BBC News Review: A solution to plastic pollution?

source: BBC Learning English        2018年4月17日
Scientists have discovered an enzyme that could be used to break down some commonly used plastics. Dan and Catherine teach you the language the world's media is using to discuss this story.

Key words and phrases
inadvertently: unintentionally
devour: eat eagerly
usher in: (here) cause an activity or process to start

Phrasal Verbs for Organizing Things

source: Simple English Videos      2018年3月16日
Learn the meanings of common phrasal verbs like tidy up, throw away, lying around, put away, sort out, hang up, hang on, come across and more. In this video English lesson you'll see Jay and Vicki organizing their props and costumes and see how they use the phrasal verbs in action.

Inverted Conditionals & Even if, Only if, Unless

source: JenniferESL      2018年2月22日
0:06 Introduction
1:02 Answers to Lesson 9 task: using UNLESS
4:30 Answers to Lesson 9 Bonus task
8:33 Summarizing the use of UNLESS, ONLY IF, EVEN IF
7:53 New task with "even if it kills me"
10:12 Inverted conditionals
12:40 Bonus question

Mr, Mrs, Ms - How to Address People?

source: Learn English with      2018年3月17日
In this video, Alisha answers 5 questions.
- Have you ever cried in a film? Have you ever cried at film? My question is about preposition ""in"",""at"". Which sentence is correct?
- Why the verbs like ""bury"", ""hurry"", ""study"", ""tidy"", ""try""..., are in the Irregular verb list? Their Past Simple and Past Participle forms have -ed ending like other regular verbs.
- What's the difference between these words: Interior & Internal? Exterior & External?
- How to politely address unfamiliar women and men? 'Lady, miss, Mrs., mister, sir'?
- What are the differences between test, exam, quiz and questionnaire, and when I should use each of them?

Fixed Modal Expressions: Easy English sentences to memorize and use!

source: Learn English with Alex [engVid]       2018年3月21日
In this lesson, you will learn 10+ fixed sentences that use modals. "Fixed" means that they do not change. You just use the whole sentence without changing it. That makes these kinds of sentences very useful for improving your English quickly. By the time you finish this lesson, you will sound more natural and confident when speaking English in many different situations. The fixed modal expressions covered in this video include: "You can say that again", "I couldn't help it", "I would if I could", "You would've loved it", "You shouldn't have", and more!