Accent Reduction Learn English Lesson #6 – Ash clouds!

This lesson is about the Iceland ash cloud. You can learn English ESL second language from a real school native English teacher. IELTS is hard, TEOIC is difficult, so study free ESL English right here. Reduce your accent and practice for exams to get good marks! Read, write, speak and talk fluent accent reduced English! Accent Reduction is hard but if you can listen carefully and practice speaking fluent accent-reduced English ESL you will learn English more effectively. School is expensive but free ESL language lesson videos are cheap! School teachers should be available for ESL training all time. Instruction is good at home, or online. Get those TOEIC exams finished! get a good mark! Study hard! Excel in English every day!

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4 Responses to Accent Reduction Learn English Lesson #6 – Ash clouds!

  1. voroslexy says:

    It helps well to learn english. thank you very very much!

  2. Angelino81 says:

    Thanks for the videos!

  3. TeacherPhilEnglish says:

    @esunsinverguenza You are welcome!

  4. esunsinverguenza says:

    thank you very much!!!

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