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  • 07:01 Ask Misterduncan 14

    Ask Misterduncan 14

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    Questions in this episode: Are there any differences between "must", "should", "ought" and "have"? Where does the music you use in your lessons come from? What are the differences between British and American English, when it comes to grammar? What are th

  • 12:46 Ask Misterduncan 17

    Ask Misterduncan 17

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    Questions in this episode: - How important are collocations in spoken and written English? - How do we use the word "let" in a sentence? - Do you have a question for Misterduncan?

  • 07:38 Ask Misterduncan 2

    Ask Misterduncan 2

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    In this episode Misterduncan will discuss on three questions below: - What is the difference between "by me" and "by myself"? - How do I speak English with confidence and speed and who do I practice with? - How do I use "I N G "? - How do I use prepositio

  • 14:20 Ask Misterduncan 29

    Ask Misterduncan 29

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    This week, Misterduncan comes to us in winter clothes. Here are important contents in this clip: - Can we change a present continuous sentence into a passive voice?- What are the differences between "have to" and "must", "will" and "shall"?- The word of t

  • 08:06 Popular Common Mistakes in English, Lesson 1 - Advise/Recommend/Suggest

    Common Mistakes in English, Lesson 1 - Advise/Recommend/Suggest

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    In this lesson I address three verbs that often cause confusion: advise, recommend, and suggest. We explore the differences in meaning, usage, and grammar. Level: high intermediate.

  • 10:57 Common Mistakes in English, Lesson 2 - Think

    Common Mistakes in English, Lesson 2 - Think

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    In this lesson we focus on differences in meaning when the verb "think" is used in the simple present and present progressive. Level: intermediate.

  • 06:38 Common Mistakes in English, Lesson 3a - Requests

    Common Mistakes in English, Lesson 3a - Requests

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    This is the first part of Lesson 3, in which we focus on making appropriate requests. This segment looks at the imperative. Level: intermediate - advanced.

  • 08:11 Common Mistakes in English, Lesson 3b - Requests

    Common Mistakes in English, Lesson 3b - Requests

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    This is the second part of Lesson 3, in which we focus on making appropriate requests. This segment looks at the use of questions and implied requests. Level: intermediate - advanced.

  • 09:06 Common Mistakes in English, Lesson 3c - Requests

    Common Mistakes in English, Lesson 3c - Requests

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    This is the third and final part of Lesson 3, in which we focus on making appropriate requests. This segment looks at special requests and written requests. Level: intermediate - advanced.

  • 05:06 Common Mistakes in English, Lesson 4a - WISH and HOPE

    Common Mistakes in English, Lesson 4a - WISH and HOPE

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    This is a lesson on WISH and HOPE in four parts. In this first part we consider the basic differences in meaning and focus on the uses of HOPE. Level: High Intermediate to Advanced.

  • 05:50 Common Mistakes in English, Lesson 4b - WISH and HOPE

    Common Mistakes in English, Lesson 4b - WISH and HOPE

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    This is the second part of our lesson on WISH and HOPE. We now focus on the uses of WISH. Level: High Intermediate to Advanced.

  • 03:10 Common Mistakes in English, Lesson 4c - WISH and HOPE

    Common Mistakes in English, Lesson 4c - WISH and HOPE

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    This is the third part of our lesson on WISH and HOPE. More practice is offered to check your comprehension of the grammatical differences between WISH and HOPE. Level: High Intermediate to Advanced.

  • 06:39 Common Mistakes in English, Lesson 4d - WISH and HOPE

    Common Mistakes in English, Lesson 4d - WISH and HOPE

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    This is the fourth and final part of our lesson on WISH and HOPE. We now look at common expresions with WISH and HOPE and end with an exercise to check your comprehension. Level: High Intermediate to Advanced.

  • 09:29 Popular Common Mistakes in English, Lesson 8, Part 1 - USED TO

    Common Mistakes in English, Lesson 8, Part 1 - USED TO

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    Topic: Common mistakes with the expressions USED TO and BE USED TO. This is a lesson in two parts. In Part 2, we look at GET USED TO. Level: intermediate to advanced.

  • 10:27 English Grammar, Lesson 1 - Preferences

    English Grammar, Lesson 1 - Preferences

    by Admin Added 1,059 Views / 4 Likes

    Topic: Expressing preferences using PREFER, WOULD PREFER, and WOULD RATHER.This was one of my earliest videos. The original formatting made it difficult to watch. Please enjoy the new formatting.

