English with Lucy is a channel where you get to learn British English. With the majority of people speaking a mix of American and British English, it is necessary to understand the difference between the two to be able to speak and write the right English. You might have also noticed that auto-correct in MS-Word, emails, or WhatsApp underlines some of the correct spellings, and then you blindly accept the suggestion without knowing that you were not wrong, it’s just your phone suggesting you spellings in American or British English, according to your phone’s language settings.
On this channel, since the focus is only British English, there won’t be any confusion henceforth. Most of us make mistakes without knowing we are making one because we think the language is evolving. At times, it is. Most of the time, it is not. It’s just cocktail English.
And yes, you can also learn pronunciations here. The video that I liked which then made me check out this channel was: ONE language, THREE accents – UK vs. USA vs. AUS English!
You don’t just learn English here but also understand the variation of language. That, I think, is the channel’s USP. Before you decide to learn English from Lucy Bella Earl by subscribing to her channel, here are some of the videos that will tell you more about the type of content that goes up on the channel:
- Learn 15 Phrasal Verbs with ‘GET’ in context
- 25 Smart Sentences for Daily Use in English Conversation | Improve English Conversation Skills
- 5 “Grammar Rules” (myths) your teachers HAVE BEEN LYING about!
- How to write a perfect cover letter in English
- 5 things native English speakers NEVER say!
Whether you are a student trying to polish your language or an editor trying to master British English by understanding the DOs and DON’Ts of Grammar, this channel is for every individual who is interested in learning the language.
Go check out the channel now and if you like it, don’t forget to tell me in the comments section below.
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