Homophones (How to Pronounce, Define and Use) Lesson #3 for, fore, four, there, their, they’re, your & you’re with DouglasESL

Homophones (How to Pronounce, Define and Use) Lesson #3 for, fore, four, there, their, they’re, your & you’re with DouglasESL

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Douglas Swartz

Homophones (How to Pronounce, Define and Use) Lesson #3 for, fore, four, there, their, they’re, your & you’re with DouglasESL will help English students understand the confusion of using Homophones that sound the same but are different words. These Homophones are different parts of speech with different grammar rules. This series should help ESL students to understand, pronounce and use Homophones correctly in English speaking & writing. This video shows how to use or, fore, four, there, their, they’re, your & you’re Homophones.

Homophones (How to Pronounce, Define and Use) Lesson #2 buy, by, bye, flour, flower, dear & deer with DouglasESL

Homophones (How to Pronounce, Define and Use) Lesson #2 buy, by, bye, flour, flower, dear & deer with DouglasESL

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Douglas Swartz

Homophones (How to Pronounce, Define and Use) Lesson #2 buy, by, bye, flour, flower, dear & deer with DouglasESL will help English students understand the confusion of using Homophones that sound the same but are different words. These Homophones are different parts of speech with different grammar rules. This series should help ESL students to understand, pronounce and use Homophones correctly in English speaking & writing. This video shows how to use buy, by, bye, flour, flower, dear & deer Homophones.

 

Homophones (How to Pronounce, Define and Use) Lesson #1 two, to, too, aye, eye, I, ad & add with DouglasESL

Homophones (How to Pronounce, Define and Use) Lesson #1 two, to, too, aye, eye, I, ad & add with DouglasESL

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Douglas Swartz

Homophones (How to Pronounce, Define and Use) Lesson #1 two, to, too. aye, eye, I, ad & add with DouglasESL will help English students understand the confusion of using Homophones that sound the same but are different words. These Homophones are different parts of speech with different grammar rules. This series should help ESL students to understand, pronounce and use Homophones correctly in English speaking & writing. This video show how to use to, too, two, aye, eye, I, ad & add Homophones.

 

How to use the Nine Parts of Speech (Interjections) with DouglasESL

Grammar Learning Series Beginner Level

How to use the Nine Parts of Speech (Interjections) with DouglasESL

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Douglas Swartz

How to use the nine parts of speech (Interjections) with DouglasESL will help English students to understand the nine parts of speech. The nine parts of speech are the building blocks of the English language. They have their individual rules and usages. Once the basics of the nine parts of speech are learned the English language becomes easier to understand. Interjections are used to express emotions or strong feelings. Interjections help to demonstrate enthusiasm, excitement, joy, disgust or shock.

How to use the Nine Parts of Speech (Conjunctions) with DouglasESL

How to use the Nine Parts of Speech (Conjunctions) with DouglasESL

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Douglas Swartz

How to use the nine parts of speech (Conjunctions) with DouglasESL will help English students to understand the nine parts of speech. The nine parts of speech are the building blocks of the English language. They have their individual rules and usages. Once the basics of the nine parts of speech are learned the English language becomes easier to understand. Conjunctions are used to connect concepts, parts of sentences or clauses. Conjunctions help us to write longer and more complex sentences.

How to use the Nine Parts of Speech (Prepositions) with DouglasESL

Grammar Learning Series Beginner Level

How to use the Nine Parts of Speech (Prepositions) with DouglasESL

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Douglas Swartz

 

How to use the nine parts of speech (Prepositions) with DouglasESL will help English students to understand the nine parts of speech. The nine parts of speech are the building blocks of the English language. They have their individual rules and usages. Once the basics of the nine parts of speech are learned the English language becomes easier to understand. Prepositions show relationships or locations in sentences. They are linked to nouns or pronouns that are called the object of the preposition.

 

How to use the Nine Parts of Speech (Pronouns) with DouglasESL

Grammar Learning Series Beginner Level

How to use the Nine Parts of Speech (Pronouns) with DouglasESL

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Douglas Swartz

How to use the nine parts of speech (Pronouns) with DouglasESL will help English students to understand the nine parts of speech. The nine parts of speech are the building blocks of the English language. They have their individual rules and usages. Once the basics of the nine parts of speech are learned the English language becomes easier to understand. Pronouns are used to replace nouns. Pronouns help your writing to sound better and no so repetitive.

 

How to use the Nine Parts of Speech (Verbs) with DouglasESL

Grammar Learning Series Beginner Level

How to use the Nine Parts of Speech (Verbs) with DouglasESL

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Douglas Swartz

How to use the nine parts of speech (Verbs) with DouglasESL will help English students to understand the nine parts of speech. The nine parts of speech are the building blocks of the English language. They have their individual rules and usages. Once the basics of the nine parts of speech are learned the English language becomes easier to understand. Verbs show action and tenses in sentences.

How to Use the Nine Parts of Speech (Nouns) with DouglasESL

Grammar Learning Series Beginner Level
How to use the Nine Parts of Speech (Nouns) with DouglasESL
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Douglas Swartz

How to use the nine parts of speech (Nouns) with DouglasESL will help English students to understand the nine parts of speech. The nine parts of speech are the building blocks of the English language. They have their individual rules and usages. Once the basics of the nine parts of speech are learned the English language becomes easier to understand. Nouns are subjects of sentences. Nouns tell you what the sentence is about.

How to Use the Nine Parts of Speech (Adverbs) with DouglasESL

Grammar Learning Series Beginner Level

How to use the Nine Parts of Speech (Adverbs) with DouglasESL

By

Douglas Swartz

 

How to use the nine parts of speech (Adverbs) with DouglasESL will help English students to understand the nine parts of speech. The nine parts of speech are the building blocks of the English language. They have their individual rules and usages. Once the basics of the nine parts of speech are learned the English language becomes easier to understand. Adverbs help writers describe action.

 

 

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