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'ly' Adverbs & Adjectives | English Grammar Lesson | B1-Intermediate

'ly' Adverbs & Adjectives | English Grammar Lesson | B1-Intermediate

Download a FREE PDF of EXERCISES on Adjectives & Adverbs by visiting Anglo-Link's PDF LIBRARY at https://app.anglo-link.com/files/category/8-free-samples/ Join my teacher-guided online English course at https://app.anglo-link.com. My complete course takes you step by step to an advanced (C1) level of spoken and written fluency. It includes: - Weekly LIVE Lessons and Workshops with me to keep you motivated and on track - Members' Conversation Club to boost your fluency and confidence to speak English Memberships start at US$6.50 per month. Words ending in 'ly' are usually adverbs, but there are some adjectives that end in 'ly' too. In this lesson, we review those adjectives and find out what their adverb forms are. Related lessons: Common mistakes with Adjectives & Adverbs: https://youtu.be/Yd_BOav7TRE Participle adjectives (interested / interesting): https://youtu.be/I5KDW0yrHgc A little about me: My name's Minoo, and I'm originally from Iran. I obtained my TEFL (Teaching English as a Foreign Language) Diploma in England in 1985. Since then, I've been an English teacher, teacher trainer, and course director in various schools and countries. I'm also a trained confidence coach. In 2008, my son, Tom, and I set up the Anglo-Link platform for online English studies. This led to the creation of our popular YouTube channel in 2011. My passion is to share with you what I've learnt on my own English language journey, both as a student and as a teacher, so that you can become a fluent speaker of English too. Find all the support you need to reach your goal of speaking English with confidence and ease by joining the Anglo-Link Community at https://app.anglo-link.com. #English Lesson #English Language #Adverbs #Adjectives #Enlish grammar #English grammar lesson
2024年05月17日
00:00:00 - 00:12:50
Word Order | English Grammar Lesson | B1-Intermediate

Word Order | English Grammar Lesson | B1-Intermediate

Download a FREE PDF of EXERCISES on English Word Order by visiting Anglo-Link's PDF LIBRARY at https://app.anglo-link.com/files/category/8-free-samples/ Join my teacher-guided online English course at https://app.anglo-link.com. My complete course takes you step by step to an advanced (C1) level of spoken and written fluency. It includes: - Weekly LIVE Lessons and Workshops with me to keep you motivated and on track - Members' Conversation Club to boost your fluency and confidence to speak English Memberships start at US$6.50 per month. Getting the word order right is an important part of speaking English fluently. This lesson will help you to eliminate the common mistakes you might be making. Related lessons: Word Order (Sentence structure): https://youtu.be/HtmiVotX61M Place of adverbs: https://youtu.be/C7BnQ6PmoPE A little about me: My name's Minoo, and I'm originally from Iran. I obtained my TEFL (Teaching English as a Foreign Language) Diploma in England in 1985. Since then, I've been an English teacher, teacher trainer, and course director in various schools and countries. I'm also a trained confidence coach. In 2008, my son, Tom, and I set up the Anglo-Link platform for online English studies. This led to the creation of our popular YouTube channel in 2011. My passion is to share with you what I've learnt on my own English language journey, both as a student and as a teacher, so that you can become a fluent speaker of English too. Join the Anglo-Link Community at https://app.anglo-link.com. Here you will find all the support you need to reach your goal of speaking English with confidence and ease! #English Language Mistakes #English Fluency #Word Order #common mistakes #word order mistakes #word order in statements
2024年05月10日
00:00:00 - 00:09:40
Lie & Lay | Rise & Raise | British English Vs American English | Grammar & Vocabulary Lesson

Lie & Lay | Rise & Raise | British English Vs American English | Grammar & Vocabulary Lesson

