Learn English in 3 Hours – ALL You Need to Master English Conversation

Learn English in 3 Hours – ALL You Need to Master English Conversation


Want To Speak Real English From Your First Lesson? Sign Up for Free Lifetime Account at English Class101.com Want To Speak Real English From Your First Lesson? Sign Up for Free Lifetime Account at English Class101.com Hi, everbody. I’m Alisha and I’m join today by… Michael, hello! Michael, hello And today we’re going talking about our favourite english words And today we’re going talking about our favourite english words So let’s get we’re into it let’s start mike, wow man, our favourite english word phrase please, ok so you wow man, our favourite english word phrase please, ok so you wow man, our favourite english word phrase please, ok so you wow man, our favourite english word phrase please, ok so you so you guys know an home before we film this we each wrote down a fews phrases or words before we film this we each wrote down a fews phrases or words a personal favourite and we’ve not show in to in she there yet. yeah, I have not idea he has. So I’m cheating I’m cheating and I’m mean it give four words, they are a phrasess I’m cheating and I’m mean it give four words, they are a phrasess but they are about the same but are about the same. You know I will show you ok, “lemme” “wanna” “gimmie” gonna” ok, “lemme” “wanna” “gimmie” gonna” ok, “lemme” “wanna” “gimmie” gonna” so this, yeah, I know, I’m cheating, but this are two words, the basically contractions. They are used to in slang two words, the basically contractions. They are used to in slang so like: “lemme know”, lemme know in your free so like: “lemme know”, lemme know in your free let’s go to movie together mmmm, I wanna eat a chesse burger mmmm, I wanna eat a chesse burger. ummhuu gimmie, gimmie that chesse burger, I wanna eat I wanna eat that chesse burger I’m gonna eat that chesse burger, (laught). I’m hungry. are you hungry? ask, can I ask you? (laught, funny moment), stop yeah¡ those, those, are some my favourite ahh and I think is totally acceptable to use with your boss ahh and I think is totally acceptable to use with your boss and all context, humm in my personal opinion, yeah and all context, humm in my personal opinion, yeah thery’re really, really common words, aren’t there the really, the natural, so many a mixture, but say “let me”, “want to”, “gonig to”, and so “let me”, “want to”, “gonig to”, and so and, but actually don’t really said this things for rea..,. or speakings just normally, it’s sounds little bit kind strict, almost militarystic or speakings just normally, it’s sounds little bit kind strict, almost militarystic, to say like that or speakings just normally, it’s sounds little bit kind strict, almost militarystic, to say like that. so, yeah, that is a really good words if a wanna sound more natural when you speaking with your english speaking friends. so, yeah, that is a really good words if a wanna sound more natural when you speaking with your english speaking frineds. yeah, ok. I think, I got very different tactic for you yeah, ok. I think, I got very different tactic for you I pick some of words I use a lot and I maybe a little bit I don’t know. an usual to come across, I don’t wanna each cards so, there with me here, my first word is “gnarly” “gnarly” is my first word this is a phrase, this not, well, a word this not a really such common but ….. I was born in California this not a really such common but ….. I was born in California and there is a big “surf” culture in California and so this is a word that I could hear my mom say and my dad say and so this is a word that I could hear my mom say and my dad say mmhhh, no early is a word that mean somewhere between awesome and dangerous mmhhh, no early is a word that mean somewhere between awesome and dangerous so surfer they use- this word , when really, really, catchs a wave so surfer they use this word , when a really, really, catchs a wave is a really, really big, they do like some kind of crazy trick, and they’re friends is a really, really big, they do like some kind of crazy trick, and they’re friends is a really, really big, they do like some kind of crazy trick, and they’re friends congratulated them after words, by said, “wow, that It was gnarly” (laugths) ohhhh I still you

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  2. Unremarkably misleading. As an English trainer and coach, learning anything is a marathon. You must commit to life-long learning. There's no "quick way" to doing ANYTHING when it comes to learning. Sounds like an "overnight success" story. That's not how life works. Continual improvement everyday to achieve the goals you've set out on. Stop acting like sprinters, English learners. You need to be a marathon runner.

  3. Thank you so much. I really enjoyed this episode. I laughed a lot during watching this. Love you both of you. Beautiful expressions by teacher Alisha 😀 Beautiful smile. Michael, cut the cheese😂🤣😂. Please make more this kind of enjoyable videos for learning English.

  4. The concept of synergy is that 2+2 thanks to being together in stead of summing 4 they some more

  5. kupa me kapak, kupa pa kapak (the cup with a lid, the cup without a lid), plepi plak i plasur pak palce paska pasur (old burst poplar tree little marrow had in it)

  6. Hello People. I got a Bet on with a Friend. We in Germany have a Joke, that People, that can speak proper English, say to people, that are not so good in English. My Friend says "Everyone in the World knows this Joke". I say "No one can know this Joke, because it is related to the German Language and if you don't know the Original german Word, so they can't get the Joke"… so, i give you the joke and you tell me, what is meant by this. Please only People, that don't speak German, i want to know, if you can realize the Joke. So, if you see someone from Germany and he has that typical german Accent, you say to him "I see, yuar English is One Wall Free"…do you get that Joke? How I understand it, the Term "One Wall Free" should make absolutely no sense for a native ENglish Person or more, someone who doesn't speak German…

  7. Brazilian here! Thank you for the help. Fellow BRs, there is a site called elllo that also Helps a lot in your pronunciations. Also, is all free

  8. Haha I used to do the tapping on the roof of the car in South Africa many years ago. I had actually forgotten about it until today. Only the driver used to do it going thru speed traps or amber/red traffic lights to protect the occupants of the car while the driver was basically breaking the law. Interesting channel thanks 🙂 First time Ive watched it 🙂 Many of the things you both talk about are common habits of mine too, so it was very entertaining seeing how much more us Saffas have in common with you Mericans on the other side of the pond. Great fun thanks again.

