Hello everyone. Welcome to the Langfocus channel and my name is Paul. Today we’ll be answering the question “How are British English and American English Different?” – one of the most commonly asked questions by learners of English. And hopefully native speakers of English will learn a thing or two from this video as well.
hi this is Simon Leung from Simon Leung dot com (SimonLeung.com) and Fluency Secrets dot com (FluencySecrets.com) and today we are going to start our first English fluency secrets lesson with an introduction to English language learning from bahala ma totally hoy Cielo yeah we just watched The Lion King movie and speaking of movies
Hey, it’s Annemarie with Speak Confident English. Back in July I did a lesson on 10 smart words to use at work and it immediately became the most popular lesson that we have here on YouTube. So because I know that you love that kind of lesson and I know that you want to have
Say no can be so hard it’s not just about saying those two little letters and Oh, it’s about so much more. It’s easy to feel guilty or rude saying no, but after this video You’re going to be able to say no clearly and with confidence in eighty different ways So get ready to
Hi everyone! It’s Jennifer. If you haven’t joined me on Kiki yet, I’d like to invite you again. There’s a lot of learning that we can do together on Kiki. What is Kiki? It’s an app. You want to go to the app store and look for Kiki Time. There’s some different apps with a
Here we go! back up – Please back up your work so it’ssaved. break up – The signal is breaking up, sotry a different channel. call back – I’ll call you back after I’mfinished with my meeting. call up – I’ll call up the company andplace an order. click on – Click on the link
hi guys welcome to my channel I wantedto make a video today about the different accents which exist within theUnited States of America like I know the United States is not the whole world butreally it is is the greatest country on Earth I might mention a few othercountries outside of this great nation I
Everyone born into a language in just that way is born into winning the lottery from the perspective of anyone else trying to learn that language. Because anyone else will always feel like, "Why is that just fine for you? Like why does that just make sense?" Especially for English…. I want to become fluent