Download a FREE PDF of this English vocabulary LESSON on 'lay', 'lie', 'rise', and 'raise' + a test-yourself QUIZ by visiting Anglo-Link's PDF LIBRARY at https://app.anglo-link.com/files/category/8-free-samples/ Join my teacher-guided online English course at https://app.anglo-link.com. My complete course takes you step by step to an advanced (C1) level of spoken and written fluency. It includes: - Weekly LIVE Lessons and Workshops with me to keep you motivated and on track - Members' Conversation Club to boost your fluency and confidence to speak English Memberships start at US$6.50 per month. In this lesson, we get rid of any confusion you may have about lie and lay & rise and raise. 00:00 Introduction 00:49 LIE & LAY 01:14 LIE - British English 01:59 LAY - American English 02:35 Transitive & Intransitive 03:25 Second meaning of LIE 03:46 RISE & RAISE - Intransitive 04:36 RISE & RAISE - Transitive 05:08 RISE & RAISE - As nouns Related lesson: Pronunciation differences between British & American English: https://youtu.be/2nAnT3PASak A little about me: My name's Minoo, and I'm originally from Iran. I obtained my TEFL (Teaching English as a Foreign Language) Diploma in England in 1985. Since then, I've been an English teacher, teacher trainer, and course director in various schools and countries. I'm also a trained confidence coach. In 2008, my son, Tom, and I set up the Anglo-Link platform for online English studies. This led to the creation of our popular YouTube channel in 2011. My passion is to share with you what I've learnt on my own English language journey, both as a student and as a teacher, so that you can become a fluent speaker of English too. Join the Anglo-Link Community at https://app.anglo-link.com. That's where you will find all the support you need to reach your goal of speaking English with confidence and ease!
2022年07月29日
00:00:00 - 00:05:49
Present Perfect: Active & Passive | Participle Adjectives | Advanced English Grammar

Present Perfect: Active & Passive | Participle Adjectives | Advanced English Grammar

Download a free PDF of EXERCISES on the Passive Voice by visiting Anglo-Link's PDF LIBRARY at https://app.anglo-link.com/files/category/8-free-samples/ Join my teacher-guided online English course at https://app.anglo-link.com. My complete course takes you step by step to an advanced (C1) level of spoken and written fluency. It includes: - Weekly LIVE Lessons and Workshops with me to keep you motivated and on track - Members' Conversation Club to boost your fluency and confidence to speak English Memberships start at US$6.50 per month. The Past Participle of a verb (done) can be an adjective or part of a Passive sentence. In this lesson, we get rid of any confusion this may have created for you. Related lesson: Complete lesson on the Passive Voice: http://youtu.be/pxbQ2U3Uuv0 A little about me: My name's Minoo, and I'm originally from Iran. I obtained my TEFL (Teaching English as a Foreign Language) Diploma in England in 1985. Since then, I've been an English teacher, teacher trainer, and course director in various schools and countries. I'm also a trained confidence coach. In 2008, my son, Tom, and I set up the Anglo-Link platform for online English studies. This led to the creation of our popular YouTube channel in 2011. My passion is to share with you what I've learnt on my own English language journey, both as a student and as a teacher, so that you can become a fluent speaker of English too. Find all the support you need to reach your goal of speaking English with confidence and ease by joining the Anglo-Link Community at https://app.anglo-link.com. #Passive Voice #Present Perfect #Participle adjectives #Past Participle
2022年07月15日
00:00:00 - 00:05:03
say & tell | explain & clarify | English grammar in conversation | QUIZ

say & tell | explain & clarify | English grammar in conversation | QUIZ

Join my teacher-guided online English course at https://app.anglo-link.com. This course takes you step by step to an advanced (C1) level of spoken and written fluency. It includes: - Weekly LIVE Lessons and Workshops with me to keep you motivated and on track - Members' Conversation Club to boost your fluency and confidence to speak English Memberships start at US$6.50 per month. 'Explain me' or 'explain to me'? 'tell me' or 'tell to me'? How about 'say' and 'clarify'? Find out how to use these common verbs correctly in your daily English conversations. 00:00 Introduction 00:34 Say 01:01 Tell 01:24 Say or Tell 01:51 Say & Tell in Phrases 03:10 Explain 05:18 Clarify Related lesson: Prepositions with basic verbs: https://youtu.be/-Uvp4MEdmoM A little about me: My name's Minoo, and I'm originally from Iran. I obtained my TEFL (Teaching English as a Foreign Language) Diploma in England in 1985. Since then, I've been an English teacher, teacher trainer, and course director in various schools and countries. I'm also a trained confidence coach. In 2008, my son, Tom, and I set up the Anglo-Link platform for online English studies. This led to the creation of our popular YouTube channel in 2011. My passion is to share with you what I've learnt on my own English language journey, both as a student and as a teacher, so that you can become a fluent speaker of English too. Find all the support you need to reach your goal of speaking English with confidence and ease by joining the Anglo-Link Community at https://app.anglo-link.com.
2022年07月01日
00:00:00 - 00:06:13
Top 10 phrasal verbs with Bring | English vocabulary practice

