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Latest Lessons Profile photo of Benjamin Giving Excuses: How to say NO in English Profile photo of Benjamin Learn 18 English PHRASAL VERBS for compliments & criticism Profile photo of Benjamin Learn how to tell an interesting story… or make a boring story interesting! Profile photo of Benjamin Strange & unusual traditions of the United Kingdom Profile photo of Benjamin REAL ENGLISH: Vocabulary and expressions to get a haircut Profile photo of Benjamin IMPROVE YOUR VOCABULARY: length, long, short, wide, broad, high, height… Profile photo of Benjamin English Tips for Japanese Speakers Profile photo of Benjamin 15 PHRASAL VERBS about sickness in English Profile photo of Benjamin Writing & Punctuation: How to use COLONS & SEMICOLONS

Learn English with me! Follow my videos on EngVid and subscribe to my YouTube channel to improve your vocabulary, grammar, and speaking skills. With practice, these lessons will help you to become a fluent speaker of English.

I live and teach in the exciting city of London. I worked as an actor for many years before teaching EFL, so I hope, at the very least, that I’ve managed to make my videos entertaining! Take the quiz on each lesson to test your understanding of what I teach.

After working in a top U.K. language school, I realised that students of English needed more practice of listening to real speakers of English. Studying grammar is fine, but without listening to native English speakers, your command over the language will never be very natural.

I hope you enjoy my EngVid classes, and that your study of English brings you much joy.

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Latest Lessons Profile photo of Adam PREPOSITIONS in English: under, below, beneath, underneath Profile photo of Adam Real English Vocabulary: Taking care of your car Profile photo of Adam 10 Common English Idioms & Expressions From Education Profile photo of Adam English Grammar: Compound Subjects & Verb Agreement Profile photo of Adam 8 Phrasal Verbs with BREAK: break in, break up, break through… Profile photo of Adam My 6 TOP tips for taking tests and exams Profile photo of Adam WRITING – Advanced English Transitions: thereby, thereof, hereby, therein, wherein, whereby… Profile photo of Adam Real English: Talking about BEER Profile photo of Adam 23 Phrasal Verbs with COME: come across, come around, come up with…

Do you love English? Me too. That's why we're here—to get a better grasp of the language because English is a key to the world. Join me and others from around the world as we practice our English skills and get to know each other. I have taught, coached, and edited for hundreds of non-native English users for 14 years, in four countries. Let me put this experience to work for you; subscribe to my channel and don't forget to comment here on engVid— remember, all questions are good ones if they help you improve.

These days, I'm back home in Toronto, Canada. I concentrate on helping people prepare for tests such as the IELTS, TOEFL, and SAT. Test takers can learn to write at Write to Top, my site dedicated to guiding you to your target score. I also edit and proofread documents, websites, and university applications on EditorProof. As you might have guessed by now, I live and love the English language.

And, yes, I know English can be difficult; but it is also a very beautiful language, and it can give you a lot of pleasure. It can also take you to places you’ve always wanted to go, such as to cities far away, or even just a few floors up, in the management offices of your company. English is a tool; learn to use it properly, and the whole world can become your playground.

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Latest Lessons Profile photo of Ronnie PRONUNCIATION of English Words with an -ON Ending Profile photo of Ronnie English Grammar: MUST & HAVE TO Profile photo of Ronnie ♥ ♥ ♥ 16 Common English LOVE Expressions ♥ ♥ ♥ Profile photo of Ronnie Culture & Vocabulary: Major religions of the world Profile photo of Ronnie English Vocabulary – WISH & HOPE Profile photo of Ronnie Learn English Grammar: Superlative Adjectives Profile photo of Ronnie Vocabulary & Tips to SAVE MONEY Profile photo of Ronnie SLANG words using ‘bug’ in English Profile photo of Ronnie English Grammar: AUXILIARY VERBS – be, do, have

Hi, I'm Ronnie! My first ever teaching English experience lasted 4 years in the beautiful remote region of Obihiro in Hokkaido, Japan! And now I find myself in Toronto, Canada teaching ESL and business English.

I'm a bit of a "nutter" - which makes learning from me very very exciting! I wish to only teach you REAL LIFE things that are useful, and that we use TODAY - no outdated old school grammar textbooks. You need to know how to survive in this fast-talking, hustle of an English world!

