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Sep 21 2022:Practical English phrases for invitations
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Sep 8 2022:What's the fastest way to learn fluent English?
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Sep 7 2022:No more pauses or hesitation when you speak English
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Sep 6 2022:How to increase your confidence to speak English
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Sep 5 2022:Don't focus on words or grammar rules (do this instead...)
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Aug 31 2022:50 collocations with big, large, great, deep, strong, heavy
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Aug 24 2022:Pronunciation practice: 5-syllable words
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Aug 17 2022:Are you making these 10 business English writing mistakes?
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Aug 10 2022:Let's learn 20 words for SHAPES in English
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Jul 27 2022:Come along, come across, come off, come on, come out, come over, come up...
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Jul 20 2022:Learn these HOT words & expressions!
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Jul 13 2022:15 phrases for talking with a doctor in English
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Jun 29 2022:Do you know these 10 advanced vocabulary words?
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Jun 22 2022:Let's say 96 words with SILENT letters!
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Jun 15 2022:How to say & write the DATE correctly in English
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Jun 8 2022:10 idioms for communication & miscommunication
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May 25 2022:10 types of nouns in English
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May 18 2022:How to pronounce -ED perfectly every time
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May 11 2022:When do we use "shall" in English?
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Apr 27 2022:How to say & use WONDER and WANDER
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Apr 20 2022:Congratulations ON, FOR, TO...?
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Apr 13 2022:20 vocabulary words for LIGHTS
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Mar 30 2022:10 expressions with the word BUSINESS
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Mar 23 2022:Practical phrases for talking about mistakes
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Mar 16 2022:20 compound words around the house
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Mar 9 2022:English words with DISAPPEARING syllables!
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Feb 25 2022:Day 5 - Phrasal Verbs CHALLENGE!
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Feb 24 2022:Day 4 - Phrasal Verbs CHALLENGE!
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Feb 23 2022:Day 3 - Phrasal Verbs CHALLENGE!
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Feb 22 2022:Day 2 - Phrasal Verbs CHALLENGE!
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Feb 21 2022:Day 1 - Phrasal Verbs CHALLENGE!
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Feb 17 2022:Phrasal Verbs: Transitive & Intransitive, Separable & Inseparable
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Feb 14 2022:Free Phrasal Verbs Challenge Next Week!
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Feb 9 2022:When to use proof, prove, belief, and believe
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Feb 2 2022:100 answers to common English questions
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Jan 26 2022:How to use WISH and HOPE correctly
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Jan 19 2022:"Right" and "wrong" expressions
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Jan 12 2022:Lifetime vs. Lifelong vs. Lifespan
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Jan 5 2022:Your 2022 English-learning plan
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Dec 22 2021:Phrases for bad travel experiences
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Dec 8 2021:Take back & taken aback
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Nov 24 2021:Where exactly to put "please" in a sentence
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Nov 17 2021:Phrases for complaining about your job
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Nov 10 2021:Can YOU say these 10 tongue twisters?
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Nov 3 2021:10 expressions with LIFE
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Oct 20 2021:15 VERY common spelling mistakes
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Oct 13 2021:40 interesting collocations for communication
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Sep 29 2021:Do you ATTEND class or ATTEND TO class?
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Sep 22 2021:11 word pairs with CONFUSING pronunciation
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Sep 15 2021:Business or Busyness?
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Sep 1 2021:Phrases: "It speaks for itself" & "Speak for yourself"
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Aug 25 2021:Don't say "today morning"!
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Aug 18 2021:Learn English idioms from sports
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Aug 11 2021:Human vs. Humane
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Jul 28 2021:Top 8 tips to improve your writing in English
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Jul 21 2021:How's your pronunciation? Here are 5 ways to improve it
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Jul 14 2021:One EASY way to remember English vocabulary better
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Jul 7 2021:Top 10 tips to improve your English SPEAKING
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Jun 30 2021:CON-tent, con-TENT, or contents?
