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On the Espresso English podcast, you'll learn English grammar, vocabulary, phrases, idioms, and more. Espresso English lessons are clear and practical, making it easy to learn the language quickly and effectively.

Visit http://www.espressoenglish.net to get English courses and e-books that will help you learn faster!
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⭐ 200 Common Errors Course: https://www.espressoenglish.net/200-common-errors-in-english-course/ 🤩 Free samples from my courses: https://espressoenglish.lpages.co/free-sample-lessons-pdf/ Are you pronouncing these words wrong? Let me share 5 quick fixes for pronunciation mistakes that I often hear among English learners. There are even more of these inside my 200 common errors in English course, where we cover grammar, vocabulary, spelling, AND pronunciation mistakes. When you make these small adjustments to your pronunciation, your accent improves and other people can understand your English more clearly.
200 Common Errors in English Course: https://espressoenglish.lpages.co/200-common-errors-course/ 🤩 Free samples from my courses: https://espressoenglish.lpages.co/free-sample-lessons-pdf/ Hey students! Today you’ll learn 5 quick fixes for common grammar mistakes that English learners often make. If you want to learn a LOT more, come join my 200 Common Errors Course at my website EspressoEnglish.net
Download free PDF + quiz: https://espressoenglish.lpages.co/free-pdf-quiz-20-collocations-break/ 1000 Collocations E-Book: https://www.espressoenglish.net/1000-english-collocations-in-10-minutes-a-day/ Advanced Vocabulary & Collocations Course: https://www.espressoenglish.net/advanced-vocabulary-and-collocations-course/ Break is one of the most common verbs in the English language - so let’s learn 20 common collocations, meaning words that are frequently used together. After watching the lesson, download the free PDF to try the quiz so you can test your knowledge of these collocations - click on the link in the description to get that lesson guide and quiz. Learning collocations like these can really help you speak English more naturally, because it becomes easier to put words together. I’ve got two ways to help you - my 1000 collocations e-book and my advanced vocabulary and collocations course. You can find them at my website EspressoEnglish.net
Download FREE lesson PDF - https://espressoenglish.lpages.co/free-pdf-verb-tenses/  Advanced English Grammar Course - https://www.espressoenglish.net/advanced-english-grammar-course/ Want to learn all the English verb tenses in less than ten minutes? That’s what you’re going to do in this video! I’ll teach you the 12 essential verb tenses AND when to use them, with examples. There’s a LOT of information in this lesson, so make sure to download the free lesson guide. You can save it, print it out, and there are even places in the guide where you can write your own sentences with each verb tense. Many English learners have difficulty with verb tenses - they often stop to think "which verb tense should I use?" and the rules about tenses can be confusing. I hope this lesson has helped you understand the differences between verb tenses in English. ...but don't just read about verb tenses, you also need to practice them! I recommend writing your own example sentence with every verb tense in this lesson. The more example sentences you write, the easier it will be to remember the structure of the verb tenses and when we use each one. So go ahead and download the free lesson guide to fill in your own examples for every verb tense. You can learn about verb tenses in much more detail inside my Advanced English Grammar Course. The lessons include quizzes to help you review and practice the verb tenses, and there's also the option to do "writing tasks" and send them in for feedback and grammar correction from our teaching team. This is very valuable because you can find out if you're making any mistakes with the English tenses... or using them correctly!  Visit my website EspressoEnglish.net to join the advanced English grammar course.
Me neither or me either?

Me neither or me either?

