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THE PAST PERFECT CONTINUOUS
THE PAST PERFECT CONTINUOUS

Learn when to use The past perfect continuous tense (also called the past perfect progressive tense) . Here we explain clearly how to use this grammar in English with examples with British English pronunciation. We will also explain the difference between the past perfect continuous and the present...

WEAK FORMS IN ENGLISH
WEAK FORMS IN ENGLISH

If you want to understand English better and sound more natural and more like a native speaker you need to understand weak forms in English. This video looks at weak forms using British pronunciation including the most important sound - the schwa. There are many weak forms in English and we couldn't...

For, ago, since and during - the difference -. English grammar lesson
For, ago, since and during - the difference -. English grammar lesson

In this video lesson we explain the difference between for, since, ago and during with examples of usage. Intermediate and advanced English lessons on our youtube channel. Brought to you by LetThemTalk language school in Paris. http://www.youtube.com/user/letthemtalkparis?sub_confirmation=1 This ...

21 English Words with Strange and Surprising Origins
21 English Words with Strange and Surprising Origins

Here are 21 English words with strange and unusual origins. If you are learning English then you will learn some new and interesting English words. If English is your first language here is a fascinating insight into the etymology of some common English words. Some of the words in this video inclu...

What to Ask a British Person
What to Ask a British Person

England, Great Britain, The United Kingdom. What's the difference? And what and where is Blighty? Here is a light-hearted look at Blighty from the perspective of an Englishman abroad. Next time you meet a British person living abroad ask him or her this important question. This is an English gramm...

How to understand native English speakers (word linking)
How to understand native English speakers (word linking)

Even if you speak English very well, sometimes it's difficult to understand native speakers. Why is that? It's not because we speak too fast. In this video we look at "Word linking". Understanding this will help your fluency and comprehension. #pronunciation #englishpronunciation #wordlinking #con...

The -ish suffix. Useful English grammar you may not know
The -ish suffix. Useful English grammar you may not know

Native English speakers use the -ish suffix a lot. It's extremely useful. I suggest you learn it. This is an English grammar video brought to you by LetThemTalkTV. We are a language school in Paris. For more information go to www.letthemtalk.fr Learn English with LetThemTalkTV. Subscribe here fo...

How to say schedule & the
How to say schedule & the "ch" sound? Advanced British Pronunciation

How to pronounce "schedule". The word "schedule" is pronounced differently in British and American English. Why is this? And how else is the "ch" sound pronounced in English. We explain. This is an English pronunciation video brought to you by LetThemTalkTV. We are a language school in Paris. For m...

Who vs Whom the difference and WHEN IT MATTERS
Who vs Whom the difference and WHEN IT MATTERS

This is an advanced English grammar lesson discussing the difference between "who" and "whom". When is it important, when is it still used in conversation and when doesn't it matter. This is an English grammar video brought to you by LetThemTalkTV. We are a language school in Paris. For more inform...

British Pronunciation: learn Informal Contractions i'da, we'da, who'da...(advanced)
British Pronunciation: learn Informal Contractions i'da, we'da, who'da...(advanced)

Advanced British Pronunciation: Speak more naturally and more like a (British) native speaker There are many informal contractions in English the focus in this video is on "would have" contractions: I'da, we'da, you'da etc. This will help your comprehension too. This is an English grammar video bro...

How to get what you want: 5 Levels of Politeness in English
How to get what you want: 5 Levels of Politeness in English

How to be polite in English: In this video you will learn the different ways to be polite in English. How to ask for things with the focus on the very polite forms such as using negative sentences with question tags. I've split the video up into five levels (but perhaps there are more). Using this t...

Why are Some Types of Shops Called Parlours?
Why are Some Types of Shops Called Parlours?

What is a parlour (or parlor)? What is a monger? What is a smith? These questions and more are answered in this English vocabulary lesson talking about the types of shops on the High Street. Learn English with LetThemTalkTV. Subscribe here for more great English language videos http://www.youtub...

