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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 anger. This lesson will help you define furious, rage, temper, frustration, outrage, gripe, annoyance, boiling point, tantrum, resentment, bugbear and irritation.

(A) rage NOUN strong violent anger
‘He called me an idiot, so I went into a rage!’

 

(–) temper UNCOUNTABLE NOUN someone who has a temper becomes angry very quickly
‘Don’t speak to me like that or I will lose my temper.’

 

frustrating ADJECTIVE the negative feeling you get when you are stopped from doing what you want
‘This is very frustrating – I just want to leave.’

 

(An) outrage NOUN a strong feeling of anger at something you feel is wrong
‘This is an outrage. How could you say that he’s innocent!?’

 

(A) gripe NOUN a complaint about something that is annoying but not very important
‘I have a gripe – there is no coffee machine?’

 

(An) annoyance NOUN a slightly angry feeling
‘You are an annoyance – please sit down.’

 

(–) boiling point UNCOUNTABLE NOUN the moment when a situation becomes more serious because people start to feel very angry
‘Everybody looked at him. It was clear the boiling point had been reached.’

 

(A) tantrum NOUN a sudden and uncontrolled explosion of anger, especially in a young child
‘If I go into a tantrum I might use this.’

 

(–) resentment UNCOUNTABLE NOUN an angry unhappy feeling that you have when you think you have been treated badly
‘They weren’t speaking to each other – resentment had filled the room.’

 

(A) bugbear NOUN something that keeps annoying you
‘Henry’s biggest bugbear were the two men sitting on his left.’

 

(An) irritation NOUN something that makes you feel slightly angry, especially for a long period of time
‘His silent stare was only a small irritation for his colleagues.’

 

  • Play the audio and then choose the correct definition for each word.

    Play the audio and then choose the correct definition for each word.

  • Stress
    This vocabulary lesson will help you define stress, relax, unwind, sit back, cope, tension, stressed out and meditation. (8:00)

    Fear
    This vocabulary lesson will help you define fear, phobia, panic, dread, mania, cold sweat, daunting, irrational and petrified. (8:00)

    Verbs without –ing
    This English grammar lesson will help you understand the difference between stative and dynamic verbs. (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 when to use Other and Another in your spoken English.

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

Use other for plural nouns and another for singular nouns.
‘One position shows the back of the head.’
Another position shows the face.’
(Another position talks about one position)
Other positions are also possible.’
(Other positions talks about two or more positions)

We use other with plural or uncountable nouns.
‘I have some other books at home.’
(Books is plural)
‘Other men like football.’

We use another with singular nouns.
‘I have another blue shirt in my wardrobe.’
(Shirt is singular)
‘Another piece of cake please.’

Remember: Another with one, other with two or more.

Now do the revision exercises.

 

  • Could have or could of
    This is very simple. You can’t say should of. (2:00)

    Vocabulary Video Lesson: The Zodiac
    This lesson will help you define Aries, Taurus, Gemini, Cancer, Leo, Virgo, Libra, Scorpio, Sagittarius, Capricorn, Aquarius and Pisces. (8:00)

    Double Bad Comparatives
    Something maybe much, much bigger, but you can only use one comparative to say it. (4:00)

  • Stress
    This vocabulary lesson will help you define stress, relax, unwind, sit back, cope, tension, stressed out and meditation. (8:00)

    Fear
    This vocabulary lesson will help you define fear, phobia, panic, dread, mania, cold sweat, daunting, irrational and petrified. (8:00)

    Verbs without –ing
    This English grammar lesson will help you understand the difference between stative and dynamic verbs. (8:30)

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