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55 English lessons in 55 minutes! Grammar & Vocabulary Mega Class

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These 55 mini-lessons from BBC Learning English will instantly boost your English and help you on your way to speaking fluently and confidently!

0:00 5 ways to use ‘actually’
0:52 How to use (to be) ‘used to’
1:52 How to use real conditionals
2:45 ‘Have something done’
3:40 3 ways to use ‘if only’
4:38 How to use ‘used to’
5:39 ‘Make’ and ‘do’ – 4 things to remember
6:25 5 ways to use ‘hard’
7:20 How to use ‘wish’
8:15 5 ways to use ‘in’ with time expressions
9:14 A secret about collective nouns
10:08 3 ways to use ‘take off'
11:10 5 uses of ‘get’
12:06 3 ways to use ‘pick up’
13:43 3 facts about ‘the’
14:36 4 slang words
15:35 The…, the…..
16:37 How to use the future continuous
17:40 ‘Journey’ and ‘trip’
18:47 ‘The’ + adjectives
19:50 3 uses of ‘can’
20:52 How to use the future perfect continuous
21:54 5 ways to use ‘dead’
22:57 ‘4 ways to use ‘just’
23:53 The 3rd conditional
24:56 ‘Because’, ‘as’, and ‘since
25:58 How to use the past perfect
27:03 Adverbs of frequency
28:03 How to use tag questions
29:06 ‘Few’ and ‘a few’
30:04 ‘Hard’ vs. ‘hardly’
31:07 ‘Their’, ‘there’ and ‘they’re’
32:08 When ‘tell’ doesn’t mean ‘tell’
33:11 ‘At’, ‘in’ and ‘on’ for location
34:10 3 phrases with face
35:12 4 Ways to say ‘hello’ like a Brit
36:12 Inversion: ‘I will never’ or ‘never will I’?
37:14 5 uses of break
38:16 5 ways of using ‘run’
39:08 6 ways to use ‘late’
40:12 Comparatives to show progressions
41:11 American English vs. British English spelling
42:15 ‘Try’ + ‘-ing’ or ‘to’ + verb
43:15 The future in the past
44:08 Mixed conditionals
45:09 5 verbs followed by ‘-ing’
46:11 4 uses of ‘quite’
47:12 Modals of deduction
48:10 As… as comparatives
49:11 3 ways to use infinitives with ‘to’
50:10 5 ways to use ‘let’
51:09 4 uses of ‘fair’
52:11 How to say ‘no’ politely (like a Brit)
53:08 Ways to say ‘sorry’ (part 1)
54:12 Ways to say ‘sorry’ (part 2: formal apologies)

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