How To Say “I Love You” In American English – American Pronunciation Lesson

“I love you”! This can be said in so many ways in American English and this video teaches the many ways, plus a lesson on American pronunciation and intonation.

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You can go basic or intermediate English to fluent English by studying with a native English speaker. These videos will help you learn how to understand native English speakers, learn American English and learn to speak English fluently. These videos teach you English you need to know that is not always taught in English classes in high school or at university.

You can see a transcript of this video by clicking on the CC/Subtitles button on the video and see the written transcript in this description.

VIDEO TRANSCRIPT

“I love you!” “I really love you!” “I’m totally in love with you!” “I’ve fallen in love with you!” “I love you so much!” “I love you from the bottom of my heart!” “I could not be more in love with you!” “I’m nuts about you!” “I’m crazy about you!” “I’m stoned on you!” “I will love you forever!” These are many ways in English to say “I love you” and one of the fun things about English is there are so many different ways to say “I love you”! Was that a list of words saying “I love you” or was that the content of the last 100 pop songs? Kind of the same! But you see the theme of love is so common in English, whether it is romantic love or love for chocolate or love for wine or whatever it might be. But if you can master some of these different love words and emphasize the “love” in the sentence then you will have a lot more English and you can use it both for your relationships with people and things that you love like your hobby. Mine is playing guitar so I thought this song ‘I will always love you. I will always love … ” doing videos for you. So please subscribe and can follow this series I’m doing all about American English, American pronunciation, American intonation and, of course, the odd guitar song, because that is what I also love to do. Thanks for watching! You can see the transcript below and please subscribe. I love you, man! I love you! I’m in love with you! I love you! Don’t run away! I love you!

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American Pronunciation For Vietnamese – How To Pronounce American English

This is a lesson for Vietnamese speakers on how to correctly pronounce difficult words such as “look” and “friend” and “visit”. In addition, the small difference between country names and the name for the people who live there. The video gives examples of how Americans are from America and how to correctly speak about people from other countries.

I have travelled in Vietnam twice, and have explored Vietnam from the Ha Long Bay to Ho Chi Minh City and I spent a week teaching English as a volunteer. While in Vietnam, I noticed some small errors that native Vietnamese speakers make in English. This video series will help native Vietnamese speakers learn to speak fluent English.

I have published a book on the top English language mistakes that native Asian language speakers make. The book will help you improve your English fluency for work, school or for tests such as the IELTS, TOEFL or SAT.

This book and my other English speaking skills books are published on Amazon and you can see the entire English as a Second Language series on my Amazon Author Page at https://goo.gl/DwDd8I

My FREE English Fluency Course has hundreds of tips on how to learn the English you will really use and you can get the free course by visiting my website: https://goo.gl/2Gw2JO

You can go basic or intermediate English to fluent English by studying with a native English speaker. These videos will help you learn how to understand native English speakers, learn American English and learn to speak English fluently. These videos teach you English you need to know that is not always taught in English classes in high school or at university.

American Idioms: Hit The Ball Out Of The Park

American English has dozens of idioms from the game of baseball. These idioms are common in English, and especially business English. I heard these idioms dozens of time while working and so I have written several blog posts about these very American English idioms. Business English uses many sports idioms because they express ideas about competition, winning and losing.

IDIOM

(hit the ball out of the) park

To accomplish something notable or great.

Our sales team landed a contract to sell our software system to both the U.S. company and all its international subsidiaries, so they really hit the ball out of the park with multiple sales to the same company with the potential for more sales in the future.

American English has dozens of idioms from baseball
American English has dozens of idioms from baseball

Origin

In American baseball, a hitter can hit the ball with such force that it travels outside of the baseball park. In this case, the hitter can run around the bases and score a run (points) for the team. If there are players from the same team already on the bases, they all can return to home plate to score runs (points) for the team. Thus, to hit the ball out of the park can be a big accomplishment for a team.

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