Fashionable? Fashionably? We teach you adjectives and adverbs.
Published 04/22/24
Published 04/22/24
Finn and Alice look at a very important part of word building – suffixes. FIND BBC LEARNING ENGLISH HERE: Visit our website ✔️ https://www.bbc.co.uk/learningenglish Follow us ✔️ https://www.bbc.co.uk/learningenglish/followus LIKE PODCASTS? Try some of our other popular podcasts including: ✔️ 6 Minute English ✔️ 6 Minute Grammar ✔️ News Review They're all available by searching in your podcast app.
Published 04/15/24
Learn how to cope if you are studying at an English-speaking university.
Published 04/01/24
We learn phrases from Shakespeare that are still used today.
Published 03/25/24
Some irregular verbs can be grouped into patterns to help remember the different forms.
Published 03/18/24
What does the word Hoover have in common with the word Google?
Published 03/11/24
We discuss a group of adjectives that are made from the names of famous people.
Published 03/04/24
How many stars are there in the universe? Learn how to say big numbers in English.
Published 02/26/24
Have we got your attention? Listen and learn how to use suffixes -tian, -sion and -tion.
Published 02/19/24
Learn about words that have the same or similar meanings
Published 02/12/24
Do you know your ouch! from your ugh!? These words are called interjections.
Published 02/05/24
Weird or wierd? English spelling is fascinating – but it's not always straightforward!
Published 01/29/24
Listen to Angela talk about her lucky shark escape and learn some linking words.
Published 01/09/24
Are you unsure whether it’s disc or disk, sympathise or sympathize, learnt or learned?
Published 01/01/24
Listen to Peter and Catherine talking about acronyms like NASA and FIFA in this podcast.
Published 12/25/23
Finn and Catherine discuss antonyms in 6 minute Vocabulary.
Published 12/19/23
Listen to Neil and Catherine talk about words with the suffixes -ness and -ity.
Published 12/11/23
fortunately, obviously, seriously, ideally.
Published 12/05/23
ExciteMENT, performANCE, differENCE - how suffixes turn verbs and adjectives into nouns.
Published 11/27/23
Learn how to use these very useful pronouns with 'some' and 'any'.
Published 11/20/23
Choose, chose, chosen... We talk about verbs that don't follow the -ed pattern.
Published 11/13/23
Learn about verbs that we use when we talk about what someone else has said.
Published 11/07/23
Embarrassed - or pregnant? Words you think you know but mean something else in English.
Published 10/30/23
Cough, thought, enough, although: Learn how to pronounce words with 'ough'.
Published 10/23/23