VOCABULARY LESSONS

VOCABULARY LESSONS

From engvid  I bring  very interesting vocabulary video lessons. Under each title below you will see a number corresponding to one of the 3 different levels:

1 for beginner

2 for intermediate

3 for advanced 

Learn MEDICAL Vocabulary in English
1-Beginner  •  vocabulary

6 Phrasal Verbs with HANG: hang on, hang up, hang out…
2-Intermediate  •  expressions  •  vocabulary

Vocabulary: How to talk about ADVANTAGES and DISADVANTAGES
2-Intermediate  •  IELTS  •  TOEFL  •  vocabulary

The Secret to English Vocabulary – How to remember more
1-Beginner  •  2-Intermediate  •  3-Advanced  •  culture & tips  •  vocabulary

Vocabulary: Talking about CLOTHES in English
1-Beginner  •  culture & tips  •  expressions  •  vocabulary

Improve your vocabulary: Synonyms for “small” in English
1-Beginner  •  vocabulary

Learn 11 ANGRY Phrasal Verbs in English
2-Intermediate  •  expressions  •  vocabulary

English Grammar: Negative Prefixes – “un”, “dis”, “in”, “im”, “non”
3-Advanced  •  vocabulary

Learn Real English – How to pay with DEBIT or CREDIT CARDS
1-Beginner  •  culture & tips  •  vocabulary

Classroom English: Vocabulary & Expressions for Students
1-Beginner  •  speaking  •  vocabulary

Real English: Phrases for finding an apartment
2-Intermediate  •  culture & tips  •  expressions  •  vocabulary

Learn Slang: 10 SHIT Expressions
1-Beginner  •  2-Intermediate  •  3-Advanced  •  expressions  •  slang  •  vocabulary

Learn 10 Easy English Commands
1-Beginner  •  speaking  •  vocabulary

Learn English Vocabulary: Talking about your nose!
2-Intermediate  •  vocabulary

Learn English: Words with many meanings
2-Intermediate  •  grammar  •  vocabulary

War & Military Vocabulary: Understand the news
2-Intermediate  •  vocabulary

Political vocabulary and expressions in English
3-Advanced  •  expressions  •  vocabulary

Writing – 6 ways to compare
2-Intermediate  •  IELTS  •  TOEFL  •  vocabulary  •  writing

Travel English: How to go through customs at the airport
2-Intermediate  •  culture & tips  •  vocabulary

Top words for your JOB INTERVIEW & RESUME
3-Advanced  •  business english  •  vocabulary

Learn vocabulary about CARS in English
2-Intermediate  •  vocabulary

Phrasal Verbs – FALL: fall for, fall in, fall behind, fall through…
2-Intermediate  •  expressions  •  vocabulary

EMERGENCY Vocabulary in English
1-Beginner  •  culture & tips  •  vocabulary

How to talk about an article in English
2-Intermediate  •  business english  •  expressions  •  vocabulary

Basic English vocabulary for cleaning your house
1-Beginner  •  expressions  •  vocabulary

English Vocabulary: Talking about FEAR
2-Intermediate  •  expressions  •  vocabulary

Learn English with the News: Cyber Crime
3-Advanced  •  vocabulary

Vocabulary – look, look like, look alike, look as if…
2-Intermediate  •  vocabulary

Vocabulary – Weather, climate, and natural disasters
2-Intermediate  •  vocabulary

GETTING HIGH with Ronnie!
1-Beginner  •  2-Intermediate  •  3-Advanced  •  culture & tips  •  slang  •  vocabulary

Talking about women you like – SEXY, HOT, SMOKING, CUTE, FREAKY
2-Intermediate  •  culture & tips  •  expressions  •  vocabulary

Confusing Words: MISS or LOSE?
2-Intermediate  •  vocabulary

British Slang: INSULTS & childish sayings
2-Intermediate  •  culture & tips  •  expressions  •  slang  •  vocabulary

Vocabulary – Tools & hardware: screw, hammer, wrench, level…
1-Beginner  •  vocabulary

English Vocabulary: Compound Adjectives to describe people
2-Intermediate  •  grammar  •  vocabulary

