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Are you used to speaking English? English for Intermediate students. Lesson 1

  • December 26, 2015
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Used to something/to do something vs get (be) used to something/to doing something In English, we have two kinds of phrasal constructions with “used.” Let’s study the first one – “used to do.” We need it to show that we did something in the past on a regular basis, but that was finished in the…

Do you have enough time? English for Beginners: Lesson 4

  • December 25, 2015
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Today we are going to learn the verb “have” and the verbal construction “have got.” I want to encourage you: native speakers use both variants interchangeably. Our goal is to find the use of the verb “have” and the verbal construction “have got.” As usual, we start from conjugation of the verb: I have =…

English for Beginners, Lesson 3. Homework

  • December 24, 2015
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One of my students asked me to add some homework to practice more. I hope that you will not mind. I will try to add some words to learn from the previous lessons. If this sounds easy to you, imagine that tomorrow we are going to have a class and I am going to ask you…

To be or not to be? English for Beginners: Lesson 3

  • December 23, 2015
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Today we will learn the verb to be in Present Simple tense. Let’s look through its conjugation. I am = I’m You are = You’re We are = We’re They are = They’re She is = She’s He is = He’s It is = It’s When do we use the verb to be? When we want…

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