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Recursos Audiovisuales Gratuitos en Inglés: Mejora tu idioma en Appdemy

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Unit 0

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How to pronounce the Alphabet in British & American English
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Spelling
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Greeting
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To be verb
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Present simple
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Continuous present

Starting

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Unit 3
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Unit 4
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Unit 5
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Unit 6
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Unit 7
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Unit 8
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Unit 9
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Unit 10
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Unit 11
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Unit 12
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Unit 13
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Unit 14
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Unit 15
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Unit 16
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Unit 17
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Unit 18
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Unit 19
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Unit 20

Improve your grammar

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Basic English Grammar
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The Prepositions ON, AT, IN, BY
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There is / There are
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Past simple
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Present Perfect and Past Simple
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Present perfect tense
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Go on doing vs Go on to do – What’s the difference?
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5 Ways to use ‘hard’
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Would rather
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Both vs Either vs Neither
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Notify vs Let someone know
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Fun vs Funny
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How to use ‘used to’
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3 ways to use ‘if only’
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How to talk about dreams
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How to use ‘have something done’
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So vs Such
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For vs Since
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How to use real conditionals
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5 ways to use ‘actually’
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Adverbs of frequency
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Used to and Would
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The Present Perfect Simple and Continuous
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Modal Verbs: Have to and Must
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Be Going To
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Verb Patterns
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Some and Any
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The Past Continuous Tense
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The First Conditional
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Relative Clauses
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Relative Clauses 2
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So and Such
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The Past Perfect Tense
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Comparatives
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Present and Past Passives
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Will
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Adjectives
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Prepositions
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Second Conditional
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Superlatives
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Question Tags
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Questions
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Can
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Reported Speech
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Should
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Countable and uncountable nouns
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Articles
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Present Perfect and Past Simple
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Phrasal verbs and highlights

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Living in London

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Arriving in London – Checking in
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Jenny talks to Rob
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Rob & Jenny
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Living together
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A new neighbour
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A clean sweep
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Previously

Daily Conversation

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English Pronunciation

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Introduction
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Short Vowel – /ɪ/ – ‘kit’, ‘bid’
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Short Vowel – /ʊ/ – ‘foot’, ‘put’ & ‘good’
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The Schwa – /ə/ – ‘the’, ‘of’ & ‘butter’
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Short Vowel – /ʌ/ – ‘strut’, ‘mud’ & ‘love’
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Short Vowel – /æ/ – ‘trap’, ‘stamp’ & ‘back’
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Short Vowel – /ɒ/ – ‘lot’, ‘odd’ & ‘wash’
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Short Vowel – /e/ – ‘dress’, ‘head’ & ‘bed’
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Long Vowel /iː/ – ‘fleece’, ‘sea’ & ‘machine’
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Consonant – /n/ – ‘nice’, ‘funny’ & ‘son’
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Long Vowel – /ɑː/ – ‘father’, ‘start’ & ‘hard’
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Consonant – /m/ – ‘hammer’, ‘mime’ and ‘more’
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Long Vowel – /ɜː/ – ‘nurse’, ‘stir’
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Voiceless Consonant – /θ/ – ‘thin’, ‘throw’ & ‘thumb’
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Long Vowel – /uː/ – ‘blue’, ‘two’ & ‘goose’
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Long Vowel – /ɔː/ – ‘law’, ‘north’ & ‘war’
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Voiced Consonant – /d/ – ‘odd’, ‘did’ and ‘ladder’
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Diphthong – /eɪ/ – ‘face’, ‘day’ & ‘break’
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Diphthong – /ɪə/ – ‘near’, ‘hear’ & ‘weary’
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Voiceless Consonant – /p/ – ‘pack’, ‘pan’ & ‘pop’
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Voiceless Consonant – /ʃ/ – ‘ship’, ‘sure’ & ‘national’
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Diphthong – /aʊ/ – ‘mouth’, ‘now’ & ‘fowl’
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Diphthong – /əʊ/ – ‘boat’, ‘show’ & ‘know’
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Diphthong – /eə/ – ‘square’, ‘fair’ & ‘pair’
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Diphthong – /aɪ/ – ‘price’, ‘high’ & ‘try’
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Diphthong – /ʊə/ – ‘tour’, ‘pure’ and ‘cure’
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Voiceless Consonant – /t/ -‘tin’, ‘button’ and ‘get’
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Voiceless Consonant – /s/ – ‘soon’, ‘mister’ & ‘hiss’
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Voiceless Consonant – /tʃ/ – ‘teacher’, ‘match’ and ‘church’
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Voiced Consonant – /b/ – ‘back’, ‘baby’ and ‘job’
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Diphthong – /ɔɪ/ – ‘choice’, ‘noise’ and ‘boy’Diphthong – /ɔɪ/ – ‘choice’, ‘noise’ and ‘boy’
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Voiced Consonant – /ð/ – ‘this’, ‘other’ and ‘smooth’
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Voiceless Consonant – /k/ – ‘came’, ‘lucky’ and ‘sick’
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Voiceless Consonant – /f/ – ‘fat’, ‘coffee’ and ‘fluff’
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Consonant – /ŋ/ – ‘rung’, ‘anger’ and ‘thanks’
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Voiced Consonant – /dʒ/ – ‘judge’, ‘age’ and ‘soldier’
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Voiced Consonant – /ʒ/ – ‘pleasure’, ‘leisure’ and ‘vision’
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Consonant – /r/ – ‘right’, ‘wrong’ and ‘sorry’
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Voiced Consonant – /v/ – ‘view’, ‘heavy’ and ‘move’
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Consonant – /w/ – ‘wet’, ‘one’ and ‘when’
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Voiced Consonant – /z/ – ‘zero’, ‘music’ and ‘roses’
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Consonant – /j/ – ‘yet’, ‘use’ and ‘beauty’
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Consonant – /l/ – ‘light’, ‘valley’ and ‘feel’
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Voiced Consonant – /g/ – ‘get’, ‘giggle’ and ‘ghost’
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Voiceless Consonant – /h/ – ‘hot’, ‘whole’ and ‘ahead’

