might have, and many more! Build your speaking and listening confidence with this very practical English pronunciation lesson, then go out into the world and sound more natural than ever!
Hello Alex , hello everyone .
Thank you Alex for this lesson . The most difficult part of a language is to understand and speak fast and casual speeches . I am going to practice the tips you have given us and it will help me improve .
Nice! Good luck, tsamp.
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You’re far too kind. Thanks for your feedback!
Thanks Teacher Alex.
Any time. Thanks for studying with me.
Hello Alex! Thanks for a wonderful lesson and a good mood!
Any time! I think it’s important for lessons to feel enjoyable as well as informative.
Hi Alex think you very much for your interesting i was looking for this lesson for along time ago !i appreciate you.
That’s so great! I’m glad you finally found a lesson like this to help you.
Another valuable lesson.
You’re encouraging me to speak English naturally.
I really appreciate it.
All the best
No problem! I’m glad you enjoyed the video.
You’re the best!
Thanks for your kind feedback. I appreciate it.
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It’s a unicorn. It’s actually from one of my favourite childhood movies called The Last Unicorn.
I have a question teacher, in the sentence bellow why the correct answer is he must have instead of he must has, you know: he,she,it has?
6. “He musta been sick” is the reduced spoken form of:
He must be sick.
He must has been sick.
He must have been sick.
He must had been sick.
It’s the reduced form of “He must have been sick.”
The following sentences aren’t grammatically correct:
“He must has been sick.” (always use a base verb after a modal…”must have”)
“He must had been sick.” (same rule as above)
I hope this helps.
yes helpful, helped me alot thank you very much.
I was wrong with the “must have” too (9/10).
Thank you for reminding the rule “always use a base verb after a modal”.
this one was thougher than I tought.
Like anything else in life, it takes time to learn, but it’s not impossible. :)
Great lesson. Thanks a lot.
No problem! I’m glad you liked it.
“A successful lesson.” :)
Hello. :) I hope you’re having a good day.
Thank you, Alex! This lesson is Cool! i hope you will make a lesson like it
“I hope you will make more lessons like it.”
I’m glad you enjoyed it. Thanks for studying with me.
“Like wouldee from Toy Story” hahaha I´ve had so much fun with this comment XD
Nice lesson Alex, thanks so much!!
Nice! I’m glad you enjoyed it.
Thank you teacher…!!!!
You’re very welcome! Thanks for studying with me.
Thanks Alex. Great lesson! A smile:)
That’s the best kind of reaction I can hope for. Thanks for the smile!
Thanks Alex, even your energy is enough to grasp those things. :)
Thank you! I’m glad it was a useful video for you.
Thank you Alex
My pleasure! Nice avatar. I used to be obsessed with The Simpsons.
Thanks for your comment. The Simpsons are great.
NICE LESSON, ALEX!
Thanks a lot. I’m glad you liked it!
I really appreciate about this awesom lesson thank you Alex
“I really appreciate this awesome lesson.”
I’m glad you enjoyed it! Thanks for studying with me and good luck in the future.
Thank so much teacher. We want more
“Thanks so much, teacher. We want more.”
I’m glad you enjoyed it! Don’t worry. I have many more videos coming in the future.
It is a very good lesson. Now I can understand the movies much better. Thank you so much.
You’re very welcome! Thanks for checking it out.
You’re welcome. *thumbs up*
very good lesson/
Thank you. I’m glad you liked it.
Great and useful lesson! Thanks for it.
Actually, I’ve noticed there is a mistake in the 3rd conditional sentence of question No.9. It actually should read as: “I might have done better if you HAD helped me.”
Ah, I see what you mean. It’s also possible to say “I might have done better if you would have helped me” too, though. Your form is more grammatically correct and common, though.
That was very useful???
You’re very welcome! I’m glad you liked it.
Would you explain how to understand news report and complex speech, thank you teacher Alex.
Hi Alex. Great job! It’s very important to practice the pronunciation of those modals. English is hard. Sometimes I think that it is all Greek to me. Thanks again. I’ll see you next time. Take it easy. Bye!
French is almost all Greek to me, so I understand your challenges. :)
Hi Alex. This lesson also is a great way to improve listening. I’m interested in watching your lessons. Thank you.
Exactly! One of the most important skills this improves is your listening. I’m glad you liked it. Thanks for watching.
I’ve got 100, but in some questions I hesitited. Thank you Alex for a good lesson. I hope that I shall be understand native speaers better.
I hope so too! Good luck with your studies.
I have qot 100, Thank you/
Nice work! Keep on studying.
Thanks my teacher
I want to learn English please help me
Thank you for this explanations….
I have a question
Please tell me about pronunciation about…
would she ?
could she ?
Should She ?
There’s no reduction in these situations. The “Sh” sound is necessary.
Very good lesson.Thanks
You’re welcome. I’m happy you enjoyed it.
Hi. Thanks a lot for helping us.
But sir could you please help me with understanding the difference between “needn’t”,”don’t need to” and “mustn’t”
I get a little confused and don’t know in which situation I should use them.
Please make a tutorial video and let us know the correct grammar.
But thanks again for all the things you have done.
Hello, Alex thanks for this good lesson that you share us. Actually it’s good to use short cut words or reduce pronunciation while you are speaking.
Hello,teacher. I’m a teacher of English and my students ask me to teach them how to speak like native speakers, I always do but the problem that I face is that I have no documents. Please, tell me what I should I do?
Check out islcollective.com if you’re looking for classroom materials.
If you have any documents, please send them to me. This my e-mail address:email@example.com
special thanks prof.
Useful class, I get 10/10, unexpectedly! Thank you Alex.
Nice job on the quiz! Thanks for watching, dodik.
Hafta is a week in turkish))))? i can`t use it like have to)))
10/10 ☺. Alex ,I would like to ask a question . What’s the difference between keep studying and keep on studying ? It seems like same for me so, why do we put “on” between the verbs?
That’s a great question with no answer. Why do we say “sit down” and “sit”? Or “stand up” and “stand”? :) It’s just another way of saying the same thing. The phrasal verb versions are a bit more informal, and that’s basically the only difference.
I thought “has” was associated with he an she. Its very confused the use of “must have” using he or she. For example you say “he must have’ and not “he must has” instead.
Normally, you’re right, but because “must” is a modal, it must be followed by a base form verb. :)
Excellent speaking learning !
omg, this is what i’ve always been confused when I read drama subtitles. I didn’t know what happened when characters said modals so quickly, this is so hard to me to follow their taking speed. but from you teching, now i know the trick. thanks a lot,Alex!
That’s great to hear! I’m glad this has helped you. :)
I love Drama! :)
Thank’s you so much!
Thanks so much
thaks so much
thank you alex
Really useful lesson. Thanks million.
One of the best teacher!
Thank you very much Alex . This lesson vrey important for speaking
Wow! I coulda understood a lot of English songs if I had seen this lesson before.
Thanks for your lessons!
But can you clarify in which English speaking countries this reduces are common?
really good teacher all the best for you
thanks Mr.Alex ! Nice lesson!
Thx dude, after watching this lesson, my butt “oughta” moves! LOLOL XD! Have a nice day!
Wow I got 10/10!
Thanks Alex for teaching us ^_^
Thanks a lot Mr. Alex! Great!
Wow what a great lesson! Thanks
Many thanks for this lesson, it’s very useful.
Thank you, Alex
90 out of 100 marks, thanks.
I got 10
Tank you Alex
Tank you Alex