8 Cultural Differences between Native Speakers and English Learners

8 Cultural Differences between Native Speakers and English Learners

Hmm. Doo-doo-doo-doo-doo. Hi. James from engVid. I’ve often said that learning language, a foreign language is great. In this case, you’re learning English, so congratulations. But a lot of students, they learn the language, and they kind of forget about the culture, like it doesn’t really matter. Being an English speaker, I was born in […]

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How to use THOUGH in daily English conversation

How to use THOUGH in daily English conversation

Hi, I’m Vanessa from SpeakEnglishWithVanessa.com. How can you use the word “though”? Let’s talk about it. In this English lesson you’re going to learn how native English speakers use the word “though” in daily conversations. You’re also going to learn a common mistake that English learners often make with the word “though”. And then we’re […]

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8 Ways to USE English while living in the USA

8 Ways to USE English while living in the USA

Hi, I’m Vanessa from SpeakEnglishWithVanessa.com. Are you living in the US or another English-speaking country but you still don’t have many opportunities to use English? Let’s talk about it. If you live in the US, England, Australia, or another English-speaking country, you probably know that just because you live in an English-speaking country doesn’t guarantee […]

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20 MORE Words Brits and Americans Say Differently

20 MORE Words Brits and Americans Say Differently

Brits and Americans are joined by a common language, but there are many many differences. Today we are going to look at 20 more words that we say differently. All that is coming right up after we meet another Eat Sleep Dreamer. In my last lesson about British and American English we looked at words […]

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How to Pronounce THE: English Pronunciation Lesson

How to Pronounce THE: English Pronunciation Lesson

Vanessa: Hi, I’m Vanessa from SpeakEnglishWithVanessa.com. Are you ready to correctly pronounce an important word? Th-uh, th-ee, th-uh, how do I pronounce it? Let’s talk about it. Vanessa: I remember standing in front of a classroom of 25 Korean kids, about nine years old, and they were reading a story around the room. One of […]

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Thanksgiving Prep – U.S. Culture & English Vocabulary with JenniferESL

Thanksgiving Prep – U.S. Culture & English Vocabulary with JenniferESL

You all likely know that the highlight of Thanksgiving is the holiday meal. But what happens the day before Thanksgiving? In this video, I’ll give you a look into the preparations for the big feast. Thanksgiving is on a Thursday. So the weekend before Thanksgiving, I go to the grocery store and I buy a […]

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Phrasal Verb : Cut Out – Learn English + American Culture | TIPSY YAK

Phrasal Verb : Cut Out – Learn English + American Culture | TIPSY YAK

Hey Friends! Thanks for hanging out with me again today! Go grab yourself a drink. Today, I’m drinking a mojito. And, a mojito is: rum, with sparkling water, and crushed up mint, a little lime juice and a little bit of simple syrup or sugar. It is really good, so I’m drinking it. Much more […]

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Father’s Day Vocabulary: Dad, Papa and other words in English – U.S. Culture

Father’s Day Vocabulary: Dad, Papa and other words in English – U.S. Culture

What do you call your father? What words are used in your language? Do any of these words look familiar? When I was a little girl, I called my father “Daddy.” As I got older, I simply said “Dad.” When I talk about him now, I say “my dad” or “my father.” “My father” sounds […]

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