How do you ask for permission? Learn different ways with this #AmericanEnglish graphic! And check out our videos about asking for permission. You can find these and other videos about modal verbs on our YouTube channel here > [ Bit.ly Link ]
Let's go to New York! In this video, we visit the Statue of Liberty and a museum. You will learn how to ask for permission using the modal verb "could" and how to respond correctly. Have you been to New York? Do you want to go? #AmericanEnglish #ModalVerbs #video
“What are you doing for others?” Today is Martin Luther King Jr. Day . “What are you doing for others?” Martin Luther King Jr. was a minister and activist who was a leader in the Civil Rights Movement. Learn more about this day on the #AmericanEnglish website here > [ Bit.ly Link ].
"Intelligence plus character - that is the goal of true education." Today (January 16) is Martin Luther King Jr. Day in the U.S. was a minister and activist who was a leader in the Civil Rights Movement. Do you agree with Martin Luther King Jr. Do you think the goal of education is intelligence and character? #AmericanEnglish #MLKday
Are you interested in a career in journalism? Do you want to improve your English? Sign up for our free "English for Journalism" MOOC. (A MOOC is a massive open online course.) Learn more and register here > [ Coursera.org Link ]. The next facilitated course starts February 20.
Have you ever sprained your ankle? To sprain means to hurt a joint (wrist, ankle, etc.) by twisting it in a sudden and painful way. What do you do when you sprain an ankle? #AmericanEnglish #vocabulary
What's an interjection? An interjection is a spoken word, phrase, or sound that expresses sudden or strong feeling. Some examples are: aw, man, oops, shh, & woo-hoo! Learn the meanings of these interjections in this VOA Learning English lesson. [ Bit.ly Link ]