Difference between – There, Their and They’re (They are) – English Grammar Lesson | Writing Skills A very common mistake made by students of English while learning English is the difference between the words There, Their and They’re in written English. This mistake happens because these words sound the same and students as well as native speakers get confused with the context they are used while writing English. Now such words which sound the same but have completely different meanings are called Homophones in English. Learn the difference There, Their & They’re – For complete Lesson transcript visit - http://www.learnex.in/there-their-they-are-difference-improve-english-writing-skills Like us on Facebook - http://www.facebook.com/letstalkpodcast Follow us on Instagram - http://www.instagram.com/letstalkpodcast There There is the exact opposite of the words Here. It means something is far from you, but not here. • Where are my glasses? • They are over there on the table. There is also used to show that something exists, or to express existence. There are many students studying in this college. Their There is used to show possession, in other words it expresses that something belongs to someone. • Their new apartment is big. • Their children are quite naughty. They’re – The word they’re is a contraction of They + are. • I think they’re crazy. • They’re talking so loudly in the library. We hope you have cleared your confusion and now how to use these words correctly in written English.
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Drop ‘VERY’ from your Vocabulary. Learn interesting intensifiers. – Advanced English lesson to speak fluently. The word ‘very’ is used a lot to emphasize on something, it is an intensifier. For example, if some food is extremely tasty, then in spoken English conversation we tend to express ourselves by saying, “the food is very, very tasty.” However, there are better words to use like delicious, lip smacking or even yummy. In this English speaking lesson, you will learn words that will convey the right emotion and we can avoid using a word like very, repeatedly just to make something sound more convincing. Add these intensifiers in your English vocabulary to speak fluent English just like native English speakers. Watch this Advanced English lesson on our website with complete transcript - http://www.learnex.in/english-intensifiers-advanced-english-lessons Like us on Facebook - http://www.facebook.com/letstalkpodcast Follow us on Instagram - http://www.instagram.com/letstalkpodcast So let’s have a look at some words we can learn so that we can drop very where it is not required. Very beautiful – Gorgeous, Stunning Ex: I saw a gorgeous model at the mall the other day. Very loud – Deafening Ex: We heard a deafening sound around 11 last night. Very happy – Elated Ex The athlete felt elated when she won her first gold medal. Very sad – Depressed Ex: My friend has been depressed since his recent break up. Very confused – Baffled Ex: There were so many phone models at the shop that I got baffled and could not make a choice. Very big – Massive, Gigantic Ex: Claire has a massive house in the countryside. Very small – Tiny, Teeny, Miniscule Ex: This box is tiny; I can’t fit in all of my stationery items in it.
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Positive & Negative Adjectives to describe your colleagues – Business English Vocabulary – Free English Practice If you are a working professional you spend a lot of time with your co-workers & colleagues. So, why not learn some useful English vocabulary to describe them. In this English lesson, you would learn some positive and negative adjectives to describe your work colleagues and co-workers. When you work with people for long hours, you certainly develop a relationship with them and get to know them better. You could use these useful adjectives to expand your vocabulary and describe one's qualities by choosing the right word that suits them. For more Lessons visit our website - http://www.learnex.in/adjectives-for-colleagues-business-english-vocabulary Like us on Facebook – http://www.facebook.com/letstalkpodcast Follow us on Instagram – http://www.instagram.com/letstalkpodcast Positive adjectives to describe your co-workers Trustworthy – Someone on whom you could completely rely on and trust them is a trustworthy person. These people are very honest in their dealings. Responsible – Someone how puts in a lot of effort in their duty and are very hardworking. They always make sure they complete their task on time and before the deadline. Ethical- Someone who is honest and deals with high moral and principles is ethical in their dealings. Diligent- When someone concentrates on details or in other words micromanages things could be called as a diligent co-worker. They are never distracted by what’s happening in the surrounding. Obedient – Moreover, this word implies to kids, but could also be used to talk about someone who complies with the rules and regulations strictly. The always follow their bosses voice or instructions. Negative adjectives to describe your co-workers Belligerent – There are people who are always on their toes to pick up a fight. They just want to have an argument on everything. They are really annoying and spoil the work environment. Finicky – There are some co-workers who pay a lot of attention to silly and unimportant things; such people could be called as finicky. They are quite fussy and picky about things around them. Gullible – Someone who could be easily tricked is called gullible. Such people could be easily fooled. It’s not a good quality one could have. Inconsiderate- The simplest word to describe an inconsiderate person is rude. They just don’t care about someone’s emotions or feelings. They are disrespectful to others and embarrass you often. Malicious – These are mean people who harass and insult you. They are evil in nature. We hope these adjectives are useful for you to expand your vocabulary and next time you would use the correct word to describe your co-worker.
