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‘Wear’, ‘put on’ and ‘dress’ – Learners’ Questions

‘Wear’, ‘put on’ and ‘dress’ – Learners’ Questions

Hi guys! Dan from BBC Learning English here with this week’s Learner Question. Find out what it is after this. OK! This week’s Learner Question comes from Tugba from Turkey, who writes: “Hello, I would like to know the difference between wear, put on and dress.” It’s a good question, Tugba, and three very confusing […]

Speaking English – “Dress up” or “Get dressed”?

Speaking English – “Dress up” or “Get dressed”?

Hey guys. I’m Alex. Thanks for clicking, and welcome to this lesson on: “Dress up” or: “Get dressed?” So these are two very common expressions that we use regularly in English to talk about putting on clothes. However, there is a slight difference in the usage, and we’re going to look at that today. So […]

Weekly Cantonese Words with Olivia – Clothing Actions

Weekly Cantonese Words with Olivia – Clothing Actions

Hi! Hiiii! I’m Olivia. I’m Olivia! Welcome to Cantonese Weekly Words! And we’re shooting in Hong Kong today, and it’s still raining. Let’s see what’s the theme for this week. This week we will talk about Clothing Actions. 著 (zoek3) is “to put on (clothing)” 今日好凍,記得著多件衫呀。 (gam1 jat6 hou2 dung3, gei3 dak1 zoek3 do1 gin6 […]

Weekly German Words with Alisa – Clothing Actions

Weekly German Words with Alisa – Clothing Actions

Hello, welcome to weekly words, my name is Alisa and this week’s topic, clothing actions. That’s interesting. I am excited what the first word is [abstimmen] – “to go with”. Ask girls watching or you, we all know it’s a mess in the morning. I mean my room just looks like all over the place […]

Weekly Russian Words with Katya – Clothing Actions

Weekly Russian Words with Katya – Clothing Actions

Hi there, welcome to Russian weekly words. Learn wherever you can with me Katya or let’s say Katyusha. Call me Katyusha okay. Are you in a good mood for some Russian? I can hear yes. Today’s topic is “clothing actions”. Let’s put in clothes together. So number 1 is [надевать – nadevat`] – “put on”, […]

Weekly Italian Words with Ilaria – Clothes

Weekly Italian Words with Ilaria – Clothes

ciao tutti welcome to Italian weekly words this is ilaria and today’s theme is clothes my own a sweater my own a birthday for you my own appear in Moraga so an Italian next Christmas I would like to need a sweater for my boyfriend Caputo coat Caputo again is a word for winter coat […]

Weekly English Words with Alisha – Clothes Idioms

Weekly English Words with Alisha – Clothes Idioms

Hi everybody. Welcome back to Weekly Words. My name is Alisha, and today we’re going to talk about clothes idioms. Okay, let’s get started. ‘Beat the pants off someone’. To beat someone severely, or to win against someone easily in a race or a game. If you do much better than somebody else in some […]