CNN Student News March 25, 2016 with English subtitles

source: Thanh Do    2016年3月25日
CNN Student News with subtitles.

source: CNN Student News    2016年3月24日
CNN Student News Today (3/25/2016) - Syrian forces fight for Palmyra, the Zika virus threatens to spread further
Supported by Russian airstrikes, Syrian government forces fight to retake the city of Palmyra from ISIS. We're updating the status and the spread of the dangerous Zika virus. And as the remaining U.S. presidential hopefuls fight for delegates, we're examining a hypothetical scenario involving a contested convention. Finally, a Character Study cooks up a lesson in second chances.

11 PIG expressions in English: "pig out", "pig tails", "piggy back"...

source: EnglishLessons4U - Learn English with Ronnie! 2016年3月21日
There are many "pig" expressions in English, and in this lesson, I will teach you 11 of them. For example, "pig out" doesn't mean a pig that has escaped from the farm. It means to eat a lot! If someone calls you a "pig", that is quite mean! A "piggy back" isn't only an animal part. Learn the meaning of these expressions and more by watching this lesson and doing our quiz at

When to use Perhaps in English? – English Grammar Lesson

source: Learn English with Let's Talk    2016年3月21日
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Perhaps: is more formal than ‘maybe’. It is used when you are uncertain about something.

Example: Perhaps we have met before. (you aren’t sure)
Example: There were perhaps 350 people at the stadium. ( used before an amount or a number you are uncertain about)
Example: You look don’t look well, perhaps you should go to the doctor. (make a suggestion or give advice)
Example: Perhaps it would be better if he resigned from his position. (subtle advice)
Example: It is perhaps not a good idea for a seven year old to us a calculator.
Example: Perhaps we could go out for a meal sometimes.

IDIOMS lesson 1 'Animals'

source: MrSkypelessons    2013年8月7日
Here is my first lesson explaining how we use 10 different idioms, all connected to the theme of animals. This English lesson is part of an upper intermediate vocabulary course.

1) cat among the pigeons
2) water off a duck's back
3) don't count your chickens before they hatch
4) Take the bull by the horns
5) The lion's share
6) A dark horse
7) The last straw
8) Kill 2 birds with one stone
9) Let sleeping dogs lie
10) Something fishy is going on
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Learn 11 ANGRY Phrasal Verbs in English

source: Learn English with Emma    2015年2月25日 Have you ever had to explain how angry you were in a particular situation? In this lesson, you will learn what a phrasal verb is and some of the most common phrasal verbs native speakers use to talk about anger. I'll teach you "blow up", "freak out", "work up", "fly into a rage", "lash out", "cheer up", and many more! Phrasal verbs can be difficult for English learners to remember because they don't always make sense. But don't freak out! Watch this lesson, and then take the quiz so that you'll remember them.

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English Vocabulary: Talking about broken hearts

source: English Lessons with Alex  2015年6月17日
If you've ever had a broken heart, you know how painful it can be. In this lesson, you'll learn how to talk about heartbreak and how to use this common expression. These are words and expressions you will often hear in English music, movies, and especially in romantic comedies. Heal your poor heart by learning something new!

Polite English: Show people you care: "You must be..."

source: Learn English with Rebecca  2015年2月2日 "You must be tired." "You must be thrilled." Learn how to use these easy English expressions to connect with others in social or business situations. By being polite and caring, your friends and colleagues will appreciate you more. I will teach you exactly how to use this simple structure in English. You'll also learn some useful vocabulary. Not just an important English lesson, but also a good life lesson!

The Sun (English Listening Practice - Lesson 15)

source: Daily English Conversation    2016年2月12日

English conversation 40

source: Trung Mai     2015年9月5日
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