2024-05-3101:568

Download 30+ "Ask the teacher" lessons! - https://espressoenglish.lpages.co/free-pdf-ask-the-teacher/ 
Want to make better sentences in English? Use relative clauses! I’ll teach you all about them today. You can download a free PDF of this lesson which also includes a quiz for practice - click here to download it - you’ll definitely want it because we’re going to cover a lot of information. And if you want to take your English grammar to the next level, come check out my Advanced English Grammar Course.
Turn on, turn in, turn off, turn out, turn away - what do these phrasal verbs mean? Some of them are used in multiple ways! Today you’ll learn 10 common English phrasal verbs with TURN - and I’ve also got a quiz to help you practice. Download it for free by clicking here: https://espressoenglish.lpages.co/free-pdf-phrasal-verbs-with-turn/  You can learn more than 500 more common phrasal verbs when you join my Phrasal Verbs in Conversation course, which teaches you easily and naturally.   
Download 30+ "Ask the teacher" lessons! - https://espressoenglish.lpages.co/free-pdf-ask-the-teacher/ 
Some, Any, or No + Quiz

Some, Any, or No + Quiz

2024-05-2205:297

Let's learn about 3 tiny little words that can cause mistakes and confusion for English learners: some, any, and no. When exactly do we use these, and how can you avoid errors? I'll explain it all clearly in today's lesson! Make sure to download the free lesson guide to try the quiz inside - click here: https://espressoenglish.lpages.co/free-pdf-some-any-no/  I want to make sure your English grammar is correct, so that you can be confident about it. You can learn a lot more inside my basic and intermediate grammar e-books, as well as my advanced grammar course.
Download FREE PDF: https://espressoenglish.lpages.co/free-pdf-30-internet-abbreviations/  Let’s learn common internet abbreviations used in online chats and comments as well as text messaging. There are hundreds or thousands of these, and new ones are being invented all the time – but today you’ll learn 30 of the most common abbreviations so that you’ll understand when you see them online, and you can chat or text message more confidently in English. I’m going to go through these pretty fast – I’ll just explain what they stand for and sometimes give a quick example. You can download this lesson to save it and review it later by clicking here, and I’ll e-mail you the lesson PDF for free. Everyday English Speaking Courses: https://www.espressoenglish.net/everyday-english-speaking-course/  300+ idioms course: https://www.espressoenglish.net/english-idioms-course/  
⭐ Download FREE PDF of 30+ "Ask the teacher" lessons - https://espressoenglish.lpages.co/free-pdf-ask-the-teacher/ 600+ Confusing Words Explained E-Book: https://www.espressoenglish.net/600-confusing-english-words-explained/ 
In today’s lesson I’ll teach you the difference between the words agenda, itinerary, and schedule - three similar words that can often be confused by English learners. For more lessons like this one, get my e-book called 600+ Confusing English Words Explained - https://www.espressoenglish.net/600-confusing-english-words-explained/ 
How well do you know English prepositions? Let’s find out with this quiz! I’ll show you a sentence, and you’ll try to choose the correct preposition. After a few seconds, I’ll show you the right answer. There are 15 questions - keep track of your score and leave a comment letting me know how you did. Good luck! 1 dollar English grammar e-books: http://www.1dollargrammar.com  Advanced English Grammar Course: https://www.espressoenglish.net/advanced-english-grammar-course/ 
⭐ Download FREE PDF of 30+ "Ask the teacher" lessons - https://espressoenglish.lpages.co/free-pdf-ask-the-teacher/  ⭐ Vocabulary Builder Courses - https://www.espressoenglish.net/vocabulary-builder-courses/ 
Download FREE PDF: https://espressoenglish.lpages.co/free-pdf-30-reporting-verbs/  Reported speech is when we talk about what someone said in the past - and the verbs we use for it are called “reporting verbs” - ones like say, tell, ask, recommend, advise, warn, promise, and more. But there are some important little details to remember about the sentence structure when using each of these reporting verbs, so a lot of English learners make mistakes with them. Today I’ll teach you 30 common reporting verbs and the correct ways to use them in a sentence. I recommend downloading the PDF guide to this lesson so that you can review and remember all these reporting verbs and sentences - you can get it by clicking here: https://espressoenglish.lpages.co/free-pdf-30-reporting-verbs/  I’ve organized the reporting verbs into categories: Most common reporting verbs Reporting verbs for advice Reporting verbs for arguments and strong feelings Reporting verbs for statements Other reporting verbs Learn more in my Advanced English Grammar Course! https://www.espressoenglish.net/advanced-english-grammar-course/  
