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Learn English with the Happy English Podcast. Fun, practical, and useful English lessons for students of all levels and ages. Learn American English idioms, phrasal verbs, pronunciation, confusing vocabulary, grammar and more! Get Happy, Get English. Happy English! Visit myhappyenglish.com to hear all of the episodes.
 
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Today, we’re going to look at could have and couldn’t have. Your English teacher probably calls these past modals. In general, we use could have and couldn’t have to talk about what was or what was not possible in the past. Knowing this grammar is important for you to be able to communicate effectively in English. The example sentences are ... Read…
 
Today, Today, I’d like to show you five different phrasal verbs with THINK. There is think back, think of, think up, think over, and think through. Learning phrasal verbs is essential for building up your vocabulary, understanding others, and sounding more natural! The example sentences are in a new place: You can read the example sentences HERE. (…
 
In this lesson, we’re going to talk about all of the different ways we can talk about ability and possibility using can, could, and be able to. There’s a lot to learn here, so let’s get going! The example sentences are in a new place: You can read the example sentences HERE. (still free to read!) To get the details ... Read More…
 
The other day one of my students asked me about the difference between worthwhile, worth doing, and worthy. That’s a great question because all of these are base on worth, which has a nuance of benefit or value. In this lesson, I’m going to show you how you can use these three words in your everyday English conversations and writing. ... Read More…
 
Today, we’re going to look at a conversational English pattern using go. You won’t find this lesson in your textbook because it’s considered to be colloquial English. Well, you’re not still using a textbook…are you? There are three patterns that I want to show you. Let’s get going! The example sentences are in a new place: You can read the ... Read…
 
Today, we’re going to look at the different ways that you can talk about nostalgic things in English. Nostalgia is a sentimental feeling when you remember good times that you had in the past. For this English lesson, we’re going to look at a phrasal verb and an idiom that you can use to talk about nostalgia and nostalgic feelings. ... Read More…
 
I love helping you guys learn idioms because idioms make your English conversation sound more colorful and more natural. Today, I’ve got 6 idioms that use the word spot. Are you ready? Let’s check ‘em out. First, here’s a short little story using today’s English. The example sentences are in a new place: You can read the example sentences HERE. ...…
 
The other day one of my students was asking me about the phrasal verb talk over. It’s interesting that in English, some phrasal verbs can have several different meanings and uses. So today, we’re going to look at the different ways that we use talk over. Phrasal verbs are an important part of everyday English, and also good to know ... Read More…
 
Here’s today’s English point – Idioms with LOOK. I love helping you learn idioms because they make your English sound more natural and less textbook-ish. For today’s lesson, let’s look at 6 Idioms that use the verb LOOK. Let’s check it out! The example sentences are in a new place: You can read the example sentences HERE. (still free to ... Read Mo…
 
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