Iklan kat astro dh bayak kali tengok
tapi tak pernah tengok rancangan ni
Yela tayangannya hari Ahad pukul 10.00 pagi..
Office hours...cane nk tgk..semalam baru tahu rupanya ada ulangan.
semalam entah macam mana tertekan chanel 610 TVIQ zappp keluar rancangan ni
ingat xde siaran ulangan.
sesuwei untuk akak yang xberapa nak fasih speaking london ni
Rancangan ni merupakan sebuah sitkom yang sangatlah santai berbentuk pelajaran khusus untuk membaiki kesalahan grammar ketika kita
yang paling best teacher yang ajar budak2 ni Henry Middleton.
saper lagi kalau bukan Mat Saleh ni. Sangat penyabar ketika mengajar...
Patutla SPM aritu kita xdapat cemerlang sebab sir kita xhemsem macam ni
Kalaula yang ajar kita dulu muka sejibik macam ni..comfom sekarang dah bleh speaking cair meleleh...Hahha..kan dah salahkan cekgu...
Selain itu dekat laman web astro juga ada ruangan Tanyalah Henry.
Di ruangan ini kita boleh tanya pelbagai soalan tentang Bahasa Inggeris kepada Henry ni.
Antara soalan-soalan yang ditanya:
Hantar soalan anda di sini!
Although the first letter of 'university' is a vowel, it is pronounced like 'you', so the first is a consonant sound ('y') and not a vowel . We only use 'an' before vowel , for example: 'a' as in 'apple'; 'e' as in 'elephant'; 'i' as in 'ink'; 'o' as in 'orange'; and 'u' as in 'umbrella'. Another tricky word is 'hour' - we don't pronounce the 'h', so the word begins with a vowel sound and we must say 'an hour', not 'a hour'
The best way is to try to spell the words as you think they should be spelt and then check your spellings in a dictionary (either a book or online). If you still can't find the spelling, look up a word with the same meaning in a thesaurus (again, a book or online) and find the word that way. Reading English books, magazines, comics etc. is also a good way to learn spelling. After you have seen the same word 8-10 times, your brain begins to remember the spelling
You do not need to use 'please' twice, so you can say, "Please teacher. May I go to the toilet?" or, "Teacher. May I go to the toilet please?" You're nearly right in your reply! You should say, "You can go there." or just "You can go."
"We use the past perfect tense to talk about something that happened before something else in the past, for example, "I my homework, so I played computer games." You use the present perfect tense to talk about something that was in the past but is still important now, for example, "I my homework. May I play football?" You also use the present perfect to talk about the past not saying when something happened, for example, "I Kuala Lumpur." We use the future perfect to talk about something that will be finished at some point in the future, for example, "By the end of today, you a lot about English."
The correct idiom is 'once in a blue moon', and means, as you say, 'very rarely' (a blue moon is a beautiful natural event which happens very rarely, which is where the expression comes from). An example sentence is, "I eat junk food once in a blue moon." Meaning, "I very rarely junk food."
Jangan lupa tengok rancangan ni..Sangat best ok..
Saya tak tipu tipu..