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likely
 
03:51
consequently
 
02:47
An English teacher explains how to use the word "consequently."
be - questions - present tense
 
02:34
This video shows how to make yes-no questions in the present tense using the verb "be."
When do I use the present perfect tense?
 
05:24
This video answers the question of a student: When do I use the present perfect tense?
used to
 
03:07
An English teacher shows how to use "used to" in a sentence.
although & even though
 
01:51
This video provides some explanation and examples for the use of "although" and "even though."
How to use the word "keep" in English
 
02:11
An English teacher shows some ways in which the verb "keep" is used.
happen to be
 
02:42
The phrase "happen to be" is used when describing some kind of truth. It's also useful when answering questions about truth or when there is a doubt.
Learn American English Online presents the weather
 
04:40
Teacher Paul shows you different ways to talk about the weather in English.
gerunds passive voice.mov
 
03:16
An English teacher shows how to use gerunds in the passive voice. Use "being" or "getting" (sometimes "getting" can't be used) and then the past participle.
got  got to  gotta.mov
 
03:51
An English teacher explains the differences among "got," "have got to," "got to," and "gotta."
would + have + the past participle
 
02:51
This video will help you describe situations that didn't happen in the past. It's related to the future perfect tense in which you describe situations that haven't happened yet in the future.
ain't
 
03:40
An English teacher explains how to use "ain't." The use of this word represents poor English, but you should learn how it sounds and how it's used grammatically because it's very popular in the United States.
The Passive Voice: Get = Be
 
02:50
You can often substitute "get" for "be" in the passive voice. In fact, many Americans prefer it, so it's important to learn. If you don't know how to use the verb "get" in different tenses, it's essential that you learn to do that. How do you make negatives, and how do you make questions using "get?"
adjectives and adverbs
 
04:28
An English teacher explains some of the differences between adjectives and adverbs.
across vs across from
 
03:28
There is a difference between the prepositions "across" and "across from."
run out of
 
02:58
An English teacher explains a few things about the verb phrase "run out of." It means that there isn't any more of something: I rant out of toothpaste. I don't have any more toothpaste. We're running out of toilet paper. I have to go to the store to get more.
otherwise
 
01:55
An English teacher provides some examples of how to use "otherwise" in sentences.
as soon as
 
02:14
An English teacher explains how to use "as soon as" when describing time.
so and such
 
02:11
An English teacher explains some of the differences between "so" and 'such" and provides some examples of how these two words are different.
other others another
 
04:19
An English teacher explains the differences among "other," "others," and "another."
Three uses for past participles
 
04:09
An English teacher explains how past participles are used.
More practice with embedded questions
 
09:35
An English teacher shows students how to form embedded questions. These questions are either part of a statement or part of a question.
should have
 
04:32
"Should have" is used to describe situations that did or did not happen in the past. An English teacher explains.
using gerunds after "of," "for," "in"
 
03:23
An English teacher explains how gerunds are sometimes used after prepositions "of," "in," and "for."
the passive voice
 
05:32
An English teacher explains how to form the passive voice.
I don't care
 
02:24
After "I don't care," you have a few different options to consider.
get along with
 
02:59
An English teacher explains a few things about the verb phrase "get along with."
due to
 
02:32
This video provides examples of how to use "due to" to make a phrase within a sentence.
how
 
06:19
how
An English teacher demonstrates how to form many different types of questions with the word "how."
will + have + the past participle
 
04:18
An English teacher describes how to make and use the future perfect tense.
It's + adjective + infinitive
 
03:28
This is a common sentence pattern in English starting with "it's," then the adjective, then the infinitive, and whatever else you want to put in there.
asking and answering questions with "would like"
 
02:45
An English teacher shows how to ask and answer questions with "would like."
What is an adverb clause?
 
04:04
An English teacher explains how an adverb clause is used in a sentence.
within
 
03:09
An English teacher shows a few ways to use the preposition "within."
nevertheless
 
03:55
An English teacher explains how to use "nevertheless" when joining two sentences.
go + gerund
 
03:47
Certain gerunds are often used after the verb "go."
so
 
03:46
so
There are many different ways to use the word "so." In this video, an English teacher shows how the word "so" is used with adjectives.
get (it)  = understand
 
02:49
An English teacher explains how to use "get" + "it" to mean "understand."
seem
 
04:56
An English teacher explains a few things about how to use the verb "seem."
The "y" sound in English
 
02:51
This video provides examples of how to pronounce the "y" in English.
owe
 
02:57
owe
An English teacher shows how to use and explains the meaning of the verb "owe."
as long as
 
03:17
An English teacher explains how to use "as long as" when describing a condition.

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