CNN Student News - January 12, 2016 - English Sub

source: Thanh Do     2016年1月12日
CNN Student News with subtitles.

Phrasal Verbs with PASS: pass up, pass away, pass out...

source: English Lessons with Adam      2016年1月10日
Don't pass up this opportunity to increase your vocabulary! In this lesson, we will look at common phrasal verbs using the verb "pass". You will learn how to reply politely if you hear someone has "passed away". You will also be prepared if someone says they will "pass by" your house soon. Do you know the difference between "pass out", "pass over", and "pass around"? Watch this lesson on useful English phrasal verbs to find out!

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English phrases to express shock

source: Learn English with Let's Talk     2016年1月10日
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# The phrases that you can use to describe how shocked you are,are as follows:
1. The news came as a complete shock
Example - His accident's news came as a complete shock for the family.
2. We are completely taken aback
Example - I was taken aback, when I heard about John's death.
3. I was just stunned
Example - I am just stunned with her behaviour towards her husband.
4. It's unbelievable
Example - It's unbelievable that they got married at this age.
5. Words can't describe how I feel about this ...
Example - Word's can't describe how I feel about this whole disaster.
6. There is no way it could have happened
Example - She is already married to Mike, how can she just marry someone else? There is no way it could have happened.

# Phrases to say how bad something is:
1. It's awful
2. What a terrible news
3. It's a tragedy

# Here are some words and phrases that we often use to talk about the immediate or long-term effects of a natural disaster or other sad event:
1. To come to terms with
Example - It will take us a few months to come to terms with what's happened in the city.
2. To give moral support
Example - We can only give the family some moral support.
3. To be better prepared
Example - Monitoring will only help us to be better prepared for such awful events.

I'm hungry (English Conversation For Beginners - Lesson 5)

source: Daily English Conversation       2016年1月10日
Lesson 5: I'm hungry.
A: Hi Sarah, how are you?
B: Fine, how are you doing?
A: OK.
B: What do you want to do?
A: I'm hungry. I'd like to eat something.
B: Where do you want to go?
A: I'd like to go to an Italian restaurant.
B: What kind of Italian food do you like?
A: I like spaghetti. Do you like spaghetti?
B: No, I don't, but I like pizza.
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source: 美国之音中文网       2013年1月11日
1. at the end of one's rope无计可施;
2. Drastic times calls for drastic measures.非常时期需要非常手段;
3. Homebody 宅男宅女;
4. To be on top of things 控制全局;
5. To rub off on 产生影响;
6. When the going gets tough, the tough get going. 苦难时期,方显英雄本色。
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Don't Wanna Mess Up!--OMG!美语

source: 美国之音中文网      2015年11月2日
话题:The first job and interview
Don't wanna mess up 不想搞砸了
I start my first job tomorrow and I am so nervous! I don't wanna mess up.
impress someone 给别人留下深刻印象
Day 1 第一天
I want to impress my boss on Day 1.
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