FIGURE OUT ENGLISH – Podcast to learn English
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20 How to ask for help
You need to learn how to ask for help in English first, before anything else. Agree? This is the structure you will use most of all. And your main task: to be polite and friendly – only this way you will get the help you need.
19 How to use ‘likely’
When we talk about possible or impossible events in the future, we often use LIKELY in English. Do you know how to use such structures? If not, episode 19 of ‘Figure Out English’ will help.
18 How to use ‘like’ in 2 different meanings
This new episode of ‘Figure Out English’ podcast will teach you how to use ‘like’ in 2 different meanings. I guess you have already seen ‘like’ being used not as a verb but as a preposition in phrases ‘look like’ or ‘be like’. Let’s figure these phrases together. More… Check out the episode below: Share0Tweet0Pin0Share0 <<< Subscribe to the podcast on iTunes >>> You will also like: 14 of the Most Useful Business English Expressions (for Small Businesses) & How to Use Them!In my recent Facebook live video session, I was talking about two main aspects of learning English effectively:…
17 How to Use Verb Patterns for your New Year Resolutions
Learn how to give and ask for recommendations for things and places. You can’t just say: ‘Go there’, it’s rude, isn’t it? Imagine someone is visiting your town – what will you recommend them to see? Say: ‘You should go …’. Learn more phrases like that and how to ask for recommendations in this new episode: More… Check out the episode below: Share0Tweet0Pin0Share0 Click here to leave a review on iTunes Support me on Patreon Key takeaways how to give recommendations / advice: You should … (You should visit that park – it’s amazing!) You should definitely … (You should…
16 How to ask for recommendations
Learn how to ask for recommendations in English and give advice about people and places. Improve your spoken English.
15 Which prepositions to use after GO and ARRIVE?
Mistakes with prepositions are common among English learners. Improve your grammar with our new episode about prepositions used after the verb ARRIVE. Yes, it’s a bit tricky!