Feb 11

FREE English Speaking (Conversation) Club in Cambridge, England (Duolingo Events)

Chris invites you to the Cambridge English FREE Speaking Club (Duolingo Events).

Email Chris: cjworkman17@yahoo.com

Facebook group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/CambridgeEnglishFREE/

Duolingo Events chapter: https://events.duolingo.com/cambridge-english/

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Jan 27

Learn British English Free (video lesson): Reading Practice

Chris reads a BBC article about British and American sarcasm:


Here is the link for the table / meme:


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Jan 13

FREE English Grammar Lesson: hear vs listen to; see vs look at vs watch

Chris explains the difference between English verbs ‘hear’ and ‘listen to'; ‘see’, ‘look at’ and ‘watch':
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Dec 30

Learn British English Free: new year’s resolutions (happy new year 2019)

Happy new year! Chris explains ideas and structures for talking about your goals for the new year.

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Nov 29

Learn British English Free (video): how to say long words

Please listen to Chris give advice about how to say some long words in English:

comfortable /ˈkʌm.ftə.bəl/

memory /ˈmem.ri/

marvellous /ˈmɑː.vləs/

chocolate /ˈtʃɒ.klət/

temperature /ˈtem.prə.tʃər/

magically /ˈmæ.dʒɪ.kli/

actually /ˈæk.tʃə.li/


attached /əˈtætʃt/

Nov 25

English Vocabulary List (25 November 2018)

Please see below for my new vocabulary list. These are advanced words that I am trying to learn and would like to share. There are new entries against ‘lazy’ (near the middle) as well as those at the end.

Remember you can click on blue, underlined words to go to the Cambridge Dictionary page for more information and audio for each term.

Vocabulary List

Nov 19

Learn British English Free (video): ‘annoyed’ and ‘nervous’ vocabulary; pronunciation; subtitles

This free lesson with Chris is about expressions for being annoyed and nervous, with pronunciation and English subtitles (captions).

English vocabulary list.


brassed ‘off /ˌbrɑːs ˈtɒf/

cheesed ‘off /ˌtʃiːz ˈdɒf/

fed ‘up /ˌfe ˈdʌp/

hacked ‘off /ˌhæk ˈtɒf/

‘hangry /ˈhæŋ.ɡri/

het ‘up /ˌhe ˈtʌp/


over’wrought /ˌəʊ.vəˈrɔːt/

‘rattled /ˈræt.əld/

stressed ‘out /ˌstres ˈtaʊt/

strung ‘up /ˌstrʌ ˈŋʌp/

‘twitchy /ˈtwɪtʃ.i/

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Nov 18

English Vocabulary List (18 November 2018)

Please click below for the new English vocabulary list by Chris. Near the bottom, it includes British informal synonyms for ‘annoyed’ and ‘nervous’ which will be the subject of the following video lesson:

English Vocabulary List (18 November 2018)

Nov 11

Learn British English Free: special vocabulary quiz (video)

Chris presents a special quiz about British or American words. Please use subtitles / captions.
For private lessons, please email cjworkman17@yahoo.com
autumn / fall
lift / elevator
soccer / football
trousers / pants
zip code / post code

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Oct 22

Learn British English Free: vocabulary list 7

Please see below for the new English vocabulary list (22 October 2018):

click here

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