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Here are the numbers, from 1 to 10 (there's also 100, 1000 and 0)
Ray Charles and other celebrities sing the alphabet song for you in "Sesame Street". Practise singing along.
Learn how to ask names and how to spell them. The second part of the video repeats the first part but adding subtitles. On this video you will often here the question "Could you spell it?". This question is the same as "Can you spell it?" but more polite. Also, notice that in English very often we get this rule: D+Y= /dʒ/, so "could you" usually sounds like "koojoo". On the video list below you'll find more videos practising this lesson. Go and listen to the question WHAT'S YOUR NAME? in the real world. Pay attention and see if you can hear the question. Notice that most of the times we just say "what your name", and we mix the T and the Y into a "ch" sound: T+Y= /tʃ/ whaT + Your = "wacha"   Real English® is a Registered Trademark of The Marzio School. © The Marzio School 1994 - 2014.
Sean Connery is James Bond.
Barack Obama was elected president of the United States, but before the election, not many people knew how to spell it right. Listen to this video and see how people struggle to spell it.
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Total videos: 8


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