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21
MAY
2015

5 Minutes English Video- The Meaning Of Colors

This English video will allow you to learn about the meaning of colors around the world. Indeed, the meaning changes according to the culture and country. They can have a very different meaning so thanks to this video, you will be able to know what other people around the world think
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21
MAY
2015

The Best Books for Learning English…At Any Age!

One of the best ways to practice English, or any language you are learning, is by reading. Reading can be very difficult, or even boring, and students rarely take the time to do it. But that’s because they aren’t reading books that are fun! A really effective way to practice reading E
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21
MAY
2015

5 minutes English, Pronunciation Video.

This short video will help you improve your pronunciation of english words, and more precisely words that are written in the same way but pronounced differently, not that easy! Indeed, many words in english are difficult to pronounce because sometimes, the pronunciation is not similar
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15
MAY
2015

Does Language Affect The Way We Think? Here’s Proof!

Have you ever heard anyone say that Eskimos have over a hundred words to describe snow? Or that speakers of languages without a future tense are generally happier? What about languages that don’t have numbers for counting large quantities? These are common stories we hear about
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12
MAY
2015

English Grammar Lesson: There/Their/They’re

Thanks to this English grammar lesson, you will learn when to use the terms “There / Their / They’re”. It is often difficult to differenciate these words because they are pronounced in the same way but have a different meaning. This lesson will be very useful for you
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12
MAY
2015

English Grammar Lesson: During/For/Since

This English grammar lesson will help you use the terms “During”, “For” and “Since” correctly. It can be difficult to differenciate these words and use them in the right context because their meaning is similar. Thanks to this short and simple lesso
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12
MAY
2015

English Grammar Lesson: How Much/How Many

This is a useful English grammar lesson to differenciate the terms “how many” and “how much”. Indeed, these expressions are similar and a lot of us don’t know when to use them. This simple lesson will help you differenciate these expressions and therefore
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09
MAY
2015

Are You Learning English? Try Globish!

The English language has now taken its place as the dominant global language, with over 400 million native speakers, and spoken in some form by about 4 billion people. 1 Chinese has more native speakers, but many of those also speak English! How did this happen? Is it only because of
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01
MAY
2015

Nationality Stereotypes: Why Do They Exist?

Have you ever felt like you were being stereotyped based on your nationality? We have all heard the stories and jokes about different nationalities behaving differently, but are these stereotypes even true? And why do they exist? Before we can try to explain why stereotypes exist, let
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