ENGLISH PRACTICE: The Coronavirus Pronunciation / Vocabulary / Phrasal Verbs that you NEED


Do you want English practice? Do you want to know the pronunciation, vocabulary and phrasal verbs you need to discuss the Coronavirus? Are you looking for an English practice lesson that is both challenging and relevant? If so, this video is for you! I’ll help you practice English and stay up to date on the vocabulary you need during our current crisis. In my opinion this is the best way for you to do English practice sessions: by talking through the phrasal verbs and vocabulary that the people around you are using right now. We’ll go over how to pronounce many of the current vocabulary words related to the Coronavirus and I’ll help you practice the kind of English phrasal verbs that are immediately applicable in your life. I can’t emphasize enough how important it is to make your English practice sessions relevant to the conversations you’re hearing on a daily basis. This way you’ll be getting practice with the words and phrasal verbs you need to fully participate in the conversations happening all around you. Let’s get started.

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  1. She is best teacher, I m copying all her videos, to learn American accent. I am pretty sure, I will learn soon.

  2. I am a student who live in asia country and my greatest ambition is to become like a native english speaker in my life or to understand a native speaker's words that I hear in my ear so I watch all your's vidoes about 20 minutes in one day.I hope you will post the best more vidoes.I am a learner in English.and I want aks you one question how I should study The English fastly?For me, you are my online English Teacher.

  3. Thank you so much, Rachel. I'm a regular student in here but I couldn't watch the video when it was released, because I'm an MD in Portugal, and thank you so much for sharing. Hope you and your family are safe and healthy.

  4. They don't know the word quarantine…the pronunciation..please,no one thought of it. Too long,goshhh, short it a little bit. Too slow. Be more active. Seem like you are all, when talking about covid, going to sleep or something or crying the words for goodness sake. The word quarantine. We are not locked down, it's a quarantine.

  5. This is quite a useful video for start up channel like ours to derive inspiration from masters like you. We covered some similarities and differences of a few pairs of words in Covid-19 glossary which at times are interchangeably used, but they should not be.

  6. Thank you so much for this video. In view of this situation, I've been practicing my pronunciation with your videos.

    It's helped me a lot.

  7. hi! thanks for your help about the silent consonants. It is a problem for many people. greetings from Florence.

  8. Why west people like to stockpile lots lots lots of toilet paper when they're in disaster ? we just stockpile lots of foods, not toilet paper..


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