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“You will find a lot of information about the English language on this site.”


Let’s Learn English is a course for English learners. Certified American English teachers designed the course for beginners. There are 52 lessons. Every fifth lesson, there is a review of the previous lessons.

Each week, there is a new lesson with video showing the lives of young Americans. The lesson includes instruction in speaking, vocabulary and writing.


Sachin: Hi! Are you Hardik?

Hardik: Yes! Hi there! Are you Sachin?

Sachin: I am Sachin

Hardik: Nice to meet you

Hardik: Let’s try that again. I’m Hardik

Sachin: I’m Sachin. “Hardik” Is that A-N-A?

Hardik: No. A-N-N-A

Sachin: Well, Hardik with two “n’s” … Welcome to … 1400 Irving Street!

Hardik: My new apartment! Yes!


Get More out of Listening


When most students listen to a native English-speaker, they focus on understanding what all the words mean.

This is definitely important, but there is a lot more you can learn from listening.

Try listening not just to what the words mean, but to how the person says them.

Notice which words the person links together in a sentence, or when they say “ya” instead of “you.” Try to remember these details the next time you speak and your English will begin to sound more natural.


Learning basic English – help and support


If the lesson seems to hard or you are struggling please contact us or use the forum to post a message we will help you as much as we can.

Use the online English dictionary to help with any words that you don’t understand.

If you are struggling with an English lesson take a break and try again later.


 What do you do?


Most adults ask each other this question when they meet. It means what do you do for a living (what is your job).

I think this question is boring, so I ask other questions. But many people will probably ask you this, so it’s important to know what it means.

A: What do you do, Cathleen?
B: I work at the university as a financial specialist.


Possessive Pronouns – mine, yours, his, hers, its, ours, yours, theirs


Show that something belongs to someone. That house is mine.

  • This is yours.

  • I’m sorry, that’s his.

  • Those books are hers.

  • Those students are ours.

  • Look over there, those seats are yours.

  • Theirs will be green.

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