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Real English is different. Students who have not lived in an English-speaking country should begin with Lesson 1! The people in the videos are spontaneous. Spontaneity is difficult for many students, just like real situations with strangers are difficult. The people seem to speak fast, but in reality, they are speaking at normal speed.

Real English is also different concerning "levels". Example: Lesson 43 is very easy because the people speak very clearly.

But they use a verb structure which is usually called "Intermediate". All the people you meet in Real English speak naturally, but some people speak more clearly, and more slowly than others.

On the other hand, "levels" are usually determined according to the relative difficulty of the grammar structure used in a lesson. When we say "Beginner", "Intermediate" and "Advanced" we are speaking about grammar difficulty, not the way the people speak. This is why you will find some difficult beginner lessons & easy intermediate lessons!

Where's she from?Lesson 1 - Where are you from?
Includes uses and contrast of this and that, and an introduction to introducing people
Level: Beginner - Lesson 1 Exercises

Hi!Lesson 2 - Hi! Contrasts Normal, Formal, and Informal Greetings.
Includes "What's your name?", introduces the verb to be in the present and illustrates possessive adjectives.

Level: Beginner - Lesson 2 Exercises

The ABCs are not so easy!Lesson 3 - The Alphabet: The 7 basic sounds and Spelling at normal speed. Includes Spelling Test # 1.
Level: Beginner to Advanced! Lesson 3 Exercises

Oh no!Lesson 3b - Spelling Test # 2. This one is for Beginners, and features non-native speakers of English.
Lesson 3b Test for beginners.

My favorite colour is black. No it isn't. Black's not a color!Lesson 4 - What's your favorite color?
Practice with be in the present, and adjectives.
Level: Beginner - Lesson 4 Exercises

What nationality is she?Lesson 5 - What nationality are they?
New uses of is and are, and a bit of geography.
Level: Beginner - Lesson 5 Exercises

This is my friend, Joanne...Lesson 6 - Introducing yourself; introducing other people. How do you spell your name? Includes the use of the apostrophe for possessives.
Level: Beginner - Lesson 6 Exercises

Adjectives & Astrology.Lesson 7 - What's your astrological sign? What are (Geminis) like?
Emphasis on useful vocabulary not usually found in beginner lessons; the use of like as a preposition.

Level: Beginner - Lesson 7 Exercises

Numbers in 5 lessons - this is 8aLesson 8 - Numbers in 5 lessons - for Beginners
8a - Cardinal numbers with Lesson 8a Exercises
8b - Ordinal numbers with Lesson 8b Exercises
8c - How old are you? with Lesson 8c Exercises
8d - Dates with Lesson 8d Exercises
8e - Telephone numbers with Lesson 8e Exercises

It's 13 after 6!Lesson 9 - Telling the time in the USA and in the UK
Includes some surprising, but very normal "time prepositions".
Level: Beginner - Lesson 9 Exercises

The Jones FamilyLesson 10 - The Jones Family - The family members describe each other. The verb be in the present, with adjectives. Americana at its best.
Level: Beginner - Lesson 10 Exercises

Is she married?Lesson 11 - Are you married?
2 main videos: 1 for beginners and a more challenging version.
Levels: Beginner and Intermediate - Lesson 11 Exercises

Lightning!Lesson 12 - What's the weather like? - 15 interviews, 15 different types of weather. Includes the use of like as an adverb.
Level: Beginner - Lesson 12 Exercises

What are the Americans like,Lesson 13 - Five Nationalities - 1/5 What are the Americans like? One short version for beginner and one long version for more advanced students.
Levels: Beginner and Intermediate - Lesson 13 Exercises

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What are the British like?Lesson 14 - Five Nationalities - 2/5 What are the British like? Two distinct videos: one version for beginner and one long version for the more advanced.
Levels: Beginner and Intermediate - Lesson 14 Exercises

Modal verb Lesson 15 - Can (to be able to do something)
1) Can you play a musical instrument? 2) Can you cook? 3) What else can you do? Level: Beginner - Lesson 15 Exercises
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