Jan 22

www.learnbritishenglish.co.uk : how to become a member

Chris shows you how to become a member on www.learnbritishenglish.co.uk for only £2 per month.

Please click here to become a member: http://www.learnbritishenglish.co.uk/become-a-member/

Please click here for the example lesson about news in Cambridge (2016).

Please click here for my example lesson of “The Crown” (episode 1).

Jan 15

Chris’s British English Poem (Part A)

Hello to you and don’t be skittish;
I’m not scatty; I’m just British.
We have fab words – one is “bloody”,
so is “mate” – but don’t say “buddy”.
You’re leaving forever? I’ll “see you later”.
Use the lift – not the elevator.
Sports are best played in your kit.
It won’t be ace if you blag it.
Learn this poem 100%
and improve your British accent.

Jan 14

Bell CELTA Cambridge Pass B Teacher Official Certicate

I am pleased to present my official certificate from Bell Cambridge for my Pass B grade on their CELTA course.

Please contact me for private lessons: cjworkman17@yahoo.com

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Jan 08

Learn British English Free (video lesson): “The Crown” (Episode 1)

Please click here for my PDF document where I’ve written the explanation for each piece of vocabulary.


Jan 08

English Idiom: to not lose sleep over something (visual)

A very common English idiom:


Jan 05

Learn English Grammar: you can’t imagine… (visual)

I think this is a useful one; used specially to emphasise how we are / how we’re feeling:


Jan 02

Learn British English Free: 2017 (pronunciation video)

How to say 2017 in English:

Two-thousand and seventeen (formal)

Twenty-seventeen (informal)


Dec 30

Learn English Grammar: as [adjective] as [something]

Some easy examples of the form: as [adjective] as (a / an) [noun]


Dec 29

As [Something] as a Potato (visual)


Dec 20

Learn British English Free: Uncountable Nouns

Please see the visual for some of the most common uncountable nouns in English with examples of use with quantifiers:


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