CNN Student News March 18, 2016 with English subtitles

source: CNN Student News with Subtitles  2016年3月17日
March 18 2016 CNN Student News with subtitles, closed caption (You can click it on by yourself).

Difference between LAY and LIE

source: Espresso English   2016年3月10日
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You are Promoted! - Learn Business English Conversation

source: Twominute English   2013年6月13日
Everyone loves to move ahead in their career and that's what we work hard for. In this English language lesson we will see conversations that demonstrate what to say when you are being promoted.
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A lot, alot, lots, allot

source: Learn English with Emma  2012年11月7日 "A lot", "alot", "lots" or "allot"? These four small words cause confusion to native speakers of English and those learning English as a second language. This lesson will teach you the correct ways to use these words, with lots of examples. After watching the class, you can allot some time to taking our quiz:

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Grammar: 6 ways to use WILL

source: English Lessons with Alex  2015年5月28日
Is "will" only used to talk about the future? Yes. But there are many different contexts and uses of "will" that you might not be familiar with. Do you know what the difference is between "will" and "be going to"? These two are often confused, but you can learn how to use them correctly by watching this lesson. I will teach you six different ways you can use "will": future intentions, promises, predictions, confirmations of place and time, order of events, and goodbyes. Take this essential lesson, and never be confused between "will" and "be going to" again.

The Secret to English Vocabulary – How to remember more

source: Learn English with Rebecca  2015年3月9日
The secret to a rich vocabulary is to remember words and not just recognize them. I'll teach you a practical, easy way to increase your active vocabulary. Understand the difference between your productive and receptive skills. Find out why multiple-choice questions are easier than fill-in-the blank questions. Use these tips to boost your vocabulary for everyday life and get higher grades on the IELTS, TOEFL, TOEIC, SAT, ACT, GRE, GMAT, and other exams.

The History of the Eng... (Learn English via Listening Level 3 - Lesson 10)

source: Daily English Conversation    2016年2月27日

English Conversation 31

source: Trung Mai    2015年12月9日