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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

English idioms and collocations with ‘hit’:

English idioms and collocations with ‘hit’:

hit a nerve

hit on someone

hit rock bottom

hit someone for six

hit the books

hit the ceiling

hit the ground running

hit the hay

hit the headlines

hit the nail on the head

smash hit (song)