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Jun 23 2021:30 common collocations with the word CHANCE
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Jun 16 2021:How to use EVEN and EVER in English
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Apr 21 2021:12 words in which we DO pronounce the final "E"
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Apr 7 2021:NEW Advanced Vocabulary & Collocations Course!
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Mar 31 2021:Learn 20 powerful verbs to SUPERCHARGE your vocabulary!
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Mar 24 2021:How to think directly in English (step by step)
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Mar 17 2021:Learn 20 confusing collocations in English
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Mar 5 2021:How to pronounce 50 difficult words in English
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Mar 4 2021:How to pronounce 50 brand names in English
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Mar 3 2021:How to pronounce 50 countries in English
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Mar 2 2021:How to pronounce 50 food & drink words in English
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Mar 1 2021:How to pronounce 50 jobs in English
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Feb 24 2021:Free Mini-Course Next Week! - Pronunciation Power-Up
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Feb 17 2021:When to use DRANK vs. DRUNK
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Feb 10 2021:English slang words for food & drink
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Feb 3 2021:Learn 10 phrasal verbs you probably DON'T know
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Jan 28 2021:Best ways to review and remember English
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Jan 25 2021:Review or revise? Let's learn the difference!
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Jan 21 2021:How to learn English FAST!
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Jan 18 2021:Homework vs. Housework
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Jan 13 2021:5 phrases native English speakers NEVER say!
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Jan 6 2021:"Sorry for my BAD English"
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Dec 30 2020:Already vs. all ready, everyday vs. every day, and more!
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Dec 23 2020:25 collocations with GIVE
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Dec 16 2020:10 Informal English Expressions I’ve Used Recently
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Dec 9 2020:Tips for pronouncing WORLD, WORD, WORK
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Nov 25 2020:English phrases with THANK & THANKS
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Nov 18 2020:Flip out, freak out, piss off, & tick off
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Nov 11 2020:Learn and practice 10 beautiful English words
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Nov 4 2020:16 super-confusing words in English
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Oct 28 2020:20 different ways to say THANK YOU in English
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Oct 21 2020:20 different ways to say SORRY in English
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Oct 14 2020:20 different ways to say NO in English
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Oct 7 2020:20 different ways to say YES in English
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Sep 30 2020:14 Business English "Buzzwords"
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Sep 23 2020:Worse vs. Worst (+ Expressions)
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Sep 16 2020:12 advanced vocabulary words for colors
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Sep 11 2020:Mini-Course Lesson 5: 20 ways to use the word SET in English
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Sep 10 2020:Mini-Course Lesson 4: 20 ways to use the word CUT in English
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Sep 9 2020:Mini-Course Lesson 3: 20 ways to use the word BREAK in English
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Sep 8 2020:Mini-Course Lesson 2: 20 ways to use the word GET in English
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Sep 7 2020:Mini-Course Lesson 1: 25 ways to use the word RUN in English
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Sep 2 2020:Free Mini-Course - Words with Multiple Meanings!
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Aug 26 2020:Agree with, agree on, agree about, agree that, or agree to?
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Aug 19 2020:30 collocations with HAVE
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Aug 12 2020:Question or doubt?
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Aug 5 2020:How we pronounce CAN & CAN'T when speaking fast
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Jul 29 2020:20 expressions with the word FREE
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Jul 22 2020:20 collocations with the word "goal"
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Jul 15 2020:Quick answers to your questions about idioms
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Jul 8 2020:10 practical phrases for worries and relief
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Jul 1 2020:4 different ways to pronounce words starting with "U"
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Jun 24 2020:DON'T use a preposition in these 5 situations!
