English Sentence Practice

Speak about Happiness in English Conversation | Textbook vs. Natural English | Speak English

Hi friends! Thank you so much for studying English today. Today’s English lesson will teach all about different ways to say happy, BUT you will not use the phrase “I’m very happy”, this lesson will help you use natural phrases that native English speakers will recognize. There is nothing wrong with textbook English, most people …

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Stop Saying “What” in English | How to ask better questions in English Conversation | Speak English

Hi friends! Thank you so much for studying English today. Today’s English lesson will help you add different questions to your vocabulary. If you can’t hear someone in an English conversations, try a phrase like “could you speak up please?” instead of saying “WHAT?!”   I will teach you questions to use in formal English …

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How to Describe Pay and Salary in English

Lets practice some simple English Sentences to describe salary Salary is the English word for yearly pay. If you are paid $50,000 a year, that is your salary. If you make a lot of money you have a high salary. If you don’t make much money for the work you do you have a low …

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English Personality Trait Vocabulary Say these Compliments and Avoid being Rude!

When giving a complement in English it is important to know what words to use and how to use them. This is why teaching you English vocabulary is important to me. Any good English teacher will give you many examples, and what we call “non examples” of how to use a word. Non examples will …

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Practice America English Sentences with Advanced Food Adjectives

These advanced adjectives will help you speak about food. Use the sentences below to practice using them.  1. I want to eat more nutritious food 2. Apples are very nutritious 3. Cake is not nutritious. 4. This cake is so yummy! 5. I want some yummy cookies. 6. The meal the chef prepared was delectable.  …

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