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I’m So Clumsy! | Advanced English Listening Practice

Transcript So I thought today we would do a bit of a listening practice. So we’re just going to listen to me talk a little bit. Feel free to sit back, relax, listen to my voice and analyse the way I speak and also enjoy the story. But first of all, I want to talk about something called clumsiness. Or ...

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Present Perfect

Present Perfect

Present Perfect Definition of the present perfect tense The present perfect is used to indicate a link between the present and the past. The time of the action is before now but not specified, and we are often more interested in the result than in the action itself. BE CAREFUL! There may be a verb tense in your language with ...

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future continuous

Future continuous

Form The future continuous is made up of two elements: the simple future of the verb ‘to be’ + the present participle (base+ing) Subject simple future of the verb ‘to be’ present participle You will be watching I will be staying To stay, future continuous Affirmative Negative Interrogative Negative Interrogative I will be staying. I won’t be staying. Will I ...

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Past continuous tense

Past continuous tense

Past continuous tense Functions of the Past continuous The past continuous describes actions or events in a time before now, which began in the past and is still going on at the time of speaking. In other words, it expresses an unfinished or incomplete action in the past. It is used: Often, to describe the background in a story written ...

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How do I learn irregular verbs effectively?

irregular verbs

How do I learn irregular verbs effectively? Divide the irregular into groups. So it is easier to learn them by heart. We formed 5 groups: all 3 forms are similar Infinitive and Simple Past are similar Infinitive and past participle are similar Simple Past and past participle are similar all 3 forms are different 1. all 3 forms are similar ...

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Police vocabulary

police

  vocabulary part of speech meaning example sentence arrest verb take into police control My partner arrested the man who set fire to the building. assailant noun person who assaults or attacks Did you see the assailant run away? at large, on the loose not caught, running free I’m afraid that the man who robbed the bank is still at ...

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Crime and punishment

crime and punishment

English for Police A crime is a serious offence such as murder or robbery. A punishment is a penalty imposed on somebody who is convicted of a crime. A punishment could be, for example, time in prison or a fine. Example Sentences Questions from law-breakers or suspected criminals Why did you pull me over? Have I done something wrong? Is ...

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The Art Of Effective Communication

Tony Robbins

transcript 0:00 our net subjects is rapport in your 0:11 notes anywhere you want there’s no place 0:12 for just right rapport is power rapport 0:17 is power earlier today we said anything 0:21 you want to achieve anything you want to 0:24 learn master experience there’s somebody 0:28 out there who has a life experience the 0:30 understanding the ...

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