Learn English with Steve-Peppy 10(US vs. UK)
26 сентября 2013

Learn English with Steve-Peppy 10(US vs. UK)

Learn English with Steve-Peppy 10(US vs. UK)
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#1 написал: Alexandr Brojdo (28 сентября 2013 13:29)
wow! Thanks? for this, because it is/was really annoying, and many thanks for your videos.
#2 написал: LLOYD19851012 (28 сентября 2013 13:29)
When I was at school. I never learnt about things like there,? their and they're. I have grown up using there for everything.
#3 написал: MrSkyrimfan (28 сентября 2013 13:29)
I'm pretty sure it's? English English
#4 написал: zahida akbar (28 сентября 2013 13:29)
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#5 написал: PrivateEnglishPortal (28 сентября 2013 13:29)
Ah, my first videos have many words like 'ok' etc. I have read that radio announcers and TV Anchors suffer from this time to time and will even edit out the pauses. It took me a while? to refine my speech and you'll see my latest videos are 'ok' free. Last one, like many Canadian actors such as: Keanu Reeves, Jim Carrey etc. My later videos are strictly with a standard American accent. :_)
#6 написал: PrivateEnglishPortal (28 сентября 2013 13:29)
Well noted!! I think the first point may have been my unconscious saying that trust is a two-way street. The article thing, that is definitely one of those? things where semi-formally you will often hear native speakers using 'a' with a word starting with a vowel. Not sure if 'online' will make it onto the exceptions list like: University etc.
#7 написал: gorogawa (28 сентября 2013 13:29)
pretty informative! but I noticed you saying "make sure that the students earn our trust" at 1:13 isn't supposed to? be the other way around or is it just a fluff? and on 2:50 you said "as A online English learner" is this another blooper or are native speakers not that sensitive about the A vs An thingy. Thanks again for the video. P.S. BTW it looks like "OK" will be the new Canadian stereotype instead of "Eh" :D
#8 написал: gorogawa (28 сентября 2013 13:29)
Lolz? at BJ guy XD
#9 написал: pcross84 (28 сентября 2013 13:29)
Another thing that is different, is that in the UK, you usually call someone "on" a phone number instead of "at" a phone number. In the UK you might say "Call me on 555-1234", whereas in the? US, you'd say "Call me at 555-1234". Also, in the UK, you might find a list of things "On offer", whereas in the US, you'd find an "Offering"
#10 написал: JJ Stubbs (28 сентября 2013 13:29)
lol,. "they" switched nothing around,. a cheque is form of money or financial transaction and a bill is a list and subtotal of spendings,. so you ask for the bill (how much you owe) then? when you know how much the bill is you fill out a cheque (sept no one really uses them any more) peace usa