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airport vocabulary in english

Airport Vocabulary in English

Do you have an upcoming vacation? Have you ever felt lost in an airport trying to use your English? Today’s lesson will give you the most important airport vocabulary in English to help you on your next trip! You’re going to learn the words naturally in context as I explain the meaning with examples. This…

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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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computer and technical English Vocabulary

Important Computer and Technical English Vocabulary

I’ve been hacked! The great news is that I can now use this as an opportunity to teach you important and incredibly useful English vocabulary. I realized, while on hold with Apple support, that many words were used that could be unknown or new to an English learner. That is why today we are talking…

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object and subject questions in English

Object VS Subject Questions in English

If you’ve been following English Outside the Box the past couple of weeks, you have been reviewing a lot of information about questions. We’ve talked about the basic structure of questions, embedded and indirect questions, and maybe you have wondered about the difference between object and subject questions in English. So, to close “question month”, let’s compare…

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embedded questions in english

How to Use Embedded Questions in English

I am not sure if you’ve studied embedded questions in English before. Can you tell me in the comments what confusions you have about embedded questions? I am wondering how much you have studied them… I also hope that you realized this lesson has already begun and includes 3 examples of embedded questions above. Do you…

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