Top 10 phrasal verbs with Bring | English vocabulary practice

Download a FREE PDF of my LESSON + QUIZ '15 Must-Use Phrasal Verbs for Fluency' by visiting Anglo-Link's PDF LIBRARY at https://app.anglo-link.com/files/category/8-free-samples/ Join my teacher-guided online English course at https://app.anglo-link.com. My complete course takes you step by step to an advanced (C1) level of spoken and written fluency. It includes: - Weekly LIVE Lessons and Workshops with me to keep you motivated and on track - Members' Conversation Club to boost your fluency and confidence to speak English Memberships start at US$6.50 per month. In this lesson, we practise and activate 10 common phrasal verbs with 'bring'. 00:00 Introduction 00:30 No. 1 00:47 No. 2 01:01 No. 3 01:20 No. 4 01:37 No. 5 01:53 No. 6 02:12 No. 7 02:32 No. 8 02:53 No. 9 03:15 No. 10 Related playlist: 17 lessons on Phrasal verbs (Dialogues, Quizzes, and how to learn them): https://studio.youtube.com/playlist/PL2RW--lGzUm5_wKnkdnteh6YQM1XLTjYp/videos A little about me: My name's Minoo, and I'm originally from Iran. I obtained my TEFL (Teaching English as a Foreign Language) Diploma in England in 1985. Since then, I've been an English teacher, teacher trainer, and course director in various schools and countries. I'm also a trained confidence coach. In 2008, my son, Tom, and I set up the Anglo-Link platform for online English studies. This led to the creation of our popular YouTube channel in 2011. My passion is to share with you what I've learnt on my own English language journey, both as a student and as a teacher, so that you can become a fluent speaker of English too. Join the Anglo-Link Community at https://app.anglo-link.com. Here you will find all the support you need to reach your goal of speaking English with confidence and ease! #phrasal verbs #bring #English #vocabulary #English vocabulary lesson
2022年06月15日
00:00:00 - 00:04:05
Already Yet Still Ever Never with Present Perfect |  English Grammar Lesson

Already Yet Still Ever Never with Present Perfect | English Grammar Lesson

Join my teacher-guided online English course at https://app.anglo-link.com. This complete course takes you step by step to an advanced (C1) level of spoken and written fluency. It includes: - Weekly LIVE Lessons and Workshops with me to keep you motivated and on track - Members' Conversation Club to boost your fluency and confidence to speak English Memberships start at US$6.50 per month. Learn how to use the adverbs 'already', 'yet', 'still', 'ever', and 'never' correctly with the Present Perfect tense in daily English conversations. 00:00 Introduction 00:28 Common mistake No.1 01:28 Common mistake No.2 02:04 Typical dialogue 02:30 Common mistake No.3 Related lesson: Place of Adverbs in English Sentences: https://studio.youtube.com/video/C7BnQ6PmoPE A little about me: My name's Minoo, and I'm originally from Iran. I obtained my TEFL (Teaching English as a Foreign Language) Diploma in England in 1985. Since then, I've been an English teacher, teacher trainer, and course director in various schools and countries. I'm also a trained confidence coach. In 2008, my son, Tom, and I set up the Anglo-Link platform for online English studies. This led to the creation of our popular YouTube channel in 2011. My passion is to share with you what I've learnt on my own English language journey, both as a student and as a teacher, so that you can become a fluent speaker of English too. Find all the support you need to reach your goal of speaking English with confidence and ease by joining the Anglo-Link Community at https://app.anglo-link.com.
2022年06月10日
00:00:00 - 00:03:59
Interested or Interesting? |  Participle Adjectives  | English Grammar Lesson

