The Many Meanings of "LOAD" in English

source: Learn English with Emma    2016年2月24日
How many meanings does the word "load" have? What about "loaded"? In this video, you'll learn some of the common ways we use these words. We'll cover formal, informal, and slang uses of these words. In English, expressions based on one word can have so many different meanings! For example, did you know that "I'm loaded" can mean "I'm drunk" or "I'm rich"? You'll also see expressions such as "a load off my chest", "a shitload", "free loader", "a load of rubbish", and many more. I will also show you some great strategies to help your learning and understanding of new vocabulary. After you watch the video, review these expressions by taking the quiz at , and practice using them with your friends!

5 Phrasal Verbs with GET - get up, get along, get ahead, get by, get together

source: English Lessons with Alex  2013年5月6日 "Get" is a tricky word. It is also a very popular verb in English phrasal verbs. Learn 5 of them in this essential lesson and you will definitely get ahead! After the lesson, take the quiz here:

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Easy English Conversation - Part 2

source: Daily English Conversation   2016年2月5日
21. Getting A Visa – 00:01
22. Employing a new member – 00:16
23. A Date (1) – 00:45
24. What did you do yesterday? – 01:24
25. Travelling by Air – 01:55
26. At the Customs – 02:31
27. A New Baby – 03:10
28. Is English Difficult? – 03:33
29. Washing His Car – 03:59
30. At the Restaurant 04:19
31. When's the Baby Due? – 04:41
32. Bus Stop – 05:01
33. Gardening – 05:43
34. A Lazy Boy – 06:05
35. Can I Drive There? – 06:34
36. A New Dress – 06:57
37. A Picnic – 07:17
38. I'm Going Skiing – 07:35
39. Traffic Rules (1) – 07:53
40. Housework – 08:12
41. Oral Exams – 08:57
42. Would You Call me? – 09:50

Louis Pasteur (Learn English via Listening Level 3 - Lesson 1)

source: Daily English Conversation    2016年2月16日


source:  2012年9月11日 You've seen the words other, the other, and another before, but in this lesson you'll see how they are used to identify numbers (plural/singular), a prior reference, and as transitions in essays, such as those on the IELTS and TOEFL. You'll also understand how to use 'otherwise' and 'other than' as expressions. Take a quiz on this lesson at .

English Conversation 22

source: Van Trung    2015年3月23日
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