CNN Student News March 23, 2016 with English subtitles

source: CNN Student News with Subtitles  2016年3月22日
March 23 2016 CNN Student News English sub for English Learners to learn English through cnn student news march 23 2016 with subtitles, closed caption

source: Thanh Do   2016年3月23日
CNN Student News with subtitles.

Basic English – How and when to use LOOK, SEE, and WATCH

source: Learn English with Gill    2016年3月4日
The words 'look', 'see', and 'watch' all seem to mean the same thing, so how do you decide which one to use? Today you'll learn how to use these words correctly! Native English speakers know when to use these words. But it can be difficult for English learners to understand the difference. For example, you can WATCH English lessons on engVid, LOOK for the quiz under each video, and SEE your score once you've completed it. I'll teach you the basic principle of when to use each one of these words and show you many examples, so that you can be sure that you are using them correctly. You'll also sharpen your comprehension skills by practicing looking at the context of sentences -- one of the keys to learning new vocabulary. Think you've mastered it? Take the quiz at to test yourself!

Learn English Phrases with the Word "What"

source: Espresso English     2016年3月3日
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Are You at Work? - Business English Lesson

source: Twominute English      2013年6月17日
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0:01 Welcome to Teaching you English through two-minute lessons.
0:07 In this lesson we will learn how to ask somebody why they are late to/from the office.
0:18 Hey Sara! Where are you?
0:21 Gosh...I’m still in the office!
0:24 But you told me you’d take a half-day!
0:27 Yeah...but so many people are absent today. I was asked to stay over time!
0:32 Geez...Sorry Sarah. I’m responsible for this too. I couldn’t make it to work either.
0:38 Hey, you know what? I think I can get out in an hour or so. Let me check with the boss!
0:44 Alright then. We are waiting for you!
0:52 Jack, are you at work?
0:55 I’m at Mr. Miller’s. I’ll be a little late tonite.
0:59 Mr. Miller’s? What are you doing there honey?
1:02 It’s his son’s birthday today. He gave us a surprise party at his house!
1:07 Oh! Well, when do you think you can be back?
1:10 I want to get out of here as soon I can. I had to come because he’s my boss, you know. Maybe another 15 minutes.
1:18 I will be waiting for you dear.
1:25 Hi Britney!
1:27 Hello there! I was wondering if you were on leave today.
1:27 Hello there! I was wondering if you were on leave today.
1:31 I am on my way, Britney. Just got late!
1:34 Traffic jam again?
1:36 Even worse! My car broke down.
1:39 Hey, that’s terrible! Do you need any help?
1:42 No. I got it towed. I took a cab.
1:45 Well, see you soon then.
1:52 Hello Britney.
1:54 Hello Mr. Miller.
1:55 Are you coming to the office today?
1:58 Yes, I am. I’m almost there.
2:01 You are so late today!
2:03 I’m sorry Mr. Miller but I had some car trouble.
2:06 I see. I didn’t know that.
2:09 Don’t worry, Sir. I will be in the office in 10 minutes.
2:16 But you told me you’d take a half-day!
2:22 I was asked to stay over time!
2:28 I think I can get out in an hour or so.
2:35 Are you at work?
2:39 What are you doing there honey?
2:44 When do you think you can be back?
2:49 I was wondering if you were on leave today.

Polite words that are useful for angry bosses.

source: Learn English with Let's Talk     2015年9月30日
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This business English lesson is about being diplomatic and polite when as a boss or manager you are feeling very angry ! Yes , its difficult to be polite when you are really angry. Imagine you are thinking of voicing your thoughts to an employee , subordinate or co-worker and you are about to be very frank about what you feel; now its advisable to not do so because you might end up hurting their feelings or coming across as too harsh or worse still … you may sound rude . As a boss its your duty to express your opinion without sounding too personal or judgmental . The list of words below are useful as they can be used to convey your frank thoughts politely .
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Incompetent – meaning someone whose work is not up to the mark .This word can be used when an employee is being lazy with regard to his work ; when he is missing deadlines, etc .Instead of calling the person “lazy” .. you can say that their work ethic is “incompetent”.

Unacceptable – meaning inappropriate or intolerable . This word can be used if someone at work is behaving badly .Instead of saying “ This is terrible/bad behavior !” … you can say, “This is unacceptable behavior.”

Impolite – meaning rude .When someone is being outright rude… you can let them know the same by calling their behavior “impolite” instead of rude . It sounds softer and more formal .

Expendable – meaning someone who can be easily replaced. When as a boss/manager you are really angry or annoyed …you cant possibly tell the employee , “If you continue like this .. I might have to fire you !” Instead, take the formal route and say something like , “You current actions or work ethic is making you extremely expendable to the company.” I am sure the message will reach

Irrelevant – meaning not pertaining to the matter /out of context . When someone is talking absolute nonsense , its best to say , “What you are saying , may be irrelevant to that matter at hand.”

Unsound – meaning not sensible. When someone is being stupid or sharing a stupid idea at work or in a meeting could replace the word ‘stupid’ with unsound and say , “I think your theory or idea is unsound.”

Ineffective – meaning not useful /useless. When you feel some one is sharing an idea or making a statement which is utter rubbish ; it best to say that the idea is ineffective.

Unscrupulous – someone who does not do or say the correct thing. When you can sense that someone is not speaking the truth ; you can call the person or his behavior ‘unscrupulous’ instead of calling him a liar to his face ; as it sounds more professional.

Infamous – meaning known or talked about for something negative. When a person’s behavior seems ‘scandalous’ to you … you can tell them that they are infamous for their behaviour instead of saying ,“you scandalize me with your behavior.”

Phrasal Verbs and Expressions about FOOD

source: Learn English with Emma   2015年7月2日 Do you know what a "phrasal verb" is? Grab a snack, and get ready to devour some brand new vocabulary! In this lesson, I will explain what a phrasal verb is and teach you common phrasal verbs native English speakers use to talk about food. I will teach you "pig out", "snack on", "pick at", "polish off", "live on", "cut down on", and many more! Watch this lesson, and then take the quiz so that you will remember everything. I'm hungry already.

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English Vocabulary: Talking about BUGS and INSECTS

source: English Lessons with Alex  2015年5月8日 This is a simple vocabulary lesson in which you will learn about different bugs and insects. In addition to the names of the insects, you will also learn about some of their actions and physical traits. The vocabulary in this lesson includes "caterpillars", "ladybugs", "bees", "spiders", "ants", "mosquitoes", "cockroaches", and "fireflies". Watch this video to increase your vocabulary and learn how to pronounce these basic insect names in English. Then, take the quiz:

Physical Fitness (Learn English via Listening Level 3 - Lesson 13)

source: Daily English Conversation     2016年2月27日

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source: Trung Mai      2015年8月3日
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