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Adverbs of Frequency

How often do you play sports? How many times per week do you write an email at work? Let’s look at the words used in English to tell us how often we do something. Adding adverbs of frequency will help others understand you better and you’ll be adding more detail, which makes you sound more like a native speaker! If you do not have an account with Intenga you can now enter on our German site without login but you still need a google or youTube account Join our free lesson

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Teacher: Rebecca Pollack
Level: Beginner
Type: Grammar
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Expressions with “time” (part 2)

We’re going to continue looking at the phrases we first saw back in October (the 9th), we’ll look at the expressions again and then we will take a look at some activities to help us understand the expressions even better. If you do not have an account with Intenga you can now enter on our German site without login but you still need a google or youTube account Join our free lesson

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Teacher: Rebecca Pollack
Level: Intermediate
Type: Idioms
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Work role plays

It’s time to look at new work situations. I’ll think of some situations that we haven’t tried before to work out a problem or situation that might actually happen. Be ready for some difficult problems that you and a partner will have to work out together. If you do not have an account with Intenga you can now enter on our German site without login but you still need a google or youTube account Join our free lesson

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Teacher: Rebecca Pollack
Level: All levels
Type: Conversation
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Impersonal “You” / “they” for general speaking

In English, we can use “you” or “they” when we want to talk about a person or multiple people, without saying who it is exactly. It will help you when you don't know the person/people in which you are referring to. Let’s take a look at these situations in which you can you these impersonal pronouns. If you do not have an account with Intenga you can now enter on our German site without login but you still need a google or youTube account Join our free lesson

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Teacher: Rebecca Pollack
Level: Advanced
Type: Grammar
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