CNN 10 - February 20, 2018


source: Milad M       2018年2月19日

Let's Learn English Level 2 Lesson 17: Flour Baby, Part 1


source: VOA Learning English     2018年1月29日
Originally published at - https://learningenglish.voanews.com/a...

Different to, different than or different from? British and American English difference


source: Simple English Videos     2018年1月19日
Do we say different to or different than? Or do we say different from?
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Drop ‘VERY’ from your Vocabulary. Learn Intensifiers – Advanced English ...


source: Learn English with Let's Talk       2018年1月13日
The word ‘very’ is used a lot to emphasize on something, it is an intensifier. For example, if some food is extremely tasty, then in spoken English conversation we tend to express ourselves by saying, “the food is very, very tasty.” However, there are better words to use like delicious, lip smacking or even yummy. In this English speaking lesson, you will learn words that will convey the right emotion and we can avoid using a word like very, repeatedly just to make something sound more convincing.
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Very beautiful – Gorgeous, Stunning
Ex: I saw a gorgeous model at the mall the other day.
Very loud – Deafening
Ex: We heard a deafening sound around 11 last night.
Very happy – Elated
Ex The athlete felt elated when she won her first gold medal.
Very sad – Depressed
Ex: My friend has been depressed since his recent break up.
Very confused – Baffled
Ex: There were so many phone models at the shop that I got baffled and could not make a choice.
Very big – Massive, Gigantic
Ex: Claire has a massive house in the countryside.
Very small – Tiny, Teeny, Miniscule
Ex: This box is tiny; I can’t fit in all of my stationery items in it.

English Conversation Practice for Beginners to Advanced Level (50 Topics)


source: Helena Daily English      2017年9月10日
This video contains three part, each part has three level (begin, intermediate, advanced ) with variety topics such as introduce yourself, family, home, school, social problems,...Focus on learning this lesson to improve your english skills.
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How to Speak Cockney / Practice English with Paul


source: Practice English with Paul      2015年6月23日
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01:08 non-rhotic R
01:43 trap-bath-split
02:05 glottal stop
03:02 the L vocalization
04:03 TH becomes V
04:27 H is dropped
04:55 TH fronting
05:34 Practice/Examples

What You MUST DO to Learn English


source: Interactive English       2017年10月3日
We ALL make mistakes. It's important that we accept making mistakes as a natural and necessary part of language learning. We can learn from our mistakes and that is how we make forward progress. So we encourage you to go out there and MAKE MISTAKES. At Interactive English, we teach active language learning so that students can enhance their English skills. We create a variety of online lessons to help you expand your vocabulary, improve your fluency, as well as enhance your pronunciation.
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Understanding the cashier at the supermarket - Understand the American a...


source: Speak English with Christina      2017年5月8日
Can you understand an American cashier who speaks fast? Test your comprehension of English with this video!
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8 Podcasts for Fluent English: Advanced English Listening


source: Speak English With Vanessa     2018年1月19日
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What to say at your job interview? English Phrases & Tips!


source: Learn English with EnglishClass101.com    2018年1月18日
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How to say words that are both NOUNS & VERBS? - Word Stress Difference


source: Gerry English Expressions      2018年1月2日
Some words with two syllables can be nouns and then at other times, they are verbs.
Note: There is a different WORD STRESS for each.
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How to Use the Present Continuous - English Verb Tenses


source: Oxford Online English     2017年4月14日
See the full version: https://www.oxfordonlineenglish.com/u...
Do you know to form and use the present continuous? Like many verb tenses in English, the present continuous has many different uses and meanings. You can learn more in this class.
In this lesson, you can learn:
- How to use the present continuous to talk about actions happening now or around this moment.
- How to use the present continuous to talk about temporary or changing situations.
- Using the present continuous to talk about the future.
- Advanced ways to use the present continuous verb tense.

