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source: Daily Listening    2017年2月12日
CNN 10 | February 13, 2017 | U.S. controversial immigration order | Daily Listening hightlights: The significance and timing of a North Korean missile test are explained first today, and that's followed by a look at a U.S. appeals court ruling on a controversial immigration order. Protecting great white sharks and nursing rare tiger cubs are our two other topics this Monday.
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Phrasal Verbs - DIE DOWN


source: Espresso English  2017年2月12日
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1. be ignored
2. become less intense
3. make a sacrifice

Five Phrasal Verbs - Talking About Love and Dating


source: Oxford Online English    2014年6月27日
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In this lesson, you'll learn about five common English phrasal verbs which are used to talk about love, dating and relationships. You can see the meaning of the verbs, and how to use them in a sentence.

English Phonics Short 'o' Vowel Practice


source: Shaw English Online   2014年1月24日
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Questions to Ask in a Restaurant! (mmmEnglish 05)


source: mmmEnglish       2015年11月11日
Watch this video and learn 5 useful questions to help you feel comfortable and confident asking English questions in restaurants! You will learn pronunciation, intonation and how to use each question in context.
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Making a Date (Learn English 11)


source: EF podEnglish    2007年11月28日
Learn how to speak politely in English using "sorry", "excuse me", and indirect questions. In this beginner English lesson you will hear people making a date to have dinner and go to the movies together. They use polite questions to make each other comfortable. You will learn about etiquette in English so you can ask and answer questions in a polite way.http://www.englishtown.com/online/hom...
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Food Idioms -1- EnglishAnyone.com


source: EnglishAnyone     2011年7月20日
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Here are some tasty food idioms from EnglishAnyone.com!
Take The Cake
To take the cake means to be number #1! This idiom can mean both very good and very bad!
The final runner takes the cake for being the slowest.

A Bad Egg
To be a bad egg means to be a bad person.
That boy has been in and out of jail all his life. He's a real bad egg.

A Big Cheese
A big cheese is a leader or important person
This client is a big cheese at his company, so be extra nice to him!

Bread And Butter
Your bread and butter are your staples or basic necessities.
Our company makes a few shirts for dogs, but our bread and butter is dog food.

Cool As A Cucumber
To be cool as a cucumber means to be calm and relaxed.
Even at her important job interview, Jamie was as cool as a cucumber.

Cup Of Tea
When something is your cup of tea, it means you enjoy it or are good at it.
Watching ice hockey is OK, but it's not really my cup of tea.

A Hard Nut To Crack
To be a hard nut to crack means to be difficult to understand or figure out.
The new guy at work is very quiet and looks like a hard nut to crack.

Out To Lunch
To be out to lunch is to be crazy or mad.
My boss doesn't understand how to run a company! He's totally out to lunch!

Talking to a teacher


source: Twominute English     2013年2月9日
In this free English speaking lesson learn the common words and phrases that you can use when you talk to your teacher about something.
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0:06 In this lesson, we are going to learn what to say when talking to a teacher.
0:14 Excuse me professor, I am sorry I don’t have my homework today.
0:19 You usually turn in your homework in time. What happened this time?
0:23 I wasn’t feeling well
0:25 Well. What happened to you?
0:27 I had a terrible headache.
0:30 How are you feeling now?
0:32 It’s much better. I will do yesterday’s homework along with today’s.
0:37 Okay. Take care.
0:42 Professor, can I submit my assignment today?
0:46 Today? But there are 5 days left to the deadline.
0:49 I know, but I’ve already finished it.
0:53 Hmmm... Is that so? Did you check it for errors?
0:56 Well no... Not really.
1:00 Why don’t you read it once more then and see if there are any errors. Submit the assignment tomorrow if it’s fine.
1:05 Thanks. I will do that professor.
1:11 This week’s assignment is a 1500 word essay on the economic situation.
1:16 Professor, can we use illustrations in the essay?
1:20 Well, that’s an unusual request. I suggest you only use words.
1:25 Okay. No problems.
1:28 Remember, you’ll be graded for the essay in your internal review.
1:31 Sure. I will do my best to prepare a great essay.
1:39 Good morning professor. May I come in?
1:42 Yes, good morning. How is your football practice going?
1:46 There is a problem as my mother is not happy about my missing classes.
1:50 She thinks my studies will suffer.
1:53 Well, in that case what do you propose to do?
1:56 I am very eager to play this tournament.
1:59 I wonder if I can take some extra classes after school to make up for the lost time?
2:04 Yes, it can be done. I can give you half an hour after school every day.
2:10 Thank you so much. I appreciate this.
2:16 Professor, can I submit my assignment today?
2:23 Excuse me professor, I am sorry I don’t have my homework today.
2:33 Remember, you’ll be graded for the essay in your internal review.
2:41 This week’s assignment is a 1500 word essay on the economic situation.
2:51 I wonder if I can take some extra classes after school to make up for the lost time?