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How Native Speakers Make Sound so Native?

Do you Know Why Native Speakers Sound  so...native Have you ever asked yourself:  What makes native speakers sound so... native? Lots of English learners know a good level of English, but they don't sound natural. They know lots of grammar. They have passed English exams. They have studied pronunciation and vocabulary. So why is it that when they speak, they don't sound natural? The answer: COLLOCATIONS Seriously, this will blow your mind, and transform your English: Collocations are  word combinations  that simply sound  just right  to native speakers. They are two or more words that are  often found together  and sound correct. This is a really important point - there may be  other words  available that will  make sense,  but  collocations  are the word combinations that sound  truly perfect  in the mind of a  native speaker. Look at this example: He lost his job due to a   budget cut. He lost his job due to a  budget reduction . Both  budget cut  a

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Our Special Christmas Eve Traditions  Christmas Phrasal Verbs  Quiz With A nswers I am very excited because it is Christmas Eve. My family has lots of festive traditions, and I thought it would be nice to share them with you, and to teach you some more phrasal verbs. Are you ready? Christmas Phrasal Verbs Quiz Choose the right preposition: I love Christmas Eve because I go to the pub and  bump ______  all of my old school friends.  (meet by chance) a.) up b.) in c.) into d.) with 2. It's so nice to  catch ____  with them all after such a long time.  (talk to someone you've not seen for a while and share updates) a.) up b.) on c.) onto d.) out 3. I love  dressing ____  in a nice sparkly outfit and some red lipstick.  (dress in smart or formal clothes) a.) in b.) out c.) on d.) up 4. My husband used to  put ____ buying  presents until Christmas Eve, but since meeting me he has realised that it's better to be organised!  (postpone, delay) a.) out b.) off c.) up d.) in 5. We al

Phrasal Verbs in English | Phrasal Verbs Part 2

Common Phrasal Verbs Quiz in English  With Answers This week we are focussing on phrasal verbs because they are a vital part of  Phrasal Verbs in English English grammar, yet so many of my students struggle with them! They are incredibly important if you want to improve your spoken English skills and your listening skills. Native speakers use them all the time! You just can't escape them! ​ This week, I am going to  help  you  out . to help (someone) out = to assist (someone) I am going to introduce you to some new phrasal verbs! Here are 3 common phrasal verbs: (Remember that many phrasal verbs have multiple meanings) 1. ask after  - to ask for information about someone I saw your ex-boyfriend yesterday. He was asking after you, so I told him you're still single! 2. run out  - to be used up I was about to make a cake but I realised that we had run out of flour! 3. get through  - to be connected by phone I was on hold to the bank for 4 hours before I got through to someone who

Phrasal Verbs | Common Phrasal Verbs in English

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Learn English Grammar Still, Already, Just And Yet

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