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Latest Lessons Profile photo of Emma Learn English: How to use I’D BETTER & I’D BETTER NOT Profile photo of Emma English for Beginners: Countable & Uncountable Nouns Profile photo of Emma 12 English Expressions with ALL: “for all I know”, “all along”, “all talk”… Profile photo of Emma Practice your VOCABULARY, LISTENING, and COMPREHENSION with this game Profile photo of Emma Find a NEW JOB in North America: Cover Letter & Resume Advice Profile photo of Emma Learn English Vocabulary: FAKE NEWS Profile photo of Emma Learn English Expressions: JUST IN CASE Profile photo of Emma My TOP 5 Writing Tips (for all levels) Profile photo of Emma Why you should make mistakes, and how to learn from them

Hi, my name is Emma. Learning a different language can be hard, but it can also be a fun and rewarding experience. Although I am a native English speaker, I can relate to students because I had to learn French when I was younger. When I first started learning French, it was a real challenge, especially pronunciation. I was so embarrassed to speak and I would never put my hand up in class because I was scared of making mistakes. Finally, I had a great teacher who taught me that making mistakes and learning from them is the best way to learn a language. She was right!

I have been teaching for 3 years now. Before teaching ESL, I studied anthropology and archaeology at university. This background has helped me to understand some of the cultural differences of my students, including differences in how they may approach learning, writing, body language, and speaking.

I am TESOL-certified and have taught students from various backgrounds, ages, and levels. From immigrants to international students, private lessons to classrooms, my experiences have been varied and have allowed me to gain insight into the challenges that ESL students face.

Teaching is one of those great professions that allow you to be forever learning. While I teach students both French and English, they teach me about their cultures, their lives, and other ways to see the world. It is a privilege to teach and I am thankful for all of my students over the years who have shared their stories, interests, and dreams with me.

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Latest Lessons Profile photo of Alex Learn 20 intransitive PHRASAL VERBS in English Profile photo of Alex 5 books to improve your English Profile photo of Alex Learn English Grammar: Infinitives of Purpose Profile photo of Alex Real English: Talking about what people wear Profile photo of Alex Improve your Vocabulary: 10 common word combinations in English Profile photo of Alex English Grammar & Vocabulary: Permanent Plurals Profile photo of Alex 30 English Phrasal Verb Commands Profile photo of Alex English Modals: 4 ways to use “SHOULD” Profile photo of Alex Fixed Modal Expressions: Easy English sentences to memorize and use!

My name is Alex, and I have been teaching English since 2008 in a variety of environments. From private tutoring, to classrooms, as well as teaching over the Internet, I have had many wonderful experiences in my job. I love what I do, and I'm looking forward to sharing what I know with non-native English speakers from all around the world.


Currently, I am working in Montreal, Canada, but I was born in Poland. When I first moved to Canada at the age of seven, I didn't understand a single word of English. I remember the problems I had communicating with other kids, and the frustration I felt throughout my English learning experience. However, after some help from teachers and friends, and a lot of time and practice, I was able to learn the language that I now teach. The experience of being an immigrant has driven me to become a better English teacher, since I am familiar with the challenges and difficulties that new English speakers face. See you on the front page!

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Latest Lessons Profile photo of James How to READ FASTER: 2 tricks Profile photo of James Learn English Vocabulary: kind of, sort of, type of, style of… Profile photo of James English Expressions: Talking about good and bad habits Profile photo of James Learn common English expressions…that come from shoes?! Profile photo of James The 2 essential skills you need for great conversations Profile photo of James Improve your Vocabulary: Stop saying VERY! Profile photo of James Practice English PHRASAL VERBS with this game Profile photo of James English Vocabulary for difficult situations: confess, regret, condolences… Profile photo of James REMEMBER ANYTHING with the Memory Palace Method

If you TRY, you can do anything! It’s always been my belief that you cannot put information in other people's heads. If you find a way to show them something, they can use their own intelligence to learn. This is my approach to teaching, trying to be both informative while allowing the students to find their own way of learning. I’ve spent the last 12 years teaching in various capacities.

