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Let me be honest with you: over the past few year, I’ve realized how important it is for non-native English speakers to stop focusing on perfection. As a recovering perfectionist myself, I’ve had to learn to ignore and let go of the impossible goal of sounding just like a native … Read the article and watch the video lesson
In previous mini lessons, we’ve looked at how to use go +ing to talk about leisure activities and how to use do + noun to describe some types of sports, exercise and physical activities. In today’s mini lesson, we will look at how to use play + noun for competitive … Read the article and watch the video lesson
Now that we’ve learned how to use go +ing to talk about activities we do in our free time, it’s time to learn how to use the verb do with nouns to describe sports and other physical activities. Do is one of the most commonly used verbs in the English language, and … Read the article and watch the video lesson
This mini English lesson covers a topic that confuses most language learners, from beginners to fluent speakers! In English, we use the grammar structure go +ing to talk about leisure activities, or activities we do in our free time. Most students have trouble with this structure because it includes the verb “to go” … Read the article and watch the video lesson
Today’s mini English lesson will help you answer the question, “How long have you been….?” when someone wants to know more about skills you have learned after lots of practice, such as sports, artistic activities, hobbies, or even things you do in your job. The present perfect continuous has several different uses, … Read the article and watch the video lesson
Hi English learners! I hope you are having a great week so far. I’m so excited to bring you the latest episode of the English with Kim podcast. This week’s episode focuses on the difference between the verbs “hope” and “wish.” I decided to talk about the verbs “hope” and … Read the article and watch the video lesson
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