Mr. Duncan has just released us the episode #35 of Ask Misterduncan video clips. We have following questions in this video during 19 minutes:
- What are the differences between "recently" and "latterly"?
- Prepositions are so confusing, can you explain the uses of "to" and "for"?
- Can you explain the uses of "who", "whose" and "who's"?
- Word of the week: paraphernalia
- How do I make my voice stronger and clearer?
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