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Vocabulary & Phrases to talk about 'SEX & PEOPLE' - Advanced English Lesson

source: Learn English with Let's Talk       2017年12月1日
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In this Advanced English lesson, Ceema is going to teach some new vocabulary relating to sex and people.. Well we have your attention already because of the topic. Um...well the reason why this English lesson topic is brought up because sex and people a really big deal, right? Well there are some people who indulge in too much of sex, there are some people who indulge in normal to moderate sex and there are some crazy people who indulge in no sex at all. We have certain words that we use to describe such people. There are different kinds of people relating to their sex appetite, so let's look at a few of these words and see how we can apply them.

Easy: This word is used mainly for females. A girl is called easy when she is ready for sex easily. So someone who is open to having sex easily, is called easy.

Tight: also called tight assed. A tight person is inhibited in sexual matters. A person who is conventional and doesn’t given in easily.

Hard to get: A person who pretends that he/she doesn’t want to get involved. They make the other person chase them.

Slut/Whore: A prostitute or a commercial sex worker
Frigid: A person who is sexually unresponsive.

Bang worthy: Someone who is attractive and hot, usually enjoys one night stand.

Man whore: is a guy who sleeps around just like a whore does.

Casanova: A Casanova is a person who is a sweet and a smooth talker. He knows how to charm women to get them in bed.

Boy toy: a person who gives a woman sexual pleasure after her break up.

Sadist: someone who enjoys inflicting pain on others, sometimes in a sexual sense

Cougar: A woman who pursues younger men
Paedophile: A person who likes to indulge in sexual activities with children.

Incest: A person who indulges in sexual relation with close family members.

Kinky: Kinky is used for anything that is unusual and not normal. So, a person with unusual sexual behaviour is called kinky.

Phrases invented by Shakespeare 2

source: Simple English Videos       2017年12月1日
William Shakespeare is the greatest English poet and writer who’s ever lived. Although he died 400 years ago, there are hundreds of words and phrases Shakespeare invented that we still use today.
English native speakers use them all the time, without realizing where they come from.
So let's learn English with William Shakespeare!
In this video we'll learn the meaning of the phrases:
in stitches
all that glitters
bated breath
for goodness sake
seen better days
haven't slept and wink
teeth on edge

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Learn English through Stories – The CHRISTMAS story (Vocabulary)

source: Learn English with Let's Talk       2017年12月23日
This English lesson is an attempt to teach you English through stories, where you could improve your listening skills and learn some great vocabulary and phrases for daily English conversation.
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The meanings of some difficult words from the story:

1. Betrothed- the person to whom one is engaged.
For ex: Mary was betrothed to Joseph.

2. Conceived- the moment when a woman becomes pregnant
For ex: Mary was conceived by the Holy Spirit, which means she was going to bear a child even though she was a virgin. And that’s why Mary was petrified. Now, what does that mean?

3. Petrified- when you are so scared that you are unable to move.
For example: In this story, Mary was so scared to see the angel that she couldn’t move, so she was petrified.

4. Humbled & Wonderstruck- So humbled means you feel very less about yourself because of something that someone has done for you and Wonderstruck is when you are surprised or amazed.
For example: Here Mary was humbled and wonderstruck to know that she was chosen to give birth to God’s own Son.

5. Immanuel- This is a common English name meaning- God with Us and it is also another name of Jesus Christ.
6. Inexplicably- something for which there is no explanation.
For example: Mary got pregnant inexplicably as she was still a virgin.

7. Nonplussed- so surprised and confused that you are unsure how to react.
For example: Joseph here is nonplussed to find out that his TO BE wife is already pregnant.

8. Infidelity- to cheat your husband by having an affair with someone outside your marriage.
For example: Joseph’s first thought was that Mary had committed infidelity again him, which was at that time a….

9. Grave social stigma- this means, when someone is not accepted in the society due to some illness or something they have done.
For example: So, if Joseph decided to tell everyone that Mary was pregnant outside their marriage, she would have to face social stigma.

10. Initial reaction- this is your first reaction upon hearing a news.
For Example: As soon as Joseph got to know Mary was pregnant, his initial reaction was to break his engagement with her.

11. Make it public- But then he decided not to make it public, which means, he decided to keep this matter a secret.

12. Verify- means to confirm
For example: So, to Mary’s rescue, an angel came to verify her story in Joseph’s dream.

13. Public humiliation- Embarrassment in front of everyone
For example: Joseph married Mary to save her form public humiliation.
14. Decreed- past of the word decree, which means to give out a law
For example: So, here the King decreed that a census would be taken. Now what really is a Census?