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English Idioms with Country Names – Add Style to your English – Free English Speaking Lessons Hey subscribers, It’s time to add some style in English. You speak English pretty well, but bored of using the same set of phrases and vocabulary in your English conversations. Why not expand your English knowledge and learn some English Idioms used by native English speakers to expand your vocabulary and sound stylish and polished in spoken English. In this English lesson, Rachna would like to introduce you to some very common idioms we use connected to nationalities and countries. Practices these idiomatic phrases in your day-to-day English conversation and sound like a polished English speaker. Visit our website - http://www.learnex.in/idioms-with-country-names-stylish-english Like us on Facebook - http://www.facebook.com/letstalkpodcast Follow us on Instagram - http://www.instagram.com/letstalkpodcast 1. It’s all Greek to me – we use this expression when we cannot understand something we read or hear Example: I recently read this book on Metaphysics. Did you understand it, because it was all Greek to me? 2. Go Dutch – we go Dutch when we go to a restaurant and share the bill. Example: Rachel does not like her male companion to offer her dinner. She always prefers to go Dutch. 3. Chinese Whispers– this expression is often used for mistakes and inaccurate information which comes from rumors or gossip. Example: All this talk about the Prime Minister resigning is just Chinese Whispers. There’s no truth in the rumor. 4. Talk for England – when someone can talk for hours and hours Example: I’m so sorry I’m late. I couldn’t get away from Linda. She can talk for England! 5. Dutch Courage – when you need a little alcohol to give you the courage or confidence to do something. Example: I think I’ll have a quick drink for Dutch Courage before I ask that girl to dance with me. 6. Pardon My French – we use this expression before or after we have said something rude, for example, a swear word. Example: If you’ll pardon my French, but I think you’re a %^&*!” 7. A Mexican Standoff – this expression is often used in a business situation when two sides cannot agree. Example: There appears to be a Mexican Standoff as neither party can agree on the terms of the merger. 8. Slow Boat to China – we use this expression to describe something that is very slow and takes a long time. It comes from an American song. Example: Waiting for the architects to produce their plans was like taking the slow boat to China. 9. Too Many Chiefs and Not Enough Indians – this is often used to describe a company where there are too many managers and not enough people doing the actual work Example: The trouble with that company is that there are too many chiefs and not enough Indians.
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Conversation Fillers for English Fluency – Keep the conversation going – Advanced English Lesson When we don’t plan what to say, we just end our conversations abruptly. In other words we are short of words and get stuck with our conversation. To avoid such awkward silence in your English conversations, Michelle your English Teacher for today brings you an Advanced English lesson about Conversation fillers. Conversation fillers are English words and short phrases to keep the conversation going and not have awkward silence during a conversation. This English speaking lesson is brought to you by Let’s Talk English Speaking Institute. Improve your spoken English with our library of more than 1200+ free English lessons. For complete Lesson Transcript visit – http://www.learnex.in/ Like us on Facebook – http://www.faebook.com/letstalkpodcast Follow us on Instagram – http://www.instagram.com/letstalkpodcast Watch previous lessons by Michelle – American Business Slang Words used in English conversation – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IRB8mij-4uA Learn Technology Vocabulary for Mobile Phone & Computers - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6zueaPiT5IM Using AS, SINCE & BECAUSE correctly in English sentences – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=woMo7kH9yRQ 👋 English Idioms with ‘HAND’ – Speak Smart English https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1MTv1bCgPZ4
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10 Interesting & Beautiful English Proverbs used in Conversation – Free Spoken English Lessons English Proverbs are simple and concrete sayings that are popularly known and repeated which expresses a truth. They are usually based on common sense and experience. People who speak fluent English often make the use of Proverbs in English. Most of them think that the use of proverbs in English conversation is Old school, but it adds style to your English communication and makes your sound fluent in English and you come across as a polished English speaker. Following are a few proverbs and their meanings. Visit our free English learning Blog - http://www.learnex.in/english-proverbs-used-in-conversation Like us on Facebook - http://www.facebook.com/letstalkpodcast Follow us on Instagram - http://www.instagram.com/letstalkpodcast 1. Learn till old, live till old and there is still one third not learnt – this is an old saying that says that no matter how old one is, there is still room for more learning and studying. 2. Well begun is half done – a good start in any project is as good as completing half the project. 3. You can lead a horse to water but you can’t make it drink – no matter how much you help or spoon feed someone, it is only the efforts of that someone that needs to be made. 4. Haste makes waste- Rushing can only spoil things. 5. You can catch more flies with honey than vinegar – you can lure someone is doing something for you by talking sweetly to them rather than ordering them in a harsh manner. 6. A chain is only as strong as its weakest link – you are as strong as the weakest member of your team. 7. A house divided amongst itself cannot stand – focuses on values of a united family meaning that if the family is divided, it is not going to be as strong as a united one. 8. Ignorance is bliss – it is so much better to ignore sometimes than to indulge in the problem. 9. A trouble shared is a trouble halved – meaning that if you share your problems with someone just by talking to them will feel half as burdened with the problem as compared to not sharing.
