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Australian Harry Harding is a native English speaker but he has to learn Chinese when he moved to China.

Read about his experience learning a new language below!

Learn English: How to learn a new language

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Do you know the difference between 'visit', 'visitor' and 'visitation'?
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This is how you can use 'reject' as a verb.

E.g. "Publishers reject most books."

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01/18/2017 at 23:49. Facebook
It's tennis season in Australia! The Australian Open is in full swing in Melbourne. ( ABC)
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01/18/2017 at 12:00. Facebook
'Graduate', 'undergraduate' and 'postgraduate'? What's the difference?
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01/18/2017 at 08:00. Facebook
In our latest Facebook live lesson, we discussed how to use English in daily life. Here are some tips on body language:
-Look at the person who is talking to you and nod
-Keep your devices away
-Use the correct facial expressions
-Maintain eye contact

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01/18/2017 at 06:01. Facebook
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01/17/2017 at 12:00. Facebook
'Participate' is a useful word to know. Let's find out more!
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01/17/2017 at 08:00. Facebook
What can you say when you meet someone for the first time at a gathering? What are some conversation dos and don'ts? Ask us your questions around the topic of etiquette and join us for this week's Facebook LIVE lesson
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01/17/2017 at 05:00. Facebook
'Device' is a noun.
E.g. "Don't drop your device!"

'Devise' is a verb.
E.g. "The school devised a system to help students study the course online."

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Learn English: Device or devise?

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01/17/2017 at 02:24. Facebook
Destanee Aiava flying the flag for Australia at this year's Australian Open in Melbourne. Here she is serving the ball. ( Supplied: Tennis Australia)
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01/16/2017 at 12:00. Facebook
What does 'dream come true' mean?
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01/16/2017 at 05:00. Facebook
The Australian Open, a tennis tournament held annually in Melbourne, is starting today.

Here are some useful words related to this game:
'Tournament' refers a competition involving a relatively large number of competitors in a particular sport or game.
"There are four major tennis tournaments in the world and the Australian Open is one of them."

The word 'spectators' refers to people who...
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Learn English: How to describe a game like tennis

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01/15/2017 at 12:00. Facebook
'Except' and 'accept' are often confused by language learners. This video can help explain the usage of these words!

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01/15/2017 at 07:00. Facebook
We're planning more Facebook LIVE lessons and we want to hear from you: What topics do you want us to discuss in our next lesson?

ABC Open: Pete Evans
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01/15/2017 at 05:00. Facebook
Here are some great tips by people who have learnt more than one language!
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01/14/2017 at 12:00. Facebook
There are two ways to pronounce 'advocate'. Watch this video to find out more.
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01/14/2017 at 05:00. Facebook
There are many verb tenses in English – simple, perfect and continuous. Tenses are used to describe ‘past’, ‘present’ and ‘future’ actions.

This episode of Study English explains more.

Study English: Verb tenses in English

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01/13/2017 at 12:00. Facebook
Some or any?

In English, we use the words ‘some’ and ‘any’ to talk about ‘how much’ or ‘how many’ of something.

‘Some’ and ‘any’ are called determiners. They tell us something about the quantity or amount we’re discussing.

Watch this episode of Study English for more!

Study English: Some or any?

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01/13/2017 at 05:00. Facebook
Do you find that you cannot remember the English words you are learning? Or do you find that you're afraid of using English in public?

These tips will help you overcome all this and more!

Learn English: 5 simple tips to help you learn English

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