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What are Split Infinitives?Plain Lesson
Top-ten favourite wordsPlain Lesson
Top 10 most disliked words & phrases!Plain Lesson
How to use tactPlain Lesson
Phrasal Verb - 'See Through'Plain Lesson
Danny: Common Mistakes Made by English LearnersPlain Lesson
What does Just the Ticket mean?Plain Lesson
English Joke: Hole in OnePlain Lesson
A-Z of descriptive adjectivesPlain Lesson
German words used in EnglishPlain Lesson
How to use 'over'Plain Lesson
Top 10 passwordsPlain Lesson
Can you answer the puzzle?Plain Lesson
Culture Lesson: Boston ChinatownPlain Lesson
British English slang!Plain Lesson
How to use SarcasmPlain Lesson
Danny's Junk MailPlain Lesson
ShallPlain Lesson
Using About, Around and -ishPlain Lesson
Business English: Buying and Selling VocabPlain Lesson
Phrasal Verb - 'Step on'Plain Lesson
Ways to say hello and goodbyePlain Lesson
How to advise someone (not) to do somethingPlain Lesson
SMS English - Text Speak 'A-Z'Plain Lesson
the importance of punctuationPlain Lesson
How to use 'understatement'Plain Lesson
'weekend' idioms and more!Plain Lesson
Personality Adjectives - 'What is she like?'Plain Lesson
How to use 'contractions'Plain Lesson
American versus British EnglishPlain Lesson
What is strange about this paragraph?Plain Lesson
Showing offencePlain Lesson
English Riddle: Can you answer the question?Plain Lesson
How to use WouldPlain Lesson
Credit-Crisis: How to talk about the economyPlain Lesson
SMS EnglishPlain Lesson
Phrasal Verb - 'Fall out'Plain Lesson
How to write a business letterPlain Lesson
How many words can you find?Plain Lesson
PhobiasPlain Lesson
Can you read this?Plain Lesson
Cartoon - English Joke 3Plain Lesson
Danny's Reading: FacebookPlain Lesson
The Scorpion and the FrogPlain Lesson
Word of the Day: FunnyPlain Lesson
Grammar Review - Future Tense: Will/Will BePlain Lesson
Danny's Reading: MusicPlain Lesson
Asking the right questions in every situationPlain Lesson
Conditionals - Intermediate to Upper IntermediatePlain Lesson
Idiom of the Day: Drift apartPlain Lesson