All The Videos (with & without lessons)
Lesson 30 - "What do you do like to do for fun?"(like to do and like doing) Part 2. Includes review and preview with a summary of the structures & vocabulary in Units 1 through 29, with a peek of upcoming functions and structures.
Level: Intermediate - Lesson 30 exercises available!
Lesson 31 - How long does it take? - 4 interviews. The use of animation within the videos conveys the meaning of this structure, as is often the case in Real English®.
Level: Intermediate - Lesson 31 exercises available!
Lesson 32 - Where do you live? - More practice with the present simple, with previews of things to come! Includes regular and subtitled versions. Birgit Ferran's Flash Exos are included here.
Level: Intermediate - Lesson 32 exercises available!
Lesson 33 - Al Kohler, Homeless in Florida - A Topical Video - There are a hundred pictures and many subtitles designed to help us understand Al.
Level: Upper Intermediate - There will be exercises if we decide to keep this video as part of the permanent collection.
Lesson 34 - The Present Continuous 2: What are you doing? This simple verb tense is often more complicated than it seems. This short video lesson illustrates the most important use of the Present Continuous tense.
Level: Beginner / Pre-Intermediate - Lesson 34 exercises available!
Lesson 35 - The Present Continuous 3: Laurie: Doing and wearing - Also includes "What do you have?" and "What have you got?" -
Level: Beginner/Pre-Intermediate - Exercises coming later.
Lesson 36 - "American Dream" featuring Sid, Duo Live - A topical clip: How have Rigo, from Mexico, and Sid, from Brooklyn, NY, USA, realized the American dream?
Level: Upper Intermediate - Exercises coming soon.
Lesson 37 - The Present Continuous # 4 - What are they doing? 17 short interviews. In this video particular clip, you will meet more British and Irish people than Americans.
Level: Beginner / Pre-Intermediate - Lesson 37 exercises available!
Lesson 38 - The Present Continuous # 5: What are you wearing? - A different use of the present continuous tense + clothing vocabulary.
Level: Beginner / Pre-Intermediate - Lesson 38 exercises available!
Lesson 39 - Comparatives and Superlatives, plus "The Most Beautiful Language" (3 clips) -
Level: Pre-Intermediate / Intermediate - Exercises coming soon.
Lesson 39b - Joey teaches us about superlatives, tags, gerunds, and conditionals. As you see, we're finally filming in high definition.
Level: Intermediate - Lesson 39b exercises available!
Lesson 40 - What are you going to do tonight? - Meet Michael, as well as meet Tom and Connie. They will help you with the near future.
Level: Pre-Intermediate - Lesson 40 exercises available!
Lesson 40b - Describe your loved ones.
Level: Pre-Intermediate - Lesson 40b exercises available!
Lesson 41 - Parnelle and Esther from Haiti - Good friends with very different backgrounds in Haiti - A topical clip
Level: Upper-Intermediate - Exercises coming later.
Lesson 42 - Were you good at school? (Simple past with was and were)
Level: Beginner /Pre-Intermediate - Lesson 42 exercises available!
Lesson 43 - Marty and her daughter Ashley. What did Marty do yesterday? Why? - Introduction to the simple past with "did".
Level: Beginner / Pre-Intermediate - Lesson 43 exercises available!
Lesson 44 - Usually on Saturday vs Last Saturday - A "grammar clip": the Present Simple vs the Simple Past.
Level: Intermediate - Exercises coming soon.
Lesson 58 - Learning a Second Language
An interview with Fernando from Brazil. Good advice for many learners of English as a Second Language, but you might not agree with him!
Level: Intermediate - Lesson 58 exercises available!
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!