36 English Lessons In 10 Minutes (Grammar, Common Mistakes, Pronunciation, Vocabulary)

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In this video you will see 36 English lessons in just 10 minutes. These are lessons on English grammar, common mistakes in speaking English, English pronunciation and English vocabulary and phrases.

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Want to speak English fast? Try these phrases. I don’t know. Dunno. Do you want to go? Wanna go? I have got to go. Gotta go. I’m going to shopping. No. No. No. Wrong. I’m going shopping. Yes, right.

 

At, on or in? My birthday is in August. Normally ‘in’ for months. The party is on Saturday. Normally ‘on’ for days. The party starts at 7pm. Normally ‘at’ with time.

 

I live at England. No. No. I live in England. I live in Brazil. I live in India.

 

Sweet. Candy. Mobile phone. Cell phone. Biscuit. Cookie. Chemist. Drugstore. Lift. Elevator.

 

Primary school. Elementary school. Rubbish. Trash. Petrol. Gas. Car park. Parking lot. Trainers. Sneakers.

 

Approx. Approximately. CCTV. Closed circuit television. DIY. Do it yourself. FAQ. Frequently asked questions. p.a. Per annum. ‘Per annum’ means per year.

 

I don’t have. No. After ‘have’, you need to say what you don’t have. For example, ‘I don’t have a dog.’ I don’t have it. I don’t have that.

 

I am so boring. No. If you are talking about your feelings, that you have nothing to do, you need to say ‘I am so bored.’ I am so bored. Don’t say ‘I am boring.’

 

1 sheep. 2 sheep. 1 fish. 2 fish. 1 aircraft. 2 aircraft. 1 deer. 2 deer. Some words in English don’t need an S for the plural.

 

Are you live in England? No. Do you live in England? Yes.

 

I am fine thank you, and you? No. Native speakers normally don’t say this if someone asks them ‘How are you?’ So try these phrases instead. I’m good thanks. I’m not bad. I’m alright.

 

Common English mistakes. Don’t say ‘Do you like the basketball?’ Say, ‘Do you like basketball?’ Don’t say ‘I looked at me in the mirror.’ Say, ‘I looked at myself in the mirror.’ Don’t say ‘It’s not enough spicy.’ Say, ‘It’s not spicy enough.’

 

Want to improve your English? Well stop saying this. I am on the taxi. You are not on the taxi. If you mean you are sitting in the taxi, you need to say ‘I am in the taxi.’ Don’t say ‘I am on the taxi.’

 

1 goose. 2 geese. 1 life. 2 lives. 1 quiz. 2 quizzes. 1 tooth. 2 teeth. 1 leaf. 2 leaves.

 

I’m come from England. No. You need to say ‘I come from England.’ No ‘I’m’, just ‘I’. I come from France. I come from China.

 

English slang. Bloke. Bloke. This means a man. For example, ‘He is a nice bloke.’ Cheers. Cheers. This means thank you. For example, ‘Cheers for all your help last week.’

 

I want to learning English. No. No. You need to say, ‘I want to learn English.’ No ING.

 

Three questions you need to know. Number one. What does this word mean? Number two. Could you repeat that please? And number three. How do you say this word?

 

Do you always say ‘thank you’? Well, try these phrases instead. Thanks. Cheers. Thanks a million. I appreciate it. I’m grateful for your help.

 

Advanced. Basic. Afraid. Brave. Create. Destroy. Enemy. Friend. Fresh. Stale.

 

I don’t know what is it. No. I don’t know what it is. Yes. ‘I don’t know’ is a statement. ‘What is it’ is a question so if you put them together, it’s like this.

 

Different ways to say ‘I like it.’ I’m into it. I love it. I’m crazy about it. I enjoy it. And I’m mad about it.

 

Different ways to say ‘I’m really thirsty.’ I’m parched. I’m dying of thirst. I could really do with a drink right now.

 

Different ways to say ‘I don’t like it.’ I can’t stand it. I’m not into it. I hate it. It’s not for me. I’m not crazy about it.

 

I am waiting you. No. No. No. You should say ‘I am waiting for you.’ I am waiting for the bus. I am waiting for the movie to start.

 

Different ways to say ‘I’m sorry’. I apologize. I’d like to apologize for … I take full responsibility.

 

My mistake. My bad. How to use ‘get’ part 2. He gets $20 per hour. In this sentence, ‘get’ means to earn. Do you get it? In this sentence, ‘get’ means to understand.

 

If I say ‘I could have gone to the gym yesterday’, did I go? No I did not. Was it possible? Yes it was. Thjs is one of the main uses of ‘could have’. We use it to talk about something that was possible in the past but it did not happen.

 

He is so loudly. No. No. You need to say ‘He is so loud.’ Why? Because ‘loudly’ is an adverb.

 

I should have gone to the gym yesterday. Did I go? No I didn’t. Do I wish that I went to the gym? Yes I do. So this is one of the main uses of ‘should have’. We use it to talk about something that didn’t happen in the past but we wish that it did happen.

 

Three questions you need to know. Number one. What do I call this in English? Number two. Where are you from? Number three. What do you do? Now when a native speaker says this really quickly, it normally sounds like Woddayuh do? Woddayuh do? Woddayuh do? Woddayuh do?

 

Here are some different ways to say ‘I feel sick.’ I’m not feeling well. I’ve come down with something. I’m sick as a dog. This means you are really sick.

 

How to use ‘get’ part 3. Do you get me? In this sentence, ‘get’ means to understand. Do you get a cold every Winter? In this sentence, ‘get’ means to catch or to be affected by something.

 

I don’t have nothing to do. No. If you are trying to say that you are bored, there are no activities for you to do, you can say ‘I have nothing to do.’ Or you can say ‘I don’t have anything to do.’

 

It’s a three-years course. No. We should say ‘It’s a three-year course.’ No S. It’s a four-days trip. No. We should say ‘It’s a four-day trip.’ No S.

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