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Conversational English – 04 – Starting and Ending Conversations (Second or more meetings – C1 knows C2)

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In this lesson, we will focus on the some conversational language used to start and end conversations with someone that you have already met. (more…)

Conversational English – 03 – Starting and Ending Conversations (First meetings – Visitors / Guests)

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In this lesson, we will focus on the some conversational language used to start and end conversations with someone that is visiting your company. (more…)

Conversational English – 02 – Starting and Ending Conversations (First meetings – C1 knows C2’s name)

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In this lesson, we will focus on the some conversational language used to start and end conversations with someone that you already know what their name is. (more…)

What comes after the verb? Verbs not followed by objects

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In this lesson, we will focus on some intransitive verbs and what comes after these particular verbs.  There are four parts of speech, which can immediately follow an intransitive verb: prepositions, adverbs, conjunctions, determiners, and verb complements (gerunds or infinitives). (more…)

Expressing Purpose of Action

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In this lesson, you will learn how to use some problematic prepositions that English learners struggle with. A preposition may be defined as a connecting word, which shows the relationship between a noun or pronoun to some other word in a grammatical structure. (more…)