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Link to Part 1: https://youtu.be/jT4H6s0-6D0
Free interactive exercise for review:
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0:08 Intro to listening task.
0:26 Listening task.
1:52 Explanation of NEAR.
2:20 Explanation of BESIDE/NEXT TO.
2:37 Short review.
3:51 Points of confusion.
4:10 NEAR vs. NEARBY.
5:50 Note on NEARLY.
6:20 BESIDE vs. BESIDES.
8:08 NEXT TO vs. NEXT
8:55 Quick review of all prepositions.
9:25 Exercise of 8 questions.
11:50 Lesson ending.
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