English Expressions: three-word phrasal verbs
2-Intermediate  •  expressions  •  vocabulary

12 Phrasal Verbs about CLOTHES: dress up, try on, take off…
1-Beginner  •  expressions  •  vocabulary

10 HOLD Phrasal Verbs: hold up, hold to, hold out…
2-Intermediate  •  expressions  •  vocabulary

LGBT – Gay Vocabulary in English
1-Beginner  •  2-Intermediate  •  3-Advanced  •  culture & tips  •  slang  •  vocabulary

English Vocabulary: “BIG” synonyms
2-Intermediate  •  vocabulary

9 basic phrases to talk about cleaning up
1-Beginner  •  vocabulary

FOOTBALL Vocabulary
1-Beginner  •  vocabulary

5 verbs to make you sound smart
3-Advanced  •  vocabulary

Make yourself more interesting – Using informal intensifiers
2-Intermediate  •  slang  •  speaking  •  vocabulary

Talking shit with Emma
1-Beginner  •  2-Intermediate  •  3-Advanced  •  expressions  •  slang  •  vocabulary

Learn English Grammar: EACH OTHER & ONE ANOTHER
3-Advanced  •  grammar  •  vocabulary

IELTS & TOEFL Academic Vocabulary – Adjectives (AWL)
3-Advanced  •  IELTS  •  TOEFL  •  vocabulary

10 Common Driving Expressions
2-Intermediate  •  expressions  •  speaking  •  vocabulary

English Travel Vocabulary: Planning a trip
2-Intermediate  •  vocabulary

Learn English vocabulary in the BATHROOM 🙂
1-Beginner  •  vocabulary

5 nouns to make you sound smart
3-Advanced  •  vocabulary

How to talk about DEATH in English
2-Intermediate  •  culture & tips  •  vocabulary

Confusing Words – Me, Myself, I
2-Intermediate  •  grammar  •  vocabulary

Confusing words: VERY & TOO
2-Intermediate  •  vocabulary

How to talk like the boss
3-Advanced  •  business english  •  expressions  •  vocabulary

How to Give Advice in English – recommend, suggest, advise, encourage…
2-Intermediate  •  grammar  •  vocabulary

Learn English with DRUNK Justin Bieber?
2-Intermediate  •  culture & tips  •  vocabulary

7 colorful English idioms
1-Beginner  •  2-Intermediate  •  vocabulary

English Vocabulary – Redundant Expressions
2-Intermediate  •  culture & tips  •  vocabulary

What does the word ‘SURE’ really mean in English?
2-Intermediate  •  vocabulary

5 adjectives to sound smart
3-Advanced  •  vocabulary

IELTS & TOEFL Academic Vocabulary – Nouns (AWL)
3-Advanced  •  IELTS  •  TOEFL  •  vocabulary

Learn English: 10 abbreviations you should know
2-Intermediate  •  expressions  •  vocabulary  •  writing

Vocabulary – Talking about MOVIES in English
1-Beginner  •  culture & tips  •  vocabulary

English Grammar – Word Endings – What are suffixes?
2-Intermediate  •  grammar  •  vocabulary

Advanced English Grammar: Collective Nouns
3-Advanced  •  grammar  •  vocabulary

Learn English: Basic Kitchen Vocabulary
1-Beginner  •  vocabulary

9 TURN Phrasal Verbs: turn on, turn off, turn over, turn around, turn out…
2-Intermediate  •  expressions  •  vocabulary

How to talk about prices in English – Basic Vocabulary
1-Beginner  •  vocabulary

Vocabulary: How to Use ‘Aggravate’ and ‘Annoy’
2-Intermediate  •  vocabulary

Confusing Sex & Gender Words in English – girlfriend, guys, partner…
2-Intermediate  •  culture & tips  •  vocabulary

Cooking Vocabulary in English – chop, grill, saute, boil, slice…
2-Intermediate  •  vocabulary

English Vocabulary – Bad Eyesight: glasses, contacts, optometrist, eye doctor…
2-Intermediate  •  vocabulary

Speaking English – “Dress up” or “Get dressed”?
1-Beginner  •  grammar  •  vocabulary