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16 Brand New Vocabulary & Slang Words added to the Dictionary in the New Year (2018) – Free English Lessons Hello everybody, you’re with me Ceema, Let me wish you a Happy new year 2018. Today I am bringing you yet another very interesting English speaking practice lesson. Since you are trying to learn English online and learn new ways of saying different things, we need to learn new English words to expand our vocabulary bank in order to speak fluent English confidently. Don’t you think? As a matter of fact, the English language is constantly growing. This is because new vocabulary is being introduced from new technology, science, finance, recent pop culture and even from other foreign languages. I had fun trying out some new words that have found their way into the dictionary in the new year 2018. I know you will enjoy learning them too. So In this spoken English lesson on the New Year’s eve let’s see 16 new words that are just added to the English dictionary. For detailed explanation on these 16 new words visit – http://www.learnex.in/slang-words-added-in-new-year-2018/ Like us on Facebook – http://www.facebook.com/letstalkpodcast Follow us on Instagram – http://www.instagram.com/letstalkpodcast Watch Previous Lessons by Ceema - Responding To Unusual Situations (Death, Sad, Unexpected Gift, Fired) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b7Zs4oQBsMI Vocabulary & Phrases to talk about 'SEX & PEOPLE' - Advanced English Lesson https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A9Ui1BfAVfo Getting Out Of A Conversation Without Being Rude? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uOMFdHdFtDY
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5 Reasons – Why Should You Learn English? - Speak English fluently & Confidently – Free ESL lessons Are you looking for reasons to learn English? Here we have 5 good reasons – Why you should learn the English language. English is the first language in many countries, although all might not be native English speakers English is the 2nd spoken language in countries where English is not the first language. The English language is essential for communication worldwide as it is considered as the language of business. This English lesson by Niharika brings you some good reasons to learn English. Watch our free 1500+ free English lessons to improve your spoken English and speak English fluently and confidently. For complete Lesson Transcript visit our website - http://www.learnex.in/05-reasons-to-learn-english/ Like us on Facebook - http://www.facebook.com/letstalkpodcast Follow us on Instagram - http://www.instagram.com/letstalkpodcast
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How to give ‘Meaningful Compliments’ – Learn unique English phrases - Free Spoken English Lessons We all give compliments when someone does great in their field of work. But, do we give meaningful compliments? In this English lesson learn how to use English phrases to give some compliments that stand true to the situation and have an in-depth meaning. This spoken English lesson will teach you English phrases for giving compliments that are unique to the situation, using such phrases will portray you someone who is polished and has great command over the English language. This English lesson is one of the chosen lessons from our bank of free English lessons in an attempt to teach you situational English. Master these English phrases to sound more fluent in English. For complete Lesson transcript – http://www.learnex.in/meaningful-compliments-learn-unique-english-phrases/ Like us on Facebook – http://www.facebook.com/letstalkpodcast Follow us on Instagram – http://www.instagram.com/letstalkpodcast
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Learn English through Stories – The CHRISTMAS story (Vocabulary) Free English Lessons Hello friends! This English lesson is a truly divine one. Along with learning English, you will also learn about the meaning and the true story of Christmas. So join me, to hear the story of the birth of Christ and to learn useful English Vocabulary through that. My name is Michelle and you are watching me on Let’s Talk. So Let’s Talk Christmas. This English lesson is an attempt to teach you English through stories, where you could improve your listening skills and learn some great vocabulary and phrases for daily English conversation. Other Christmas & New Year lessons - Who is Santa Claus? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ehABuTTD60s Holiday & Season Greetings - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qYW6kRcT4Wg Christmas Vocabulary - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EpyXuyxNNXI English phrases to say HI to the New Year - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0zW6wH-QI1c For complete lesson transcript visit - http://www.learnex.in/christmas-story-english-vocabulary-through-stories Like us on Facebook - http://www.facebook.com/letstalkpodcast Follow us on Instagram - http://www.instagram.com/letstalkpodcast We Wish You a Merry Christmas by Twin Musicom is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution licence (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/) Artist: http://www.twinmusicom.org/ Let’s understand the meanings of some difficult words from the story: 1. Betrothed- the person to whom one is engaged. For ex: Mary was betrothed to Joseph. 