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@ Sebastian Omana,
You will find the order of the lessons (from easy to difficult) on my website www.anglo-link.com under 'Exercises'.
To be able to access the lessons, you must first register as a Standard Member.  This is free. After registration, click on 'Exercises' in the top menu bar.
The first 4 (101 - 104) sections cover the Elementary level.  The next 7 sections (105 - 111) cover the Intermediate level.  The last 6 sections (112 - 117) cover the Advanced level.
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I want to chat with anyone to improve my speaking skill,if anyone ready to chat we can make a group on whatsapp,fb messenger or skype.
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@Rabin Regmi
If you know the subject, you can put it at the end of the sentence after 'by'.  But, only do this if the subject is also an important piece of information.
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Here is part 2 of our lesson on indirect/reported speech.
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Hallo,Anglo-Link!
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@ Bhanu Pathak,
The negative is: 'I hope they won't arrive soon.'
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@Leo Charlz
In the expression 'look forward to', 'to' is a preposition.  As you know, a verb after a preposition is always in the gerund form.
Other examples are 'be used to', 'be entitled to', 'commit oneself to'.
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Very nice. Keep going
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Unsure when to use "do", "to do" or "doing"? Then this lesson is for you!
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+Anglo-Link what is the differences between talk or speak?? cheers
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You're welcome.  I'm glad you've enjoyed this lesson.
You will find similar lessons and other practice materials on my website www.anglo-link.com under 'Video Lessons' and 'Exercises'.
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Marsam,
You can find the list of irregular verbs on my website at 
http://www.anglo-link.com/index.php?/essential_elements_2/common_irregular_verbs
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Thank you for this very helpful video.
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Dear All,
If you're interested in having the whole 'Tenses' series as a downloadable course with additional written and oral exercises, then you can buy it at half price ($15) until 12:00 midnight (UTC) on Saturday 31st January 2015 by using this link: https://www.udemy.com/master-english-tenses/?couponCode=CFL4JEL6.
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@Sebastian Dix
Yes, 'them' is the indirect object, because it is preceded by a preposition (with).
'the terms of the contract' is the direct object.
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+syed ak asak Why would you say anything like that, I wonder? Is this how you treat other people as well? You must be very sick. 
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Having difficulties with indirect speech in English? This should help :)
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+Sd Said There is not an easy answer. "Get back" usually means to returning to someplace or some thing that one was doing like work. It can also mean returning into contact. On the phone you might say, "I'll get back to you later."

"Come back" also means returning, but in a different sense. "I am coming back to  see you." Don't use "getting back" here because that implies that you are doing it without any emotional attachment, but rather by some necessity. I know that that is rather inadequate as an explanation. Nuance is hard to convey.

But also, in other cases they may mean the same thing, as in "I am getting(coming) back to Chicago next week."
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