Learn English – Travel Vocabulary
1-Beginner  •  vocabulary

Business English – How to talk about your career
3-Advanced  •  business english  •  TOEIC  •  vocabulary

Transportation Vocabulary & Phrasal Verbs – GET ON, GET OUT OF, RIDE, GO
1-Beginner  •  expressions  •  vocabulary

Exclamations in English!!!
1-Beginner  •  expressions  •  grammar  •  speaking  •  vocabulary

English Vocabulary – EVEN: even though, even if, even when…
2-Intermediate  •  vocabulary

IELTS & TOEFL Academic Vocabulary – Verbs (AWL)
2-Intermediate  •  IELTS  •  TOEFL  •  vocabulary

How to use your dictionary to build your vocabulary
1-Beginner  •  2-Intermediate  •  3-Advanced  •  culture & tips  •  vocabulary

Thanksgiving – What is it?
1-Beginner  •  2-Intermediate  •  3-Advanced  •  culture & tips  •  vocabulary

10 GET Phrasal Verbs: get down, get off, get through, get up, get away…
2-Intermediate  •  expressions  •  vocabulary

What books should I read to improve my English?
2-Intermediate  •  culture & tips  •  vocabulary

The secret to remembering vocabulary
1-Beginner  •  culture & tips  •  expressions  •  vocabulary

Improve your social skills with Bar English!!!
2-Intermediate  •  expressions  •  vocabulary

10 Weather Expressions in English
2-Intermediate  •  expressions  •  vocabulary

Basic English vocabulary for restaurants
1-Beginner  •  vocabulary

English Vocabulary: 12 Internet words
2-Intermediate  •  vocabulary

OLD SCHOOL Vocabulary… too formal!
1-Beginner  •  slang  •  vocabulary

Comparing: funner & faster or more fun & more fast?
2-Intermediate  •  grammar  •  vocabulary

Learn English – What are prefixes?
2-Intermediate  •  vocabulary

8 ‘head’ phrasal verbs – head up, head out, head off…
2-Intermediate  •  expressions  •  vocabulary

English Vocabulary – In the bedroom…
1-Beginner  •  vocabulary

IELTS & TOEFL – How to give your opinion
2-Intermediate  •  expressions  •  IELTS  •  speaking  •  TOEFL  •  vocabulary  •  writing

Speaking English – How to use idiomatic pairs
2-Intermediate  •  expressions  •  vocabulary

6 confusing words – small & little, big & large, tall & high
1-Beginner  •  vocabulary

Speaking English – Going to the dentist
2-Intermediate  •  vocabulary

“OUT” Phrasal Verbs – Business English
2-Intermediate  •  business english  •  expressions  •  vocabulary

3 ways to use ‘as long as’ – English Grammar
2-Intermediate  •  grammar  •  vocabulary

Basic shopping vocabulary in English
1-Beginner  •  vocabulary

Basic English Vocabulary – GET
1-Beginner  •  grammar  •  vocabulary

English Grammar – REMEMBER & FORGET – gerunds & infinitives
2-Intermediate  •  grammar  •  vocabulary

How to increase your vocabulary
1-Beginner  •  2-Intermediate  •  culture & tips  •  IELTS  •  TOEFL  •  vocabulary

“OFF” Phrasal Verbs – Business English
2-Intermediate  •  business english  •  expressions  •  vocabulary

How to change Basic English into Business English
2-Intermediate  •  business english  •  vocabulary

Money slang in English $$$
1-Beginner  •  slang  •  vocabulary

How to use START and BEGIN in English (Vocabulary)
2-Intermediate  •  vocabulary

English Vocabulary – ABOUT, ABOUT TO, NOT ABOUT TO
2-Intermediate  •  expressions  •  vocabulary

Vocabulary: ONLY, JUST, BARELY, MERELY
2-Intermediate  •  vocabulary

“AT ALL!” – How to make a strong point in English!
1-Beginner  •  expressions  •  speaking  •  vocabulary

Basic English Vocabulary – SEEM
1-Beginner  •  grammar  •  vocabulary

Slang in English – CHILL – “chill out”, “let’s chill”…
1-Beginner  •  slang  •  vocabulary

