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39 English vocabulary video lessons with exercises and answers which will help with your English pronunciation practice and English vocabulary building. These English-speaking exercises are a quick way to build English vocabulary.

English vocabulary lesson with words connected to bottles. This lesson will help you define bottle, neck, bottle top, bottle opener, label, cork, corkscrew and screw top.

(a) bottle NOUN a glass or plastic container for liquids with a narrow part at the top
‘Empty beer bottles are very sad to see.’

 

(a) neck NOUN the long narrow part of a bottle near the top
‘You can hold a beer bottle at the neck to drink it.’

 

(a) bottle top NOUN a circular piece of metal or plastic used to close a bottle
‘Please put the bottle top back on when you have finished. It stops the bubbles escaping.’

 

(a) bottle opener NOUN a small tool used for taking off a metal bottle top
‘If we can’t find the bottle opener we will have to drink the wine.’

 

(a) label NOUN a piece of paper on the bottle which tells you about what is inside
‘The label tells me that this wine is a Chardonnay and comes from Australia.’

 

(a) cork NOUN a piece of wood that goes in the hole at the top of a bottle of wine
‘The cork is very dry so I need to take it out slowly.’

 

(a) corkscrew NOUN a tool used for taking the corks out of bottles of wine
‘If we can’t find the corkscrew we will have to drink the sherry.’

 

(a) screw top NOUN a plastic or metal bottle top that you turn to put on or take off the bottle
‘This wine doesn’t need a corkscrew to open it. It has a screw top.’

 

  • Choose the correct definition for each word.

    Choose the correct definition for each word.

  • Ghosts & Spirits
    This lesson will help you define ghost, spirit, spooky, demon, evil, haunted, phantom, poltergeist and guardian angel. (8:00)

    Sleep
    This lesson will help you define sleep, nap, lie-in, snooze, dream, nightmare, drop off, nod off, drowsy and forty winks. (8:00)

    I am interested. I am interesting
    This English grammar lesson will help you remember how to use -ed and -ing as adjectives correctly. (8:30)

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Common Mistakes in English video lessons

Stop common mistakes in English grammar - 18 video lessons with tests and practice exercises to stop you making English grammar and vocabulary mistakes.

This vocabulary lesson will help you understand the difference between Say and Tell in English.

Watch the video then do the revision exercises. If you need more help then read the text below before trying the exercises.

You tell someone something, but you say something.

You tell someone something.
‘I am telling you that it is my food.’
Doggy told Catty (someone) . . .
. . . that it was his food. (tell something)
You say something.
‘I say that it is mine.’
Catty said that it was his food. (say something)

Remember: Tell someone. Say something.

‘Anthony says you have a new job.’
‘Anthony tells me you have a new job.’
‘Tara said: ‘I love you.’’
‘Tara told John that she loved him.’

Remember: Tell someone. Say something.

Now do the revision exercises.

 

  • When to use a comma before and or but?
    When two simples sentences are joined together using and or but you should put a comma before and or but. (2:00)

    Vocabulary Video Lesson: Nostradamus
    This lesson will help you define astrology, Prediction, interpret, astronomy, physician, prophet, astronomer, psychic and prophecy. (8:00)

    Other or Another
    Use other for plural nouns and another for singular nouns. (4:50)

  • Ghosts & Spirits
    This lesson will help you define ghost, spirit, spooky, demon, evil, haunted, phantom, poltergeist and guardian angel. (8:00)

    Sleep
    This lesson will help you define sleep, nap, lie-in, snooze, dream, nightmare, drop off, nod off, drowsy and forty winks. (8:00)

    I am interested. I am interesting
    This English grammar lesson will help you remember how to use -ed and -ing as adjectives correctly. (8:30)

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