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Phrasal Verbs - Swan About Meaning - Examples Swan Around - ESL British English Pronunciation
Phrasal Verbs - Swan About Meaning - Examples Swan Around - ESL British English Pronunciation A full explanation of the phrasal verbs to swan about and to swan around. To swan about means to behave in a relaxed leisurely way even though it may anger others. To do things in an informal and unstressed way. A swan is a large white bird, as seen in the video. The swan spends its life swimming about on the river in a relaxed way. To swan about is a posh informal phrase. To swan about is a regular phrasal verb ... swan about, swanned about, swanned about, swanning about. Normally to swan about is intransitive. We use to swan about on, to swan about in, to swan about by to indicate the place. The video contains examples of the phrasal verbs to swan about and swan around in a sentence. He is always swanning about in the pub. They are usually found swanning about by the park. She is always swanning about on the ice. To swan about ... to act in a carefree nonchalant way. Phrasal verbs like to swan about and to swan around are good to add to your vocabulary for official exams like CAE CPE or IELTS. Remember it is important to use the correct syntax when using new verbs. http://www.iswearenglish.com/ https://www.facebook.com/iswearenglish https://twitter.com/iswearenglish https://plus.google.com/+iswearenglish

By : iswearenglish     Added : 05 May 2016
Man At the Back Of the Clapham Omnibus 2 - Legal English - ESL British English Pronunciation
Man At the Back Of the Clapham Omnibus 2 - Legal English - ESL British English Pronunciation I know I made another version of this video earlier, however this video was filmed in Clapham South tube station. A full explanation of the legal phrase the man at the back of the Clapham omnibus. The man at the back of the Clapham omnibus is a legal term that refers to the standards, moral fibre or conduct that would be expected of the average citizen in the street. The man at the back of the Clapham omnibus gives a standard against which the actions or conduct of the accused might be measured. This phrase was first used about 1900 The man at the back of the Clapham omnibus is a formal legal phrase that might be used by a judge, a barrister or a lawyer. http://www.iswearenglish.com/ https://www.facebook.com/iswearenglish https://twitter.com/iswearenglish https://plus.google.com/+iswearenglish

By : iswearenglish     Added : 05 May 2016
As Bald As A Coot - Similes - Idioms - Meaning Examples Vocabulary - ESL British English
As Bald As A Coot - Similes - Idioms - Meaning Examples Vocabulary - ESL British English A full explanation of the simile as bald as a coot. We say someone is as bald as a coot when they have absolutely no hair on their head. A coot is a small black water bird with a white patch on its head. for this reason we use the idiom as bald as a coot. (neutral formality) We also have the phrase an old coot which we use disparagingly to talk about someone who is eccentric and stupid. (informal) The video contains examples of the simile as bald as a coot in a sentence. My uncle is an old coot, who is as bald as a coot. His is becoming an old coot as the years go by. Shave your head as bald as a coot and you will have no more head lice. All her hair fell out and she went as bald as a coot. Bald as a coot ... no hair on your head. An old coot ... a stupid and eccentric person, typically an old man. Similes and idioms like bald as a coot and an old coot are good to add to your vocabulary for official exams like CAE CPE or IELTS. Remember it is important to use the correct syntax when using new vocabulary. http://www.iswearenglish.com/ https://www.facebook.com/iswearenglish https://twitter.com/iswearenglish https://plus.google.com/+iswearenglish

By : iswearenglish     Added : 05 May 2016
Advanced English Listening Practice - jd - Identify The Sentence - ESL British English Pronunciation
Advanced English Listening Practice - jd - Identify The Sentence - ESL British English Pronunciation Identify the sentence. Post the exact words Elizabeth is saying. This is a listening exercise to practice your skills. Elizabeth will say a sentence at full native speed, or faster, for you to try to identify the sentence she is saying. This listening is very hard and is and advanced English listening practice. If you want to meet Elizabeth with a view to having skype class with her follow this link http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uceC3mBwqmo http://www.iswearenglish.com/ https://www.facebook.com/iswearenglish https://twitter.com/iswearenglish https://plus.google.com/+iswearenglish 384

By : iswearenglish     Added : 04 May 2016
Advanced English Listening Practice - jc - Identify The Sentence - ESL British English Pronunciation
Advanced English Listening Practice - jc - Identify The Sentence - ESL British English Pronunciation Identify the sentence. Post the exact words I am saying. This is a listening exercise to practice your skills. I will say a sentence at full native speed, or faster, for you to try to identify the sentence I am saying. This listening is very hard and is and advanced English listening practice. http://www.iswearenglish.com/ https://www.facebook.com/iswearenglish https://twitter.com/iswearenglish https://plus.google.com/+iswearenglish Advanced English Listening Practice - jc - Identify The Sentence - ESL British English Pronunciation 495