When No Problem Is A Problem
When No Problem Is A Problem

Saying "no problem" does not give a good impression (unless there really is a problem). In this video you will learn alternative phrases to use in English with examples. Improve your English grammar and oral expression with LetThemTalkTV. Learn English with LetThemTalkTV. Subscribe here for more ...

What's the difference between
What's the difference between "try to do" & "try doing"? English grammar

in this English grammar video we will explain the difference between "try to do" and "try doing" (try + infinitive or try + verb + ing). Learn English with LetThemTalkTV. Subscribe here for more great English language videos http://www.youtube.com/user/letthemtalkparis?sub_confirmation=1 LetThem...

What's The Most Common Mistake In English?
What's The Most Common Mistake In English?

This video concerns one of the most common mistakes in English by foreign learners (ESL). We explain the English grammar concerning the different uses of the word "Like" as a preposition and as a verb. Don't confuse: How is she? What is she like? What does she look like? What does she like? What d...

How do you respond to
How do you respond to "How do you do?"?

If you meet someone for the first time and they say to you "How do you do?" How do you respond? It's rather old fashioned you are more likely to hear "nice to meet you" these days but......just in case. The correct response to "How do you do?" is "How do you do?" Which is strange especially becau...

A Short Film: What the F*ck Does it Mean?
A Short Film: What the F*ck Does it Mean?

This is a short funny film about how to use the word f*ck in English (in a non-sexual way) and without insults! . It's an amazing word with many meanings. The film was made by LetThemTalk and OpenEcommerce. Check out their website. www.open-ecommerce.org/ Subscribe here for more great English la...

10 More Commonly Mispronounced Words in English by Foreign Learners
10 More Commonly Mispronounced Words in English by Foreign Learners

In this video you'll learn how to pronounce 10 commonly mispronounced words in English. Take the test and see how you did at the end. This is a follow up to "The top 10 mispronounced words in English made by foreign learners" which you can see here. https://youtu.be/GZTJXtcOkvU This time we reco...

Speak English like a native: How to use gonna, wanna, gotta, oughta
Speak English like a native: How to use gonna, wanna, gotta, oughta

In this video you'll learn how to use gonna, wanna, gotta and oughta. When to use them and when not to use them in both formal and informal English. Subscribe here for more great English language videos from LetThemTalkTV http://www.youtube.com/user/letthemtalkparis?sub_confirmation=1 LetThemTalk...

Speak English Like a Native: Use though at the end of a sentence
Speak English Like a Native: Use though at the end of a sentence

In this video you will learn how to use "though", "although" and "even though" and especially "though" at the end of a sentence which is common among native speakers in conversation and informal written English. Subscribe here for more great English language videos from LetThemTalkTV http://www.y...

What's the difference between
What's the difference between "I used to" "I am used to" & "i get used to"?

In this English grammar video you'll learn the difference between "to be used to" something, "to get used to" something and "used to" + infinitive. There is a lot of confusion about this grammar from all levels of speakers but it's not really so complicated and within 3 minutes you'll understand i...

Not sorry. When you don't need to apologize in English
Not sorry. When you don't need to apologize in English

Write and Speak English with more confidence and more authority. In this video you'll learn when to use "sorry" and when to use "I'm afraid " Subscribe to LetThemTalkTV for more great learning English videos http://www.youtube.com/user/letthemtalkparis?sub_confirmation=1

21 Mistakes French Speakers Make in English
21 Mistakes French Speakers Make in English

Le top 21 erreurs d'anglais faites par les Francophones What are the most common mistakes that French speakers make when speaking English? Here is a list of the top 21. How many do you know? Subscribe to LetThemTalkTV for more great learning English videos https://www.youtube.com/user/LetThemTal...

Speak English like a native use won't & wouldn't for refusals
Speak English like a native use won't & wouldn't for refusals

This grammar will help you speak more like a native English speaker does. Here we explain how to use "won't" and "wouldn't" for indicating an unsuccessful attempt and a refusal. Subscribe to LetThemTalkTV for more great learning English videos http://www.youtube.com/user/letthemtalkparis?sub_con...