In this video we talk about 12 tenses in English language. I also show you around Hollywood and we'll see Justin Timberlake! :)
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1. There only 12 tenses in English. Remember them easily: Simple, Continuous, Perfect, Perfect Continuous. And you can use them in 3 different times: Simple, Past, Future. That's it!
2. We use Continuous to emphasize the duration of an action
3. We use Past when we concentrate on action's details (I ate pizza for lunch)
4. We use Perfect when we concentrate on the result (I have eaten). It doesn't really matter what.
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I really admire what you are trying to do here ...you are really interested in making us understand the importance of mastering the English language. Congrats for that and thank you at the same time. I am an English teacher myself and here where I live many so called English teachers dont know half of the things they should know in order to teach it properly and that is why sometimes it is extremely hard for me understand them. Thanks again and please keep up the AMAZING job you are doing!
I gotta admit pretty boy speaks with perfect pronunciation and with no accent. When I say no accent I mean he speaks only with an American accent which he so good. I can't even hear the Russian. Very impressive that he managed to lose his Russian accent while he was in Russian. But why is he so serious?
At first, your mastering of English is really impressive and inspiring, let aside your entrepreneurship story. Way to go! Thx for all this great stuff you're sharing.
I have two hillarious series to warmly recommend on - Seinfeld and Curb Your Enthusiasm. One of the virtues of these series that they occasionally use highfalutin words as an implicit way to mock them. It really helps in getting aware to differences between colloquial English and "college words".
I've just found your channel and I think I love you. Definitely I love you so much because I think you're charismatic, beautiful and such a full of energy that you make feel very interested in improving my English right now and that can't be better because I need it. Thanks so much.
Hi Marina, I am your great fan of yours for the kind of work you do. I believe Music is the best means of invoking interest in any foreign language for the same Could you please share the list of songs can help in the same.
hai marina, maybe what he said true but if we just want to speak in any language, just being natural. like: when you said do you like the movie? just said, like the movie?
or like it? the most important thing is we and the other person understand each other what are talking about.
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Some words that end with "ED" are actually pronounced with a "t" ending. There are two types of "ED" ending the voiced and unvoiced.
The unvoiced is pronounced with a "T" ending. Meaning it is pronouced as if the word ended with a "t"
The voiced "ed" is actually pronounced with "D" ending
That guy seems super conceited. You are always great and have great content, Marina. Your way of teaching is always light and fun, that guy comes off as an arrogant know it all and made this video all about himself.
Hi, I'm a native English speaker, I manage to do it rather well, But I don't know half the s@#t he's talking about. Tell your friends not to worry, just get on with it and be prepared to laugh when you "cock it up"!
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