5 Golden phrases to Reassure & Encourage someone


source: Learn English with Let's Talk    2017年7月28日
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In this Spoken English lesson, you would learn some useful English expressions to reassure someone. Problems are inevitable, there are problems at work, in personal life, with friends and colleagues, at home. No one in this world has escaped problems, So if you have to reassure someone to stay motivated and move on in life these English phrases are great and come handy while speaking English.

Don’t worry you will be fine – You could always use these phrases with a friend or a family member or even with a business colleague, who are facing some difficult situation in their life. This phrase would work like magic to someone who is worried way too much. It would help them to show confidence in the situation.

You are doing the best you can - This is an ideal phrase for someone who is in a sticky situation. Maybe a bad marriage which eventually leads to a divorce, you want to extend your support and get the person's morale high, then use this phrase.

Let me a give you a hug - A warm hug makes a lot of difference, this small physical gesture makes someone feel a lot better when they are down in the dumps.

Know this is hard + a positive statement 
This is a best you to acknowledge and agree with someone that they are facing a difficult situation, but always add a positive statement after this phrase such as ‘I know this is hard but you are not alone'. It’s a nice way to extend support to someone and let them know you are there for them to support them and they could rely on you.

I am always there for you.
This is a best to show that you are a great friend or a great companion. This phrase talks about support to someone in their bad times.

News Review: Anti-diversity Google engineer fired


source: BBC Learning English     2017年8月8日
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Neil and Dan teach you the language the world's media is using to discuss this story:
A software engineer working for Google, who criticised the company’s diversity policy in an internal memo, says he’s been sacked for perpetuating gender stereotypes.
James Damore had claimed there were biological causes for men and women having different preferences and abilities, which might explain the lack of women in leadership and technical roles.
Google has said it won’t discuss individual cases.

Key words and phrases
slams: criticises strongly
contentious: causing argument or disagreement
hits a nerve: upsets someone

Subject-Verb Inversions - English Grammar Lesson


source: Anglo-Link     2017年7月31日
In this lesson, we will be looking at expressions that need a subject-verb inversion, e.g. 'so', 'neither', 'seldom', 'not only' and 'no sooner', and also inversions in Conditional sentences.
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How to Talk about Where you Live & Home | 925 English Lesson 12


source: Business English Pod - Learn Business English   2017年7月30日
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In this 925 English lesson, we’re going to learn how to talk about where you are from and where you live in English.
In the world of business, we have the chance to meet people from all sorts of backgrounds. And one of the most common questions we ask people we’ve just met is “where are you from?” In other words, “where do you come from?”

IELTS SPEAKING SESSION | SAMPLE | HD | ULTIMATE PRACTICE !!


source: Official IELTS Practice    2017年7月30日
IELTS ACADEMIC band 9 material.
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Speaking is in three parts. The examiner wants to know what is your level of English. The questions are already set. Your response is recorded. Your score depends upon how clearly the examiner can understand you.

IELTS SPEAKING BAND 9 SPEAKING SESSION


source: Official IELTS Practice    2017年6月25日
IELTS ACADEMIC band 9 material.
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Speaking is in three parts. The examiner wants to know what is your level of English. The questions are already set. Your response is recorded. Your score depends upon how clearly the examiner can understand you.

4th of July Traditions!


source: Rachel's English    2017年7月4日
Happy 4th of July! This is the day we celebrate America’s independence. Study vocabulary, pronunciation, and phrases as we study REAL English conversation and learn about 4th of July traditions in the US.
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Rise vs. raise


source: Watch, Listen & Speak English! - E.M.N    2014年12月6日
This video is about the difference between the verbs to rise and to raise. The confusion is not only the meaning but the pronunciation. In this video I will give you a key sentence for you to learn by heart, and few other differences that we can find when learning these two easily confused verbs.
This lesson is for elementary students who wish to study or review English grammar, and for students who reached an advanced level, but who wish to brush up on some grammar rules.

Using 'let's' and 'it's high time' (BBC Learners' Questions)


source: BBC Learning English    2017年4月14日
Abdalla in Egypt asks: which is correct: 'let's go home' or 'it's high time we went home'? Dan has the answer.
Watch the video and visit our website for a summary and a quiz to see what you've learned about this topic: http://www.bbc.co.uk/learningenglish/...

Learn the Top 10 "Gamer Speak" Words in English


source: Learn English with EnglishClass101.com   2017年4月28日
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Discussing Future Plans


source: Learn English with EnglishClass101.com    2016年7月19日
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Pronunciation: Assimilation of /d/ to /g/


source: BBC Learning English     2016年10月14日
Tim's back in his pronunciation workshop. This time he's finding out what happens to a /d/ sound when it is followed by a /g/ or a /k/.
For more, visit our website: http://www.bbc.co.uk/learningenglish/...

Transcript:
Tim: Hi. I'm Tim and this is my Pronunciation workshop. Here I'm going to show you how English is really spoken. Come on, let's go inside.
In English, we have an expression – man’s best friend. Do you know what that refers to?

Voice
Beer?!

Tim: No, not beer. Dogs. A dog is man’s best friend. But not always. What would you say to a dog who did this?

Voxpops
Bad girl!
She's a bad girl!
The dog has been a bad girl!

Tim: Now, the word bad ends in the sound /d/, doesn’t it? Or does it? Watch and listen again. Can you hear the /d/?

Voxpops
Bad girl!
She's a bad girl!
The dog has been a bad girl!

Tim: In fluent speech, a /d/ changes to a /g/ when it comes before a /g/ or a /k/. So /bad girl/ becomes /bagirl/. This is an example of assimilation. And here are some more examples.

Examples
He’s a really good cook.
Last night we had guests for dinner.
Can you print out the hard copy?
I'd love to walk down the red carpet one day.

Tim: Right, so you’ve heard some examples, now it’s your turn. You know the drill: Listen and repeat.

Examples
He’s a really good cook.
Last night we had guests for dinner.
Can you print out the hard copy?
I'd love to walk down the red carpet one day.

Tim: Well done. Now remember, if you want to learn more about pronunciation, then please visit our website, bbclearningenglish dot com. And that is about it from the workshop for now. I'll see you soon. Bye! Now, you know what, I’m not really that keen on dogs, I’m more of a cat person. Oh no, no, no that was just a joke - good girl, good girl, aaah! Oh, very funny. You're actually quite cute. Who's a good girl? Who's a good girl? Argh! Bad girl!

Business English 190 (cash flow, cash inflows, cash outflows)


source: TeacherPhilEnglish     2010年2月9日
Today's words: cash flow, cash inflows, cash outflows.

Business English 189 (Employee stock ownership plan, glass ceiling, leverage)


source: TeacherPhilEnglish      2010年2月9日
Employee stock ownership plan (ESOP), glass ceiling, and leverage.