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This page lets you try Learning English without having a password. You can look at a Grammar module about Future Verb Forms. It's free.
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|LEARNING ENGLISH||BEFORE STARTING|
My name is Annabel. I'm a teacher at Learning English, living in Oxford but working some of the time in London. Before you read more, I have two important things to tell you:
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.
And, you can hold your mouse over a yellow word to hear it spoken in UK English. You do not need to click the word. Try it now. It will help you to learn if you say the words yourself. You might need to adjust the volume?
|LEARNING ENGLISH||START THE MUSIC?|
To welcome you to Learning English, I asked Max Power to conduct the Bampton Midi Chorale and the Bampton Midi Orchestra in the well-known Hallelujah Chorus from the oratorio The Messiah by the English composer George Friederich Handel. To play or pause the music, use the player.
|YOUR FREE GRAMMAR MODULE||BUILDING A LANGUAGE FOR LIFE|
The Learning English Grammar Modules explain how to use, change, and combine words to express things that have a meaning. You can try one free: Future Verb Forms. It's about activities and events in the future.
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