By : iswearenglish     Added : 04 May 2016
Advanced English Listening Practice - jb - Identify The Sentence - ESL British English Pronunciation
Advanced English Listening Practice - jb - Identify The Sentence - ESL British English Pronunciation Identify the sentence. Post the exact words I am saying. This is a listening exercise to practice your skills. I will say a sentence at full native speed, or faster, for you to try to identify the sentence I am saying. This listening is very hard and is and advanced English listening practice. http://www.iswearenglish.com/ https://www.facebook.com/iswearenglish https://twitter.com/iswearenglish https://plus.google.com/+iswearenglish Advanced English Listening Practice - jb - Identify The Sentence - ESL British English Pronunciation 494

By : iswearenglish     Added : 04 May 2016
Advanced English Listening Practice - ja - Identify The Sentence - ESL British English Pronunciation
Advanced English Listening Practice - ja - Identify The Sentence - ESL British English Pronunciation Identify the sentence. Post the exact words I am saying. This is a listening exercise to practice your skills. I will say a sentence at full native speed, or faster, for you to try to identify the sentence I am saying. This listening is very hard and is and advanced English listening practice. http://www.iswearenglish.com/ https://www.facebook.com/iswearenglish https://twitter.com/iswearenglish https://plus.google.com/+iswearenglish Advanced English Listening Practice - ja - Identify The Sentence - ESL British English Pronunciation 404

By : iswearenglish     Added : 04 May 2016
Advanced English Listening Practice - iz - Identify The Sentence - ESL British English Pronunciation
Advanced English Listening Practice - iz - Identify The Sentence - ESL British English Pronunciation Identify the sentence. Post the exact words I am saying. This is a listening exercise to practice your skills. I will say a sentence at full native speed, or faster, for you to try to identify the sentence I am saying. This listening is very hard and is and advanced English listening practice. http://www.iswearenglish.com/ https://www.facebook.com/iswearenglish https://twitter.com/iswearenglish https://plus.google.com/+iswearenglish Advanced English Listening Practice - iz - Identify The Sentence - ESL British English Pronunciation 386

By : iswearenglish     Added : 04 May 2016
Nick or Nab - Explanation of the Difference Between Nick and Nab - ESL British English
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By : iswearenglish     Added : 03 May 2016
Don't be a Sheep - Similes and Metaphors - Like Sheep Definition Examples - ESL British English
Don't be a Sheep - Similes and Metaphors - Like Sheep Definition Examples - ESL British English If someone calls you a sheep what doe it mean? In English we have a simile that says people are like sheep. This means that they all follow the leader. If one person does something then everybody else does exactly the same. People copy each other. If you lead the sheep in one direction then everybody will go in that same direction. The phrase like sheep is very slightly informal. The video contains examples of like sheep in a sentence. The people acted like sheep and copied me. They followed him like sheep. Don't be like sheep, think for yourself. Similes like like sheep are good to add to your vocabulary for official exams like CAE CPE or IELTS. Remember it is important to use the correct syntax when using new verbs. http://www.iswearenglish.com/ https://www.facebook.com/iswearenglish https://twitter.com/iswearenglish https://plus.google.com/+iswearenglish

By : iswearenglish     Added : 03 May 2016
Bungle - Bungled Meaning Explanation Examples - Vocabulary for IELTS CAE CPE - ESL British English
Bungle - Bungled Meaning Explanation Examples - Vocabulary for IELTS CAE CPE - ESL British English Pronunciation A full explanation of the informal verb to bungle. If somebody bungles something, they do it very badly, they do it very inefficiently and make a total mess of it, they make a hash of it. To bungle is an informal verb. To bungle is a regular verb ... bungle, bungled, bungled, bungling. To bungle can be used both transitively and intransitively, how it is more common to use it transitively. The video contains examples of the informal verb to bungle in a sentence. The bungled the installation of the heating system. She bungled her exam and now has to do it again. They bungled the job really badly. The government is bungling our country's finances. Bungle ... do something very badly and inefficiently. Informal verbs like bungle are good to add to your vocabulary for official exams like CAE CPE or IELTS. Remember it is important to use the correct syntax when using new verbs. http://www.iswearenglish.com/ https://www.facebook.com/iswearenglish https://twitter.com/iswearenglish https://plus.google.com/+iswearenglish

