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Teach Children How to Hold a Pencil Correctly Tutorial

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Parenting Hack: Teach Your Kids to Say R Correctly

Do you struggle to get your kids to say the letter R correctly? All but one of our kids has had to learn how to say R so it dosen't come out sounding like a W. With the twins struggling to learn to pronounce their letters even more than our other kids, we decided to try new ways to help them understand how to do them. Finally, we found something that worked and they can now correctly pronounce their letters! They still need to practice but we at least know they can do it! Hope this short video helps you as it helped us! Thanks for watching! Don't forget to give us a THUMBS UP!
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English Grammar lesson - Using Conjunctions correctly in sentences ( free English Lessons)

English Grammar lesson - Using conjunctions correctly in sentences
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In this English Grammar lesson you will learn how to use conjunctions correctly in a sentence. A conjunction is a word used to connect clauses or sentences or to coordinate words in the same clause.

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1. And: adds one thing to another or used for similar ideas.
Example: Jane came to my party. Samara came to my party.
Jane and Samara came to my party.

2. But: is used to show contrast. So, if we talk about two things, people or ideas that are contrasting each other, we use ‘but’.
Example: Mrs. Smith is strict. Mrs. Smith is kind.
Mrs. Smith is strict but kind. (strict and kind are contrasting qualities)

3. So: indicates effect, result or consequence. It also expresses ‘purpose’ in a sentence.
For example: Write down the address, so we don’t forget it.

4. Or: presents an alternative or a choice.
Example: Do you want pasta or rice?

5. Because/since/as: are used to give reasons. They can be used interchangeably.
Example: I sat down because/since/as I was tired.

6. After/before/when: are all time related conjunctions.
Example: I’ll email you after I receive the update. (after shows the sequence where one action id followed by the other)
Example: I’ll email you before I receive the update. (before shows one action happens prior to the other or precedes the other)
Example: I’ll email you when I receive the update.
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Using I, me, my, mine, and myself correctly – English Grammar Lesson

Using I, me, my, mine, and myself correctly – English Grammar Lesson. Take the quiz -

If you’re confused by the words I, me, my, mine, and myself, you’re not alone! In this lesson, you will learn the difference between them and when to use the right one.

I and ME

I is the subject – the person who does the action in the sentence. Only use “I” when you are referring to yourself in the subject of the sentence. In other words, you are the one taking action.
I gave John the book.
Me is the object – the person who receives the action in the sentence. The pronoun “me” should be used when someone else will perform the action to, or for, you.
John gave me the book.
OR: John gave the book to me.
When there are more than one subject or object people do get a little confused , so we will see how to use it correctly

John and I saw Jane at the party.
John = subject
I = subject
Jane= object
The teacher called Jim and me.
The teacher = subject
Jim = object
me = object

MY and MINE

Use my before the word, and use mine after the word.
Remember my is always followed by noun where as mine replaces the noun.
John is my friend.
John is a friend of mine.
Those are my glasses.
Those glasses are mine.

MYSELF

The pronoun “myself” should only be used when you are performing the action on yourself. No one else can do anything to yourself.
The word myself is used in two cases:
When you do something to yourself
Eg) I accidentally cut myself with the knife.
For emphasis - when you want to emphasize the “I”
Eg) I baked this cake myself!

BY MYSELF

The expression by myself means alone:
I went out to dinner by myself.

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How to use - 'do and does' correctly (Grammar for kids) - English

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How to Use Chopsticks - How to Hold Chopsticks Correctly

How to Use Chopsticks - In this video I show you how to hold chopsticks correctly using your right hand.

Many people hold chopsticks in a variety of ways but this is technically the correct way to use chopsticks properly and the best way to learn how to use chopsticks for beginners. The style of chopstick can vary a little, be it Chinese chopsticks, Japanese chopsticks or Korean chopsticks but the technique for holding chopsticks is the same. Sometimes called Chinese sticks or Chinese food sticks learn how use Chinese sticks easy.

As well as showing you how to use chopsticks correctly in this step by step chopsticks tutorial I also show you how to practice and get the repetition and teach you how to eat with chopsticks too. Once you learn how to use chopsticks properly then its just practice and you will be able to eat with chopsticks in no time.


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Teach Siri to pronounce names correctly on your iPhone

Asking Siri to text or call contacts is pretty convenient, but some names can be hard for the virtual assistant to understand and pronounce. In this video we show you how to manually fix pronunciation problems.