2. Conceived- the moment when a woman becomes pregnant For ex: Mary was conceived by the Holy Spirit, which means she was going to bear a child even though she was a virgin. And that’s why Mary was petrified. Now, what does that mean? 3. Petrified- when you are so scared that you are unable to move. For example: In this story, Mary was so scared to see the angel that she couldn’t move, so she was petrified. 4. Humbled & Wonderstruck- So humbled means you feel very less about yourself because of something that someone has done for you and Wonderstruck is when you are surprised or amazed. For example: Here Mary was humbled and wonderstruck to know that she was chosen to give birth to God’s own Son. 5. Immanuel- This is a common English name meaning- God with Us and it is also another name of Jesus Christ. 6. Inexplicably- something for which there is no explanation. For example: Mary got pregnant inexplicably as she was still a virgin. 7. Nonplussed- so surprised and confused that you are unsure how to react. For example: Joseph here is nonplussed to find out that his TO BE wife is already pregnant. 8. Infidelity- to cheat your husband by having an affair with someone outside your marriage. For example: Joseph’s first thought was that Mary had committed infidelity again him, which was at that time a…. 9. Grave social stigma- this means, when someone is not accepted in the society due to some illness or something they have done. For example: So, if Joseph decided to tell everyone that Mary was pregnant outside their marriage, she would have to face social stigma. 10. Initial reaction- this is your first reaction upon hearing a news. For Example: As soon as Joseph got to know Mary was pregnant, his initial reaction was to break his engagement with her. 11. Make it public- But then he decided not to make it public, which means, he decided to keep this matter a secret. 12. Verify- means to confirm For example: So, to Mary’s rescue, an angel came to verify her story in Joseph’s dream. 13. Public humiliation- Embarrassment in front of everyone For example: Joseph married Mary to save her form public humiliation. 14. Decreed- past of the word decree, which means to give out a law For example: So, here the King decreed that a census would be taken. Now what really is a Census? 15. Census- it means an official count of the total population For example: For the census Joseph and Mary had to go to their hometown Bethlehem to register which means to get their names written down. 16. Overrun- occupied by too many people For example: in Bethlehem the guesthouse was overrun that’s why Mary had to give birth in a…. 17. Crude stable/Manger- which means a simple place where horses and cattle as in cows, donkeys etc. live. 18. Hallelujah- There came the wise men from East singing Hallelujah i.e. a combination of two Hebrew words meaning "Praise ye the Lord." Christmas story, Christmas vocabulary, Santa Claus, learn English through stories, English story, English speaking lesson, spoken English lesson, learning English, speak English, learn English, English communication skills, vocabulary, speak fluent English, Grammar lessons, improve your English, speak with confidence, festive vocabulary,
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Using the verb 'DO' in many different ways - English Grammar Lesson. in today's English Grammar lesson, we are going to look at the verb, do. well, I'm sure you've come across many lessons in the past using the verb, do and yes a lot of people get confused with this verb, okay and they do make mistakes when they use the verb, do. So, well it's one of my favourite verbs and I thought let me do a lesson on this today but we'll look at how we use do in different ways. Okay, so let's get started. For complete explanation of this English Grammar Lesson visit - http://www.learnex.in/the-verb-do-english-grammar-lesson/ Like us on Facebook - http://www.facebook.com/letstalkpodcast Follow us on Instagram - http://www.instagram.com/letstalkpodcast
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Phrases for Responding To Unusual Situations (Death, Sad, Unexpected Gift, Fired) Free English Lessons Certain responses in English seem to be pretty natural. Like if someone says thank you, you will immediately say “you’re welcome”. If someone close to you says “I love you”, well you may just end up saying “I love you too”. But beginners in English and sometimes even those who have studied the English language for a while end up being tongue-tied when faced with not so familiar situations. In other words, they don’t know the right English words to use to respond properly. In this English lesson have a look at some situations and see what the likely responses for them could be: For complete lesson transcript visit - http://www.learnex.in/responses-to-unusual-situations-english-phrases Like us on Facebook - http://www.facebook.com/letstalkpodcast Follow us on Instagram - http://www.instagram.com/letstalkpodcast 1) On being invited to a party or some event: A) I’m sorry; I won’t be able to make it B) It’s a shame I’ll be missing your daughter’s first birthday/ convocation. C) Thanks for the invitation but I’m going to have to pass/ I can’t go 2) If you are the one whose invitation has been turned down: A) I’m sorry you won’t be joining us B) Oh! That’s too bad C) We’ll miss you, maybe next time 3) On being told you are beautiful or good looking: A) Thank you, I appreciate it B) Awww.. that is very sweet of you, thank you C) Thanks! That really made my day!! D) Well you sure have an eye for good things! 4) When a friend or work colleague is sad/upset: A) Do you want to talk about it? I’m here if you need me! B) I can’t imagine what you’re going through, but it’ll get better 5) When a friend loses their job: A) This is only a temporary setback; you have so many opportunities out there B) With your talent and skills, finding something better shouldn’t be a problem. 6) When receiving an unexpected gift: A) I don’t know what to say, it’s lovely, thank you B) That was very kind of you, thank you 7) A friend’s family member passes away: A) I am terribly sorry for your loss B) If there is anything I can do, I’m right here! 8) A friend has ended a bad relationship A) You are beautiful, smart and funny! You’re going to survive this B) You will be happy again!
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Common American Business Slang Words used in English conversation – Free Advanced English Lessons. If you receive an email from your co-worker with some business slang words, you might keep wondering what does that word really mean. Most dictionaries don’t list slang words. These words come from the society, and you and me can make them by combining or breaking words. In today’s English lesson you will learn some commonly used Business Slang words, you would come across while interacting with the executive class and the working force. Some of these English slang words are extremely funny and some convey a lot more. In this Business English lesson with Michelle, she teaches you these business slang words in an interesting way with the help of a story. We are sure you would find this lesson interesting and learn how to use these slang words in your conversation. For detailed explanation of this lesson visit - http://www.learnex.in/business-english-slang-words-used-in-conversation/ Like us on Facebook - http://www.facebook.com/letstalkpodcast Follow us on Instagram - http://www.instagram.com/letstalkpodcast Previously uploaded lessons related to slang words - Pimp up your English Vocabulary - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k0JPY8ajzGI Trendy Tech English Slang Words - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FDrcCVhugeY 10 Funny Business Slang Words - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qV1ohLfrAfQ Valentine day slang words - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5uFVDSPph9c Internet laughter slang words - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_yVNGbZbh6U Slang words & Expressions for smokers- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KAFA7nSHTj4
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Interesting English Phrases to say 'Someone is Pregnant' - Free English Lessons In the English language, there are different English phrases one can use to announce the big news that is being pregnant. Well, the big news is to say when somebody is pregnant. This English speaking lesson will help you learn new vocabulary and English phrases to announce, someone is pregnant. Complete Lesson Transcript : http://www.learnex.in/interesting-english-phrases-to-say-someone-is-pregnant Website : http://www.letstalkpodcast.com Facebook : http://www.facebook.com/letstalkpodcast youtube : http://www.youtube.com/learnexmumbai Expecting My sister in law is expecting her first child. Carrying a child Benny is carrying John’s child Preggers/Preggo (slang terms) I heard your wife is preggo! Up the duff – This term is used to describe an unplanned pregnancy. My neighbour got Jessica up the duff. In the pudding club Did you know, Amy’s in the pudding club? Up the spout (Scotland) She’s up the spout again Have a bun in the oven We heard Ben’s got a bun in the oven Knocked up (Not very polite) This phrase is used among teenagers especially with teenage pregnancy) The guy didn’t use protection and got this girl knocked up. Eating for two This is considered to be an old fashioned advice but also a good phrase to use to announce the big news. Nancy is been eating for two now! In the family way This is a very formal way of talking about a woman who is pregnant and is quite an old idiom which is actually dying out. Mary’s in the family way and is due to deliver on May 19th this year. I hope this Spoken English lesson has helped you learn new phrases and vocabulary to say someone is pregnant. Cheers!!
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Different ways to say - 'I'm Happy' - Alternatives to Happy - Free Spoken English Lessons Hello English learners, We hope you are making good progress in your spoken English skills. In today’s English lesson with Sonia, you will learn alternatives to the word Happy, these words could also be called synonyms to happy. Sometimes we are just Happy, the other time we are extremely happy with some situations in our life. Do you use the word happy combined with very, such as, very happy, very very happy. Why not learn some interesting English words that could rightly describe the degree of happiness. Learn some great English words to replace the word Happy. For complete Lesson transcript visit - http://www.learnex.in/synonyms-to-happy-free-English-lessons
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Common Wrongly used English phrases – Free English Speaking Lessons | Speak Fluent English English is a tricky language, even people who speak fluent English make some very common mistakes in English. In today’s English speaking lesson with your teacher Rachna, you would learn about such common wrongly used English phrases, which dumps your reputation as an English speaker. These mistakes in English are made unknowingly without the speaker being aware of them. Look at these common errors in English and stop making them. Watch our other free Spoken English lessons to improve your English and speak fluent English confidently. For complete lesson transcript visit our website – http://www.learnex.in/common-errors-in-english-wrongly-used-phrases/ ANDROID English Learning APP - https://goo.gl/HNkjaG APPLE English Learning APP - https://goo.gl/j8Uz4P Follow us on Facebook - http://www.facebook.com/letstalkpodcast Follow us on twitter - http://www.twitter.com/letstalkone Follow us on Instagram - http://www.instagram.com/letstalkpodcast
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Learn Technology Vocabulary for Mobile Phone & Computers - English Lessons to speak fluent English Hello subscribers, welcome to another free Spoken English Lesson from Let’s Talk English speaking Institute. In today’s English lesson you will learn 16 technology words related to mobile phone and computers. We come across these words in our day-to-day life, why not understand how to use them in your English conversation. Practice these words and try using them in your everyday conversation to sound fluent in spoken English. For complete description and video transcript visit – http://www.learnex.in/technology-vocabulary-mobile-phone-computers/ ANDROID English Learning APP - https://goo.gl/HNkjaG APPLE English Learning APP - https://goo.gl/j8Uz4P Follow us on Facebook - http://www.facebook.com/letstalkpodcast Follow us on twitter - http://www.twitter.com/letstalkone Follow us on Instagram - http://www.instagram.com/letstalkpodcast
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Talking about 'SEX & PEOPLE' - Free Advanced English Lesson Blog : http://www.learnex.in/talking-sex-people-advanced-english-lesson Facebook : http://www.facebook.com/letstalkpodcast Website : http://www.letstalkpodcast.com In this Advanced English lesson, Ceema is going to teach some new vocabulary relating to sex and people.. Well we have your attention already because of the topic. Um...well the reason why ths English lesson topic is brought up because sex and people a really big deal, right? Well there are some people who indulge in too much of sex, there are some people who indulge in normal to moderate sex and there are some crazy people who indulge in no sex at all. We have certain words that we use to describe such people. There are different kinds of people relating to their sex appetite, so let's look at a few of these words and see how we can apply them. Easy: This word is used mainly for females. A girl is called easy when she is ready for sex easily. So someone who is open to having sex easily, is called easy. Tight: also called tight assed. A tight person is inhibited in sexual matters. A person who is conventional and doesn’t given in easily. Hard to get: A person who pretends that he/she doesn’t want to get involved. They make the other person chase them. Slut/Whore: A prostitute or a commercial sex worker Frigid: A person who is sexually unresponsive. Bang worthy: Someone who is attractive and hot, usually enjoys one night stand. Man whore: is a guy who sleeps around just like a whore does. Casanova: A Casanova is a person who is a sweet and a smooth talker. He knows how to charm women to get them in bed. Boy toy: a person who gives a woman sexual pleasure after her break up. Sadist: someone who enjoys inflicting pain on others, sometimes in a sexual sense Cougar: A woman who pursues younger men Paedophile: A person who likes to indulge in sexual activities with children. Incest: A person who indulges in sexual relation with close family members. Kinky: Kinky is used for anything that is unusual and not normal. So, a person with unusual sexual behaviour is called kinky.
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07 Interesting ways to use ‘FIT’ in English conversation – Free English Lessons for fluency. Hey subscribers, welcome to yet another free English lesson from Let’s Talk English speaking institute. In today’s English lesson with Niharika, you will learn how to use the very common word ‘FIT’ in 07 different ways. The English language is always evolving and so is the vocabulary bank. This free English lesson will teach you some interesting and figurative ways to use the word FIT in your daily English conversation. Practice the vocabulary and phrases you would learn from this lesson in your everyday English to improve your English fluency. For complete Lesson transcript visit – http://www.learnex.in/free-english-lessons-using-fit-in-different-ways/ ANDROID English Learning APP - https://goo.gl/HNkjaG APPLE English Learning APP - https://goo.gl/j8Uz4P Follow us on Facebook - http://www.facebook.com/letstalkpodcast Follow us on twitter - http://www.twitter.com/letstalkone Follow us on Instagram - http://www.instagram.com/letstalkpodcast
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IELTS Speaking Test Practice - Part 0 – Greetings & Introduction – Get 8 band in IELTS Test Dear IELTS aspirants, welcome to Let’s talk! I am your new trainer Alisha. Welcome to my free online video for the IELTS Speaking test. Well, we all know that the IELTS speaking test has 3 sections, however today I want to discuss the section/Part 0 with you, which is simply, greeting the examiner. In this English lesson, you will learn how to greet the IELTS interviewer so that you set the right tone for the interview. For Complete Lesson Transcript visit - http://www.learnex.in/ielts-speaking-practice-test-greetings-and-introduction/ This part albeit is very simple however I still want to ensure you make no mistakes in it. So let us look that Part 0, this can be divided into 4 questions: 1. This is where the examiner will introduce himself/herself with their full name. Example: Examiner: Good afternoon, my name is Lisa Smith; could you please tell me your full name? Your response can be with or without the name of the examiner, however, please do not add any title to the examiner’s first name, as it is incorrect to add a title to the first name. The correct way to greet the examiner is : Candidate: “Good afternoon, my name is Alisha Ray.” “Good afternoon Lisa, I am Alisha Ray.” Please smile and enunciate your name clearly and slowly. 2. This is a section or part where the examiner may want to know how they should address you. Example: the examiner may ask: Examiner: “What can I call you?” Please be polite, smile and let them know that they can call you by your first name OR by your English name if you have any. It is perfectly ok if you do not have an English name. Please do not explain the reason behind your name or why you are called that, this is not required or expected. This is not the test but just introductions hence please keep it precise and simple. 3. The third question in this part will be the place you come from, the examiner will ask you as follows: Example: Examiner: “Where are you from?” “Where do you come from?” Please answer by just mentioning the city that you come from with just the location of it in your country. So if you are from Mumbai; please construct your answer as follows: “I am from Mumbai which is in the west of India.” Please do not ask the examiner whether they have been there or not, do not recommend the examiner to visit the city you come from, as this is not required. Please pronounce the English pronunciation of the City you come from and not the local pronunciation. 4. The last question the examiner will ask is for your identification. Example: Examiner: “May I see your identification or ID please?” Please smile and present your identification to the examiner. It is a good practice to answer in one of these manners as they are considered polite. Candidate: “Sure, please.” and hand it over to the examiner. “Sure, here it is.” “Yes of course.” Friends this is a simple part and basically your chance to greet the examiner; this will set a pace for the speaking test, hence I highly recommend you relax, be polite and confident. Above all smile and maintain your composure and I am certain you will definitely leave a great impression on your examiner! Please practice these simple steps at home. All the best!
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