EE's Twitter Vids #1: *go overboard *in the nick of time *make up to *make up for *catch up with *in a jiffy

source: Gerry English Expressions      2018年1月3日
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*go overboard
*in the nick of time
*make up to
*make up for
*catch up with
*in a jiffy

Let's Learn English Level 2 Lesson 18: Flour Baby, Part 2

source: VOA Learning English     2018年2月1日
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Prepositions - How to Use To, In, and At

source: Oxford Online English       2017年6月20日
In this lesson, we’re going to look at the English prepositions to, in and at. You can learn how to use the English prepositions to, in and at in spoken or written English.
A good way to understand and learn the difference between English prepositions is to look at them in groups. That way you can compare and contrast them. We’re going to look at to, in and at together because they can be used to talk about place.
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In this lesson, you'll learn how to:
- Use 'to' when you want to talk about movement.
- Correctly use 'in' to explain being surrounded by something.
- Find ways to use 'at' when you want to describe the opposite of movement.
- Recognize differences between 'to', 'in', and 'at'.
- Understand grammar exceptions to these rules.

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Difference between – There, Their and They’re (They are) – English Gramm...

source: Learn English with Let's Talk       2018年1月15日
A very common mistake made by students of English while learning English is the difference between the words There, Their and They’re in written English. This mistake happens because these words sound the same and students as well as native speakers get confused with the context they are used while writing English. Now such words which sound the same but have completely different meanings are called Homophones in English.
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There is the exact opposite of the words Here. It means something is far from you, but not here.
• Where are my glasses?
• They are over there on the table.
There is also used to show that something exists, or to express existence.
There are many students studying in this college.

There is used to show possession, in other words it expresses that something belongs to someone.
• Their new apartment is big.
• Their children are quite naughty.

They’re –
The word they’re is a contraction of They + are.
• I think they’re crazy.
• They’re talking so loudly in the library.

CNN 10 - February 27, 2018 | A Change in China's Government

source: NEWS with Subtitles            2018年2月27日
A change in term limits for China's leadership: That's our first story today on CNN 10, and it's accompanied by an explanation of what it could mean for the world's most populated nation. We're also reporting on a teachers' strike in West Virginia and the manufacturing process for what could become the future of fabrics.
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Speaking English Fluently like Native Speakers through 901 perfect Engli...

source: Helena Daily English     2018年1月31日
This video helps people to unravel the complexity of multi-word verbs, preposition and adverb collocations and idiomatic expressions.
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How to Talk about the FUTURE | English Grammar Lesson

source: Interactive English       2018年1月6日
What does your future hold? After this lesson, you WILL be able to tell people about your future because I'm GOING TO teach you how to express future thoughts, ideas, and events.
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How to talk about your hobbies in English

source: Speak English with Christina     2017年5月31日
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How to Pronounce and Use the Top 33 Phrasal Verbs

source: Speak English With Vanessa    2018年1月26日
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50 Minutes of Advanced British English Listening Comprehension

source: Learn English with     2018年1月26日
In this video, you’ll challenge your British English listening comprehension skills. You will listen to small dialogues for Advanced Level by English native speakers.
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Break up Lines

source: Practice English with Paul      2015年6月24日
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How to say A, An and The in British and American English -The Schwa Vowel

source: Simple English Videos      2018年1月26日
In this lesson we look at how we say these words in British and American. You'll learn the rules we follow when words start with a vowel or consonant sound and also, how we pronounce the schwa vowel.
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