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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 Love & Romance. This lesson will help you define fancy someone, love at first sight, chat someone up, ask someone out, go out with, man or woman of your dreams, head over heels in love, engaged.

fancy someone PHRASE to suddenly start to like someone, especially sexually
‘I really fancy you. Room 101 if you feel the same.’

 

love at first sight PHRASE when you fall in love with someone the first time you see them
‘Do you believe in love at first sight?’

 

chat someone up PHRASAL VERB to talk to someone in a way that shows you like them sexually
‘Are you trying to chat me up?’

 

ask someone out PHRASAL VERB to invite someone for a romantic meeting
‘I would like to ask you out to dinner on Friday.’

 

go out with PHRASAL VERB to have a romantic meeting with someone and spend a lot of time with them
‘Champagne, mmm – I am glad that I agreed to go out with you!’

 

man or woman of your dreams PHRASE used to talk about someone you think is perfect
‘Who wants to be the man of my dreams?’

 

head over heels in love PHRASE when you love someone very much
‘Can’t you see that I am head over heels in love with you?’

 

engaged ADJECTIVE formally agreed to marry
‘We were engaged to be married. Now it is all over!’

 

  • Choose the correct definition for each word.

    Choose the correct definition for each word.

  • Love & Romance 1
    This vocabulary lesson will help you define date, crush, Mr Right, fall in love, row, split up, chat up line, broken heart and jealous. (8:00)

    Obsession
    This vocabulary lesson will help you define crush, adore, passionate, obsession, self-obsessed, fixation, infatuation, intoxication and besotted. (8:00)

    First, second, third or 1, 2, 3?
    This Vocabulary lesson will help you understand when to use First, second, third and one, 1, two, 2, three, 3 in your English conversation. (3:00)

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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 English grammar lesson will help you remember to add the letter –s to the end of a verb when using the third person singular.

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

When a number is an adjective there is no -s.
‘A 1,500-metre-high walkway.’
‘A four-man walking team.’

‘A five-minute queue.’
(We add hyphens to multiple word adjectives that go before the noun)

‘A five-minute queue. (Queue is the noun, . . .)
‘A five-minute queue.’
(. . . five-minute is the multiple word adjective that describes it)

‘A one-man photography team.’
‘It is a 25-window walkway.’
(When the adjective comes after the noun . . .
‘The walkway has 25 windows.’
. . . we use an -s if it is more than one, but no hyphens)

Remember: When a number is an adjective no -s.

Now do the revision exercises.

 

  • Numbers as words or digits?
    Write the numbers 0 – 10 as words. (2:00)

    At night and in the night
    At night is used when we talk about every night. In the night talks about a specific night. (2:00)

    Vocabulary Video Lesson: Censorship
    This lesson will help you define censorship, black out, blur out, grawlix, illicit, restriction, suppression, expletive and bowdlerize. (8:00)

  • Love & Romance 1
    This vocabulary lesson will help you define date, crush, Mr Right, fall in love, row, split up, chat up line, broken heart and jealous. (8:00)

    Obsession
    This vocabulary lesson will help you define crush, adore, passionate, obsession, self-obsessed, fixation, infatuation, intoxication and besotted. (8:00)

    First, second, third or 1, 2, 3?
    This Vocabulary lesson will help you understand when to use First, second, third and one, 1, two, 2, three, 3 in your English conversation. (3:00)

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