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The Seasons - Winter

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USA

Catch up on winter vocabulary with Sigrid. It's also a great chance to practice words with "W," since there are plenty associated with winter.

David Bowie - Space Oddity View Series

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United Kingdom

"Space Oddity" remains one of David Bowie's most famous songs. Inspired by Stanley Kubrick's film "2001: A Space Odyssey" (1968), it is about the launch of Major Tom, a fictional astronaut.

Talking About People - Personalities

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USA

We can use nouns, verbs, or adjectives to describe someone's personality. Sigrid shows us how to describe someone with a strong personality.

S.O.S. pronunciation - woman-women

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USA

Here's how to pronounce a very important noun with an unusual plural!

Parts of Speech - Possessive Pronouns - Part 3 View Series

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USA

True possessive pronouns can stand alone. They replace both the noun and its possessive adjective or determiner. These pronouns are very handy in introductions and conversations about favorites.

Parts of Speech - Possessive Pronouns - Part 2 View Series

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USA

Sigrid takes us through the different persons using dependent possessive pronouns, also called possessive adjectives or possessive determiners. These little words are important when talking about names, your possessions, family and friends, characteristics, jobs, favorite things and just about everything else.

Nespresso - Change Nothing View Series

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Actor George Clooney exchanges a few innocent words with a woman at a coffee bar, little aware that there might be serious consequences. Find out how serious he is about his Nespresso.

Parts of Speech - Possessive Pronouns - Part 1 View Series

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USA

Sigrid talks about the difference between possessive nouns and other possessive words such as possessive determiners or articles like "my" and "your."

Parts of Speech - Object Pronouns View Series

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USA

Sigrid reviews the object pronouns: "me," "you," "him," "her," "it," "us," "you," and "them."

Parts of Speech - Subject Pronouns View Series

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USA

Sigrid reviews the subject pronouns "I," "you," "he," "she," "it," "we," "you," and "they."

Parts of Speech - Introduction View Series

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USA Northeast

Here's a quick summary of the different kinds of words we have in the English language and what they are used for.

Sigrid explains - Numbers - Part 2 View Series

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USA

Ordinal numbers help us put things in order or in a sequence. Sigrid teaches us the suffixes we use to turn cardinal numbers into ordinal ones.

Sigrid explains - Numbers - Part 1 View Series

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USA

Sigrid explains what cardinal numbers are and gives us some writing and pronunciation tips.

English Grammar in Use - Past Simple View Series

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United Kingdom

Anna explains how to use the past simple tense. She talks about regular and irregular verbs, and about using the verb "to do" in questions and negative statements.

The Alphabet - the Letter Z View Series View This Episode

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USA Northeast

Sigrid finishes the alphabet with "Z," covering words like "zone" and "zebra," but also the useful suffix "-ize."

The Alphabet - the Letter Y View Series View This Episode

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USA

"Y" is a tricky letter because it's both a consonant and a vowel. As a vowel, it has different sounds. Don't worry. But hey, maybe keep your eye on the "Y." Don't let it fly away.

The Alphabet - the Letter X View Series View This Episode

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USA

"X" is a special letter in that we often use it by itself. It's useful in a lot of situations. In the middle of a word, however, it can be pronounced in a few different ways.

The Alphabet - the Letter W View Series View This Episode

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USA

"W" is a consonant, but it is very vowel-like and is considered a "semi-vowel." "W" is featured in plenty of important words, and it combines with other letters to make some new sounds.

The Alphabet - the Letter V View Series View This Episode

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USA

"V" is a voiced consonant. "Voice" starts with "V." We make the sound with the upper teeth lightly touching the lower lip, like "F" but with the voice, too. It vibrates. The verb "to vibrate" also starts with "V." That should make it easy to remember.

The Alphabet - the Letter U View Series View This Episode

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USA

"U" is an interesting vowel, and has a few different sounds. It can even sound like the consonant "Y," and combines with other vowels to make new sounds.

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