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Sigrid explains - The Weather - Part 3 View Series View This Episode

Difficulty: difficulty - Newbie Newbie

USA

In this lesson, we'll talk about the weather in the future. One way to express the future is with "going to": "It's going to rain." The second way is with "will": "It will rain." You will hear both in this video, so keep your eyes and ears open!

Sigrid explains - The Weather - Part 2 View Series View This Episode

Difficulty: difficulty - Newbie Newbie

USA

This time, let's talk about the weather in the past using nouns, verbs, and adjectives. If we use the past tense, we can talk about yesterday, last week, last month, or even last year.

Sigrid explains - The Weather - Part 1 View Series View This Episode

Difficulty: difficulty - Newbie Newbie

USA

There's more than one way to talk about the weather. In part 1 of this lesson, we talk about it in the present. We use nouns, verbs, and adjectives to describe the weather.

University of Cambridge - What is 3D printing?

Difficulty: difficulty - Adv-Intermediate Adv-Intermediate

United Kingdom

There is a lot of talk about how 3D printing could revolutionize the way that we make stuff. But what is 3D printing and how does 3D printing allow us to make almost anything from nothing? Professor Tim Minshall, Head of the Institute for Manufacturing at the University of Cambridge, explains it in this video, which is targeted at school-age students.

English with Amy - Learning tips with Yabla

Difficulty: difficulty - Intermediate Intermediate

USA

What exactly is it that makes Yabla such a fun and effective language learning tool? Amy explains what she enjoys about using Yabla, and how we can gain the most from the experience.

Sigrid explains - Traffic - Part 2 View Series View This Episode

Difficulty: difficulty - Newbie Newbie

USA

When we talk about traffic, it's not only about cars and trucks. We can talk about people on bicycles or on foot, too. They have some special rules to follow, especially in the city.

Sigrid explains - Traffic - Part 1 View Series View This Episode

Difficulty: difficulty - Newbie Newbie

USA

Many of us have to deal with traffic on a daily basis. Here's how to talk about it in English, include expressions such as "traffic jam," "bumper-to-bumper," and "bottleneck."

Sigrid explains - Looking at Verbs in the Ugly Duckling - Part 4 View Series View This Episode

Difficulty: difficulty - Beginner Beginner

USA

Sometimes it's hard to know how to pronounce the "-ed" ending of a regular verb in the past tense. Here are plenty of examples, taken from the story of the Ugly Duckling.

Luana and Austin - Packing their Suitcases View Series

Difficulty: difficulty - Beginner Beginner

USA

In order to not forget anything, Luana and Austin have made a list of the clothes and other items they need to pack. Austin reads the list while Luana gathers the items, and then they discuss their strategy for getting to the airport on time.

Sigrid explains - Looking at Verbs in the Ugly Duckling - Part 3 View Series View This Episode

Difficulty: difficulty - Beginner Beginner

USA

In English, we use a lot of phrasal verbs. Let's see how they work using some examples from the story of the Ugly Duckling.

Luana and Austin - Booking a Trip View Series

Difficulty: difficulty - Beginner Beginner

USA

Booking a room by phone in a new language can be a challenge. This video will show you some typical questions you'll be asked, and how you can answer them.

Sigrid explains - Looking at Verbs in the Ugly Duckling - Part 2 View Series View This Episode

Difficulty: difficulty - Newbie Newbie

USA

Sigrid looks at the regular and irregular verbs in part one of her rendition of The Ugly Duckling. As you listen, you can pause whenever necessary in order to practice the pronunciation of the conjugated verbs.

English Grammar Lesson - English Sentence Structure - Part 8 View Series View This Episode

Difficulty: difficulty - Beginner Beginner

United Kingdom, USA

Relative pronouns such as “who,” “which,” or “what” can link two “relative clauses.” Gina and Olivier review what we have learned and give us some final tips on studying English sentence structure.

English Grammar Lesson - English Sentence Structure - Part 7 View Series View This Episode

Difficulty: difficulty - Beginner Beginner

United Kingdom, USA

This video will show you, in simple terms, the difference between an independent (or "main") clause and a dependent (or "subordinate") clause. It's important to remember than a dependent clause depends on the independent clause, and does not make sense on its own.

Sigrid - Enough is Enough - Part 3 View Series View This Episode

Difficulty: difficulty - Beginner Beginner

USA

Lots of English words can serve as nouns, verbs, or adjectives depending on the context. Sometimes even the pronunciation changes. Let's look at the slogan "Black Lives Matter" in both a grammatical and historical context.

English Grammar Lesson - English Sentence Structure - Part 6 View Series View This Episode

Difficulty: difficulty - Beginner Beginner

United Kingdom, USA

A sentence can be formed from multiple independent clauses, and could in theory go on forever! But is this really a good idea? Olivier and Gina offer us some helpful guidelines.

Sigrid - Enough is Enough - Part 2 View Series View This Episode

Difficulty: difficulty - Newbie Newbie

USA

We keep seeing the "Black Lives Matter" slogan all around — what's it all about? Well, it's a long story. Here's part of the story in a nutshell.

Sigrid - Enough is Enough - Part 1 View Series View This Episode

Difficulty: difficulty - Newbie Newbie

USA

What a time to be learning English! Things are happening quickly in the United States and history is being made right now, so don't miss out on the words and expressions you need to know.

English Grammar Lesson - English Sentence Structure - Part 5 View Series View This Episode

Difficulty: difficulty - Beginner Beginner

United Kingdom, USA

In this video, we learn how words called “conjunctions” are used to join two ideas to make one complex sentence. These parts are known as "clauses" and can be either independent or dependent.

English Grammar Lesson - English Sentence Structure - Part 4 View Series View This Episode

Difficulty: difficulty - Beginner Beginner

United Kingdom, USA

Using adjectives and adverbs, we can add detail and information to a basic sentence.

English Grammar Lesson - English Sentence Structure - Part 3 View Series View This Episode

Difficulty: difficulty - Beginner Beginner

United Kingdom, USA

By adding a complement, we can form a complete sentence that is both grammatically correct and communicates meaning.

English Grammar Lesson - English Sentence Structure - Part 2 View Series View This Episode

Difficulty: difficulty - Beginner Beginner

United Kingdom, USA

Some verbs don't require an object, while others do. In this video, we learn when a sentence is complete, and when we need to add more words.

English Grammar Lesson - English Sentence Structure - Part 1 View Series View This Episode

Difficulty: difficulty - Beginner Beginner

United Kingdom, USA

In this lesson, you can learn about sentence structure in English.
You’ll learn how to construct all kinds of sentences in English, from the simplest possible sentences, to long, complex sentences that contain many different ideas.

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