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Reflexive pronouns

Reflexive Pronouns

English On The Go: Reflexive pronouns https://youtu.be/Js2Cw0dqGBs You may not have heard the term "reflexive pronoun" but you're probably already using it. Find out more about reflexive pronouns in this lesson. Reflexive...
English On The Go: You're or your?

You’re or your?

English On The Go: You're or your? https://youtu.be/8ki-rkizTNg What's the difference between you're and your? Find out in the latest episode of English On The Go. You're with an apostrophe is a contraction. It stands for you...
Peek, peak or pique?

Peek-peak or pique?

English On The Go: Peek, peak or pique? https://youtu.be/HXD-7rpbqMs In the latest English On The Go episode, we look at the homophones peek, peak and pique. Peek, peak and pique are examples...
Then or than

Then or than?

English On The Go: Then or than? https://youtu.be/rDCAe-HH2vc What's the difference between then and than? Have you ever wondered when to use these two words and felt unsure about which ones to use? We've explained...
old english

Learn Old English

A Quick Note On The Alphabet Before You Begin Old English letters are usually pronounced the same way we pronounce them in modern English, however, below you will find the...
Mastering The American Accent

Mastering The American Accent Part 2

Mastering The American Accent This book will help non-native speakers of English learn to speak with an American accent. Which American Accent Will This Book Teach Me? You will learn to...