Talking about Sleep – Vocabulary lesson

In this video we look at English vocabulary related to sleep. https://youtu.be/6cOwBYY9M40 The words and phrases are: Did you sleep well? Yes, I did, no, I didn’t. to get sleep I got a lot of sleep - I didn’t get much sleep to yawn mattress - firm or soft sheets duvet blankets pillow fall asleep … Continue reading Talking about Sleep – Vocabulary lesson

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Speak English with a British Accent PART 4 – The Chaos (English Pronunciation poem G. Nolst Trenite)

English pronunciation can be difficult. There are many different ways to pronounce the same groups of letters. In this video I look at an amazing poem 'The Chaos' which highlights many example of words which look similar but sound different. https://youtu.be/tFk9JwC9ouM Here is the fourth verse Ivy, privy, famous; clamour And enamour rhyme with hammer. … Continue reading Speak English with a British Accent PART 4 – The Chaos (English Pronunciation poem G. Nolst Trenite)

Speak English with a British Accent PART 3 – The Chaos (English Pronunciation poem G. Nolst Trenite)

English pronunciation can be difficult. There are many different ways to pronounce the same groups of letters. In this video I look at an amazing poem 'The Chaos' which highlights many example of words which look similar but sound different. This will help your English pronunciation and help you to speak English with a British … Continue reading Speak English with a British Accent PART 3 – The Chaos (English Pronunciation poem G. Nolst Trenite)

Speak English with a British Accent – PART 2 – The Chaos (English Pronunciation poem G. Nolst Trenite)

Welcome to part 2 of this series looking at English pronunciation and spelling. https://youtu.be/Uq5BeWYjW3k English pronunciation can be difficult. There are many different ways to pronounce the same groups of letters. In this video I look at an amazing poem 'The Chaos' which highlights many example of words which look similar but sound different. This … Continue reading Speak English with a British Accent – PART 2 – The Chaos (English Pronunciation poem G. Nolst Trenite)