Monthly Archives: November 2020

Questions and Answers on Improving Your English

In this video, I answer your biggest questions about *how* to improve your English. See the links below that I talk about in the video. This video will teach you: How your brain “acquires” languages Why the best way to … Continue reading

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Answering Your Questions About English!

Thank you for your questions last week about English! In this video, I answer some of those, including: -“To hold someone accountable” -“To get on with” versus “to get along with” -How to acquire prepositions like “for,” “of,” and “with,” … Continue reading

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When Should You Push Back, Ahead, or Around?

In Daily English 200 – Meeting a Deadline,  the phrasal verb “to push back” means to change a scheduled event to a later date. For example: “Since Dave will be out of town on the 4th, we’ll need to push … Continue reading

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Ask Me Anything About English!

To ask a question, go to our Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/eslpod and find our latest post. Or go directly to the post here: https://t.co/06cJK7g7Kw?amp=1 ~Jeff P.S. Like this English lesson? Get a FREE sample lesson (no money needed) – SIGN UP … Continue reading

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Are You Going on a Guilt Trip?

We continue talking about expressions related to trip (see our first video here). In this video, learn how to use: Guilt Trip Power Trip That’s a trip! For even more meanings of “trip,” take a look at our Daily English … Continue reading

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Take a Trip with Me

Today I’m going to take you on a trip to help you understand all the different meanings of the word “trip” in English, including: -to trip -to trip up -to trip someone up -a trip Check it out! Want more … Continue reading

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