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The First Conditional: The Grammar Gameshow Episode 10


source: BBC Learning English        2017年12月13日

During / While / Meanwhile - How to use them in English


source: Learn English with Papa Teach Me      2018年1月20日
WHILE watching this video, ask yourself, have you ever slept DURING class? MEANWHILE, I hope you enjoy the lesson!
Use the subtitles if you need them!
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Negative Prefixes - ‘il-’, ‘im-’, ‘in-’, ‘ir-’ and ‘non-’


source: Learn English with EnglishClass101.com        2018年1月16日
A prefix is a letter or a group of letters attached to the beginning of a word that partly indicates its meaning. Being able to recognize prefixes can help us build our vocabularies. Today we teach you those negative prefixes: ‘il-’, ‘im-’, ‘in-’, ‘ir-’ and ‘non-’.
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English PROVERBS | Example sentences


source: Crown Academy of English      2018年1月16日
What is a proverb? A proverb is a short sentence or expression. A proverb often gives advice or expresses a common life experience.
In this video, you will learn the following 9 English proverbs:
Curiosity killed the cat.
Don't put all your eggs in one basket.
Don't count your chickens before they hatch.
The grass is always greener on the other side of the fence.
Cross that bridge when you come to it.
Every cloud has a silver lining.
Make hay while the sun shines.
Many hands make light work.
Too many cooks spoil the broth.


Make sure you watch the video to see all the examples and to hear the correct English pronunciation.
For each proverb, I give an explanation of the literal meaning and also explain the real meaning in modern English. I give an example sentence for each one.
What is your favourite proverb? Tell me in the comments below the video.
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CNN 10 | February 19, 2018


source: ABC Native English        2018年2月18日

IELTS Writing: The 3 Essay Types


source: English Lessons with Adam     2018年1月8日
Be prepared for any essay on the IELTS exam by knowing what to expect. Whether it's an opinion essay, a comparative, or a descriptive essay, your approach will need to match the task. In this lesson we look at what kinds of questions may come up and how to approach these. I'll break it down in detail, clearly, so you know exactly what you should do with each type of essay question. Follow my suggestions and you will succeed.

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Useful English Expressions in Love: Love At First Sight


source: Helena Daily English      2018年1月11日
In this lesson I will teach you common English expressions to do with love and relationships.
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Nouns for Activities (go for + physical activity / do + ing)


source: Practice English with Paul     2015年6月23日
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05:19 go for + physical activity
06:33 do + ing

Common Work and Business Expressions + British Pronunciation


source: ETJ English     2018年1月25日
Learn some common expressions, which are used in business/work environments, as well as everyday life! I will focus on the British pronunciation and meanings of these phrases, in everyday sentences. Enjoy!
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10 (Advanced) English Words You Are Probably MISpronouncing! | Pronuncia...


source: mmmEnglish      2018年1月18日
In this English pronunciation lesson, I'll show you how to pronounce some advanced English vocabulary that is difficult to pronounce (sometimes, even for native English speakers!)
Let's practice: (I speak with an Australian English accent)
- Pronunciation
- Chaos
- Specifically (Realistically, Strategically, Politically, Logically, Democratically, Artistically, Economically, Chaotically)
- Prestigious
- Mischievous **YIKES** (spelling mistake in the video... Right after I said "it's often spelled incorrectly too"!! 😅😂)
- Triathlon
- Quinoa
- Acai
- Genre
- Espresso, Escape, Especially

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How to Enhance Your Listening Skills | 5 AWESOME TIPS


source: Interactive English       2017年9月16日
"Can you repeat that?" / "I don't understand." / "What does that mean?"
You may recognize these statements because this is what we often say when our listening skills fail us. Listening, arguably, is the MOST IMPORTANT language skill. We are exposed to listening more than anything else. That's why we should always try to improve our skills.
When it comes to language learning, listening has always been my greatest challenge. It's easy for me to tune out, not pay attention, or just smile and nod my head. But if we truly want to learn a language well, we should try to accept it as a second language and not think of it as just a foreign language. Therefore, we should continuously practice our listening skills to help make us more confident and capable language learners.
In this lesson, we'll talk about 5 different tips to help you enhance your listening skills. Follow this advice, and you're English fluency is sure to improve. Afterwards, you'll no longer have to ask people to repeat themselves.
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"They" as a singular pronoun of indefinite gender and indefinite number


source: Speak English with Christina      2017年5月1日
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# Whether "they" should be used as a singular pronoun in formal writing is still a bit controversial. (cf. https://www.dailywritingtips.com/is-...)

Phrasal Verbs with 'Down'


source: Gerry English Expressions     2016年5月5日
There are many phrasal verbs in English. There are many phrasal verbs with 'down'. Most of the time, these phrasal verbs mean 'to reduce ___'. Gerry explains with example sentences.

