Rob: Hello welcome to 6 Minute English. I’m Rob. Neil: And I’ m Neil. Rob: Now Neil, can you remember the first time you ever used the World Wide Web or as we often call it, the internet, and what you used it for? Neil: Oh that’s a good question.
Hi. Welcome back to www.engvid.com. I’m Adam. Today’s lesson is for those of you who will be taking the TOEFL test. And, as usual, when I do a lesson about the English tests, I will speak at a more natural pace, a little bit faster than usual. If you’re a
I’ve had some requests to go over the pronunciation of various contractions. So, let’s start with the ‘to be’ contractions, as in I am, you are, we are. First, I’m. It’s one syllable, the ‘ai’ as in ‘buy’ diphthong and the M consonant sound. I’m here, I’m here. You are,
Hello and welcome, everyone. Please enable “English — Chris” captions to read my dialogue and get the website links on your screen. OK? Are we ready? This is Chris from England and this is a short video to give you some news about a few new websites I’ve created to
Hello, everyone welcome to the LangFocus channel. My name is Paul. Today I’m going to be talking about a language learning tool called Memrise. I Tend to be a traditional kind of learner I focus on using text books on audio listening materials and on communicating with native speakers. Those
Today we are going to look again at one of your comments about the international phonetic alphabet. Bryan Zhang says: “IPA? That’s useless and unnecessary.” In a way Brian you are absolutely right. IPA is not necessary for learning English. Most native speakers don’t know anything about it. It is