Vocabulary – REMEMBER, RECALL, REMIND
3-Advanced  •  vocabulary

5 ways to say YES in English!
1-Beginner  •  expressions  •  vocabulary

Learn English with 5 Jokes
3-Advanced  •  comprehension  •  speaking  •  vocabulary

Vocabulary – Beside & Besides
2-Intermediate  •  grammar  •  vocabulary

Phrasal verbs – OFF – make off, get off, pull off…
2-Intermediate  •  expressions  •  vocabulary

English Grammar – comparing with LIKE & AS
3-Advanced  •  grammar  •  vocabulary

How to change a verb into a noun!
2-Intermediate  •  grammar  •  vocabulary

IELTS & TOEFL Vocabulary – Technology
2-Intermediate  •  IELTS  •  TOEFL  •  vocabulary  •  writing

English Vocabulary – CATS & DOGS
2-Intermediate  •  vocabulary

Between or Among?
2-Intermediate  •  grammar  •  vocabulary

Everyday or every day?
2-Intermediate  •  vocabulary

Basic MATH vocabulary in English
1-Beginner  •  vocabulary

A WHILE or AWHILE?
3-Advanced  •  grammar  •  vocabulary

‘Knock’ in Phrasal Verbs – knock out, knock up, knock over…
1-Beginner  •  expressions  •  vocabulary

6 Confusing Words: fun & funny, famous & popular, surprise & shock
2-Intermediate  •  vocabulary

English Grammar Tricks – Countable & Uncountable Nouns
2-Intermediate  •  grammar  •  vocabulary

English Vocabulary – ACTUALLY
1-Beginner  •  vocabulary

Speaking English – Going to the hairdresser
1-Beginner  •  expressions  •  vocabulary

English Grammar – “I wish…” – Subjunctive
3-Advanced  •  grammar  •  vocabulary

Conversational English – How to Generalize
2-Intermediate  •  3-Advanced  •  vocabulary  •  writing

Vocabulary – though, although, even though, despite, in spite of
2-Intermediate  •  vocabulary

“I stopped smoking” or “I stopped to smoke”?
2-Intermediate  •  grammar  •  vocabulary

English Vocabulary Pyramid – VENT – adventure, convenient, eventually…
2-Intermediate  •  vocabulary

Conversational English – Adjective Pairs – “Short and sweet”, etc.
1-Beginner  •  speaking  •  vocabulary

Vocabulary – LIVE, LIFE, ALIVE, LIVING
2-Intermediate  •  vocabulary

How to Remember Vocabulary
1-Beginner  •  2-Intermediate  •  3-Advanced  •  culture & tips  •  vocabulary

How to talk about children: Common Expressions
2-Intermediate  •  IELTS  •  speaking  •  TOEFL  •  vocabulary  •  writing

Assume or Presume?
3-Advanced  •  vocabulary

Writing – How to use ETC., AND SO ON, …
2-Intermediate  •  vocabulary  •  writing

Speaking English – TOO MUCH, ENOUGH, NOT ENOUGH
1-Beginner  •  grammar  •  vocabulary

Speaking English – Bad Habits
1-Beginner  •  culture & tips  •  expressions  •  vocabulary

Then or Than?
1-Beginner  •  grammar  •  vocabulary  •  writing

How to talk about sports in English
2-Intermediate  •  vocabulary

Vocabulary – WARRANTY, GUARANTEE, REBATE, EXCHANGE, CREDIT
2-Intermediate  •  vocabulary

Conversation Skills – Learn new words and keep a conversation going!
1-Beginner  •  2-Intermediate  •  culture & tips  •  speaking  •  vocabulary

8 things NOT to say to women
2-Intermediate  •  business english  •  culture & tips  •  slang  •  speaking  •  vocabulary

James’s 100th Birthday Party!!!
3-Advanced  •  vocabulary

Speaking English – Discussing Advantages & Disadvantages
3-Advanced  •  business english  •  vocabulary

Vocabulary – sometimes, sometime, some time, always, all ways
2-Intermediate  •  vocabulary

Speaking English – Talking about your age
1-Beginner  •  expressions  •  grammar  •  vocabulary

