It’s always the same:
The same mistakes.
Again and again.
- “We’ve got more five tickets left.”
- “We work four days in a week in August.”
- “I want that my kids go to a public school.”
- “Thank you that you helped me.”
- “His parents made him to do extra classes at the weekend.”
- “It’s not so big than my city.”
But who can help us stop making these small but common mistakes?
Sinead O’Connor and Britney Spears, that’s who!
Check out this episode of the Clark and Miller English podcast where we try to answer questions like:
- What are we thinking when we use language?
- What is pattern grammar?
- How can these songs help us correct the same mistakes we’ve been making FOREVER?
And please accept my apologies: These songs will be stuck in your head for the rest of the day.
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- Podcast Episode 31 – Cooking Verbs in English
- Podcast Episode 30 – Do You Need Grammar to Understand What People Are Saying?
- Podcast Episode 29 – I’ll have a beer and a wife, please.
- Podcast Episode 28 – Talking about Comedy with Luke from Luke’s English Podcast
- Podcast Episode 27 – Why Pragmatics Gives You Superpowers – An Interview with Andreas Grundtvig
- Podcast Episode 26 – The Beatles and Your English Learning Journey
- Podcast Episode 25 – Actionable English Mindset Advice with Krisia Justesen
- Podcast Episode 24 – International Communication in English with Chia Suan Chong
- Podcast Episode 23 – Why You’re Not Free in English (and How This Can Help You)
- Podcast Episode 21 – Watch Movies and Improve Your Listening in English – An Interview with Cara Leopold
- Podcast Episode 20 – What Should I Read in English?
- Podcast Episode 19 – The Back of 2020: A New Year’s Ramble
- Podcast Episode 18 – Grammar for a Full Life – A Weird and Wonderful Interview with Professor Lawrence Weinstein
- Podcast Episode 17 – Don’t Destroy the Universe! Word Order in English
- Podcast Episode 16 – Does Business English Really Exist? An Interview with Shanthi Cumaraswamy Streat
- Podcast Episode 15 – English Articles and the Stock Market Dance
- Podcast Episode 14 – Teaching English Through Storytelling – An Interview With Ariel Goodbody
- Podcast Episode 13 – Tips From A Polyglot – Interview With Lindsay From Lindsay Does Languages
- Podcast Episode 37 – Three Hot Takes About English (And Why We Use “Some”)
- Episode 44 – The Quest for the Holy Grail of English Grammar | An Interview with Christopher Walker
- Episode 43 – Some, Any, Metal Bands and Why You’re Not Talking To Someone’s Leg
- Episode 42 – When is a Mistake a Mistake? Errors Innovations And Angloversals
- Episode 41 – ’90s Slang vs ’40s Slang | A Chat With My Dad in the Garden
- Podcast Episode 40 – 2 English teachers, 10 phrasal verbs. English with Rob Interview
- Podcast Episode 39 – The Cat and the Cornflakes – 5 English Pronunciation Hacks
- Podcast Episode 38 – Tithead! Swearing with Emma from the Procrastination Podcast
- Podcast Episode 12 – How Not to Die in an English Conversation
- Podcast Episode 36 – 10 English Proverbs
- Podcast Episode 35 – A chat with Zdenek from Zdenek’s English Podcast | DELTA, Native Speakerism & Dogme
- Podcast Episode 34 – Amy Winehouse, Britney Spears and Pattern Grammar
- Podcast Episode 33 – Reported Speech, True Love and Why Lawyers Speak Trashy English
- Podcast Episode 32 – Schrödinger’s Adjective and Three Other Pieces of Grammar Philosophy
- Podcast Episode 2 – Buffalo Buffalo
- Podcast Episode 11 – Three Things That Surprised Me About the UK
- Podcast Episode 10 – Interview with Christian from Canguro English – The paint is still wet
- Podcast Episode 9 – Enjoy Studying Again with the Self-Study Menu
- Podcast Episode 8 – Grice’s Maxims: An Interview with Ali Uygur Erol
- Podcast Episode 7 – How to Sound Smart (and Witty) in English
- Podcast Episode 6 – The English Verb
- Podcast Episode 5 – Cambridge Cambridge Cambridge
- Podcast Episode 4 – Interview with Hugh Dellar – “One phrase at a time”
- Podcast Episode 3 – What on Earth is an Ergative Verb?
- Podcast Episode 1 – Say vs Tell … What’s the difference?