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Sentence connectors


source: Your English Web      2016年8月26日
In this English lesson you will see how we use some common connectors in English to help you speak and write English more fluently.
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The Past Continuous Tense: The Grammar Gameshow Episode 9


source: BBC Learning English         2017年12月6日

Learn Awesome English Vocabulary....at IKEA!


source: Interactive English    2017年9月12日
Have you ever been to IKEA? Can you name all the furniture they have in English. Well, we're going to give it a try.
In this lesson, we wander the massive aisles of IKEA and show you some of the different items they have. Watch and see if you can name everything in the lesson.
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Everyday Grammar: Check in, Check up


source: VOA Learning English      2018年1月14日
Originally published at - https://learningenglish.voanews.com/a...

ENGLISH CONVERSATION – GROCERY STORE


source: Rachel's English      2018年1月16日
Study real English conversation to understand how Americans speak and study stress – the contrast of longer syllables vs. very short, reduced words. Come grocery shopping with me and a friend – we study the conversation so you can understand everything that’s said and improve listening comprehension. Learn how to imitate Americans to improve English fluency.
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CNN 10 | February 16, 2018


source: Karl be ba     2018年2月15日
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News Review: South Africa: reports ANC tell Zuma to go


source: BBC Learning English         2018年2月13日
Reports from South Africa say that the ANC have asked President Zuma to step down. Dan and Catherine teach you the language the world's media is using to discuss this story.

Vocabulary:
fumbles: does something ineffectively or awkwardly
seesaws: changes repeatedly between two states
digs in (his) heels: refuses to co-operate
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Pick up Lines / Practice English with Paul


source: Practice English with Paul     2015年6月22日
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Mindhunter Phrasal Verbs 4


source: MrSkypelessons       2018年1月15日
Learn Phrasal Verbs with Mindhunter. More TV show lessons are available on my website: https://www.skype-lessons.com/english...

4 English phrasal verbs with "up"


source: Speak English with Christina      :2017年4月25日
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Modals: May and Might


source: Gerry English Expressions     2016年6月13日

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IELTS Reading: Read faster & remember more


source: EnglishLessons4U     2018年1月3日
On the IELTS Reading section, you have 60 minutes to read 3 different text passages (2200–3000 words) and answer 40 questions! That's CRAZY!!! To do well on the IELTS Reading, whether General or Academic, you NEED to be able to read quickly, and you NEED to be able to quickly identify important information. In this video, I'll share with you some of my tips on speed reading and also some tricks on how to quickly find the most important details in a paragraph. Your road to BAND 9 starts here!
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Participle clauses with the Perfect participle


source: Your English Web     2016年7月1日
In this lesson you will learn how we use the perfect participle in participle clauses to emphasise and show result.
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English Listening Practice (Advanced Level): Top 10 topics Part 1


source: Helena Daily English     2017年5月10日
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English in a Minute: Take With a Grain of Salt


source: VOA Learning English         2018年1月13日
What does salt have to do with suspicion? Watch this week's EIM to learn all about this expression.
Originally published at - https://learningenglish.voanews.com/a...

# take (something) with a pinch of salt
To consider or evaluate something, such as a statement, while keeping in mind that it may not be completely true or accurate, typically due to the unreliability of the source. I heard that you can get a free movie ticket if you wear red, but Kevin told me that, so I'm going to take it with a pinch of salt. Take whatever that paper publishes with a pinch of salt—it's really a tabloid.
# take something with a pinch of salt and take something with a grain of salt
Fig. to listen to a story or an explanation with considerable doubt. You must take anything she says with a grain of salt. She doesn't always tell the truth. They took my explanation with a pinch of salt. I was sure they didn't believe me.
(source: https://idioms.thefreedictionary.com/take+with+a+grain+of+salt)

Present Perfect vs Simple Past Tense! Differences? Ask Alisha


source: Learn English with EnglishClass101.com      2018年1月15日
In this video, Alisha answers 8 questions.
- I am confused because I don't know differences between Present Perfect Tense and Simple Past Tense well
- What's the difference between ""one year"" and ""a year""?
- I drink coffee two TO three times a day / I drink coffee two OR three times a day. Which one is correct?
- ""I've never been to Japan. I've never been to Japan before."" My questions is... if you put ""before"" at the end of those sentences, does it mean you are in Japan right now?
- My question is that, where do we use """"wanna'' and """"gonna'' and how?
- When could i use the expression ""take for granted""?
- What is the difference between wish and desire?
- Hey Alisha, What's the difference between maybe, probably, perhaps, and possibly?