English Vocabulary – WORTH
2-Intermediate  •  vocabulary

A lot, alot, lots, allot
1-Beginner  •  grammar  •  vocabulary

Speaking English – Clean yourself!!!
2-Intermediate  •  vocabulary

Phrasal Verbs As Nouns
3-Advanced  •  vocabulary  •  writing

Vocabulary – Renting an Apartment
1-Beginner  •  vocabulary

Common Mistakes: SOON, EARLY, QUICK, FAST
1-Beginner  •  vocabulary

English Vocabulary & Slang to talk about AGE: retro, dated, antique, old school
2-Intermediate  •  slang  •  vocabulary

Vocabulary – Immigrate, Emigrate, Migrate
2-Intermediate  •  grammar  •  vocabulary

Conversational English – So & Such
1-Beginner  •  grammar  •  vocabulary

Common Mistakes: SHADE or SHADOW?
2-Intermediate  •  vocabulary

What are the senses in English?
3-Advanced  •  expressions  •  vocabulary

Vocabulary – OTHER, ANOTHER, OTHERS, THE OTHER, OTHERWISE
2-Intermediate  •  grammar  •  vocabulary

Irregular Plural Nouns
1-Beginner  •  pronunciation  •  vocabulary

Grammar Mistakes – GROW or GROW UP?
1-Beginner  •  grammar  •  vocabulary

Using identical pairs to emphasize your point
2-Intermediate  •  culture & tips  •  expressions  •  vocabulary

How to talk about your friends in English
1-Beginner  •  vocabulary

6 words with meanings that will surprise you
1-Beginner  •  vocabulary

Quick Slang – Talking about being excited!
2-Intermediate  •  slang  •  vocabulary

Grammar Mistakes – LIE or LAY?
3-Advanced  •  grammar  •  vocabulary

7 Common School Expressions in English
1-Beginner  •  expressions  •  vocabulary

Vocabulary – going to the beach
1-Beginner  •  vocabulary

Gender-inclusive Language – How to avoid sexism
1-Beginner  •  2-Intermediate  •  3-Advanced  •  culture & tips  •  grammar  •  vocabulary  •  writing

University degrees in North America
3-Advanced  •  culture & tips  •  vocabulary

6 Simple Phrasal Verbs
1-Beginner  •  expressions  •  vocabulary

Vocabulary – The Olympics
2-Intermediate  •  vocabulary

Slang & Vocabulary in English – BLOW
2-Intermediate  •  slang  •  vocabulary

Speaking English – Pregnancy & Having a Baby
2-Intermediate  •  vocabulary

English Vocabulary – afraid, afraid of, scared of, fear
2-Intermediate  •  vocabulary

Grammar Mistakes – RISE or RAISE?
1-Beginner  •  grammar  •  vocabulary

English Vocabulary – Assure, Ensure, Insure
2-Intermediate  •  business english  •  vocabulary

British & American English: Food Vocabulary
1-Beginner  •  2-Intermediate  •  3-Advanced  •  vocabulary

Listening Comprehension – Learn English with dirty jokes
3-Advanced  •  comprehension  •  expressions  •  slang  •  vocabulary

Internet Vocabulary
2-Intermediate  •  vocabulary

5 common mistakes in spoken English
2-Intermediate  •  culture & tips  •  speaking  •  vocabulary

Slang in English – SUCK
2-Intermediate  •  slang  •  vocabulary

“Sorry!” – 5 ways to apologize in English
1-Beginner  •  expressions  •  speaking  •  vocabulary

How to use the word ABOVE in English
1-Beginner  •  vocabulary

Sort of/Kind of
2-Intermediate  •  speaking  •  vocabulary

Knowing English can save you money!
2-Intermediate  •  culture & tips  •  expressions  •  vocabulary

How to use the word OVER in English
2-Intermediate  •  vocabulary

“Oldest” and “Eldest” – What’s the difference?
2-Intermediate  •  vocabulary

3 expressions to improve your conversation skills
2-Intermediate  •  speaking  •  vocabulary

How to MASTER your vocabulary
1-Beginner  •  2-Intermediate  •  3-Advanced  •  culture & tips  •  vocabulary

