Learning English-Lesson Seventeen ( Time )
7 августа 2013

Learning English-Lesson Seventeen ( Time )

Learning English-Lesson Seventeen ( Time )
(NOW IN HIGH QUALITY) In this lesson we look at time and how it is used in English.
Видео Learning English-Lesson Seventeen ( Time ) поможет в самостоятельном изучении английского языка.
 
#1 написал: Husam ali (9 августа 2013 08:00)
thanks husam sudan?
#2 написал: kher teha (9 августа 2013 08:00)
thank you very much Mr duncan?
#3 написал: ???????? ????? ??????? (9 августа 2013 08:00)
thank you so much? ,, I live your video
#4 написал: Speak English With Misterduncan (9 августа 2013 08:00)
The word 'average' is sometimes pronounced with emphasis on the middle 'er'. Sometimes it is clipped or ignored completely and sounds like 'av-rige'. You will find these variations in both British and American English.? (Misterduncan)
#5 написал: jack bell (9 августа 2013 08:00)
When and What, but ... Why ? Well? think, Misterduncan.
#6 написал: Sidelack Zheil (9 августа 2013 08:00)
It seems like no? one saw the candy... I saw that Mr. Duncan, you made the video foward, in backwards, the candy in your hand is prove, am I right?
#7 написал: Sidelack Zheil (9 августа 2013 08:00)
Yep.?
#8 написал: Speak English With Misterduncan (9 августа 2013 08:00)
The proverb means, do something? early or as soon as possible, before it gets worse. The expression refers to mending or fixing something. One stitch now will save you from doing nine later. (Misterduncan)
#9 написал: KenzyYang (9 августа 2013 08:00)
Hello Mr. Duncan,? today I have 1 question for you :D How many way to pronounce the word "Average"? Is any difference from British English and American English?
#10 написал: Jessica Walls (9 августа 2013 08:00)
Hello Mr. Duncan. I'm wanna to know what's meaning; " A STITCH in? time... saves...nine". ?Stich = closewide?
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