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Relationship Vocabulary 4 - Breaking up


source: Practice English with Paul       2015年6月22日
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00:34 to drift apart
01:15 to fall apart
01:55 to be distant (to)
02:14 to be at each other’s throats
02:29 to have a domestic
03:08 our marriage is on the rocks
03:37 things aren’t working out
04:08 to lose feelings
04:22 to call it a day
04:47 to separate (-ion)
05:07 to dump someone (to get dumped)
06:26 it’s over! We’re through!

Learn Multiple English Expressions with ’10 Animal Names’ | Improve you ...


source: Learn English with Let's Talk      2018年1月21日
Spoken English is strange and funny, especially for non-native English speakers. Do you know you could use animal names to describe good and bad things in English? In this English speaking lesson, you are learning to use Animal names to describe different things based on the behaviour of that animal. It’s going to help you to learn animal names which mean completely different things. Some of these animal names are quite interesting and would help you to expand your English vocabulary and speak fluent English.
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Duck – to dodge (verb) or a Sitting duck – a helpless victim or target
Dog – a wicked person (adjective) or Dog – to continuously question a person about something (verb)
Cat – a stylish lady or cat – someone who is witty and clever
Bear – a man who has a huge built, is hairy, resembles a bear or teddy bear- someone who is very warm and huggable.
Fox – a foxy woman is a sexy woman but when a man is called a fox, it means that he is cunning, can cheat easily and cannot be trusted.
Bird – can be used in place of a person, or bird breed – an insulting way of saying that someone is not intelligent. A man could also refer to a woman as a bird, to describe a beautiful woman.
Turkey – used to talk about someone who is not intelligent or cold turkey means to talk about something that is completely over or stopped like when going on a diet, you could say, “I have quit fried food cold turkey.
Tiger – a man who is fierce, especially a sportsperson who need to win be fierce to win a game.
Horse – Horsey is an adjective to talk about a person who as a long and ugly face. To horse around means to be loud, noisy and to be rough, mostly used with kids.
Bitch – used for a woman is considered rude, mean, who insults everyone, but it is an abuse so should be avoided.

CNN 10 | February 15 2018


source: ABC Native English         2018年2月14日

25 Words Learners Mispronounce | English Pronunciation Lesson


source: Interactive English      2017年9月9日
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Stop translating in your head & think directly in English


source: Speak English with Christina   2017年4月18日
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Confusing English � Be Used To Doing / Used to Do / Get Used To


source: To Fluency      2018年1月11日
Take the quiz on this here: https://www.tofluency.com/quiz-used/
This English lesson explains the difference between:
- be used to doing something
- used to do something
- get used to doing something
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25 of the Most Common Phrasal Verbs #7: look after / look up / make out


source: Gerry English Expressions     2018年1月13日
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Compound Adjectives in English


source: Espresso English     2018年1月11日
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How to Use Should in English - English Modal Verbs


source: Oxford Online English      2017年1月31日
See the full version: http://www.oxfordonlineenglish.com/vi...
The full version includes the script and exercises to help you understand this topic fully.
Like most modal verbs, should has many different meanings and can be used in many different ways.

In this lesson, you can learn:
- The basic meaning of 'should.'
- How to make sentences with 'should'.
- How to use 'should' to give advice in English.
- How to express your opinions with 'should'.
- How to use 'should' in the past.
- How to use 'should' to talk about probability.

