CNN 10 with subtitles | February 15, 2017 | U.S. national security adviser recently res...


source: Daily Listening    2017年2月14日
CNN 10 | February 15, 2017 | Instability at a dam in California | Daily Listening hightlights: We start today by explaining why the U.S. national security adviser recently resigned. Then, we're delving into two reports on North Korea: The first examines what can be learned from its recent missile launch; the second looks at North Korea's relationship with its only major ally. Afterward, we're examining the toll of Malaria and the efforts to fight it, and we're exploring the world of pens that seem to bring "the write stuff."
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Looking for a job? (BBC English at Work series)


source: BBC Learning English    2016年6月29日
English at Work: http://www.bbc.co.uk/learningenglish/...
Are you looking for work. Do you want a job? Would you want to work at Tip Top Trading? Watch our new animated series and learn some of the language and etiquette that you need, not just to get a job but to be the top dog, big boss, head honcho, big wig....
Animation: Rosie Miles (http://www.rosiesmiles.com/)

How to Fall in Love in English!!


source: Learn English with Papa Teach Me  2017年2月13日
Tell your special someone exactly how much you love them this Valentine's day with this lovely English lesson!!
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3 English Phrases on Valentine's Day


source: To Fluency    2017-02-15
In this video, you're going to learn 3 relationship phrases.
PHRASES:
to ask someone out = to ask them to join you on a date
to be going out with someone = to be in a relationship
to dump someone = to break up with someone
EXAMPLES:
- Should I ask her out?
- Peter asked me out!
- We've been going out for 6 years
- Is Sarah going out with someone
- I'm going to dump her
- Should I dump her?
(Poor Sarah!)

Phrasal Verbs with 'Make'


source: Oxford Online English    2014年5月24日
A free English lesson from Oxford Online English. You can see the full lesson, with the text and a quiz, here: http://www.oxfordonlineenglish.com/vi...
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English Phonics Short 'u' Vowel Practice


source: Shaw English Online    2014年1月24日
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Repeat every word and sound after Molly to help your English pronunciation skill.
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What's your favourite pizza?


source: mmmEnglish    2015年11月18日
Read the full script here: http://goo.gl/9qXHDS

Crime (Learn English 14)


source: EF podEnglish    2007年11月28日
Learn to ask and answer yes/no questions in the past tense in English using "did" and "didn't". In this beginner English lesson you will see a cyclist reporting a bicycle theft. He answers the police officer's questions using the past tense.
http://www.englishtown.com/online/hom...
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Body Part Idioms - 1 - EnglishAnyone.com


source: EnglishAnyone    2011年6月6日
http://www.englishanyone.com/power-le...
Here are some fun body part idioms from EnglishAnyone.com!

All Ears
To be all ears means to listen very attentively.
Tell me about the party tomorrow. I'm all ears!

Eagle Eyes
Someone with eagle eyes sees or notices things amazingly well.
My boss has eagle eyes. He sees everything people in my department do.

Put Your Feet Up
To put your feet up means to sit back and relax.
After a hard day at work, I like to sit down and put my feet up.

Two-faced
To be two-faced means to be deceitful, untrue or insincere.
I didn't like that two-faced salesman. He looked nice, but he seemed like he just wanted to take my money.

Lip Service
If you pay lip service to something, you say you support it but don't actually do anything helpful.
Many companies pay lip service to diversity while not actually doing anything to promote it.

Up In Arms
To be up in arms means to be very upset and angry.
The community was up in arms after the mayor was caught stealing money from the town.

Go Belly Up
To go belly up means to be unsuccessful or dead. This phrase is usually used for businesses and projects. Just think of a dead goldfish floating with its belly up in a bowl.
The company lost cash for years and finally went belly up.

Go Head To Head
To go head to head means to fight or compete with someone directly.
The two boxers went head to head in the amazing fight.

Job interview question & answers for freshers - Job interview Skills


source: Skillopedia - Skills for the real world    2016年5月15日
http://www.learnex.in/job-interview-q...
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1) Tell me about yourself...
2) Why should we hire you?
3) Talk about your strengths:
4) Are you planning for future studies?
5) What do you know about our company:

Leave out, Look over, Look up, Make up


source: Twominute English     2013年4月1日
Exercises for this lesson: http://twominenglish.com/video/91-Lea...
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0:07 In this lesson we will study these common expressions: leave out, look over, look up and make up.
0:26 Hey Jack, can you help me with this application form?
0:30 Sure. What is it about?
0:32 I’m applying for a new credit card. I want to be sure I didn’t leave anything out.
0:38 Let me see. You can leave out the fields which don’t have an asterisk against them.
0:44 Just fill out carefully the ones marked.
0:47 Thanks, Jack.
0:58 Did you send someone to look over my property?
1:02 Yes! I sent a couple to look it over. They were interested in buying your house.
1:08 Alrite but you should have informed me before sending them to my place.
1:14 I’m so sorry, Kate. I got busy looking over some other issues and forgot to tell you.
1:29 What are you looking up at, Kate?
1:31 I’m looking up for hotel accommodations.
1:34 I didn’t know you were traveling!
1:37 I’m planning a trip to California in the coming holidays.
1:42 Oh, that’s great. I have family there. I’ll give you their contact details. Once you’re there, just look them up.
1:48 I’m sure they’ll love to show you around.
1:51 That would be fantastic, thank you!
2:04 Where were you last night, Jack?
2:07 I went to Starbucks for a coffee with friends.
2:09 Jack, you forget that I know you. You’re just making that up!
2:15 Why would I bother to make that up?
2:17 Because you've made up stories in the past too. I think you’re addicted to it.
2:23 Oh, please. You’re the only one making things up here.
2:30 I want to be sure I didn't leave anything out.
2:37 You can leave out the fields which don’t have an asterisk against them.
2:46 Did you send someone to look over my property?
2:54 I sent a couple to look it over.
2:59 I got busy looking over some other issues and forgot to tell you.
3:10 I’m looking up for hotel accommodations.
3:17 Once you’re there, just look them up.
3:23 You’re just making that up!
3:29 Because you've made up stories in the past too.
3:37 You’re the only one making things up here.