English at work

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How to prepare for an interview – 01 – English at Work has the answers
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Answering interview questions – 02 – English at Work helps.
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Making suggestions is easy – 03 – English at Work shows you how
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Introduce yourself and make some friends – 04 – English at Work
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Make polite requests – 05 – English at Work would like you to watch
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How to offer help – 06 – English at Work is here to help
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Saying you’re sorry – 07 – English at Work shows you how to apologise
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Saying ‘well done!’ – 08 – English at Work tells you how to give praise
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Checking information – 09 – English at Work checks that things are correct
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Disagreeing – 10 – English at Work gives you the language to disagree
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Working long hours? – 11 – English at Work gives you the language
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Opening a presentation – 12 – English at Work helps you start the right way
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Making a pitch – 13 – English at Work gets your pitch perfect
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Giving feedback – 14 – English at Work shows you how
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Talking on the phone – 15 – English at Work has the top tips for you
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Politely refusing something – 16 – English at Work helps you make polite refusals
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Placing an order – 17 – English at Work makes placing your order easy
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Writing an email – 18 – English at Work has the words for perfect emails
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Explaining a misunderstanding – 19 – English at Work helps you explain a mix-up
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Setting an agenda – 20 – English at Work sets the meeting agenda
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Asking for help – 21 – English at Work gets you the help you need
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Making polite requests – 22 – English at Work asks what you want politely
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Health and safety – 23 – English at Work has the phrases for you
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Language for emergencies – 24 – English at Work gets you out of danger
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Booking a hotel room – 25 – English at work reserves your room
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Complaining – 26 – English at Work tells you how to complain
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Delivering bad news – 27 – English at Work gives you the bad news
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Keeping things professional – 28 – English at Work gives you the phrases
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aking a cold call – 29 – Need to make a call? English at Work shows you how
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Negotiating – 30 – English at Work negotiates the best deal
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Project management – 31 – Need to manage a project? English at Work gives you the language
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Negotiating a deal – 32 – English at Work helps you get the best deal
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Booking a flight – 33 – English at Work gets you travelling!
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Clinching the deal – 34 – English at Work has the language for when you need to finish a deal
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Briefing the manager – 35 – English at Work helps you tell your boss important news
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Working with someone new – 36 – English at Work
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Dealing with difficult staff – 37 – English at Work helps you work with others
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Good customer relations – 38 – English at Work shows you how to keep your customers happy
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Staff discipline – 39 – English at Work helps get the punishment right
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Having an appraisal? – 40 – English at Work helps you think about your work
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Health and safety – 41 – English at Work keeps you safe
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Business proposals – 42 – English at Work helps you make the perfect proposal
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Doing customer research – 43 – English at Work has the phrases for you
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Dealing with IT support – 44 – English at Work deals with your computer crisis!
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The ‘elevator pitch’ – 45 – English at Work helps you pitch your ideas
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Being in charge – 46 – English at Work helps you be the boss
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Clearing up confusion – 47 – English at Work keeps things clear!
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Networking – 48 – English at Work gets you the contacts
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Accepting an award – 49 – English at Work gets your speech word perfect
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Making someone redundant – 50 – English at work has to give someone the sack
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Conveying your ideas – 51 – English at Work helps you present your thoughts
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Telling someone what to do – 52 – English at Work shows you the ropes
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Taking telephone messages – 53 – English at Work helps you note it down
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Justifying your position – 54 – English at Work helps you explain your reasons
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Telling someone what to do – 55 – English at Work shows you the ropes
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Setting priorities – 56 – English at Work gets you organised
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Booking a venue – 57 – English at Work books the room
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Get it done quickly – 58 – English at Work gets you on track
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Presenting a new product – 59 – English at Work launches your business
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Getting the sack – 60 – English at Work covers the language of being fired
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Job offers – 61 – English at Work shows you how to offer and accept a job
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Announcing your decision – 62 – English at Work gives you the words
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Tom’s tantrum – 63 – Language to persuade someone to change their mind – English At Work
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Getting down to business – 64 – English at Work gets you working
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Changing your mind – 65 – English at Work helps you explain
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The wedding! – 66 – English at Work is getting hitched

News to lern

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Exercise helps the brain
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Olympics: Sprinter seeks asylum
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Pegasus: Activists ‘spied on’
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Queen gives medal to health service
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Wimbledon: Return of tennis tournament
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Olympics: First transgender athlete
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Euro 2020: Player has heart attack
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Lilibet: Harry and Meghan’s new baby
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Olympics: Tokyo too hot for athletes?
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Belarus accused of ‘hijacking’
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China Rocket lands in ocean
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Coronavirus – lessons from an ancient plague village: Lingohack
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Can trees help climate change?

English Explainers

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Fancy a cuppa
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Totes emosh
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Dead Chuffed
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Cheers, mate

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