Tag: toeicvocabulary

TOEIC | Grammar | Incomplete Sentences | Improving Your Knowledge of Pronouns

For those of you who want the rundown right here, here are some common indefinite pronoun uses tested in the TOEIC test. Some(-one/-body/-where): used for sentences with a positive meaning. No (-one/-body/-where): used to give a negative meaning to a positive sentences. Any (-one/-body/-where): often used…

Arsenio’s ESL Podcast: Season 5 – Episode 31 – Pronunciation – Consonant Clusters

We’re onto the final round of pronunciation. Bonus material will be available on UDEMY by the end of the year. Nonetheless, let’s getting into the three main areas of consonant clusters: you’ll learn how to say them at the beginning, the end, and the…

Arsenio’s ESL Podcast: Season 5 – Episode 4 – Vocabulary – Achievements & Difficulties

Welcome back to another vocabulary! Today is the first episode of vocabulary in season 5, and we’re getting into some good stuff. Here goes some vocabulary words and other questions for you! Studying for four weeks without a break was quite a trial and…

Arsenio’s ESL Podcast: Season 4 – Episode 127 – Listening – Podcast about Internships

Today you’re going to listen to a podcast — within a podcast! You’re going to write down the answers and remember NOT to WRITE more than three words for each answer. What type of company did Amy internship in? What did she expect from…

Arsenio’s ESL Podcast: Free 10 Days of Patreon is Now Available!

Speaker 1: (00:00)Back to another ESL podcast, everyone and I am so excited, excited, excited, excited. Because what I’m doing right now for all of you, yes this is a trailer, but a lot of you do not understand the things that I’m actually…

Arsenio’s ESL Podcast: Season 4 – Episode 124 – Pronunciation – Intonation with Items in a Series

Woohoo! After two long months, I’ve brought back my pronunciation podcasts to you guys! I’m bringing to you some wonderful stuff today! MAKE SURE you tune into the podcast down below. Rhetorical Question How do you know more items are in the series? How…

Arsenio’s ESL Podcast: Season 4 – Episode 94 – Vocabulary Development – Describing Graphs (Two-Part Patreon)

Welcome back, everyone! Here’s some more IELTS language for you study-goers out there, as well as some sentences and an exercise at the bottom. I’ve gone over this in context about a month ago, but I have much more to cover. We use a…

Arsenio’s ESL Podcast: Season 4 – Episode 84 – Vocabulary Development – Cause and Effect

Cause and effect is here! Along with a lot of different reading tasks about diseases and close reading skills on my patreon. Make sure you’re tuned in over there for the additional material under the 10$ umbrella! With that being said, tune into the…

Arsenio’s ESL Podcast: Season 4 – Episode 74 – Pronunciation Skill – Syllable Stress & Meaning

Welcome back, people! It’s time to go over syllable stress and meaning! In some English words, the meaning of the word or its part of speech changes depending on which syllable is stressed. Much of the produce you see in the supermarket today was…

Arsenio’s ESL Podcast: Season 4 – Episode 72 – Grammar – Noun Clauses: Embedded Questions

Welcome back, people! It’s time to learn how to use embedded questions to ask for information and to express what you do or do not know, how to interrupt politely, and how syllable stress affects a word’s meaning. You are then going to use…