Category Archives: English Masterclass (BBC Learning English)

Discourse markers | BBC Masterclass – BBC Learning English (Oct 17, 2016)

Learning English Sian Hi Sian here for BBC Learning English. There are signposts everywhere – today in this Masterclass we’re going to look at ways you can use signposting when you’re speaking. So, there are signposts everywhere and they tell … Continue reading

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Future in the past | BBC Masterclass – BBC Learning English (Oct 10, 2016)

Learning English Sian Hi Sian here for BBC Learning English – today is an exciting day because we are going to go back to the past and look at the future! So, you know that we have a past tense, … Continue reading

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Adding emphasis (part-2) | BBC Masterclass – BBC Learning English (Oct 03, 2016)

Learning English Sian Hi, Sian here for BBC Learning English. In this video, we’re going to look at some more ways to give emphasis. Now, I’ve just got back from holiday and I’m going to tell you all about it. … Continue reading

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Native-speaker mistakes: Part 2 | BBC Masterclass – BBC Learning English (Sep 26, 2016)

Learning English Dan Hi guys. Dan here for BBC Learning English. In this Masterclass, we’ll be taking a look at three grammar mistakes that native speakers commonly make. Now, as everybody knows, native speakers of English speak English exactly the … Continue reading

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Adding emphasis | BBC Masterclass – BBC Learning English (Sep 19, 2016)

Learning English Sian Hi, Sian here for BBC Learning English. And today we’re going to look at ways of giving emphasis. OK, so one way of giving emphasis is by using a cleft sentence. What’s that? Well, basically a cleft … Continue reading

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Native-speaker mistakes | BBC Masterclass – BBC Learning English (Sep 12, 2016)

Learning English Dan Hi guys. Dan for BBC Learning English here. In this Masterclass we’ll be taking a look at the ‘mistakes’ that native speakers commonly make. Are you ready? Here we go. Behold native speakers in their natural environment. … Continue reading

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Future continuous | English Masterclass – BBC Learning English (Sep 05, 2016)

Learning English Dan Hi guys. Dan for BBC Learning English here. In this Masterclass we’ll be looking at natural uses for the future continuous. Now, as you can see, it’s a beautiful day in London, the sun is shining. Oo … Continue reading

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Gerunds and infinitives | English Masterclass – BBC Learning English (Aug 29, 2016)

Learning English Sian Hi Sian here for BBC Learning English. Now lot’s of people stop to buy a coffee on their way into work, but not me – I’ve stopped buying coffee. What’s the difference – ‘stop buying’ ‘stop to … Continue reading

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When the past is not the past | English Masterclass – BBC Learning English (Aug 22, 2016)

Learning English Sian Hi, Sian here for BBC Learning English. Today we’re going to look at past forms – easy right? We use past forms to talk about things that happened in the past? Well, it’s not that simple! We … Continue reading

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Mixed conditionals |English Masterclass – Learning English | BBC (Aug 15, 2016)

Learning English Dan Hi guys. Dan from BBC Learning English here. In this session we’ll be looking at mixed conditionals. Now, I know that clever students like yourselves will know that English has three types of conditional sentences.

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