CNN Student News March 24, 2016 with English subtitles

source: CNN Student News with Subtitles  2016年3月23日
March 24 2016 CNN Student News with subtitles, closed caption (you can click it on by yourself).

source: Thanh Do  2016年3月24日
CNN Student News with subtitles.

6 ways to talk about a missed situation: "I was going to"

source: Learn English with Gill     2015年6月22日
How do you talk about something that you planned to do but didn't? In this lesson, I will teach you six different ways to explain what happened and what went wrong. You will learn to explain, for example, why you were not able to finish your homework on time or why you were late for work. This will be useful to you just about every day, so don't miss this opportunity to add some common phrases to your English! After the video, take the quiz at to test your understanding.

Difference between A lot, Very & So.

source: Learn English with Let's Talk    2015年7月8日
Learning English can be sometimes very confusing. In this Spoken English lesson you will learn the difference between the words A lot', Very and So. Most of the students think that these words can be used interchangeably, its not true. This English Grammar lesson will help you clear you doubts while using these common words.

# Use “a lot ” before nouns:
“A lot ” + noun means a bigger quantity or a higher number. “A lot” can be used with both countable and uncountable nouns.
There were a lot of executives in the exhibition.
I drank a lot of wine during the party.
Common Error: Don’t use “very” with nouns!
There were very executives in the exhibition. ( wrong)
There were a lot of students in the classroom.
There were many students in the classroom.

# Use “a lot” after verbs:
Verb + “a lot” means “very much” or “frequently”:
I like this dancer a lot.
= I like this dancer very much.
She travels a lot for her assignments.
= She travels frequently for assignments.
Common Error: “A lot” is always two words, never one word!
I studied alot for the Math test.( wrong)
I studied a lot for the Math test.

# Use “so” and “very” before adjectives:
“So” is used with “that” to add extra information – usually a result or consequence:
Last evening I was very tired.
Last evening I was so tired that I almost fell asleep while sitting on the sofa.
This novel is very interesting.
This novel is so interesting that I stayed up until 3 AM reading it!
She plays the guitar very well.
She plays the guitar so well that people often ask if she’s a trained artist.
Common Error: Don’t use “a lot” with adjectives:
Last evening I was a lot tired.

# Click for relevant grammar videos:
1) quantifiers
2) adverbs of manner & degree

Words Ending in -LESS

source: Espresso English   2015年8月28日
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Vocabulary: Talking about CLOTHES in English

source: Benjamin's English Classes  2015年3月4日
Clothes are part of our everyday life. In this easy vocabulary lesson, you will learn how to talk about clothing, how to pay compliments about someone’s outfit, and what dress codes such as "smart casual", "black tie", and "Sunday best" mean. Boring vocabulary is so last season, so put your glad rags on, and watch this lesson to learn some exciting new words. You will be looking smart in no time.

The Titanic (English Listening Practice - Lesson 14)

source: Daily English Conversation    2016年2月3日

Learn English - ALL or WHOLE?

source: English Lessons with Adam    2013年5月25日 Not sure about when to use 'all' or 'whole'? Do you find all of English difficult, or is it just the whole language? This grammar lesson will help you avoid an extremely common mistake that many students make. See if you get all of the questions right on my quiz at

English Conversation 39

source: Trung Mai     2015年9月5日
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