erreurs d'anglais faites par les Francophones - part 2. Voici 21 fautes en anglais que font souvent les francophones. Le video est 100% en anglais (sous-titres en anglais) par votre professeur britannique qui habite 12 ans à Paris et qui travaille à l'école d'anglais LetThemTalk www.le...

Holiday, Holidays, Vacation, Leave, Day off - The difference.
Holiday, Holidays, Vacation, Leave, Day off - The difference.

What's the difference between Holiday and Vacation? And what do "holidays", "leave" and "day off". Explained here with examples of British and American usage. This is an English lesson brought to you By LetThemTalkTV #coursdanglais #paris ALL PHOTOS IN THE PUBLIC DOMAIN except "tired" by Malias C...

THE PAST PERFECT CONTINUOUS
THE PAST PERFECT CONTINUOUS

Learn when to use The past perfect continuous tense (also called the past perfect progressive tense) . Here we explain clearly how to use this grammar in English with examples with British English pronunciation. We will also explain the difference between the past perfect continuous and the present...