By : iswearenglish     Added : 03 May 2016
Odd One Out - Vocabulary Exercise - Odd One Out Meaning Examples - ESL British English Pronunciation
Odd One Out - Vocabulary Exercise - Odd One Out Meaning Examples - ESL British English Pronunciation A full explanation of the phrase the odd one out. Together with an exercise in which you need to choose the odd one out from a series of words. The odd one out is a person or a thing that does not match or differs from the other members of the group in some way. The odd one out is of neutral formality. The video contains examples of the odd one out in a sentence. Find the odd one out. In the set of numbers 1, 5 , 13 and 6, 6 is the odd one out because it is an even number and the others are odd numbers. In the set pigs cows, sheep and chickens, chickens are the odd one out because they are birds. Odd one out ... the member of a group that is different from the others. Phrases like the odd one out are good to add to your vocabulary for official exams like CAE CPE or IELTS. Remember it is important to use the correct syntax when using new vocabulary. http://www.iswearenglish.com/ https://www.facebook.com/iswearenglish https://twitter.com/iswearenglish https://plus.google.com/+iswearenglish

By : iswearenglish     Added : 02 May 2016
Phrasal Verbs Bump Up - Bumped Up Meaning Examples Vocabulary - ESL British English Pronunciation
Phrasal Verbs Bump Up - Bumped Up Meaning Examples Vocabulary - ESL British English Pronunciation A full explanation of the informal phrasal verb to bump up. If something bums something else up, it increases it a lot and rapidly. To bump up is particularly used for costs and prices. To bump up is an informal phrasal verb. To bump up is a regular phrasal verb ... bump up, bumped up, bumped up, bumping up. To bump up is transitive and separable. To bump something up. The video contains examples of to bump up in a sentence. Inflation is bumping up prices. The new specification will bump up the price radically. They tried to bump up the bill by double charging us for some items. Phrasal verbs like bump up are good to add to your vocabulary for official exams like CAE CPE or IELTS. Remember it is important to use the correct syntax when using new phrasal verbs. verbs. http://www.iswearenglish.com/ https://www.facebook.com/iswearenglish https://twitter.com/iswearenglish https://plus.google.com/+iswearenglish

By : iswearenglish     Added : 02 May 2016
Spell Trouble - Spell Disaster - Spell The End - Spell Problems - Meaning Examples - English Idioms
Spell Trouble - Spell Disaster - Spell The End - Spell Problems - Meaning Examples - English Idioms A full explanation of the idiomatic phrases, spell trouble, spell disaster, spell the end of something, spell problems. Very often in English we use the verb to spell to mean that there is clear evidence that something will happen in the future. This usage is normally for bad occurrences. If something spells trouble, it means that we can see obvious signs that there will be trouble in the future. If something spells disaster it means that all the necessary elements for a disaster to happen are in place and it is clear there will be a disaster soon. Is something spells the end of something else, it means that an occurrence now will obviously give rise to the end of something else in the future. If something spells problems, we can see evidence now of problems at a later date. The idiomatic phrases spell trouble, spell disaster, spell the end of something and spell problems are all slightly informal. To spell is both a regular and an irregular verb ... spell, spelled, spelled spelling ... spell, spelt, spelt, spelling. The video contains examples of spell trouble, spell disaster, spell the end, spell problems in a sentence. The way he manages the company spells disaster. He has a look on his face that spells trouble. The arrival of Homo Sapiens spelled the end of Neanderthal Man. Not changing the oil of your car regularly spells problems for the future. Spell something ... to be a clear indicator. Phrases like spell trouble, spell disaster, spell the end of something, spell problems are good to add to your vocabulary for official exams like CAE CPE or IELTS. Remember it is important to use the correct syntax when using new vocabulary. http://www.iswearenglish.com/ https://www.facebook.com/iswearenglish https://twitter.com/iswearenglish https://plus.google.com/+iswearenglish

By : iswearenglish     Added : 02 May 2016
Spelling Test - 53 - Identify The Word I Spell - ESL British English Pronunciation
Spelling Test - 53 Spelling Practice - Identify The Word I Spell - ESL British English Pronunciation Spelling Test . I spell a word and you need to identify the word. I spell the word as fast as I can and all you need to do is write it down and post it in the comments section This exercise is designed to test your listening abilities when it comes to a native speaker spelling words. This is a very useful listening practice for intermediate and upper intermediate students. (B2 C1) Correct spelling is also important for official exams like CAE CPE IELTS and FCE Test your abilities with this spelling exercise. This listening practice will help your understanding. http://www.iswearenglish.com/ https://www.facebook.com/iswearenglish https://twitter.com/iswearenglish https://plus.google.com/+iswearenglish

By : iswearenglish     Added : 02 May 2016

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