ARSENIO’S ESL PODCAST | SEASON 5 EPISODE 129 | Vocabulary | Defining Factors – Collocations

We're back with some collocations! It's been a LONG TIME since I've done a collocations podcast, so here we are! Match each collocation (1-10) to the correct example or definition (a-j). A social traitAn example of genetic inheritanceA developmental milestoneAn example of a teen's social environmentAn example of sibling rivalryAn example of parental responsibilityThe consequences... Continue Reading →

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Arsenio’s ESL Podcast: Season 4 – Episode 32 – American & British Collocations with Have

This has always been one of my favorites! Many collocations use have in British English but take different verbs in American English. Also, some are expressed simply as verbs in american English. British Have a look/guess/shower Have a think/laugh/word American Take a look/guess/shower Think (about it)/laugh/talk (to someone) Completely the questions in British English Can... Continue Reading →

Arsenio’s ESL Podcast: Season 4 – Episode 12 – Developing Vocabulary – Word Formations/Noun Suffixes

More suffixes! They never get old, do they? Let's get into this! I want you guys to decide what type of noun each of these words is and then put the suffixes in the correct column. Words: accuracy, actor, coincidence, happiness, interaction, movement, participant, personality, psychologist, researcher. Noun - abstract/concreteNoun - person-cy = accuracypsychologist. 2.... Continue Reading →

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