How to read job ads in English – Understanding abbreviated writing styles
2-Intermediate  •  comprehension  •  culture & tips  •  vocabulary

IELTS – How to get a high score on Task 1 of the IELTS
3-Advanced  •  business english  •  IELTS  •  vocabulary  •  writing

Slang in English – SCREW
2-Intermediate  •  slang  •  vocabulary

Listening Comprehension – Understand Sports on TV!
3-Advanced  •  comprehension  •  culture & tips  •  expressions  •  vocabulary

Winter Vocabulary in English
1-Beginner  •  vocabulary

Speak like a Canadian
1-Beginner  •  2-Intermediate  •  3-Advanced  •  culture & tips  •  slang  •  vocabulary

English Grammar & Vocabulary – ‘Now’ and ‘Still’
2-Intermediate  •  grammar  •  vocabulary

Speaking English – Talking about disability
3-Advanced  •  business english  •  culture & tips  •  expressions  •  speaking  •  vocabulary

How slang is “made” in English – bad-ass, wicked, deadly, sick
1-Beginner  •  2-Intermediate  •  3-Advanced  •  slang  •  vocabulary

Money vocabulary and expressions in English $$$
1-Beginner  •  expressions  •  vocabulary

Practical English Vocabulary: Shopping in a mall
1-Beginner  •  vocabulary

English Vocabulary – End or Finish?
2-Intermediate  •  vocabulary

Texting slang – jk, idk, ttyl, cya, tmi, np, k
1-Beginner  •  slang  •  vocabulary

Slang in English: ‘What the hell’ and other HELL expressions
2-Intermediate  •  expressions  •  slang  •  vocabulary

Speaking English – How to talk about your friends
2-Intermediate  •  speaking  •  vocabulary

British & American English: Cars & Driving Vocabulary
3-Advanced  •  vocabulary

Listening Comprehension – Biography of Clint Eastwood
2-Intermediate  •  comprehension  •  speaking  •  vocabulary

Slang in English – BREAK
2-Intermediate  •  slang  •  vocabulary

Passed or Past?
1-Beginner  •  vocabulary

Improve your conversation skills with 3 expressions
2-Intermediate  •  speaking  •  vocabulary

Practical English: Understanding Medicine Labels
2-Intermediate  •  comprehension  •  vocabulary

Listening Comprehension – Legal Vocabulary in English
3-Advanced  •  business english  •  comprehension  •  speaking  •  vocabulary

The Top 3 English words you need to know – HAVE
2-Intermediate  •  grammar  •  vocabulary

Speaking English – Classroom vocabulary and expressions
1-Beginner  •  speaking  •  vocabulary

Slang in English – PISS
3-Advanced  •  slang  •  vocabulary

Holiday Vocabulary in English – Halloween (and idioms about DEATH)
2-Intermediate  •  culture & tips  •  expressions  •  vocabulary

Bar and Pub Slang
3-Advanced  •  slang  •  vocabulary

Speaking English – Talking about Accidents
2-Intermediate  •  speaking  •  vocabulary

Learn English with Cooking: Making Blueberry Pancakes!
1-Beginner  •  vocabulary

English Vocabulary – School Slang
1-Beginner  •  slang  •  vocabulary

TALK, SPEAK, TELL – What’s the difference?
2-Intermediate  •  speaking  •  vocabulary

Talking about being sick – English health vocabulary
1-Beginner  •  speaking  •  vocabulary

Prejudice Vocabulary – “racist”, “sexist”, “biased”, “ignorant”…
3-Advanced  •  culture & tips  •  vocabulary

English Vocabulary – Negative Characteristics – arrogant, vain, snob…
3-Advanced  •  culture & tips  •  vocabulary

5 ways to say goodbye in English
2-Intermediate  •  speaking  •  vocabulary

Confused Words – DESERT or DESSERT?
2-Intermediate  •  vocabulary

English Vocabulary – Talking about Shopping
1-Beginner  •  vocabulary

7 compound adjectives for describing people in English
2-Intermediate  •  vocabulary

Confused Words – Succeed, Success, Successful, Successfully
2-Intermediate  •  grammar  •  vocabulary

