TAKE, forms of take in English

TAKE, forms of take in English Take a break and watch this video on some of the ways to use the verb 'Take' [...]

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Get, using the word ‘get’ in English

Get ready! Today we're going to look at some of the ways to use the verb GET in American English. For example, get [...]

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Make or Do?

When do we use the verb 'make' and when do we use the verb 'do' in English? Make a grade or do a [...]

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Phrasal Verb Classic

In 2004, Miami English Center, now known as South Beach Languages, produced a Phrasal Verbs video. It still holds up with 75,000+ views on youtube. [...]

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Ship or Sheep? Beach English Pronunciation.

This video explores pronunciation differences in American English words, particularly the ‘E’ versus the ‘I’ sound.   Many students, especially from Latin America [...]

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Sssshhh….Silent Letters. Beach English Pronunciation.

In English, some letters are not pronounced. For example, the letter ‘k’ in word knee is silent.  ‘K’ is usually a strong sound, [...]

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Double negatives are a no-no! Beach English Parts of Speech.

In English, we normally use just 1 negative word per sentence.  In other languages, such as Spanish or Portuguese, it is normal to [...]

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Don’t be a chicken! Beach English Food Idioms.

In English, we have many idioms, or expressions, using words for food.   For example: I don’t want to skydive because I’m a [...]

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The playful player plays playfully. Beach English Parts of Speech.

In English, many root words can be used in multiple forms. For example: I play guitar.  Play is a verb. I am a [...]

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Legal or illegal? Beach English Prefixes.

In English, the prefix, or letters before a word, can give a clue to its meaning.   For example, RE before a word [...]

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