Please listen and download British Accent Podcast 2: Colours in English
Surely one of the best British idioms? Many of us really do use it.
Visual by Learn British English:
Please listen to the first in my new series of free British English accent podcasts!
You are welcome to listen to it on this site or on Soundcloud, or download by clicking “Download”:
Free British Accent Training Lessons Online
To learn English with free British accent training lessons, please watch the introductory video below, watch the 100+ other lessons on my Youtube channel and subscribe for new ones.
Please follow here to learn English from a very polite British chap:
In this lesson, I read my selected extracts from “The Prophet” by Kahlil Gibran. Please enable “English – Chris” captions to read along with me:
Read “The Prophet” by Kahlil Gibran Free Online
Tomorrow, I will post a new video which will be a reading of extended extracts from “The Prophet” by Kahlil Gibran. I hope this will be interesting for everyone.
If you want to read the book for yourself, you can do so free online. Please click on the link below:
Learn British English: Doctor Who’s 50th Anniversary
Do you watch “Doctor Who”?
The British television programme celebrates its 50th anniversary this weekend.
Broadcast by the BBC, it is popular in the UK and other countries around the world.
The story centres on the Doctor – someone who can travel through time and space as he wishes using his “Tardis”, which is in the form of an old British police box.
The Doctor regenerates every time he dies in a new form, meaning that the adventures continue and different actors have played the part over the years.
Doctor Who, with the aid of his assistant, travels across space and time having adventures and fighting various aliens.
The special episode airs at 1950 GMT tonight and will be broadcast in many countries around the world at the same time, probably in yours!
This is the list of BBC programmes shown over these two weeks as part of the celebration:
Please watch my free video explanation of popular puzzle “Twenty-One Reasons why English is Hard to Learn”. Please enable “English – Chris” captions to read selected dialogue starting around 2:00. You can see the original visual at this webpage: