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An Introduction To Learning English.

Learning English is the name of this new way to learn English, the international language. Use it at any time, in any country, on any computer. You need a password and an internet connection.

LEARNING ENGLISH DO YOU HAVE A PASSWORD? YES OR NO
William De Marvell: Language Specialist

Use Your Password To Unlock All Of Learning English.

Hello. My name is William. I'm a language specialist at Learning English. I live in Oxford, England, and work, for part of the year, in Germany where I teach English to businesses.

If you have a password, you can use Learning English now. Type your password in the box, then click the blue button under the box.

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Get Your Password To Unlock All Of Learning English.

If you don't have a password, you can read more about Learning English and try one of its parts free. Use the links below the menu bar near the top of the page. Then, to get a password, use the get-a-password link.


The word read can be pronounced in two different ways:

Example Please read the instructions.   Note: Read is pronouned reed when it's about something in the present, now.
Example I read that book last week.   Note: Read is pronouned red when it's about something in the past, and finished.
Example I was reading about cats.   Note: This is also about something in the past, but is pronounced reeding, not reding.

LEARNING ENGLISH USING YOUR MOUSE
Using Your Mouse

>Interactive Multimedia.

You can hold your mouse over a green word to learn more about it in a pop-up window. You do not need to click the word. Try it now, but it might not work on a small screen.

And, you can hold your mouse over a yellow word to hear it spoken. You do not need to click the word. Try it now. If you can't hear anything, make sure that your computer's sound system is working.


The words hear and here sound the same:

Example Did you hear what I said?   Note: Said is pronouned sed. It's about something in the past, and finished.
Example I'll wait here for you.   Means: At this place.

SOUND TEST LISTEN TO SOME MUSIC

Sound Test.

To test your compter's sound system, you can play some English music. Learning English often includes music, usually played by the Bampton Midi Orchestra, to educate, entertain, and interest you. To play or pause the player, and adjust the volume, use the controls.


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