Tag: studyenglish

Arsenio’s ESL Podcast: Additional Relative Clauses Exercise

Hello, everyone! As promised, here’s the second installment of the podcast/blog I did WAYYYY earlier today. I wanted to go more in-depth with clauses because I know a few of you may have not understood. Extreme ironing is an unusual sport which was invented…

Arsenio’s ESL Podcast: Weekend Special – IELTS – Speaking Part I

We’ve got IELTS speaking back! Since these were some great podcasts/blogs, I decided to bring them back on weekends that I don’t have a special. Super excited about going over some of these questions and giving you a couple sentences that follow, but it’s…

Arsenio’s ESL Podcast: Season 3 – Episode 43 – Vocabulary – Collocations with Get

We’re going over get collocations today! Lots of words are paired with “get,” and here are some of them. Get angry Get in trouble Get behind you Get started Get good grades Get help Get the message Get upset Get in shape Get wet Complete…

Arsenio’s ESL Podcast: Season 3 – Episode 34 – Grammar – Making Contrasts

Welcome back, everyone! Time to do some more contrasts! For those of you who didn’t tune into my IELTS writing a few weeks ago, I’m going over it again in general English form.  Less and fewer are comparatives.  They are the opposite of more. …

Arsenio’s ESL Podcast: Season 3 – Episode 33 – Pronunciation – Suffixes with I

Welcome back, everyone! Here are some suffixed with -i. It’s been a while since uploading, but i took three days off to see what was and wasn’t working. So, here I am again Here are some suffixes beginning with -i ion, -tion, sion location…

Arsenio’s ESL Podcast: Season 3 – Episode 12 – Vocabulary – Synonyms and Partial Synonyms

Welcome back! Here’s another one of those head-scratching lessons that can confuse people.  You have synonyms, and partial synonyms. Let’s look at some of these words down below and see if we can match some of the synonyms with their partials. List Bright, cheerful,…

Arsenio’s ESL Podcast: Season 3 – Episode 10 – Pronunciation Skill – Linking the Past Tense verb to the Next Word

Here’s a great pronunciation practice to kickstart your wonderful week!  Listen to my podcast down below and enunciate the sentences with me — using the intonation (rise and fall) and listening closely to the past tense verbs.   Jake didn’t major in dental; he…

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