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other meanings of HAVE in English

Other meanings of HAVE in English [Vocabulary Lesson]

Today’s ‘Everyday English’ lesson was inspired by a question a student of mine had. We’re going to talk about other meanings of HAVE in English, because I realized that HAVE can be a pretty complex verb. My student asked me about the sentence, “thanks for having me” because she learned that HAVE is a stative…

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Faux Pas in English American Culture Lesson

Faux Pas: Vocabulary Lesson + American Culture Tips

If you want to travel, or move and live in the United States, there are some things you need to know. The language, of course, is helpful which is why you’re learning with me today and every week. However, there are also behaviors you should be aware of, certain ways you should act and things…

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have not vs do not have

Have not VERSUS Do not Have: What’s the Difference?

Have you ever wondered what the difference between HAVE NOT and DO NOT HAVE was? Do you think you’ve ever confused the two and made a mistake while using English? If you have made the mistake of confusing the two, you’re not alone! In today’s American English lesson, let’s review have not VS do not…

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English expressions for sleep

3 New Ways to Say “I’m going to sleep” in English

Expanding your vocabulary, and learning how to say the same thing in different ways is incredibly important when working on your English fluency. This is not only important for sounding more natural, but will also help you understand more native speakers who use idioms and English expressions. Chances are you’ve already heard phrases like “to…

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English idioms with town

English Idioms with TOWN

I am out of town this week; however, I still want you guys to learn helpful everyday English skills which is why you have this short (but very sweet) video teaching you English idioms with town! As I’ve explained in the past, learning idioms (and expressions) by a theme is a great way to memorize…

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