Grammar: How to ask questions correctly in English - Embedded Questions

Could you tell me where he went? Could you tell me where did he go? Which question is right? Find the answer in this important grammar lesson on embedded questions in the present and past tense. You'll be speaking more politely and correctly by the end of the lesson!

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Hi. My name is Rebecca, and in today's lesson, I'm going to teach you about embedded questions in the present simple tense and in the past simple tense, okay?

So what is an embedded question? An embedded question is a question that is hidden inside another question or inside a sentence. And what happens is that when you have an embedded question, you have to change the word order back to that of a sentence rather than that of a question. And that's what makes it a little bit confusing or quite confusing for many students because you've learned that when you have a question, you change the order. But in an embedded question like the ones I'm about the show you, you have to change the order back more or less to a regular sentence order. So let's look at some examples. You'll understand better, okay?

All right, so let's take this present simple question. Where does he live? Right? Where does he live? Well, that is correct the way it is. But if you add before that one of these expressions like can you tell me, do you know, could you tell me, would you know, would you happen to know -- if you add one of these types of questions before the question, then you're going to have to change something here. So let's look at this one, and let's look at the embedded question version.

Where does he live, or Can you tell me where he lives? Right? You see what happened? We lost that word does, and we came back to he lives with an S, right? It was like it would be if it was a sentence. So Do you know where he lives? Okay? Could you tell me where he lives? Would you know where he lives? Would you mind telling me where he lives? Okay? Something like that. The mistake that's made is that students sometimes say, Can you tell me where does he live? Right? So they take the question from up here, and they leave it the same even with the tag. But you can't do that. You need to change it.

Let's look now at a past simple question, okay? A question in the past simple tense might be, Where did he work? Right? So you have to use the word did in that question. But in an embedded question in the past simple tense, it would sound like this, Could you tell me where he worked? Right? Could you tell me where he worked? Not where did he work; not, Could you tell me where did he work; but, Could you tell me where he worked? Just as where you're saying the sentence. Okay?

Let's look at a few more examples. Now this also applies not only when you have these kinds of questions -- expressions before, but also with certain kinds of sentences like, I know where he lives, or I don't know where he lives, or I don't remember where he worked Okay? So even in certain kinds of sentences, when you have that embedded question, you change the order into something like this, okay? All right.

Let me give you a few examples, and then you can hopefully understand a little better. So if you said -- if you take the regular question, How do birds fly? Right? How do birds fly? Well, if you wanted to change that into an embedded question, you'd say, Do you know how birds fly? Okay? Do you know how birds fly?

Next one, When does the concert begin? Right? Regular question, When does the concert begin? When does the concert begin becomes, Could you tell me when the concert begins? Okay? So that's an embedded question.

Next one, Why did they miss class today? Right? That's in the past tense, past simple. Why did they miss class today? Could you tell me why they missed class today? Right? Here we have the embedded version.

Last one, What time did you finish work? Could you tell me what time you finished work? Okay?

I know it takes some getting used to. It's a little bit confusing, so if you'd like to have some more practice, please go to our website, There, you'll find a quiz on this and many other topics in English, and you can practice this. It is an important point because if you make that mistake of saying this question with the embedded question, then it's really completely wrong. So practice this a lot, and I'm sure you'll get it. Okay? All the best with your English.

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Articles (a, an, the) - Lesson 1 - 7 Rules For Using Articles Correctly - English Grammar

In this lesson, learn the 7 rules for using articles in English correctly. Also see - MOST COMMON MISTAKES IN ENGLISH & HOW TO AVOID THEM:

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Hello and welcome. In this
lesson, I will teach you the
seven rules that you need to
know for using articles in
English correctly. Articles are
the words ‘a’, ‘an’, and ‘the’.
There is a final quiz at the
end of the lesson for you to
test your understanding.
OK, the first rule is about
where to use ‘a’ and where to
use ‘an’. So rule number one is
use ‘a’ before a consonant
sound, and ‘an’ before a vowel
sound.
So in all of these words – you
see that they start with a
consonant sound. Cat starts
with /k/, dog
starts with /d/, boy with /b/,
girl with /g/, house with /h/
and tree with /t/.
So we say ‘a cat’, ‘a dog’, ‘a
boy’, ‘a girl’, ‘a house’, ‘a
tree’ etc. Notice that in
natural speech, we don’t say
‘a’, we say ‘uh’ – like ‘a
cat’.
In this next set of words, you
see that, they all start with a
vowel sound – apple starts with
/ae/, engineer starts with /e/,
ice-cream with /ai/, old with
/o/, umbrella with /uh/.
So we say ‘an apple’, ‘an
engineer’, ‘an ice-cream cone’,
‘an old womman’, ‘an umbrella’
and so on. In speech, we don’t
say ‘an’, we say /ən/.
Let’s do a small exercise. You
see ten items on the screen.
For each one, I want you to say
if you would use ‘a’ or ‘an’
before it. Stop the video,
think about it, then play the
video again and check.
OK here are the answers. Did
you get them all right? I want
to focus on items number seven
to ten because these are a
little tricky. Number seven is
‘a university’ because even
though ‘university’ starts with
the letter ‘u’ the first sound
of the word is not a vowel
sound. We don’t say
/ooniversity/. We say /yoo-nə-
vər-si-ty/ so that first sound
is a /y/ sound, which a
consonant sound, so we say ‘a
university.’
Number eight is similar. The
word ‘European’ starts with a
/y/ sound, so ‘a European
tour.’
In number nine, the spelling
has an ‘h’ at the start but
that ‘h’ is silent. We don’t
say /hau-ər/, we say /au-ər/.
The first sound is an /au/
sound which is a vowel sound,
so this is ‘an hour’. In the
same way, in number ten, we say
MA. ‘M’ starts with an /e/
sound which is again a vowel
sound, so ‘an MA in English’.
OK let’s move on to rule number
two: Use ‘a’ and ‘an’ ONLY with
singular, countable nouns.
We say that a noun is countable
if we can count it – one, two,
three, four etc.
All of these words on the
screen are countable. We can
say one elephant, three cars,
ten teachers, five hundred
onions and so on. Now if you
talk about one person or thing,
like one elephant or one
car, then that’s called a
singular noun and if you say
ten teachers or five hundred
onions, those are called plural
nouns.
Uncountable nouns cannot be
counted in this way. Nouns like
water, sugar, milk, love,
anger, knowledge are some
examples. If you think about
it, you cannot say “I drank
four waters” or “I want eight
milks”. To a person, you can
say “I love you” but you can’t
say “I have five loves for you”
– that doesn’t make any sense.
So these are all uncountable.
Alright, so the rule is - you
can only use ‘a’ and ‘an’ if
you’re talking about one person
or one thing.
Let’s do another quick
exercise. Here are ten items
again. This time, you see ‘a’
or ‘an’ before the nouns, but
some of these are wrong. They
should NOT have ‘a’ or ‘an’
before them. Stop the video,
identify the mistakes, then
play the video again and check.
OK, here are the answers.
Number three is wrong because
‘shirts’ is a plural and you
cannot use ‘a’ or ‘an’ before a
plural noun. Number five is
wrong because ‘happiness’ is
uncountable, so again, ‘a’ or
‘an’ cannot be used there. The
same goes for number six –
water is uncountable. Number
nine is wrong because ‘doctors’
is a plural – you can say ‘a
doctor’ but not ‘a doctors’.
And finally, in number ten,
advice is an uncountable noun –
so you cannot ask for ‘an
advice’.
Now a quick note here: the
article ‘the’ can be used with
all kinds of nouns – singular
or plural countable nouns, and
uncountable nouns.
OK, so let’s now talk about how
to choose between ‘a’ or ‘an’
and ‘the’.
Here’s rule number three: Use
‘a’ or ‘an’ to talk about a
person or thing unknown to your
listener. And use ‘the’ to talk
about a person or thing known
to your listener.
For example, “My sister has two
computers: a PC and a laptop.
The PC is quite old but the
laptop is brand new.” I say ‘a
PC’ and ‘a laptop’ because
that’s the first time I’m
mentioning the two computers.
That is, until this point, they
are unknown to you, the
listener.

Learn How To Whistle With Your Fingers Correctly In One Minute

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4. Finally, blow air through the gap between your fingers, making sure that no air is coming out from the sides.

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It is recommended that we should walk about 10,000 steps (roughly 3-4 miles) a day to reap the benefits of an active life. With so many steps, it becomes counterproductive to continue with an inefficient walking pattern, which could lead to potential problems down the road. Studies have shown that low back pain, headaches, TMJ, and/or neck problems may possibly stem from poor walking mechanics. Ultimately, becoming aware of the correct walking pattern will lead you closer to a pain-free life!

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Teaching Nikki How To Correctly Fill Her Motorcycle Tank / Nikki's Adventures Ep. 8

Right before our long ride, I wanted to show her how to move her motorcycle by herself and how to correctly fill up her motorcycle gas tank. She did good!
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How to Teach Your Toddler to Hold a Pencil Correctly (SONG) | #FineMotorSkills

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