Author: The Teacher


Comparison Of The Voiced And Un-Voiced Consonants

The Voiced and Unvoiced Consonants in The Common Tongue. How to pronounce them, & the difference between them, with video, explanations, & examples.


Overview Of The TOEFL iBT Exam

Overview Of The TOEFL iBT Exam – (Part 1) – The first of a series of posts exploring all the aspects of The TOEFL iBT Exam and all of the different sections


Much, Many, and A Lot Of – English Usage

The Use of “Much”, “Many”, & “A Lot Of” with Countable and Un-Countable Nouns. Explanations, Examples & Video to Help you learn this English Usage Topic.


Dropped Vowels and Disappearing Syllables – Pronunciation Lesson

Pronunciation Lesson on Dropped Vowels and Disappearing Syllables – This is an excellent video lesson with lots of examples and links to the pronunciation.


When To Start Preparing For The TOEFL – (How Much Time One Needs To Prepare)

When To Start Preparing For The TOEFl iBT Exam. How much time will you need to prepare, when will you register? What do you need to know first? Learn here.


Saying Hello (Greetings) – English Usage

Saying, “Hello” – An English Usage lesson on common (informal) greetings like, “What’s Up?” / “How’s It Goin’?” / “How You Doin’?” & how to respond to them.


Grammar Lesson – Will and Going To for The Future (Verb Tense)

“Will” & “Going To” for The Future – A BRILLIANT Lesson by my favorite YouTube teacher + added commentary by me on why your text-book is (probably) wrong.


Diarize – (“Yer Ing-glish Sux!!!” Vol. 2)

The Pseudo-Word “Diarize” – Its Meaning, Its Usage, And where it (probably) came from…  And, finally…  Why it completely Sux!!!!


FREAK!!! – Fun With English (Slang)

The Slang Term “Freak” – It’s various meanings and uses in English with examples and explanations and a great video by my favorite YouTube Teacher


Stressed and Un-Stressed Vowel Pronunciation – Pronunciation Lesson

Stressed and Un-stressed Vowel Pronunciation. Learn about how the vowel pronunciation changes between stressed and un-stressed vowels – GiveMeSomeEnglish!!!

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