CNN 10 - February 20, 2018


source: Milad M       2018年2月19日

Let's Learn English Level 2 Lesson 17: Flour Baby, Part 1


source: VOA Learning English     2018年1月29日
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Different to, different than or different from? British and American English difference


source: Simple English Videos     2018年1月19日
Do we say different to or different than? Or do we say different from?
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Drop ‘VERY’ from your Vocabulary. Learn Intensifiers – Advanced English ...


source: Learn English with Let's Talk       2018年1月13日
The word ‘very’ is used a lot to emphasize on something, it is an intensifier. For example, if some food is extremely tasty, then in spoken English conversation we tend to express ourselves by saying, “the food is very, very tasty.” However, there are better words to use like delicious, lip smacking or even yummy. In this English speaking lesson, you will learn words that will convey the right emotion and we can avoid using a word like very, repeatedly just to make something sound more convincing.
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Very beautiful – Gorgeous, Stunning
Ex: I saw a gorgeous model at the mall the other day.
Very loud – Deafening
Ex: We heard a deafening sound around 11 last night.
Very happy – Elated
Ex The athlete felt elated when she won her first gold medal.
Very sad – Depressed
Ex: My friend has been depressed since his recent break up.
Very confused – Baffled
Ex: There were so many phone models at the shop that I got baffled and could not make a choice.
Very big – Massive, Gigantic
Ex: Claire has a massive house in the countryside.
Very small – Tiny, Teeny, Miniscule
Ex: This box is tiny; I can’t fit in all of my stationery items in it.

English Conversation Practice for Beginners to Advanced Level (50 Topics)


source: Helena Daily English      2017年9月10日
This video contains three part, each part has three level (begin, intermediate, advanced ) with variety topics such as introduce yourself, family, home, school, social problems,...Focus on learning this lesson to improve your english skills.
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