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The American School Of English, International

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Is vs Are
Subject Verb Agreement
Today, we’re going to learn a little about subject-verb agreement
Subject-Verb Agreement
agreement (noun):
in language, the form of one word being decided by the form of another word. Also known as "concord"
In a sentence, the verb must agree in number with the s...

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must vs. have to
Understanding culture is key to understanding a language.
Both must and have to express obligation or necessity, but there are some small differences:
Especially, true, also, is that most native English speakers use have to over must because of the cultural understanding of the d...

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Today, we’ll be focusing on the word… Challenge
English, unlike Japanese, when borrowing a word from the Japanese language tends to keep the original meaning of the word being borrowed.
E.g., typhoon, kimono, tycoon
The meanings of those words don’t change, at all…
However, the opposite isn’t tru...

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#lake #sunrise #trees #water Relaxing Ambience
A video made for just about any early morning occasion!
Whether it's getting a bit of breakfast, getting ready for work, or riding the train. This 30-minute video will set you up for your work day, workout, or relaxing time. Gear up, and get ready a...

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#grapheme #ougrapheme #phonics
The“OU” Grapheme
The 10 Different Pronunciations of “ou”
Today, we’re gonna, not only take a look at but learn …
What makes learning English so hard
And, this is only one aspect of what makes learning English so hard…
Inconsistency will be our keyword for this lesso...

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ESL Language School

なぜボットアップ方法?
最初に基本的な要素を学ばなければ、いかなる言語も学ぶことはできません。
それが学習へのボトムアップアプローチです。
英語は不規則な言語なので、読み書きの両方を習得することは、他の言語の2倍困難なのです。
あなたは英語のフレーズや一般的な内容を学ぶことができます。(トップダウンアプローチ)
しかし基本的な要素を学ばなければ、上達はできないでしょう。フォニックスの基本アプローチこれらのアプローチは、読み手が音声情報のきちんとした基盤を構築した時、読みの「ボトムアップ」セオリーに反映しています。
言語は、文字(子音、母音)、二重音字、ブレンド、音節、単語、文、段落などの構成要素に分類されます。
勉強する際は、テキストを読む前にまず音声要素を勉強する必要があります。

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プラザビル, 103
192 Nakazoshichō
Kashihara, Nara 634-0845
Japan

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Mon:5:00 – 9:00 PM
Tue:5:00 – 9:00 PM
Wed:Closed
Thu:Closed
Fri:10:00 AM – 9:00 PM
Sat:10:00 AM – 9:00 PM
Sun:Closed
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