Some and Any: The Grammar Gameshow Episode 8


source: BBC Learning English         2017年11月29日

English Conversation Practice: Common topics in Daily Life Part 1


source: Helena Daily English      2017年5月3日
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CNN 10 - February 14, 2018 | Political Instability Swirls in South Africa | CNN Student News


source: NEWS with Subtitles     2018年2月13日
Wednesday's show takes you to South Africa, Haiti, and the U.S. Our first report examines political instability surrounding calls for South Africa's president to step down. Our second is part of CNN's Freedom Project; it's aimed at shedding light on human trafficking in some of Haiti's orphanages. And our third shows you how dog-like robots are getting advanced enough to open doors.
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Relationship Vocabulary 3 - Cheating


source: Practice English with Paul      2015年6月22日
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00:25 to commit adultery
00:43 to be promiscuous
01:30 play around, fool around, sleep around
02:08 to be touchy-feely
02:53 to cheat on someone
03:18 to have a bit on the side
03:34 to have a love affair / to have a lover
03:55 to have a fling
04:23 to have a one night stand
04:48 to be unfaithful to someone

35 words that begin with the letter U


source: LearnAmericanEnglishOnline        2018年1月26日

Mindhunter Phrasal Verbs 3


source: MrSkypelessons     2018年1月10日
Learn Phrasal Verbs with Mindhunter. More TV show lessons are available on my website: https://www.skype-lessons.com/english...

How to use GET PASSIVE


source: Englishing      2018年1月14日
Get can be used in various ways: by itself (having a myriad of meanings), with adjectives, with particles (prepositions or adverbs), with ready and use in passive sentences. In this lesson Marc actually talks about get used in passive sentences. Besides reviewing all the other uses of GET, he will discuss the meaning of GET used in a passive way.
This lesson is intended for intermediate students who wish to improve their English grammar, and for those above levels who wish to clear up doubts about this topic.

Using Social Media to Learn English (Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, Snapc...


source: Interactive English      2017年9月5日
We highly recommend you use social media (Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, Snapchat) to get more exposure to the language.
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Stop translating in your head & think directly in English


source: Speak English with Christina       2017年4月18日
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Learn English in 90 minutes - The Best of 2017


source: Learn English with EnglishClass101.com      2018年1月12日
With this video compilation you'll be able to catch up with the best lessons of 2017, and review English phrases to master the language!
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Independent and Dependent Clauses


source: Gerry English Expressions      2016年5月20日

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How to understand native English speakers: "Whaddya...?"


source: JamesESL English Lessons (engVid)       2018年1月17日
Why is it so hard to understand native English speakers? Because we use relaxed speech. Most English speakers will combine words, leave out letters, and even change letters! But you can understand by learning how and why these changes happen. And when you understand, your pronunciation and comprehension will improve. In this lesson, I'll explain some of the most common pronunciation changes that English speakers make, so that you can understand what native speakers are saying. Once you learn these changes, practice listening for them with native speakers, or with your favorite English shows or movies. Find some usages of relaxed speech in a show or movie and tell me in the comments what you found.
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if, if only, wish, it's time + past tense for present or future situations that are unreal or impossible


source:Your English Web        2016年4月19日
In this English grammar lesson you will learn how we use the UNREAL PAST - past tenses used after WISH, IF ONLY, IF, WOULD RATHER, IT'S TIME... to talk about present or future situations that are unreal or impossible.
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Verb Patterns: The Grammar Gameshow Episode 7


source: BBC Learning English      2017年11月22日

American English Speaking Conversation with idioms: Top 10 Topics in Life - Sec 2


source: Helena Daily English     2017年4月24日
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Let's Learn English Level 2 Lesson 16: Find Your Joy!


source: VOA Learning English      2018年1月10日
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Adjectives to describe your colleagues – Business English Vocabulary


source: Learn English with Let's Talk       2018年1月11日
If you are a working professional you spend a lot of time with your co-workers & colleagues. So, why not learn some useful English vocabulary to describe them. In this English lesson, you would learn some positive and negative adjectives to describe your work colleagues and co-workers. When you work with people for long hours, you certainly develop a relationship with them and get to know them better. You could use these useful adjectives to expand your vocabulary and describe one's qualities by choosing the right word that suits them.
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Positive adjectives to describe your co-workers
Trustworthy – Someone on whom you could completely rely on and trust them is a trustworthy person. These people are very honest in their dealings.

Responsible – Someone how puts in a lot of effort in their duty and are very hardworking. They always make sure they complete their task on time and before the deadline.

Ethical – Someone who is honest and deals with high moral and principles is ethical in their dealings.

Diligent – When someone concentrates on details or in other words micromanages things could be called as a diligent co-worker. They are never distracted by what’s happening in the surrounding.

Obedient – Moreover, this word implies to kids, but could also be used to talk about someone who complies with the rules and regulations strictly. The always follow their bosses voice or instructions.

