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Ideas for English listening practice #5: Listen to yourself.
41 unique ways to practice listening to English - the PhraseMix.com blog
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Thank you sir for the strategies.
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What's the difference between 'vacation' and 'holiday'?
Answer to the question "What's the difference between 'vacation' and 'holiday'? " for English language learners - PhraseMix.com
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Thank you for that lucid clarification of some subtle distinctions.
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30 phrases for encouraging someone in English: http://buff.ly/1qfEQcu
Phrase collection for English learners: 30 phrases for encouraging someone in English - PhraseMix.com
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Use this playful phrase when you're comparing stories with a friend:
English lesson from PhraseMix.com: "That one doesn't count!" - You're at a bar with your friend, and the conversation turns to car accidents. You and your friend have both had a lot of accidents, and you start to compare who has been in more. Your friend lists a small accident that he had where he hit a mailbox in front of his house. You say this because you don't think that should be accepted in the comparison because it was too small of an acci...
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Did you know that you can share interesting facts with people in English this way?
English lesson from PhraseMix.com: "Did you know that in Brazil and Peru, voting is compulsory?" - You're talking with a friend about voting. She mentions that not many people vote in the U.S. You've heard of some countries that make all citizens vote. You share this fact with her.
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Say this about people who like things which you don't like: http://buff.ly/1eijqXI
English lesson from PhraseMix.com: "She has such bad taste!" - Your sister likes a really cheesy TV show. She agrees that the show isn't that good, but she likes it anyway.
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How to remember phrasal verbs without mixing them up
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33 English words and phrases for talking about your extended family (with a downloadable graphic!): http://buff.ly/1wSn6Wx
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Ask if someone knows a person that you know from the same town: #English
English lesson from PhraseMix.com: "Do you happen to know a guy by the name of Fred Breedlove?" - You're talking to someone at a party. He tells you that he grew up in a small town. You know one person from that town, so you ask whether this person knows him.
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Complain about the selection on TV in English using this phrase:
English lesson from PhraseMix.com: "There's nothing good on right now." - You're changing the channels on the TV and looking for something to watch, but nothing looks interesting. You say this to yourself.
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This is what a waiter or host at a nice restaurant says when your table is ready:
English lesson from PhraseMix.com: "Party of 6, right this way." - You're eating out at a restaurant with 5 of your friends. After you check in with the host and wait for a few minutes, the host invites you to follow him to your seats. He says this.
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Do you own a home? Is it a lot of trouble to maintain? http://buff.ly/1hxG8wl
English lesson from PhraseMix.com: "Home ownership is more trouble than it's worth." - You own a house. You've had to spend a lot of time and money on repairs, taxes, and your mortgage. Now you'd rather rent an apartment instead. Complaining, you say this to a friend.
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