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‘You and I’ and ‘you and me’- Learners' Questions

‘You and I’ and ‘you and me’- Learners' Questions

“Which is correct: ‘you and I’ or ‘you and me’?” That’s what Bob would like to know, and Dan has the answer! If you have a question for Learners’ Questions, contact us on: [email protected] Enjoy more Learners’ Questions here: Learning English is easy! Improve your English with our free English videos and lessons on grammar, […]

‘Before’ and ‘ago’ – Learners' Questions

‘Before’ and ‘ago’ - Learners' Questions

” What’s the difference between ‘before’ and ‘ago’?” That’s what Song from Korea would like to know, and Dan has the answer! If you have a question for Learners’ Questions, contact us on: [email protected] Enjoy more Learners’ Questions here: Learning English is easy! Improve your English with our free English videos and lessons on grammar, […]

Linking adverbs – Learners' Questions

Linking adverbs - Learners' Questions

“What are linking adverbs?” That’s what Ken from Malaysia would like to know, and Dan has the answer! If you have a question for Learners’ Questions, contact us on: [email protected] Enjoy more Learners’ Questions here: Learning English is easy! Improve your English with our free English videos and lessons on grammar, vocabulary, pronunciation and English […]

‘Beside’ or ‘besides’?- Learners' Questions

‘Beside’ or ‘besides’?- Learners' Questions

“What’s the difference between ‘beside’ and ‘besides’?” That’s what Sanjay from India would like to know, and Dan has the answer! If you have a question for Learners’ Questions, contact us on: [email protected] Enjoy more Learners’ Questions here: Learning English is easy! Improve your English with our free English videos and lessons on grammar, vocabulary, […]

‘Concern’, ‘concerned’ or ‘concerning’?- Learners' Questions

‘Concern’, ‘concerned’ or ‘concerning’?- Learners' Questions

“What’s the difference between ‘concern’, ‘concerned’ and ‘concerning’?” That’s what Eunice from Hong Kong would like to know, and Dan has the answer! If you have a question for Learners’ Questions, contact us on: [email protected] Enjoy more Learners’ Questions here: Learning English is easy! Improve your English with our free English videos and lessons on […]

‘Fault’, ‘flaw’ or ‘weakness’? – Learners' Questions

‘Fault’, ‘flaw’ or ‘weakness’? - Learners' Questions

“What’s the difference between ‘fault’, ‘flaw’ and ‘weakness’?” That’s what Helen would like to know, and Dan has the answer! If you have a question for Learners’ Questions, contact us on: [email protected] Enjoy more Learners’ Questions here: http://bit.ly/2HYETLB Learning English is easy! Improve your English with our free English videos and lessons on grammar, vocabulary, […]

Using ‘off’ as a proposition – Learners' Questions

Using ‘off’ as a proposition - Learners' Questions

“What does ‘off’ mean as a preposition?” That’s what Tamas from Hungary would like to know, and Dan has the answer! If you have a question for Learners’ Questions, contact us on: [email protected] Enjoy more Learners’ Questions here: http://bit.ly/2HYETLB Learning English is easy! Improve your English with our free English videos and lessons on grammar, […]

‘Situation’, ‘position’ and ‘condition’ – Learners' Questions

‘Situation’, ‘position’ and ‘condition’ - Learners' Questions

“What’s the difference between ‘situation’, ‘position’ and ‘condition’?” That’s what Giti from Iran would like to know, and Dan has the answer! If you have a question for Learners’ Questions, contact us on: [email protected] Enjoy more Learners’ Questions here: http://bit.ly/2HYETLB Learning English is easy! Improve your English with our free English videos and lessons on […]

As well/soon/far/much/long as: What’s the difference? – Learners' Questions

As well/soon/far/much/long as: What’s the difference? - Learners' Questions

“As well/soon/far/much/long as: What’s the difference?” That’s what Shafie would like to know, and Dan has the answer! If you have a question for Learners’ Questions, contact us on: [email protected] (Note: This video replaces a previous version, which contained a typo.) Enjoy more Learners’ Questions here: http://bit.ly/2HYETLB Learning English is easy! Improve your English with […]

‘Who’, ‘whom’ or ‘whose’? – Learners' Questions

‘Who’, ‘whom’ or ‘whose’? - Learners' Questions

“What’s the difference between ‘who’, ‘whom’ and ‘whose’?” That’s what Rodolfo from Brazil would like to know, and Dan has the answer! If you have a question for Learners’ Questions, contact us on: [email protected] Enjoy more Learners’ Questions here: http://bit.ly/2HYETLB Learning English is easy! Improve your English with our free English videos and lessons on […]

Preposition 'to' + '-ing' or 'infinitive'? – Learners' Questions

Preposition 'to' + '-ing' or 'infinitive'? - Learners' Questions

“After the preposition ‘to’, do we use +ing or infinitive verb’?” That’s what Paola from Italy would like to know, and Dan has the answer! If you have a question for Learners’ Questions, contact us on: [email protected] Enjoy more Learners’ Questions here: http://bit.ly/2HYETLB Learning English is easy! Improve your English with our free English videos […]

'Win', 'earn' and 'gain' – Learners' Questions

'Win', 'earn' and 'gain' - Learners' Questions

“What’s the difference between ‘win’, ‘earn’ and ‘gain’?” That’s what Esraa would like to know, and Dan has the answer! If you have a question for Learners’ Questions, contact us on: [email protected] Enjoy more Learners’ Questions here: http://bit.ly/2HYETLB Learning English is easy! Improve your English with our free English videos and lessons on grammar, vocabulary, […]

'See', 'look' and 'watch' – Learners' Questions

'See', 'look' and 'watch' - Learners' Questions

What’s the difference between ‘see’, ‘look’ and ‘watch’? That’s what Shanu would like to know, and Dan has the answer! If you have a question for Learners’ Questions, contact us on: [email protected] Enjoy more Learners’ Questions here: http://bit.ly/2HYETLB Please use English when you comment. For more free English lessons and videos visit our website: http://www.bbc.co.uk/learningenglish […]

'lie', 'lie' (another verb) and 'lay' – Learners' Questions

'lie', 'lie' (another verb) and 'lay' - Learners' Questions

“What’s the difference between ‘lie’ and ‘lay’?” That’s what Alejandra would like to know, and Dan has the answer! If you have a question for Learners’ Questions, contact us on: [email protected] Enjoy more Learners’ Questions here: http://bit.ly/2HYETLB Learning English is easy! Improve your English with our free English videos and lessons on grammar, vocabulary, pronunciation […]