15. Census- it means an official count of the total population
For example: For the census Joseph and Mary had to go to their hometown Bethlehem to register which means to get their names written down.

16. Overrun- occupied by too many people
For example: in Bethlehem the guesthouse was overrun that’s why Mary had to give birth in a….

17. Crude stable/Manger- which means a simple place where horses and cattle as in cows, donkeys etc. live.

18. Hallelujah- There came the wise men from East singing Hallelujah i.e. a combination of two Hebrew words meaning "Praise ye the Lord."

The 12 Days of Christmas – Sing and Learn English!

source: Learn English with Gill (engVid)    2017年12月24日
Learn English with a funny traditional Christmas song. In the UK and in North America, people love to sing Christmas songs during the December holiday season. You'll hear these songs playing in shops at this time as well. You won't really be able to avoid these songs no matter what, even if you HATE them, so it would help if you understood the words to one or two of them, right? Because these songs have been around for a long time, you'll learn different vocabulary from these songs than you would from current pop music. Expand your vocabulary and your lungs at the same time and sing along with me!

GRAMMAR: How to use present tenses

source: BBC Learning English      2015年7月7日
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IELTS Listening test 24.11.2017 with ANSWERS | BEST TEST - 2017

source: Official IELTS Listening test     2017年11月23日
IELTS ACADEMIC band 9 material.
The IELTS Listening test will take about 30 minutes, and you will have an extra 10 minutes to transfer your answers to the answer sheet.
The four parts of this practice Listening test are presented over four separate web pages. Make sure you move swiftly from one page to the next so that your practice is as realistic as possible.
Download the question paper and blank answer sheet before you start, and write your answers on the question paper while you are listening. Use a pencil.
Listen to the instructions for each section of the test carefully. Answer all of the questions.
There are 40 questions altogether. Each question carries one mark.
For each part of the test, there will be time for you to look through the questions and time for you to check your answers.
When you have completed all four parts of the Listening test you will have ten minutes to copy your answers on to a separate answer sheet.
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How to Answer "How long have you been here?" Present Perfect English Gra...

source: Go Natural English with Gabby Wallace    2017年11月23日
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Can Reading in English Help You Improve Your Fluency? Kate Explains

source: To Fluency     2017年11月28日
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How to compliment someone's clothes

source: Learn English with Papa Teach Me    2017年11月29日
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Present Perfect Tense

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In this English grammar lesson you will learn how to use the present perfect tense in English. You will know how to use it to express a life experience that happened at an unspecific or unimportant. You will be able to use it as well to express an action that started in the past and continues to the present, or the effect of that action.
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source: LearnAmericanEnglishOnline    2017年11月20日
There are many different ways to use the word "so." In this video, an English teachers shows how the word "so" is used with adjectives.

Conversation Practice with Subtitles--Level 1: Hana Daily English

source: Helena Daily English    2016年5月13日
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1. Where are you from?
2. Do you speak English?
3. What's your name?
4. Asking directions.
5. I'm hungry.
6. Do you want something to drink?
7. That's too late.
8. Choosing a time to meet.
9. When do you want to go?
10. Ordering food.
11. Now or later?
12. Do you have enough money?
13. How have you been?
14. Introducing a friend.
15. Buying a shirt.
16. Asking about location.
17. Do you know the address?
18. Vacation to Canada.
19. Who is that woman?
20. Common questions.
21. The supermarket is closed.
22. Do you have any children?
23. Help with pronunciation.
24. I lost my wallet.
25. Phone call at work.
26. Family trip.
27. I went shopping.
28. What kind of music do you like?
29. Going to the library.
30. Where do your parents live?
31. Can you help me find a few things?
32. Paying for dinner.
33. Buying a plane ticket.
34. Putting things in order."

Idioms and Phrases with Meaning and Example: Lesson 14

source: Helena Daily English     2017年4月14日
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1. To take the scenic route means: Jokingiy, to get lost and take a long time to reach a destination.
2. Off the beaten track. Remote, faraway, hard to get to, and not
very well known means: Notice that you can also say “off the beaten path."
3. Mixed-up means: Confused.
4. It will be a cold day in hell before something happens means: It is highly unlikely or improbable that something will happen.
5. The middle of nowhere means: A very remote place, especially someplace wild and far away from people or towns.