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Jun 17 2020:Compliment vs. Complement vs. Complimentary vs. Complementary
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Jun 10 2020:Learn 36 compound words to expand your vocabulary
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Jun 4 2020:My secret for staying motivated with Espresso English
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May 31 2020:273 - Stay motivated tip #10 - Challenge and reward yourself
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May 28 2020:272 - Stay motivated tip #9 - Find a learning partner
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May 25 2020:271: Stay motivated tip #8 - Make learning English fun
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May 22 2020:270: Stay motivated tip #7 - Plan to come back after a break
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May 19 2020:269: Stay motivated tip #6 - What to do when you feel lazy
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May 16 2020:268: Stay motivated tip #5 - Keep an English success journal
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May 12 2020:267: Stay motivated tip #4 - Visualize your English goals
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May 9 2020:266: Stay motivated tip #3 - Don't take mistakes so seriously/personally
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May 6 2020:265: Stay motivated tip #2 - Never compare your English to others'
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May 3 2020:264: How to stay motivated when learning English - Tip #1
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Apr 29 2020:263 - How to pronounce long, complicated words in English
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Apr 22 2020:262 - Phrases for education - 7 expressions and 1 common error
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Apr 15 2020:261 - Learn 10 business English verbs
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Apr 8 2020:260 - 4 ways to use the -ING form of verbs in English
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Apr 1 2020:259 - Say, tell, speak, or talk?
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Mar 25 2020:258 - How to pronounce English words ending in -ILE
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Mar 18 2020:257 - 16 common collocations with "time"
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Mar 11 2020:256 - 20 phrasal verbs with GET
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Mar 4 2020:255 - 10 idioms for extreme emotion
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Feb 26 2020:254: Quiz - 10 Common English spelling mistakes
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Feb 19 2020:253: English phrases for talking about the weather
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Feb 12 2020:252 - Pronunciation Practice: Difficult words with "R"
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Feb 5 2020:251 - 10 vocabulary words starting with "F"
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Jan 29 2020:250: English phrase - Hindsight is 20/20
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Jan 27 2020:249 - How it feels to be fluent - My language-learning story
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Jan 22 2020:248: How to speak English confidently!
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Jan 15 2020:247: 10 new words added to the dictionary in 2019
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Dec 23 2019:246 - Holiday or vacation?
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Dec 18 2019:245 - Correct your English errors FAST!
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Dec 11 2019:244 - How to improve your English listening
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Dec 4 2019:243 - Later vs. Latter
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Nov 27 2019:242 - Learn 7 MORE everyday English phrases!
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Nov 20 2019:241 - Learn 8 everyday English phrases and expressions
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Nov 13 2019:240 - How to use going to, gonna, gonna go
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Nov 6 2019:239 - English Pronunciation Tip: Say, Says, Said
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Oct 30 2019:238 - 15 English idioms and phrasal verbs you CAN use at work
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Oct 23 2019:237 - Confusing English Words: Experiment and Experience
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Oct 16 2019:236 - How can I use grammar correctly when speaking English?
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Oct 9 2019:235 - English phrases explained: Good grief & For goodness' sake
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Oct 2 2019:234 - Important: 4 major English-learning problems
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Sep 25 2019:233 - Watch out for these spelling mistakes!
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Sep 18 2019:232 - These errors were made by real students like you
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Sep 11 2019:231 - Avoid these 7 pronunciation problems
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Sep 4 2019:230 - Common Errors with Adjectives and Adverbs
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Aug 28 2019:229: English Vocabulary for Summer
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Aug 21 2019:228: English Grammar - Gerunds
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Aug 14 2019:227 - Learn 24 collocations with SPOT
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Aug 7 2019:226: Pronunciation Practice: Where, Were, We're
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Jul 31 2019:225 - Ten English idioms with "easy" and "hard"
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Jul 24 2019:224 - Prepositions: OF vs. FROM
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Jul 17 2019:223 - More answers to your questions about phrasal verbs
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Jul 10 2019:222 - Peace of mind vs. Give someone a piece of your mind
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Jul 3 2019:221 - Food, meal, dish, or cuisine?
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Jun 26 2019:220 - How to pronounce words starting with DR-
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Jun 19 2019:219 - Learn 10 idioms and informal expressions with GET
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Jun 12 2019:218 - IETLS exam tips - with Ben Worthington
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