Download FREE lesson PDF: https://espressoenglish.lpages.co/free-pdf-direct-indirect-objects/  Do you know how to use direct and indirect objects CORRECTLY in English? Today I'll help you avoid two very common mistakes I see English learners make! Want to correct your mistakes and learn to use English more confidently? Check out my Advanced English Grammar Course! One of my students says this course has helped him correct a lot of errors: “This is the best English course I’ve ever taken! The explanations in all the lessons are very clear and detailed. I got to know the mistakes that non-native English speakers commonly make. What’s most interesting is that there are writing tasks in every lesson and I could send my writing in for correction! I love it very much! Through this, I got to know my grammatical mistakes that I’d been making for years.” – Foong, Malaysia
⭐ Download FREE PDF of 30+ "Ask the teacher" lessons - https://espressoenglish.lpages.co/free-pdf-ask-the-teacher/  ⭐ American English Pronunciation Course - https://www.espressoenglish.net/american-english-pronunciation-course/ 
⭐ Download FREE lesson PDF: https://espressoenglish.lpages.co/free-pdf-types-of-phrasal-verbs-examples/ ⭐ Phrasal Verbs in Conversation Course: https://www.espressoenglish.net/phrasal-verbs-intensive-course/ What Are Phrasal Verbs? They are verbs with two or three words: main verb + particle (preposition or adverb). Phrasal Verbs are very common in the English language! I wake up at 7:30 every day. Please turn off the TV. My brother and I don’t get along. We fight all the time. She came up with a good idea.  In this lesson, you’re going to learn different types of phrasal verbs - transitive and intransitive, and separable and inseparable. Don’t worry too much about those terms; I’ll show you very clearly how each type of phrasal verb works in a sentence! You’ll definitely want to download today’s lesson guide, because it includes extra content - some lists and examples of each type of phrasal verb. To get that free guide, click on the link in the video description and enter your e-mail address to receive the free PDF. ⭐ Download FREE lesson PDF: https://espressoenglish.lpages.co/free-pdf-types-of-phrasal-verbs-examples/ ⭐ Phrasal Verbs in Conversation Course: https://www.espressoenglish.net/phrasal-verbs-intensive-course/ 
Contractions combine two words into a short form with an apostrophe – for example, I am becomes I’m; could not becomes couldn’t... and many more that you’ll learn in this lesson. Contractions are extremely common in spoken English and informal written English, and today you’re going to learn 50 of them – yes, we do have that many contractions in English! Make sure to download the free PDF guide to this lesson so you can save the full contractions list and all the example sentences. ⭐ Download FREE lesson PDF: https://espressoenglish.lpages.co/free-pdf-50-contractions-in-english/ ⭐ Advanced Grammar Course: https://www.espressoenglish.net/advanced-english-grammar-course/ 
⭐ Download FREE PDF of 30+ "Ask the teacher" lessons - https://espressoenglish.lpages.co/free-pdf-ask-the-teacher/  ⭐ 600+ Confusing Words Explained E-Book - https://www.espressoenglish.net/600-confusing-english-words-explained/ 
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Jun 19th
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hasti

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Jun 19th
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afsane rashidi

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Jun 17th
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Jun 1st
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May 31st
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May 29th
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hadi hadi

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May 27th
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hadi hadi

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May 27th
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mahbobeh mohammadi

you talk too fast in this podcast

May 27th
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Mehran Msa

great

May 26th
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May 26th
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May 26th
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saeed sahraee

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May 22nd
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Shahruz Shirazian

Could you share the text for us?

May 12th
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niusha

i need a text

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Shaghayegh Minaei

دوستان چطور میتونیم متن رو داشته باشیم؟

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Shaghayegh Minaei

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maryam Arji

How can I find the text!

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