Jan 30

British English vs American English: Questions

 

BrE AmE Questions

Jan 26

British vs American English Word Stress (visual)

 

Please see this excellent visual with colour showing word stress in British and U.S. pronunciation of English words:

BrE vs AmE Stress

Jan 26

Free English Video: Tongue Twisters

 

English Tongue Twisters
“She sells sea shells by the sea shore.”
“Not these things here, but those things there.”
“Red lorry, yellow lorry, red lorry, yellow lorry…”
“If two witches were watching two watches, which witch would watch which watch?”

 

Jan 25

British Pronunciation vs U.S. Pronunciation – free video

 

British pronunciation vs U.S. pronunciation of two tricky words:

“Innovative”

“Aluminium”

 

Jan 20

Learn British English: Food & Stereotypes (free video)

 

In order to understand this lesson, please click this link to read along with the visual I will be discussing:

 

Jan 18

Learn British English: “Eminently Useful Words” (free video)

 

Word Warriors’ 2015 List of “eminently useful words”.

 

Please read the original article here:

 

Jan 18

Learn British English: Food & Stereotypes (visual)

 

Food and Stereotypes - Jo

Jan 15

“Ten Most Common British Slang Words” – free English video

 

Bare

Means: Much/many

 

Blud

Means: Friend

 

Choong

Very attractive

 

Cotch

To relax

 

Hench

Strong or tough

 

Merk

To insult

 

Nang

Good or great

 

Inna

Nosey

 

Tick

Excellent

 

Tings

Object or person

 

Jan 10

“Typo” – English Slang Vocabulary

 

“Typo” – English slang vocabulary:

Typo JPEG

Jan 10

Learn English: British Dog Breeds & Vocabulary

 

English dogs vocabulary (more below this photo):

dogs - english

 

Scottish dogs:

dogs - scottish

 

Welsh dogs:

dogs - welsh

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