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thanks for doing these videos. I’m french, and I wanted to download podcast for my new ipod, I thought that it was a good idea to download english lessons, I found your videos via itunes, and I really didn’t expect that. Please, keep going. thanks
hey, thanks for mentioning my correction on your podcast! and you are right, sometimes what the way we learn to speak in our state/region/country will give us different subtle pronunciations to the same words. but since i am sure there are many English learners watching your podcast i just wanted to be true to the sources: the books. thanks! 🙂
I´m a spanish girl trying to improve my english, and looking for “sources of knowledge” in internet I´ve discovered you…
That´s awsome!!! really…
Your conversation is cool, and very amazing… congratulations!.
And I tell you more… I´m feel in love…oh yes, you are so handsome.
Thanks for your time and effort!!
Please, in another podcast, could you explain the differents between? :
here – hear
Thanks for all the feedback and the suggestions for future episodes.
Coincidentally, I received two mails yesterday, suggesting walk vs. work.
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