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Spoken English Words Needta and Gotta

Spoken English words are very commonly used vocabulary in real life. And you can not learn them with textbooks. Also you can not find them in most of dictionaries. You don’t have to use these kind of words in your own speech but you have to learn tehem to understand native speakers. Because native speakers use these words all the time. Watch this short video below by AJ Hoge of Effortless English and learn two spoken English words meaning. Learn Spoken English “Needta and Gotta” Hi I’m AJ Hoge of EffortlessEnglishClub.com Let’s learn two more real English words. Words that
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Spoken English Tutorials Whaddya and Whatcha

This is another video of spoken English tutorials by AJ Hoge of Effortless English Course. Let’s learn some more real English. Real Spoken English. Start with the word Whaddya. So Whaddya is used very frequently in fast speaking. Now it’s not an official dictionary word. You will not find it in the dictionary probably, and yet you will hear it again and again and like many words of this kind. It’s actually a combination of a few words. Pushed together pronounced quickly and pronounced a little differently than normal. What Whaddya Means? It means, “What do you”. We use it
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Effortless English Pronunciation Tutorials

This is a video tutorial by AJ Hoge from Effortless English Club. Let’s talk about pronunciation. Let’s talk about the TH sound. This is the sound that gives some people some problems. Actually there are two sounds we will talk about with they’re spelled with TH. The first is a soft sound and its found in words like thank, like “thank you”. Second is a little, a buzzy sound like a bee or a fly. And it’s very similar but we say th. And its in such words as that or the there, although. There’s a little bit of a
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Spoken English Tutorials Plural Of You

This is AJ Hoge from Effortless English program. Llet’s talk about the English language a little bit. Something very very simple which you may have learned the textbook but maybe not maybe you didn’t learn this in school. What is the plural form of you? If I say “i like you”, one person i’m talking one person and i say “i like you”. But if there are five people and i want to say the same thing “i like you” well of course you know that the proper grammatical way, to say that is to use the same word, to
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Learn Spoken English Wanna and Gonna Effortless English Video

This is another video lesson from Effortless English learning video series. In this lesson you are going to learn Wanna and Gonna. These are 2 common words in spoken English. However you probably won’t find these words in a dictionary. These kinds of spoken English vocabulary are used constantly by native speakers and you must learn them. Watch below video to learn more about these words in spoken English. And click here to visit Effortlesss English Club to view more learning English lessons. Learn Spoken English: Wanna and Gonna Hi, I am AJ Hoge of Effortless English Club. let’s talk
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