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PATRICIA ANGHELESCU - series host

Make GE your best friend, and you will: [1] IMPROVE THE CLARITY OF YOUR PHONICS, [2] ENHANCE THE GRAMMAR OF YOUR SPOKEN ENGLISH, [3] MASTER THE PARTS OF SPEECH, and [4] BOOST YOUR WRITING SKILLS.
EPISODES [LESSONS]
To see the start and units interface of each DVD, slide to the right, using the the slidebar below.
SYNOPSIS & SUBJECT ENTRIES THE SUBJECT OF ENGLISH PRODUCTION SPECIFICS

NOTE: DVDs 1, 2, 3, 5 teach patterns related to phonics, which might lead learners to assume this will be a step-by-step introduction to English. Not so. Soon the series delves into parts of speech, moods and tenses, sentence construction, and more. Each DVD can be played as one unit (beginning to end), or as separate units from a menu that is programmed on each DVD, a programming feature that enables learners to study at their own pace.
ENGLISH IS EASY TO LEARN - simple alphabet, no special symbols like in French, German, Russian, Greek or other languages. Easy plurals - beside a few exceptions, we simply add an "s" to a noun to make its plural: one student, two students. Most of the words are short. We often shorten the long words, or some group of words: refrigerator - fridge, operating system - OS. In other languages, one word has many forms. The words don't really change in English, because English doesn't depend on inflections, which are changes in the form of word number, case, person, tense, or gender. If we were to change the word number, case, person, tense, and gender, that would have made English very difficult to learn.