source: Learn English with Let's Talk 2016年8月25日
This interjection is used to express multiple reactions.
It can be used to express:
Surprise- Wow! You won the match.
Sadness: - Wow! I’m really sorry to hear that your husband lost his job.
2. OUCH / OW
Either of these can be used for showing pain in the moment when you hurt yourself:
“Ow!I banged my knee on the corner of the table.”
3. EW / EEECK / YUCK / UGH
The function of these interjections is to express disgust or hate.
“Ew! Your wardrobe stinks. Do you even wash your clothes?”.
Best used when you suddenly understand/ discover something, as a thinking word, to express contempt.
In a Math test: “Aha! I got the answer. ” (finding)
Contempt: Ah! Look what you’ve done! You’ve ruined it!
Understanding: Ah. I see what you mean.
Thinking: Ah…that’s not exactly what I meant.
5. OOPS / WHOOPS
When you make a mistake or react to a mistake you can use these interjections:
To make a mistake:
“Oops – I just spilled my soda all over the table.”
“I’ll get some paper towels to clean it up.
Reaction to a mistake:
“I borrowed a book from my teacher and then left it on the bus.”
“Whoops! Was she mad?”
6. DUH / WHOOP-DEE-DOO / LA-DEE-DAH
Use these interjections to express sarcasm. They should only be used with very close friends, because they would be offensive and inappropriate in a business context or a social context.
Duh is used in reaction to an extremely obvious statement:
1. “Hey, did you know you can share pictures on Facebook?”
2. Whoop-dee-doo is used when you want to say something is not as great as it seems. It’s like “Who cares?”
“I won $20 in the lottery!”
3. La-dee-dah is also used to express “I don’t really care,” in reaction to somebody else trying to sound impressive or show off:
“My boyfriend bought me a Ferrari.”
7. UM / UH
Use these interjections to pause while you think of what to say next.
Example: “How many students are there at your university?”
“Um, I’m not sure. I think around 1,000 – but I’ll have to find out from the website.”
This word is used to express despair or hopelessness.
Example: Gah! I give up!
9. Bah:This is a dismissive interjection.
Example: Bah! You never liked him anyways.
Meaning: That way stupid!
Example: I just deleted all my files. Doh!
source: Simple English Videos 2015年5月5日
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source: English Teacher Jon 2011年9月2日
When you're sick, it's important to know how to describe how you feel. This vocabulary lesson will help you to talk about sickness and bodily pain!
source: Crown Academy of English 2014年6月21日
This is an English listening lesson based on a UK news story about a recent plane crash.
The lesson starts with some new English vocabulary which will be useful for the exercise. I then give you the questions before playing the article. You are free to listen to the article as many times as you want.
I then give you the answers to the exercise before playing the article one last time with the transcript / subtitles on the screen. This will help improve your English listening.
The accent is British English.
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source: Learn English with BeGlobal 2015年11月15日
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source: JamesESL English Lessons (engVid) 2016年1月14日
Have you ever broken the law? Today, I'm going to teach you courtroom vocabulary. It's important to know the law so that you know your rights and know how to stay out of trouble. If you do end up in court, you need to know what to expect and how to communicate politely and intelligently so that you get the best outcome. The vocabulary and expressions you'll learn will help you understand what is happening in courtrooms on television shows and movies, as well as if you have to appear in court yourself. Court isn't just for hardened criminals -- sometimes we have to go to court for "misdemeanours"-- small crimes like parking violations and littering, or you may have to go to court because of a lawsuit or as part of your job. In this video, I'll discuss different strategies that will help you speak with the people you'll meet in court -- lawyers, judges, and police officers. My best advice is to stay out of trouble, know how to talk to the police, and be informed if you have to go to court.
source: Twominute English 2013年9月29日
In this lesson you will learn to use the English phrases connected to wishing Happy Birthday to different kind of people whether they are very special to you, random people or the people you meet for the first time.
0:01 Welcome to twominenglish.com. Teaching you English through two-minute lessons.
0:06 In this lesson you’ll learn the phrases or words you can use to wish someone “Happy Birthday”.
0:16 Hey Rachel!
0:18 Hello birthday girl!
0:20 Oh, hey there birthday girl’s best friend.
0:24 Ha ha! Happy birthday to you!
0:27 Thank you so much.
0:30 It’s difficult to put in words how much you mean to me. I wish you all the best.
0:35 Thanks a ton, Rachel. Hearing this from you means a lot.
0:39 You’re always welcome.
0:46 Hey Josh! Happy birthday, man!
0:49 Thanks Drake. I didn’t know you knew it was my birthday today.
0:54 Oh yeah, I got to know from Chris.
0:56 Okay, cool. I’m having a party tonight. You’re invited.
1:00 Thanks for inviting me. I’ll try to be there.
1:03 Okay, see you there.
1:05 See you, take care.
1:13 Hey Nancy, have you met my friend Jerry? It’s his birthday today.
1:19 Oh, hi Jerry, nice to meet you and happy birthday to you!
1:23 Thanks a lot, Nancy. Nice to meet you too.
1:26 May God bless you! Take care, bye.
1:30 You too. Bye!
1:37 Hello Mr. Fredrick. Happy birthday to you!
1:41 Oh, thank you Sam!
1:43 I speak on behalf of the whole team when I say you you deserve all the best. Have a great birthday, Mr. Fredrick!
1:52 You guys are the best. Thank you so much for the kind words.
1:56 You are always welcome.
2:04 Happy birthday, dad!
2:07 Oh dear, thank you so much!
2:10 You’ve made my life a unique and pleasant experience and helped me with every obstacle that came my way.
2:17 Thank you for being in my life, dad. Happy birthday!
2:20 Thank you so much and I’ll always be there for you. Love you my dear daughter.
2:26 Love you too, dad.
2:30 It’s difficult to put in words how much you mean to me. I wish you all the best.
2:40 Happy birthday to you!
2:44 Happy birthday, man!
2:47 Oh, hi Jerry, nice to meet you and happy birthday to you!
2:56 Hello Mr. Fredrick. Happy birthday to you!
3:01 I speak on behalf of the whole team when I say you you deserve all the best.
3:11 Happy birthday, dad!
3:16 Thank you for being in my life, dad. Happy birthday!