FE pod ep 0176 – Verbs with prepositions ‘about’ and ‘of’

In this episode I talk about verbs combined with prepositions ‘about’ and ‘of’. I start by giving examples of combinations with the verbs ‘hear’, ‘think’, ‘dream’, ‘complain’ and ‘remind’, and I also briefly discuss the contexts and meanings in the examples.

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FE pod ep 0130 – Different ways to use ‘rather’

In this episode I talk about different ways to use the word ‘rather’. I briefly discuss the different meanings of ‘rather’ and the different structures that go with it. Then I give examples and make comments on the different structures and meanings.

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FE pod ep 0107 – Collocations with the adjectives ‘cheap’ and ‘expensive’

In this episode I talk about collocations with the adjectives ‘cheap’ and ‘expensive’. I start by briefly discussing the importance of collocations. Then, I give examples of collocations with the two adjectives and discuss their meaning.

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FE pod ep 0095 – How to use the verb ‘wish’

In this episode I talk about how to use ‘wish’ with different structures. I start by discussing the meaning of ‘wish’ and then I move on to talk about the different structures that can be used with it and I give a few examples for each different structure.

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FE pod ep 0092 – Phrasal verbs with the verb ‘break’

In this episode I discuss the meaning of three phrasal verbs with the verb ‘break’. I basically read out their meanings and give one or two examples for each meaning. I use the Oxford Phrasal Verbs Dictionary in this episode.

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FE pod ep 0088 – The phrasal verb ‘get away’

In this episode I discuss the meaning of the phrasal verb ‘get away’. I basically read out its different meanings and give one or two examples for each meaning. I use the Oxford Phrasal Verbs Dictionary in this episode.

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FE pod ep 0087 – Three phrasal verbs with the verb ‘pass’

In this episode I discuss the meaning of three phrasal verbs with the verb ‘pass’. I basically read out their meanings and give one or two examples for each meaning. I use the Oxford Phrasal Verbs Dictionary in this episode.

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FE pod ep 0083 – Three phrasal verbs with the verb ‘put’

In this episode I discuss the meaning of three phrasal verbs with the verb ‘put’. I basically read out their meanings and give one or two examples for each meaning. I use the Oxford Phrasal Verbs Dictionary in this episode.

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FE pod ep 0082 – Three phrasal verbs with the verb ‘go’

In this episode I discuss the meaning of three phrasal verbs with the verb ‘go’. I basically read out their meanings and give one or two examples for each meaning. I use the Oxford Phrasal Verbs Dictionary in this episode.

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FE pod ep 0081 – How to use auxiliary verbs to avoid repetition

In this episode I talk about how to use auxiliary verbs to avoid repetition. I start by talking about the auxiliary verbs that are used for this purpose and then I move on to give a few examples of how you can do that.

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