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Share Speak English Right - 4/13/17
2017-5-2 10:57
Add me on WeChat WeChat ID - BigTEXZZ 4/13/17 Good morning I often hear Chinese English students use an English idiom in the wrong way. Today’s lesson will show you one of those and I’ll teach how to use it right. Idiom bored to death I often hear Chinese English speakers say, “I’m bored to die.” This is a wrong usage of this idiom. If you say it to a native speaker like myself, I’ll understand you. Howeve ...
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Share Speak English Right - 4/14/17
2017-5-2 10:53
Add me on WeChat WeChat ID - BigTEXZZ 4/14/17 Good morning Another common idiom allows you to express a since of surprise or disbelief. You hear something that is quite surprising and you want to give an emotional expression about it. Using ‘emotional speech’ really makes a non-native English speaker sound more fluent and natural. Idiom ‘you've got to be kidding’ ‘you must be kidding’ Explanation : "Kidd ...
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Share Speak English Right - 4/17/17
2017-5-2 10:51
Add me on WeChat for FREE Daily English Lessons WeChat ID - BigTEXZZ 4/17/17 Good morning. Today is Motivational Monday . I’m going to teach you how get motivated even when you don’t feel good. Even when you aren’t happy. I hear so many people talk about how tired and busy they are. I know that high school students are especially busy because they have a lot of classes every day. Then, when they finish all of their classes, they al ...
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Share Speak English Right 5/2/17
2017-5-2 10:43
5/2/17 Join me on WeChat For FREE Daily English Lessons WeChat ID - BigTEXZZ Good morning Today is Tongue Twister Tuesday. The best way to learn a tongue twister is to begin saying it slowly. Make sure you sound each word clearly and then you can try to say it faster. You’ll find that it’s fun and very helpful in improving your pronunciation. Have fun! Tongue Twister “Amidst the mists and coldest fr ...
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Share Seven Simple Things That Will Change The World
2017-5-2 09:28
One thing that I absolutely love about most Chinese people I've met is that they work at keeping peace. As in most cases, this comes from the top down. President Xi Jinping is a man who loves and works for peace. I watch him closely and believe that his character and demeanor is what we need in every world leader. But, you may not be a leader. You may not be powerful. So, what can you and I do to bring about positive change in the world? Here are seven things that I believe that we can ad ...
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Share Speak English Right 5/1/17 - Motivational Monday
2017-5-1 11:42
Join me on WeChat Free Daily English Lessons WeChat ID - BigTEXZZ 5/1/17 Good morning Today is Motivational Monday. It is also Labor Day in China. So, most people are having a day off. Happy Labor Day to everyone. I heard a quote once that said, “Go where you are celebrated; not where you are tolerated.” ‘Tolerated’ means ‘to put up with.’ It is not something that is pleasurable or desirable. I would say it this way, “Go where people like you and are ha ...
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Share Speak English Right - 4/18/17
2017-4-28 09:59
Add me on WeChat and I'll connect you to my public account. You can get free English lessons including script and MP3s there. WeChat ID - BigTEXZZ 4/18/17 Good morning. Today is Tongue Twister Tuesday. Tongue twisters not only challenge your speaking, but, they force you to improve your pronunciation. This is why they are so good for you in your journey to become fluent in English. Have fun and practice this tongue twister several times toda ...
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Share Speak English Right - 4/19/17
2017-4-28 09:58
Add me on WeChat and I'll connect you to my public account. You can get free English lessons including script and MP3s there. WeChat ID - BigTEXZZ 4/19/17 Good morning. Today, I’ll teach you an idiom that is quite common in American English. You’ll likely hear this idiom in every day conversation. Learn it and use it and you’ll sound much more like a native English speaker. Idiom I’m all ears This idiom means, ‘I’m listenin ...
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Share Speak English Right - 4/20/17
2017-4-28 09:55
Add me on WeChat and I'll connect you to my public account. You can get free English lessons including script and MP3s there. WeChat ID - BigTEXZZ 4/20/17 Good morning. I often hear Chinese English speakers ask questions that are confusing to me as a native English speaker. They will say, “Tomorrow, do you go to the office?” Today, I’m going to teach you the right way to ask this kind of question. When you use it the right way, you’ll sound more like ...
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Share Speak English Right - 4/21/17
2017-4-28 09:54
Add me on WeChat and I'll connect you to my public account. You can get free English lessons including script and MP3s there. WeChat ID - BigTEXZZ 4/21/17 Good morning One of the most difficult sounds that Chinese English learners face are words that start with the letter ‘w’ and that have an ‘r’ or ‘l’ in them. Today, I’ll teach you and let you practice one of those. That is, words which start with ‘w’ and have an ‘r’ in them. ...
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MichaelM

Michael is the author of the transformational book, Powerful Attitudes. He is a professional educator, an educational consultant, an author. He lives in Zhengzhou, Henan Province. He enjoys playing guitar and writing poetry. He loves China.

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    Wow, amazing !Have a dream, this story recalled  me  Martin Luther King's " I have a dream", anyone will persuit his or her with right track will get a goo d mark, I do believe, thanks for your help without any dicriimination... Friendship is without national borders, your story proved that.

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