Joe the 4-year-old nephew - is he a pest or just a sweet little boy? Written by Chris Rose.

BCSW - He's a pest


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Actually, English learners in Vietnam, as well as the English teachers, don't require much about the accent, though; but I'd like to learn how to speak English with British accent if I have got a good chance. I do like speak in British accent rather than in America accent. You know, the accent sound more interesting and more funny in some way. I also like the method the British use English: you know, the way they talk, the sentences and the words they use, lots of different to American. :) I really got fascinating about it. 
Anyway, thanks for your advices.
Have a good day, Jeremy Bee.
Ps: Recently, I have tried to speak English with my friends in British accent. At first, most of them can not  understand what I say, but now it's okay.

From where I can do the exercises to correct my English grammars and English conversations..?

What do you mean by Alright in different places?
It can be use as a greeting or conversation also?
Or just in sentence constructing?
Your British Council Student..
With Respect//

This is good story!!! Also very funny.Please listen and do exercises. It's my offer. Good luck!!!

A very interesting episode and I enjoy it very much!
 Thanks a lot.

Thank you so much that's very interesting

Thank you very much.

thankful work