I’ve taught martial arts to kids and developed a curriculum that was geared specifically to enhance their development.

I spent several years, first as a volunteer and then professionally, working with children suffering from autism and Asperger's -- trying to help them learn to deal with the world around them and to learn from their environment. Finally, it was while helping a child that I was asked to work at the Toronto School Board. While I was there, I helped out with kids who were learning English, and my love of teaching ESL began.

Teachers or other English schools who are interested in using these lessons, please go ahead and use them. That's what they're here for!

If you want to learn more about English grammar, vocabulary, and idioms, or if you have any other English questions or suggestions, feel free to go to the engVid forum and leave a message.

I hope you find the lessons fun, and valuable to helping you on your journey of English learning. Thanks for the support... what are you waiting for? Subscribe already!!!

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Latest Lessons Profile photo of Gill Learn English Grammar: How to use the auxiliary verb ‘WOULD’ Profile photo of Gill English Pronunciation: How to say words ending with -OW: grow, cow, slow, now… Profile photo of Gill Learn Basic English Vocabulary: FAMILY Profile photo of Gill Learn & Remember the English ALPHABET: A, B, C, D, E, F… Profile photo of Gill Learn to write poetry: THE HAIKU Profile photo of Gill English Grammar: How to use the auxiliary verb ‘COULD’ Profile photo of Gill Learn English Pronunciation: TH & THR Profile photo of Gill Life in London: Visiting an art gallery Profile photo of Gill Learn all about EASTER

Hi! My name is Gill, and I'm based in London, UK. I've been teaching for 25 years ­­ 21 years with the Open University, and for the past 8 years as a private tutor in EFL and related subjects.

I've been lucky to have had some inspirational English teachers in my life, and I love to pass my enthusiasm for the subject on to others. What I enjoy most about teaching EFL is meeting students from other countries and cultures, learning new things from them, tailoring my lessons to their particular needs, helping them improve their English, and seeing them progress in their lives and careers.

I discovered EngVid quite by chance, when looking for a lesson on rude words(!), and I liked the site so much that I recommended it to all my students. I've learnt (and am still learning) so much from watching the other tutors ­­ to find myself now appearing alongside them is thrilling beyond words.

Wishing you every success with your English studies, and please keep watching!

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Latest Lessons Profile photo of Jade STOP SOUNDING WEAK! Profile photo of Jade Improve your accent: Introduction to the IPA and vowel sound training Profile photo of Jade 10 things people in England say when they argue Profile photo of Jade Shopping in England: Everything you need to know Profile photo of Jade Toxic Language & Violent Communication Profile photo of Jade Pronunciation: Learn how to say the top 10 British cities correctly Profile photo of Jade 10 ways to use ‘FROM’ in English Profile photo of Jade Improve your Vocabulary: Learn 16 new social, political, and internet words Profile photo of Jade 35 English phrases for making friends & asking someone out on a date

Hi, I'm Jade. I believe how you feel is even more important than what you know when speaking English. That is why I tell true stories from my experience coaching English, give advice and share tips to help you feel more motivated and confident when communicating in English. My videos are informal, personal and motivational. My objective is to make you feel inspired and excited about your English studies. I like to keep my lessons practical by teaching essential grammar alongside useful phrases.

I will always teach the real English that I hear spoken around me. Whenever there is a difference between what native speakers actually say and standard, grammatically correct English, I will tell you about it.

For me, learning a language goes far beyond doing grammar exercises and reading lists of words. To learn English successfully, you will also need to develop your communication skills. That is why in my lessons I also share insight and knowledge about becoming a successful communicator.

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Latest Lessons Profile photo of Rebecca Speak like a Manager: 8 Easy Workplace Expressions Profile photo of Rebecca How to say the time in English Profile photo of Rebecca 10 Common English Expressions Profile photo of Rebecca Fix two BIG errors in English writing! Profile photo of Rebecca Parallelism: The secret to great writing Profile photo of Rebecca When to use CAPITAL LETTERS in English Profile photo of Rebecca Pronunciation: How native speakers say TO, FOR, FROM in English Profile photo of Rebecca How to make your English learning plan and achieve your goals Profile photo of Rebecca Speak like a Manager: Verbs 1

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Rebecca
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