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44 - 1 Understanding Homophones

Episode #43: More homophones | ABA on Air

English, unlike some languages, has many words which sound the exact same but are written completely differently and have different meanings. We have already recorded some podcasts related to homophones, but because there are so ...

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Do you speak Globish?

The simplified version of English has been turned into a genuine international way of communicating. As an English student, maybe it has happened to you: you discover that your conversations in English are more fluent ...

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Live classes – Hosting a party in English

This week Teacher Robin has prepared another live class about how to host a party… in English. As well an explanation, we will give you examples and exercises so that you can understand the class perfectly. You ...

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Live classes – How to learn English faster

This week Teacher Robin has prepared another live class about how to learn English faster. As well an explanation, we will give you examples and exercises so that you can understand the class perfectly. You can download ...

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Reported speech in English

Reported speech is used to explain what somebody said, without quoting the exact words. For example, you could say: “I found an article that said that reported speech is used to explain what someone says ...

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