  • 10:58 English Grammar, Lesson 17 - Phrasal Verbs (Introduction)

    English Grammar, Lesson 17 - Phrasal Verbs (Introduction)

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    Topic: Phrasal verbs. This is an introduction to phrasal verbs (two-part verbs/ multi-word verbs/ particle verbs). Level: intermediate to advanced. The presentation has been created for upper level students, who most likely have already studied this topic

  • 15:16 English Grammar, Lesson 18 - Phrasal Verbs (Structure)

    English Grammar, Lesson 18 - Phrasal Verbs (Structure)

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    Topic: The structure of phrasal verbs. This is the second of a series of lessons on phrasal verbs (also called two-part verbs, particle verbs, and a number of other names). I explain how phrasal verbs can be transitive or intransitive as well as separable

  • 15:00 English Grammar, Lesson 19 - Phrasal Verbs (Pronunciation)

    English Grammar, Lesson 19 - Phrasal Verbs (Pronunciation)

    by Admin Added 548 Views / 1 Likes

    Topic: Pronunciation patterns of phrasal verbs. Level: Advanced. This lesson shows how grammar and pronunciation are related. The stress patterns used for phrasal verbs are guided by sentence structure. Learn three common patterns and achieve more natural

  • 16:40 English Grammar, Lesson 20 - Phrasal Verbs and Compound Words

    English Grammar, Lesson 20 - Phrasal Verbs and Compound Words

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    Topic: Compound words (nouns and adjectives) formed from phrasal verbs. Special attention is given to the pronunciation of the compound words (stress patterns). Level: high intermediate to advanced.

  • 13:07 English Grammar, Lesson 26 - Modal Verbs to Express Past Possibilities

    English Grammar, Lesson 26 - Modal Verbs to Express Past Possibilities

    by Admin Added 423 Views / 0 Likes

    TOPIC: Modal verbs to express possibilities in the past ("must have gone"). Levels: Upper Intermediate to Advanced.

  • 15:29 English Grammar, Lesson 27 - Gerund and Infinitives

    English Grammar, Lesson 27 - Gerund and Infinitives

    by Admin Added 445 Views / 0 Likes

    This version HAS CAPTIONS (subtitles). For the version with NO CAPTIONS, use link below: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U35oL5hX7m8TOPIC: A brief review of what gerunds and infinitives are, followed by a study of gerunds and infinitives as direct objects

  • 09:30 English Grammar, Lesson 2a - Conditionals

    English Grammar, Lesson 2a - Conditionals

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    This is the first of several lessons on conditionals. In this lesson we begin with factual conditionals in the present. Level: intermediate - high intermediate.

  • 07:15 English Grammar, Lesson 2b - Conditionals

    English Grammar, Lesson 2b - Conditionals

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    This is the second lesson on conditionals. There is a review and expansion on present factual conditionals, and then we move on to look at factual conditionals in the future. Level: intermediate - high intermediate.

  • 03:07 English Grammar, Lesson 2c - Conditionals

    English Grammar, Lesson 2c - Conditionals

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    This is the third lesson on conditionals. In this segment we look at conditional statements with "unless." Level: high intermediate.

  • 09:28 English Grammar, Lesson 2d - Conditionals

    English Grammar, Lesson 2d - Conditionals

    by Admin Added 514 Views / 1 Likes

    This is the fourth lesson on conditionals. In this lesson we turn our attention to unreal conditional statements in the present time. Level: high intermediate - advanced.

  • 09:23 English Grammar, Lesson 2e - Conditionals

    English Grammar, Lesson 2e - Conditionals

    by Admin Added 472 Views / 1 Likes

    This is the fifth lesson on conditionals. It will be presented in 2 parts. This first part is mainly explanation of form and use of unreal conditionals in the past. Level: high intermediate - advanced. Dear Viewers: Yes, I did make the mistake of calling

  • 08:48 English Grammar, Lesson 2f - Conditionals

    English Grammar, Lesson 2f - Conditionals

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    This fifth lesson on conditionals is presented in 2 parts. This is the second part, and we review form and use of unreal conditionals in the past. Exercises invite students to practice using this structure.Level: high intermediate - adavanced.

  • 16:58 English Grammar, Lesson 30 - Stative Passive

    English Grammar, Lesson 30 - Stative Passive

    by Admin Added 647 Views / 0 Likes

    Topic: A review of the passive and study of the stative passive. LEVEL: High intermediate - advanced.

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