Negative adjectives to describe your co-workers
Belligerent – There are people who are always on their toes to pick up a fight. They just want to have an argument on everything. They are really annoying and spoil the work environment.

Finicky – There are some co-workers who pay a lot of attention to silly and unimportant things; such people could be called as finicky. They are quite fussy and picky about things around them.

Gullible – Someone who could be easily tricked is called gullible. Such people could be easily fooled. It’s not a good quality one could have.

Inconsiderate – The simplest word to describe an inconsiderate person is rude. They just don’t care about someone’s emotions or feelings. They are disrespectful to others and embarrass you often.

Malicious – These are mean people who harass and insult you. They are evil in nature.

CNN 10 - February 13, 2018 | the definition of a stock market correction...


source: NEWS with Subtitles       2018年2月12日
The Trump Administration releases an infrastructure plan, we define a stock market correction, and two artists use spray paint to create murals with messages.
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The adjective TOUGH and its uses


source: Practice English with Paul      2015年6月22日
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00:45 tough material
00:56 tough meat
01:23 a tough man
01:40 a tough teacher
02:43 a tough part of town
03:21 a tough winter

10 Common Slang Words Americans Use All the Time


source: Interactive English      2017年9月2日
You may not use slang in the classroom, but you'll definitely use it in the streets. Because slang is a part of everyday English and you may hear it all the time. So that's why we're going to teach you some popular American slang.
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How to be polite in English, with Leandra King -


source: Speak English with Christina     2017年4月11日
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How to Pronounce Contractions: 81 Contractions in American English


source: Speak English With Vanessa          2018年1月12日
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Asking for and Giving Personal Information in English


source: Learn English with EnglishClass101.com       2018年1月11日
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R Controlled Vowels - Speak English Like a Native-Speaker


source: Gerry English Expressions     2016年11月24日
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How to learn fluent English - plan for success.


source: Simple English Videos     2018年1月12日
Do you want to learn fluent English? I've been teaching English for forty years and I'm sharing some secrets - things I've found work for my students that can work for you too. Good goals and plans will help you learn English faster.
In part one (https://www.simpleenglishvideos.com/l...) we looked at how to set goals, and here we look at how you can turn your goals into an action plan. Good goals and good plans can make learning English simple.
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Uncountable Nouns - English Grammar Lesson


source: Oxford Online English    2017年5月12日
Do you know the difference between countable and uncountable nouns? The basic difference is quite simple, but this topic still needs attention. Often, countable and uncountable nouns are different in different languages. Also, some nouns can be both countable and uncountable with different meanings! We'll look at these ideas in this lesson, and you can see how uncountable nouns work in English. See the full version: https://www.oxfordonlineenglish.com/v...
What’s the difference between paper and a paper? Why do we say trousers are… but news is…? Why can’t you say, 'Can you give me an advice'? You’ll learn the answers to all these questions in this lesson.

In this lesson you can learn:
- The basic rules of uncountable nouns.
- How to tell which nouns are uncountable.
- How some nouns can be both countable and uncountable.
- About uncountable nouns that are always in the plural form.
- Ways to make uncountable nouns countable.

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Be Going To: The Grammar Gameshow Episode 6


source: BBC Learning English        2017年11月15日

American English Speaking Conversation with idioms: Top 10 Topics in Life


source: Helena Daily English     2017年3月25日
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Relationship Vocabulary 2 - Getting married


source: Practice English with Paul       2015年6月22日
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00:20 to propose to someone 
00:39 to pop the question
01:08 to get on one knee 
01:20 to ask for one's hand in marriage 
01:43 to be/to get engaged 
02:29 engagement/ wedding ring
02:38 engagement party 
02:53 to tie the knot 
03:18 to get married (hitched to...), to be married to someone, to marry
04:34 wedding
05:13 reception
05:29 honeymoon (phase)

CNN 10 - February 12, 2018 | A look at how athletes' fitness is often mental as well as physical


source: NEWS with Subtitles      2018年2月11日
Today's topics include a new budget for the U.S. government, and a look at the mental fitness of Olympic athletes.
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How to Pronounce 10 Difficult Words | British English Pronunciation


source: ETJ English        2018年1月18日
Let's learn 10 difficult words and how to pronounce them with a perfect British English accent. Everything I teach in this video is related to the modern British pronunciation we hear in the South of England.
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