Business English Vocabulary – COLLABORATE or COOPERATE?
2-Intermediate  •  business english  •  vocabulary

English Grammar – Adverb Suffixes: -ly, -wards, -wise
3-Advanced  •  grammar  •  vocabulary

Confused Words – LOSE or LOOSE?
2-Intermediate  •  vocabulary

Slang in English – Bodily Noises – FART, BURP, YAWN, HICCUP, QUEEF
1-Beginner  •  2-Intermediate  •  3-Advanced  •  slang  •  vocabulary

How to give directions in English
2-Intermediate  •  speaking  •  vocabulary

Business English Vocabulary – CUSTOMER or CLIENT?
1-Beginner  •  business english  •  vocabulary

English Vocabulary for the ladies – Talking about your period
1-Beginner  •  2-Intermediate  •  3-Advanced  •  culture & tips  •  speaking  •  vocabulary

English Vocabulary Pyramid – JECT – eject, object, reject, subject, etc.
2-Intermediate  •  vocabulary

English Vocabulary – LOST
2-Intermediate  •  vocabulary

Speaking English – Saying Numbers
1-Beginner  •  speaking  •  vocabulary

Learn English – 5 common mistakes when talking about food
2-Intermediate  •  culture & tips  •  speaking  •  vocabulary

English Vocabulary – GET
1-Beginner  •  grammar  •  vocabulary

Speaking English – Talking about Directions
3-Advanced  •  comprehension  •  speaking  •  vocabulary

Speaking English – How to order in a restaurant
1-Beginner  •  culture & tips  •  speaking  •  vocabulary

Speaking English – Talking about the Bathroom & Toilet
1-Beginner  •  2-Intermediate  •  slang  •  speaking  •  vocabulary

Confused Words – sometime or sometimes?
2-Intermediate  •  vocabulary

English Vocabulary – Winter Clothing
1-Beginner  •  vocabulary

English Vocabulary – Getting Dressed
1-Beginner  •  vocabulary

Business English – How to expand your vocabulary
1-Beginner  •  2-Intermediate  •  3-Advanced  •  business english  •  culture & tips  •  vocabulary

Speaking English – Talking about travel
1-Beginner  •  grammar  •  vocabulary

2 Quick Ways to Improve your English – FOR EXAMPLE & SAME
2-Intermediate  •  culture & tips  •  vocabulary

Polite English – Softening Your Message
2-Intermediate  •  culture & tips  •  speaking  •  vocabulary

Speaking English – Talking about pains and aches
1-Beginner  •  vocabulary

English Vocabulary & Idioms – Talking about NOISE
2-Intermediate  •  expressions  •  vocabulary

HAPPY NEW YEAR! Bar, club, and party vocabulary & slang
2-Intermediate  •  expressions  •  slang  •  vocabulary

Slang in English – Many meanings of JOHN
2-Intermediate  •  slang  •  vocabulary

English Vocabulary – Talking about CRIME
2-Intermediate  •  expressions  •  speaking  •  vocabulary

Learning English with the News – Improve your vocabulary and comprehension
1-Beginner  •  2-Intermediate  •  comprehension  •  culture & tips  •  vocabulary

English Vocabulary Pyramid – TRACT
3-Advanced  •  vocabulary

Commonly Confused Words in English – 9 Homophones
2-Intermediate  •  vocabulary

Commonly Confused Words in English – BRING or TAKE?
1-Beginner  •  vocabulary

English in the News: Vocabulary of Floods
2-Intermediate  •  3-Advanced  •  comprehension  •  vocabulary

English Grammar – ALL & EVERY – What’s the difference?
3-Advanced  •  grammar  •  vocabulary

Vocabulary – The difference between WANT & NEED in English
1-Beginner  •  vocabulary

English Vocabulary Pyramid – VERT
2-Intermediate  •  vocabulary

English Vocabulary Pyramid – MUSE
3-Advanced  •  vocabulary

Speaking English – Talking about Family
1-Beginner  •  culture & tips  •  pronunciation  •  speaking  •  vocabulary

Commonly Confused Words in English: EFFECT & AFFECT
1-Beginner  •  2-Intermediate  •  vocabulary

