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Advanced English Homophones – different words that sound the same!

source: Learn English with Alex [engVid]      2017年12月6日
Congratulations! You have discovered the advanced English homophones level! By now, you should be pretty comfortable with the material covered in the beginner and intermediate homophone videos, and you're probably looking for an extra challenge. Well, don't worry. I've got you covered. In this video, I look at numerous words in English that are pronounced the same but which are spelled differently. Here's a small sample: "bald" and "bawled," "air" and "heir," "horse" and "hoarse," and "retch" and "wretch." Is any of this English vocabulary new to you? Good! Check out the video to learn their meanings, and learn to tell the difference between them. If you haven't watched my beginner and intermediate homophone videos, make sure to watch them now:
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How to Improve Your English Speaking Skills? Ask Alisha

source: Learn English with     2017年12月16日
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In this video, Alisha answers 12 questions.
- What is the use of ""get"" + adverb/preposition? For example, ""I get down""?
- What is the difference between simple past tense and past continuous tense?
- What's the difference between ""on time"" and ""in time""? Is it ""You arrived just on time"" or ""you arrived just in time""?
- What is the difference between ""shade"" and ""shadow""?
- You talked about ""lit"" as slang. Can you please talk about the verb ""light"" and using it in active and passive?
- Can you talk about ""ride"" and its uses, like ""take someone for a ride""? Can I ""take"" a ride?
- What does ""you're too good to be true"" mean? Is it good, or not?
- What's the difference between ""can"" and ""may""? I saw this on the dining like a champ cheat sheet and I noticed these were both used with requests.
- Are ""where are you from"" and ""where were you born"" the same?
- How do we use ""gotta"" in the negative form?
- I need to improve my spoken English and my vocabulary. How do I do that?
- Is it correct to learn several languages at the same time?

CNN 10 | January 10 2018 with English Subtitles

source: Mathew Smith       2018年1月9日
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Euphemistic Phrasal Verbs

source: VOA Learning English      2017年12月3日
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10 Spooky, Scary, Amazing - Halloween Idioms

source: Interactive English    2017年10月30日
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[POSTCARD FROM THE USA] A typical American high school activity

source: Speak English with Christina      2017年8月28日
Meet Cameron, an American high school student, who tells us about what its like being drum captain.
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Dropping the R-Controlled Vowel

source: Gerry English Expressions        2016年12月15日
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Learn Vocabulary Through Conversation: ORDER

source: Speak English With Vanessa      2017年12月5日

American Business Slang Words used in English conversation – Advanced En...

source: Learn English with Let's Talk     2017年12月14日
If you receive an email from your co-worker with some business slang words, you might keep wondering what does that word really mean. Most dictionaries don’t list slang words. These words come from the society, and you and me can make them by combining or breaking words. In today’s English lesson you will learn some commonly used Business Slang words, you would come across while interacting with the executive class and the working force. Some of these English slang words are extremely funny and some convey a lot more. In this Business English lesson with Michelle, she teaches you these business slang words in an interesting way with the help of a story. We are sure you would find this lesson interesting and learn how to use these slang words in your conversation.

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GRAMMAR: the past perfect tense

source: BBC Learning English         2015年8月18日
Time to learn a useful tense for telling stories – the past perfect tense. In fact, you could say it's perfect for stories! We've got two quizzes to test you, and then it's time for 6 Minute Grammar.
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Speak English Fluently like an American ...

source: Helena Daily English      2016年11月12日
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Bob works as a manager in a furniture store. Peter, his boss, is not happy about sales. Bob's new advertising campaign hasn't helped. Peter decides to fire him.
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✪ English Phrases and idioms 2016: Top 125 Phrases You Must Learn to Spe...

source: Helena Daily English       2016年11月21日
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91. make sure means to make certain, to establish something without a doubt
Example: I want to make sure that my friend is going to meet me tomorrow.
92. more or less means somewhat, to some extent
Example: I more or less have decided to study business next year.
93. no matter means regardless
Example: No matter how hard that I try, my piano teacher is never satisfied.
94. not at all means certainly not
Example: I am not at all happy with my new computer.
95. of course means certainly, definitely, naturally
Example: Of course you can use my car if you want to.
96. on the other hand means however, in contrast, looking at the opposite side of a matter
Example: He is very intelligent but on the other hand he is very lazy and always gets low marks at school.
97. on time means at the scheduled time, exactly at the correct time, punctually
Example: Our train arrived exactly on time.
98. once again means again, one more time, once more
Example: I tried once again to phone my boss at his home .
99. open to (something) means to be agreeable to learn or hear about new ideas or suggestions
Example: Most members of the class were open to the teacher’s ideas.
100. pick up (something) means to get or receive something
Example: I will pick up my dry cleaning tomorrow. I picked up a copy of the newspaper at the station.