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CrazyTalk Animator 3 makes it so easy to create professional looking animated English lessons that can really engage the viewer and help them learn faster and more enjoyably. The G3 Elastic Motions-Spongy Moves really brought this video to life.


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Great job as always British. Very educational for me as I'm a bit of an anglophile.

In Kansas, our names are different on some things but the same on most. Here's some I noticed.
Cooker - Stove
Bin - Trash Can
Window Blind - Venetian Blind or 'blinds'
Oven Glove - Oven Mitt
Washing Up Liquid - Dish-warshing soap. ( we also use 'bust' instead of 'burst' go figure,
add an 'R' where there isn't one and remove one from where there is Tongue )
Fridge-Freezer - Refrigerator or 'Fridge'

There are probably different names for some of these things in different parts of the U.S. For example, a carbonated drink is called a soda in one part of the
country but called 'pop' in another part. I find your series very interesting as well as entertaining. This one, in particular, because of the animation you've used.

Cool pete  .

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