Expressions in English – MOUTH
2-Intermediate  •  expressions  •  vocabulary

English Vocabulary – First name? Given name? Forename? What’s your name?
1-Beginner  •  culture & tips  •  vocabulary

Commonly Confused Words in English: BEFORE & AGO
1-Beginner  •  vocabulary

How to talk about looks – BEAUTIFUL, HOT, SEXY, UNATTRACTIVE, NOT MY TYPE, and more!
2-Intermediate  •  culture & tips  •  speaking  •  vocabulary

English Vocabulary – LISTEN & HEAR
1-Beginner  •  vocabulary

English Vocabulary – LOOK / SEE / WATCH
2-Intermediate  •  vocabulary

Polite English – Saying Yes and No
1-Beginner  •  speaking  •  vocabulary

Commonly Confused Words in English – BYE, BUY, BY, BI
1-Beginner  •  vocabulary

Polite English – 8 Ways to Say ‘Thank You’ in English
1-Beginner  •  speaking  •  vocabulary

Expressions in English – Food
2-Intermediate  •  expressions  •  vocabulary

Business English – 7 Common Workplace Abbreviations
2-Intermediate  •  business english  •  vocabulary  •  writing

English Vocabulary – How to talk about money
2-Intermediate  •  business english  •  vocabulary

Vocabulary – How to talk about the weather in English
1-Beginner  •  speaking  •  vocabulary

English Vocabulary – WISH & HOPE
2-Intermediate  •  vocabulary

English Slang – FREAK
2-Intermediate  •  slang  •  vocabulary

English Vocabulary – Hair and Parts of the Face
1-Beginner  •  vocabulary

English Vocabulary – How to talk about where you were born and raised
1-Beginner  •  speaking  •  vocabulary

Speaking English – How to talk about mistakes and regrets
1-Beginner  •  pronunciation  •  speaking  •  vocabulary

English Vocabulary – Love, Dating, and Relationships
2-Intermediate  •  3-Advanced  •  culture & tips  •  speaking  •  vocabulary

English Vocabulary – Appointments, Reservations, and Plans
2-Intermediate  •  speaking  •  vocabulary

English Vocabulary – How to Talk about Marriage
2-Intermediate  •  vocabulary

Commonly Confused Words in English: YOU’RE & YOUR
1-Beginner  •  vocabulary

English Vocabulary – How To Talk About Death and Dying
2-Intermediate  •  speaking  •  vocabulary

Commonly Confused Words in English: DURING & WHILE
2-Intermediate  •  vocabulary

Improve your English Vocabulary with Roots – “port”
2-Intermediate  •  3-Advanced  •  grammar  •  vocabulary

ENGLISH VOCABULARY – Using PLAY, GO, DO for sports
1-Beginner  •  grammar  •  vocabulary

English Vocabulary – Spatial Location – BEHIND, UNDER, ON TOP OF, BETWEEN, and more!
1-Beginner  •  vocabulary

Speaking English – How to Express Time
1-Beginner  •  grammar  •  vocabulary

Commonly Confused Words in English: ADVICE & ADVISE
2-Intermediate  •  vocabulary

Borrow, Lend, Rent, Use – English Vocabulary and Usage
2-Intermediate  •  grammar  •  speaking  •  vocabulary

English Pronunciation – Words starting with B
1-Beginner  •  2-Intermediate  •  pronunciation  •  vocabulary

English Grammar Tip – Are you bored, or boring?
1-Beginner  •  culture & tips  •  grammar  •  vocabulary

Commonly Confused Words in English: WHOSE & WHO’S
1-Beginner  •  vocabulary

Phrasal Verbs – UP
2-Intermediate  •  expressions  •  vocabulary

Commonly Confused Words in English: they’re, there, their
1-Beginner  •  vocabulary  •  writing

Speaking English – Say, Tell, Hear, Listen – How to use them correctly
1-Beginner  •  grammar  •  speaking  •  vocabulary

Vocabulary – Using ‘must’ & ‘have to’ in English
2-Intermediate  •  speaking  •  vocabulary

English Speaking – Saying Hello and Goodbye
1-Beginner  •  expressions  •  speaking  •  vocabulary

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