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ENGLISH PRACTICE: The Coronavirus Pronunciation / Vocabulary / Phrasal Verbs that you NEED

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Do you want English practice? Do you want to know the pronunciation, vocabulary and phrasal verbs you need to discuss the Coronavirus? Are you looking for an English practice lesson that is both challenging and relevant? If so, this video is for you! I’ll help you practice English and stay up to date on the vocabulary you need during our current crisis. In my opinion this is the best way for you to do English practice sessions: by talking through the phrasal verbs and vocabulary that the people around you are using right now. We’ll go over how to pronounce many of the current vocabulary words related to the Coronavirus and I’ll help you practice the kind of English phrasal verbs that are immediately applicable in your life. I can’t emphasize enough how important it is to make your English practice sessions relevant to the conversations you’re hearing on a daily basis. This way you’ll be getting practice with the words and phrasal verbs you need to fully participate in the conversations happening all around you. Let’s get started.


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