Interested or Interesting? | Participle Adjectives | English Grammar Lesson

Download a free PDF of EXERCISES on Adjectives & Adverbs by visiting Anglo-Link's PDF LIBRARY at https://app.anglo-link.com/files/category/8-free-samples/ Join my teacher-guided online English course at https://app.anglo-link.com. My complete course takes you step by step to an advanced (C1) level of spoken and written fluency. It includes: - Weekly LIVE Lessons and Workshops with me to keep you motivated and on track - Members' Conversation Club to boost your fluency and confidence to speak English Memberships start at US$6.50 per month. Learn how to avoid common mistakes with participle adjectives, such as interested and interesting, intrigued and intriguing, etc. 00:00 Introduction 00:39 Participle Adjectives 01:04 Usage 01:36 Common Mistake 01:53 Example 1 02:42 Example 2 Related Lesson: Common Mistakes with Adjectives and Adverbs: https://studio.youtube.com/video/Yd_BOav7TRE A little about me: My name's Minoo, and I'm originally from Iran. I obtained my TEFL (Teaching English as a Foreign Language) Diploma in England in 1985. Since then, I've been an English teacher, teacher trainer, and course director in various schools and countries. I'm also a trained confidence coach. In 2008, my son, Tom, and I set up the Anglo-Link platform for online English studies. This led to the creation of our popular YouTube channel in 2011. My passion is to share with you what I've learnt on my own English language journey, both as a student and as a teacher, so that you can become a fluent speaker of English too. Join the Anglo-Link Community at https://app.anglo-link.com. where you will find all the support you need to reach your goal of speaking English with confidence and ease.
2022年06月02日
00:00:00 - 00:03:58
have been in vs have been to | prepositions of place | English Grammar Lesson

have been in vs have been to | prepositions of place | English Grammar Lesson

Join my teacher-guided online English course at https://app.anglo-link.com. This complete course takes you step by step to an advanced (C1) level of spoken and written fluency. It includes: - Weekly LIVE Lessons and Workshops with me to keep you motivated and on track - Members' Conversation Club to boost your fluency and confidence to speak English Memberships start at US$6.50 per month. Find out the difference between 'I've been in London' and 'I've been to London. 00:00 Introduction 00:24 'been in' vs 'been to' 01:44 Typical dialogue Related lesson: Prepositions of place: https://youtu.be/rIHWuvB16HQ A little about me: My name's Minoo, and I'm originally from Iran. I obtained my TEFL (Teaching English as a Foreign Language) Diploma in England in 1985. Since then, I've been an English teacher, teacher trainer, and course director in various schools and countries. I'm also a trained confidence coach. In 2008, my son, Tom, and I set up the Anglo-Link platform for online English studies. This led to the creation of our popular YouTube channel in 2011. My passion is to share with you what I've learnt on my own English language journey, both as a student and as a teacher, so that you can become a fluent speaker of English too. Find all the support you need to reach your goal of speaking English with confidence and ease by joining the Anglo-Link Community at https://app.anglo-link.com. #prepositions #place #prepositions of place #been to #been in #English #lesson #preposiitons of place #English grammar #Minoo grammar #Minoo Anglo-Link
2022年05月27日
00:00:00 - 00:02:47
Top 10 phrasal verbs with Take | English vocabulary practice

Top 10 phrasal verbs with Take | English vocabulary practice

Download a FREE PDF of my LESSON + QUIZ '15 Must-Use Phrasal Verbs for Fluency' by visiting Anglo-Link's PDF LIBRARY at https://app.anglo-link.com/files/category/8-free-samples/ Join my teacher-guided online English course at https://app.anglo-link.com. My complete course takes you step by step to an advanced (C1) level of spoken and written fluency. It includes: - Weekly LIVE Lessons and Workshops with me to keep you motivated and on track - Members' Conversation Club to boost your fluency and confidence to speak English Memberships start at US$6.50 per month. Practise and activate 10 common phrasal verbs with 'take'. 00:00 Introduction 00:35 No. 1 01:03 No. 2 01:29 No. 3 01:51 No. 4 02:20 No. 5 02:38 No. 6 03:04 No. 7 03:25 No. 8 03:57 No. 9 04:19 No. 10 Related playlist: 17 lessons on Phrasal verbs (Dialogues, Quizzes, and how to learn them): https://studio.youtube.com/playlist/PL2RW--lGzUm5_wKnkdnteh6YQM1XLTjYp/videos A little about me: My name's Minoo, and I'm originally from Iran. I obtained my TEFL (Teaching English as a Foreign Language) Diploma in England in 1985. Since then, I've been an English teacher, teacher trainer, and course director in various schools and countries. I'm also a trained confidence coach. In 2008, my son, Tom, and I set up the Anglo-Link platform for online English studies. This led to the creation of our popular YouTube channel in 2011. My passion is to share with you what I've learnt on my own English language journey, both as a student and as a teacher, so that you can become a fluent speaker of English too. Join the Anglo-Link Community at https://app.anglo-link.com. Here you will find all the support you need to reach your goal of speaking English with confidence and ease!
2022年05月18日
00:00:00 - 00:05:09