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What are homophones, words that sound similar but have different meanings. They sound similar but their pronunciation differs slightly which confuses a lot of English students and they make some hilarious mistakes while saying these English words. In this English lesson with Meera learn 10 most common hilarious homophones and avoid making these stupid mistakes while speaking English.

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Talking about MONEY in English, Better Than Your Banker - Money Vocabulary - Learn English With Michelle #money #vocabulary #englishwithmichelle
People say Money is an universal language. So, why not learn money vocabulary that would help yo talk about money and currency better than your banker in English. In this English lesson with Michelle you will learn some useful English words that are related to money and currency. Talk confidently in English about Money. We hope this English lesson would help you speak fluent English, do use these words and expressions in your English conversation to speak fluently and confidently.

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How to exit a conversation gracefully & politely? Learn English Phrases for exiting a conversation | English with Niharika

I am sure you have watched many English Lessons about starting a conversation. But, how about exiting a conversation. You cannot abruptly walk out of any conversation. Learn English speaking Phrases that would help you to exit any conversation politely and gracefully.

You are watching this English Lesson on Let’s Talk - A library of more than 1300+ free English speaking videos to speak English fluently and confidently. We have English training videos for Learning Grammar, English conversation in the real world, IELTS speaking test, Tips to improve English communication sills, Improving Pronunciation to speak clear English, American and British English lessons and Accent Training that would help you take your English to the next level.

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Learn English Grammar - Present Perfect Vs Simple Past Tense - What’s the difference | Perfect your spoken English Skills

A lot of beginners in English get confused between present perfect and simple past tense and make some common English mistakes while using these tenses in English.
Present Perfect Tense
Used for unfinished actions that started in the past and continue in the present.
A finished action in someone’s in someone’s life
A finished action with a result in the present
With an unfinished time word ( this week, This month, today)

Past Simple
Finished actions
A finished action in someone's life
A finished action with no result in the present

Remember:
1 We use the past simple for past events or actions which have no connection to the present.
2 We use the present perfect for actions which started in the past and are still happening now OR for finished actions which have a connection to the present.
3 We CAN'T use the present perfect with a finished time word:

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Stop Saying ‘I Messed Up’ - Learn New English Conversation Phrases - English Speaking Lesson With Meera #englishphrases #messedup #englishconversation

Learning English is all about being creative and innovative. In this English speaking lesson with your English teacher Meera, you will learn some new and creative English phrases to say ‘I messed up’. We all make mistakes and just saying Messed up is quite boring an dull. If you want to speak fluent English and add style to your spoken English, these English phrases are great to use in any situation to say ‘You made a mistake’. Let me know in the comments below how you found this English lesson, and which English phrase you would love to use the most.

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Learn English Sentence Starter Phrases - Learn English with Niharika | English Conversation Lesson #learnenglish #englishwithniharika #englishlesson

Starting a sentence in English is always challenging for beginners in English. In this English conversation lesson with Niharika, you will learn some useful English sentence starters that would come handy while to start an English sentence. These sentences are useful in spoken English, writing emails or even essays and stories.

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Rules for Syllable Stress / Word Stress L2 - Improve Your English Pronunciation | English Lesson pronounce correctly. #syllablestress #wordstress #pronunciation

Beginners in English find it difficult to pronounce English words correctly, as the syllable stress / word stress or Sounds in their native Language are different for the sounds in English, hence they often make mistakes while pronouncing English words correctly. This is the Part 2 of the Rules for Syllable stress with Ceema, where you learn how to apply the correct word stress to pronounce English words correctly while speaking English.

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How to use QUESTION TAGS? English Grammar Lesson | Rules & When you should use TAG Questions? #questiontags #tagquestions #englishgrammar

Question tags are short question that are added at the end of sentences, more often in spoken English for many different reasons. There are quite different rules to use question tags that are not difficult to learn for beginners in English. Question tags are of different types - Positive and Negative, Used with Auxiliary verbs, without auxiliary verbs, With Modal verbs, With ‘I’m’ etc. In this English Grammar lesson with Michelle learn how to use them and why you should use them in spoken English.

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