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Confusing English Verbs Been Gone

Confusing English Verbs | Been & Gone

⭐️Improve your English pronunciation and expression by imitating a native English speaker - www.mmmenglish.com/imitation In this lesson, we'll take a closer look at the past participle forms of 'to be' and 'to go' ... Because sometimes, they are exactly the same! Look at these examples: He has been hungry for hours! (verb to be) He has been to Canada twice. (verb to go) 😣😣😣 I want to help you feel more confident when you ...

⭐️Improve your English pronunciation and expression by imitating a native English speaker - www.mmmenglish.com/imitation In this lesson, we'll take a closer look at the past participle forms of 'to be' and 'to go' ... Because sometimes, they are ...

⭐️Improve your English pronunciation and expression by imitating a native English speaker - www.mmmenglish.com/imitation In this lesson, we'll take a closer look ...

Confusing English Verbs | Go & Come

Get your free audiobook 👉www.audibletrial.com/mmmEnglish Improve your listening and pronunciation by LISTENING to English books (and get your first book first book free!) I can already hear you saying... Emma! Go and Come? These verbs are easy! You're right - they are simple verbs. But they actually have very similar meanings. And for that reason, they are often used incorrectly by English learners! In this lesson, we’ll take a close look ...

Get your free audiobook 👉www.audibletrial.com/mmmEnglish Improve your listening and pronunciation by LISTENING to English books (and get your first book first book free!) I can already hear you saying... Emma! Go and Come? These verbs are easy! ...

Get your free audiobook 👉www.audibletrial.com/mmmEnglish Improve your listening and pronunciation by LISTENING to English books (and get your first book first book ...

Power Or Strength? 💪🏼 Confusing English Vocabulary

Power & Strength: These two English words are easy to confuse. Their meaning is very similar, though if used incorrectly they sound strange and unnatural. *Power* relates to energy and an ability to do something *Strength* relates to muscle's ability to do something And both of these words also refer to a mental/emotional ability to do something. And this is where they become a little confusing. But in this lesson, I'll explain the difference between ...

Power & Strength: These two English words are easy to confuse. Their meaning is very similar, though if used incorrectly they sound strange and unnatural. *Power* relates to energy and an ability to do something *Strength* relates to muscle's ability to ...

Power & Strength: These two English words are easy to confuse. Their meaning is very similar, though if used incorrectly they sound strange and unnatural. *Power* ...

Stop Making Mistakes With Relative Clauses! [which & That]

WHICH or THAT... & Relative Clauses! When should you use 'which' and 'that'? Let's talk about it! Practice with Lingoda and get 20% OFF your first purchase here: 👉 bit.ly/EmmaLingodaJuly ⭐️Voucher code: EMMA4 - - - - - - - - - - - - Read the full transcript of this lesson on the mmmEnglish blog here: www.mmmenglish.com/2019/07/19/which-and-that-in-relative-clauses/ Study the 10 MOST COMMON GRAMMAR MISTAKES that English learners make 👉 youtu.be/soN1qPcSDVo #mmmEnglish #...

WHICH or THAT... & Relative Clauses! When should you use 'which' and 'that'? Let's talk about it! Practice with Lingoda and get 20% OFF your first purchase here: 👉 bit.ly/EmmaLingodaJuly ⭐️Voucher code: EMMA4 - - - - - - - - ...

WHICH or THAT... & Relative Clauses! When should you use 'which' and 'that'? Let's talk about it! Practice with Lingoda and get 20% OFF your first purchase ...

How To Use Other & Another Correctly ⭐️ English Lesson!

When should you use OTHER and ANOTHER? These English words are similar (but not the same!) In this lesson, I'll show you how! Watch Next! youtu.be/soN1qPcSDVo 👈 The 10 MOST COMMON GRAMMAR MISTAKES English learners make! Do you make them too? Read the full transcript of this lesson on the mmmEnglish blog! www.mmmenglish.com/2019/08/02/use-other-or-another-correctly/ #mmmEnglish #WhatsTheDifference #GrammarLesson #EnglishGrammar #RelativeClauses #BetterEnglishGrammar #ConfusingEnglish #EnglishLesson #YouTubeTeacher #EnglishWithEmma - - - - - - - - ...

When should you use OTHER and ANOTHER? These English words are similar (but not the same!) In this lesson, I'll show you how! Watch Next! youtu.be/soN1qPcSDVo 👈 The 10 MOST COMMON GRAMMAR MISTAKES English learners make! Do you make ...

When should you use OTHER and ANOTHER? These English words are similar (but not the same!) In this lesson, I'll show you how! Watch Next! ...

When To Use Zero + First Conditional Sentences | Accurate English Grammar

Today, we're focusing on accurate English grammar and lots of practice with Zero and First Conditional sentences! I'll help you to study the difference between them and practice using them in different contexts so you know when to use the 0 and 1st conditional in English! mmmMore Conditional Videos to watch: All conditionals: bit.ly/mmmEnglishConditionals Second Conditional: bit.ly/SecondConditionalSentences Read the full transcript of this lesson on my blog here: www.mmmenglish.com/blog ...

Today, we're focusing on accurate English grammar and lots of practice with Zero and First Conditional sentences! I'll help you to study the difference between them and practice using them in different contexts so you know when to use the 0 ...

Today, we're focusing on accurate English grammar and lots of practice with Zero and First Conditional sentences! I'll help you to study the difference between ...

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