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    LESSON 1

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    Sometimes, English...
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    In American English there are a number of meanings of the verb have. Today I’m going to show you how to use have when it is used to mean “eat” or “drink.” In addition, I’ll show you how we use take to talk about meal breaks.
    Have is used to mean eat or...
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    Hi Everyone. Today I’m going to  show you three commonly used phrasal verbs. Remember, a phrasal verbs is a combination of a verb + a preposition:
    Mix Up (to confuse)
    Examples:
    I mixed up the time of the meeting today, so I was late.
    Tom never mixes up his appointments.
    Jane mixed up some vocabulary on her English exam.


    Keep On (to continue)
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    ]Basic Greetings in English

    An English conversation a conversation usually starts with a question. There are two kinds of questions we use – how and what. Here are some examples of each:

    How are you? What’s new?
    How’s it going? What’s up?
    How’s life?...
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    The fireworks above the city are beautiful

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    Pig out is a verb and means “to overeat” or “to eat too much.”

    I always pig out when I go to a restaurant.
    Jack said he pigged out at Tom’s party...
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    Sometimes translating from one language to another results in unnatural sounding language. Have a look at the following sentence:

    I entered my company in 2005.

    This sentence isn’t natural in English. Today, I’m going to show you why
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    We use enter when we talk about going into a place, like, “I entered the coffee shop.”...
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    Today, let’s look at four phrases which are:

    - Be through with
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