  9. I'm glad a made a American friend, so I finally can practice conversation. I don't have a hard time to listen and read but in other hand is really hard for me write and talk, most of because I never practiced.

  10. I had now conversation with some one from India, nothing personal for this man , but this accent is't easy to get what he really mean, (for example ten sounds as teen and first sounds as fast ) .Is it a real problem for native speakers or not?

  11. all good but a little not comfy when they talk about stereotype of america. i know it's their country but what they saying is just not common Knowledge. come on guys ; accept the truth !

  12. Just about the "steal someone's thunder" thing… I undestand it like when you have credit for something you get recognized for it, people are talking about it all the time etc… so here "thunder" is related to the sound of the fame. Meaning the lightning is what is accomplished and provokes the fame by the way.
    I'm not american for sure, but my culture is pretty closed to yours for almost all the concepts and to me it's as it should be considered.

  13. In Spanish we also say blablabla & we think it comes from the Spanish verb "hablar", to speak

  14. 1:10:48
    I think he's been into her 😀
    she's as gorgeus as funny
    I really love your videos
    saludos desde Perú <3

  15. Well i came here because i needed a long talking video to test my audio problems on my PC and ended up watching the whole thing! I may say im very impressed…Well Done

  16. phily steaks and such ARE sandwiches which ARE like bread up – bread down put anything in the middle which kind sounds and essentially IS a burger dont you think so? Grew up in Brooklyn (Im Greek) and truly never ever tasted American food that wasnt essentially a burger or a streak.
    And there's a reason for that, US "founded" by immigrants who they brought their cuisine with them.

    Aside all that, if you want to talk about traditionally American food you have to think Indians (like Navaho/Cherokee/Arikaraetc), they ARE the true Americans so does their cuisine.

  17. I think, if "cut the cheese" comes from "who cut the cheese", maybe it doesnt have to do with the smell of a fart, but it's just a random question to say "who did it?"

  18. "Steal someone's thunder" makes perfect sense, if you are in a successful rock band and you go like hey guys lets make some noise and everybody cheers up and shouts and theres so much noise it sounds like a thunder but then someone else takes credit for your song, then they'll be "stealing your thunder" lol I have a wide imagination dont I?

  19. "to burn the candle at both ends" means youre working so hard you feel exhausted both physically and mentally…I guess

  20. "Raining cats and dogs" is easy to understand, it means its raining so hard the raindrops are the size of cats and dogs. In Argentina we say "Están cayendo soretes de punta" meaning "Pointed lumps of poo are falling down" and I guess its all about the size of the raindrops as well.

  21. "Hear something straight from the horse's mouth". Back in the days you know there used to be a TV series so called Mr Ed, who was a talking horse… Maybe this idiom was inspired by this TV show?

  22. About stereotypes, I dont think americans are arrogant at all, but thats because Im from Argentina, the land of the most arrogant people in the world

  23. Again, since we argentinians are so arrogant, and also we have the best beef in the world, our BBQs are the best on Planet Earth, another misconception here is "american BBQ sucks"

  24. About owning guns – it's not about movies, it's about the fact that owning a gun is legal. I see sometime news, videos, posts on Instagram or whereever and it somehow feeds my imaginary about that.

  25. I'm brazilian ,and I'm so proud of myself, when I decided to teach myself at home, I didn't even know how to construct a sentence in English, 2 years later, I don't even imagine that I could be here , listening to podcasts and understanding every single word that you guys are saying, thank you so much , and continue recording classes to help people like me .

  26. Once Ive watched on some episode of the BBC series "Horrible Histories" the explaination for the origin of the expression "raining cats and dogs"

  27. Anyway… a dot dot dot (…) is called an ellipsis if you wanted to refer to it by name. I didn't watch the whole video, so if they did bring that up. My apologies.

  28. In 20:26 you use to say "tons of space". Could you explain in which situations you use this phrase? (I'm from Germany and I really like this video.)
    And by the way, I would love to visit a house party like you describe the partys you go until you're 21. In Germany it's kinda different bc here you're allowed to drink beer, wine and stuff like that at 16 and schnaps at 18. So house partys are actually rare in my case.

    Thank you in advance. 🙂

  29. Hi i like your english class , i from venezuela to tell the true i to hard lo learn english here in country

  30. i will Take this to my Life
    "don't be afraid to open up"
    oh lookin good! Thanks for the Teaching video, i give you all a Brazilian Thumbs up 🖒😃

  31. Log kahte hain ye scammers hain! mera javaab hai, beshaq! mujhe itne competitors nahin chaahiye. varna ve sab yahaan jaayenge aur mere liye kuch nahin bachega 🙂 🙂 🙂 doston, please khaamosh rahen aur apni succees ke baare mein itni deengen na maaren 😀

  32. Hello😀 I'm korean! And i learning English by this video😂 My Eng is so disgusting, But I Don't give up this! Plz cheer up me😂😂😂

  33. here in Mexico we say that the person who "cuts the cheese" is the one who makes decitions, like the autority in a group of people. Is like: I'm the one who cuts the cheese here 😎

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  35. I don't know if what I'm going to say would be called superstition or not but in Mexico and some Central American countries, when a person sneezes they think that either somebody near you or far away is thinking about you at that moment and that that's why you sneezed.

    It's something very common for Mexicans to think that.

  36. i am a Japanese and going to college in US. now studying English for college. This video is very helpful for me because i could get new words that i hadn't studied in Japanese school. i can learn active English.

  37. i think they are qualifed english teachers, there are under qualfied teacher, some prepared ppl is very needed if somebody want to learn.

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