CNN 10 | December 15, 2017 - English Subtitles


source: Learn English - English Conversation    2017年12月15日
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NEED vs WANT | Using English Verbs Correctly


source: Learn English with EnglishClass101.com     2017年11月9日
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Learn 11 ‘mind’ expressions


source: Learn English with Emma [engVid]    2017年11月29日
Did you know that there are A LOT of expressions in English with the word "mind" in them? "Mind" is a very common word with several different meanings. In this video, I will teach you the three main ways in which "mind" is used in expressions, and then I'll give you 11 very common expressions using the word. The expressions I'll teach you include: Do you mind?, Would you mind?, What's on your mind?, my mind went blank, mind the gap, have someone in mind, give a piece of my mind, lose one's mind, cross one's mind, make up one's mind, and keep in mind. By learning these expressions, you will improve both your listening and speaking.
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IELTS Speaking Test Practice - Part 0 – Greetings & Introduction – Get 8 band in IELTS Test


source: Learn English with Let's Talk     2017年11月26日
We all know that the IELTS speaking test has 3 sections, however today I want to discuss the section/Part 0 with you, which is simply, greeting the examiner. In this English lesson, you will learn how to greet the IELTS interviewer so that you set the right tone for the interview.
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This part albeit is very simple however I still want to ensure you make no mistakes in it.
So let us look that Part 0, this can be divided into 4 questions:
1. This is where the examiner will introduce himself/herself with their full name.
Example:
Examiner: Good afternoon, my name is Lisa Smith; could you please tell me your full name?
Your response can be with or without the name of the examiner, however, please do not add any title to the examiner’s first name, as it is incorrect to add a title to the first name.
The correct way to greet the examiner is:
Candidate: “Good afternoon, my name is Alisha Ray.”
“Good afternoon Lisa, I am Alisha Ray.”
Please smile and enunciate your name clearly and slowly.

2. This is a section or part where the examiner may want to know how they should address you.
Example: the examiner may ask:
Examiner: “What can I call you?”
Please be polite, smile and let them know that they can call you by your first name OR by your English name if you have any. It is perfectly ok if you do not have an English name.
Please do not explain the reason behind your name or why you are called that, this is not required or expected. This is not the test but just introductions hence please keep it precise and simple.

3. The third question in this part will be the place you come from, the examiner will ask you as follows:
Example:
Examiner: “Where are you from?”
“Where do you come from?”
Please answer by just mentioning the city that you come from with just the location of it in your country. So if you are from Mumbai; please construct your answer as follows:
“I am from Mumbai which is in the west of India.”
Please do not ask the examiner whether they have been there or not, do not recommend the examiner to visit the city you come from, as this is not required.
Please pronounce the English pronunciation of the City you come from and not the local pronunciation.

4. The last question the examiner will ask is for your identification.
Example:
Examiner: “May I see your identification or ID please?”
Please smile and present your identification to the examiner.
It is a good practice to answer in one of these manners as they are considered polite.
Candidate:
“Sure, please.” and hand it over to the examiner.
“Sure, here it is.”
“Yes of course.”

10 Phrasal Verbs with COME!


source: mmmEnglish    2017年11月21日
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In this lesson:
- Come up
- Come up with
- Come in
- Come out
- Come on
- Come down
- Come down on
- Come across
- Come over
- Come at
- Come back