Category: british english

This weekend the temperature is 25 degrees i…

This weekend the temperature is 25 degrees in Cambridge. We’re boiling!

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Phonemic Poem 1: /ɑ:/Hat, hot, heart; the hurt…

Phonemic Poem 1:
/
ɑ:/

Hat,
hot, heart; the hurt has started.

Yawn,
yearn, yarn; the fear has parted.

Car can’t start. Glass on grass!

Tat,
tort, tart; fast can pass.

For
or far; the past can’t last;

charm friends with this classy blast.

https://youtu.be/tFppybJBX4M

English egg idioms by Chris

English egg idioms by Chris

Happy Easter!

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The UK has changed to British Summer Time (B…

The UK has changed to British Summer Time (BST) today; we are now one hour earlier than yesterday! Chris

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“The Chaos” (full poem) in a British accent!

“The Chaos” (full poem) in a British accent!

https://youtu.be/UFWLeAoDE1Q

FREE English Lesson (rude): phrasal verbs with…

FREE English Lesson (rude): phrasal verbs with f*** (with
subtitles / captions)

fuck someone off ( Oh, fuck off. / Oh dear, you’ve fucked
him right off.)

fuck someone over (The insurance company fucked me over.)

fuck with someone (Don’t fuck with Martin – he’s fucking
crazy.)

fuck with something (Our car would probably still be
running if you didn’t fuck with it all the time.)

fuck about (Would you stop fucking around for five
minutes?)

fuck someone about (He would trust you if you hadn’t
spent your whole life fucking him about.)

fuck around (He had to retake his first year of
university as he spent it fucking around.)

fuck someone around
(Don’t fuck him around – just help him.)

fuck someone up (Give me a cup of tea or I’ll fuck you
right up.)

fuck something up (You had a simple job to do but you
still fucked it up.)

fuck up (I do apologise – I completely fucked that up.)

https://youtu.be/g1yAzTkeaJE

Chris presents a special pronunciation lesson …

Chris presents a special pronunciation lesson about -ed verbs:
/t/ or /d/ = /ɪd/
voiced sound = /d/
unvoiced sound = /t/

https://youtu.be/PUhPpgavcWI

Chris presents this special lesson about easy …

Chris presents this special lesson about easy maths and numbers in British English.

+ add / plus
– minus / take away
x times
÷ divided by
= equals / is
2 + 16 = 18 (two add sixteen equals eighteen)
12 + 28 = 40 (twelve plus twenty-eight is forty)
13 – 6 = 7 (thirteen minus six equals seven)
77 – 33 = 44 (seventy-seven take away thirty-three is forty-four)
3 x 7 = 21 (three times seven equals twenty-one)
8 x 10 = 80 (eight times ten is eighty)
36 ÷ 12 = 3 (thirty-six divided by twelve equals three)

https://youtu.be/ObMrC4ReSQ8

flood /flʌd/floor /flɔːr/flew /fluː/flow /fləʊ…

flood
/flʌd/

floor
/flɔːr/

flew
/fluː/

flow
/fləʊ/

flower
/flaʊər/

‘A
fierce flow flooded the floor.’

‘The
flickering flame flowed and flew over the floor to the door.’

‘Flowers
fought off the flood of flames.’

‘Flamingos
flew over the flowers.’

https://youtu.be/WdC4nQQ64H0

Chris presents another pronunciation lesson on…

Chris presents another pronunciation lesson on ‘want’, ‘won’t’, ‘went’ and ‘winter’. Please check below.
want /wɒnt/
won’t /wəʊnt/
went /went/
winter /ˈwɪn.tər/

‘I wonder where William won’t want to wander this winter?’
‘This winter, I went where I wanted, even though Wendy won’t want to.’
‘Winter went whilst we won’t want.’

https://youtu.be/FWf3GjW66qY