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5 Hidden American gems - What’s up? When we think about the United States, what tends to spring to mind? New York? Los Angeles? Las Vegas? Probably one of these or perhaps the Statue of Liberty or the Grand Canyon. America, however, has so much more to offer than just huge overpopulated cities. Today we are going to have a look at some smaller cities which are hidden gems in their own right that should try to be visited before they become too busy and lose their charm. Austin, Texas Texas i...

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Ep. 68 Question Words | ABA On Air - Hey everyone! Are you looking forward to today's podcast? Today you're going to learn about question words in English and when and how to use them. Have a listen to the podcast to make sure you're using them correctly. Connect with us: Blog - http://abaenglish.com/blog Facebook - http://facebook.com/abaenglish Twitter - http://twitter.com/abaenglish Youtube - http://youtube.com/abaenglish See you soon!

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Present perfect continuous - Hi everyone! A very important tense used in English is the “present perfect continuous” tense. By now you should all know how to use the “present perfect” tense which was studied in unit 85 of the ABA course. If not, just go back and take a look at it to refresh your memory. The present perfect continuous is used to talk about how long something has happened or how long something has been happening until the present time. It talks about an action or situation wh...

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Top 10 phrasal verbs with “take” - Hello everyone! We all know and love phrasal verbs, don’t we? The only tricky thing for a non-native speaker is using them in the correct way and understanding their meanings. There are thousands of different phrasal verbs in English, but we are going to look at 10 phrasal verbs starting with “take.” Let’s learn some phrasal verbs! Take apart – to disassemble something often with the intention of fixing it Kevin took apart his mobile phone and fixed the pr...

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Ep. 67 Questions With Want | ABA on Air - Hey everyone! How are you all? Today's podcast is going to teach you how to form questions with the verb "to want" in English. Give it a listen to learn something new. Connect with us: Blog - http://abaenglish.com/blog Facebook - http://facebook.com/abaenglish Twitter - http://twitter.com/abaenglish Youtube - http://youtube.com/abaenglish See you soon!

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5 Places you wouldn’t believe speak English - What’s up everyone? If we asked you to say a country where English is widely spoken, you would most likely say “Great Britain” or “The United States”, but there are many more countries in the world that have a great level of English or even list English as one of the official languages. In today’s post we’re going to take a look at 5 countries where English is an official language or is very widely used, so you can travel there with peace of min...

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Ep. 66 Gerunds | Gerunds - Hey everyone! What's new? The gerund form of verbs is used a lot more in English than in other languages which makes it very important to know how to use them correctly in English. Have a listen to today's podcast to improve your knowledge of them. Connect with us: Blog - http://abaenglish.com/blog Facebook - http://facebook.com/abaenglish Twitter - http://twitter.com/abaenglish Youtube - http://youtube.com/abaenglish See you soon!

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How to use “ever” & “how long” - Hello again ABA friends! Let’s look at two very common expressions in the English language: Ever How long Both these expressions are very important to learn and master, especially if you want to form question correctly in English. Let’s start with the expression “ever” Have you ever been to Japan? Yes, I have The expression “ever” is used in questions and has the same meaning as “up until now.” Notice that the form we are using ever with is the present perfe...

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Eating out in English - Imagine the following situation: you’re on holiday and you feel like giving local fare a try. You choose a good restaurant, you open the menu and you unintentionally order something that wasn’t what you thought it would be. Has this ever happened to you? It’s a fairly common situation, which happens as a result of not understanding the menu and the embarrassment of asking the waiter to explain what each dish actually is. More often than not, we spend English classes ...

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Apostrophes and Possessive Pronouns - This post originally appeared on the Magoosh TOEFL blog. Today we will look at the way apostrophes are used with possessive pronouns… or rather how they aren’t used, in most cases. For the most common pronouns in the English language, you do not use an apostrophe to note possession. Instead, these common pronouns change other aspects of their spelling and word form when they become possessive. Below is a chart of the eight most common pronouns in Englis...
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