How to answer the question 'What do you do?'

source: Learn English with Let's Talk    2016年3月25日
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When you are asked such a question, people want to know your work profile, the kind of job you are involved in. You can start your answer by saying: I work at, I work in, I work for or I work with.
When you use 'I work at or I work for', you are going to tell them the company's name you are working for. Example: I work at Let's Talk Pvt. Ltd (OR) Example: I work for Citibank.

I work in or I work on can be used in many ways
I work in is used to talk about the exact place you are working for.
Example: I work in an office.
Example: I work in a school.
Example: I work in a factory.
Example: I work in a boutique.
Example: I work on a farm (if you are a farmer)
Example: I work on a construction site.

I work in can also be used to name the city or country you work in.
Example: I work in Paris.
Example: I work in America.
Example: I work in the UK

I work in can also be used when you are talking about a specific department of a company.
Example: I work in the HR department.
Example: I work in the Marketing department.

I work in can be used when you are talking about a specific area of expertise.
Example: I work in consulting. (as your area of expertise is consulting)
Example: I work in law.

I work for is used when you want to say you are directly working for an important person:
Example: I work for Tom Cruise.
Example: I work Steven Spielberg

I work with is used in two different ways:
When you work with objects of work or the things that you work with.
Example: I work with computers.
Example: I work with clothes.

I work with is also used when you talk about the specific kind of people you work with.
Example: I work with students of special needs.
Example: I work with engineers or architects.

For those who do not have a job could say:
Example: I am unemployed.
Example: I am between jobs.

There are some people who work for themselves. So your answer could be:
Example: I am self employed
Example: I own a small business

10 ways to use the verb 'KEEP' in English

source: Learn English with Gill (engVid)2015年7月29日 Hello! I hope you're keeping well! In this vocabulary lesson, I will explain the different ways of using the verb "keep". This common verb has more than one meaning. It can be used to easily express all kinds of situations. If you find it difficult at first, keep studying, and keep coming back for more videos! Keep up the good work!

English Speaking Lesson - 6 Expressions with the word 'CRY'.

source: Learn English with Let's Talk   2016年2月18日
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1. A cry-baby -
Someone,usually a child who cried too easily and keeps whining and complaining about silly things.
Example - Don't be such a cry-baby.

2. Cry over spilled milk -
To be unhappy and worry about things which cannot be undone or rectified.
Example - I know you didn't mean to break my vase, so there is no point in crying over spilled milk.

3. Cry me a river -
It is a sarcastic remark for someone who whines and complain constantly and you don't really care about it.
Example - I word hard and I am so sincere still I haven't got a raise. Cry me a river, I have been in this company for five years and yet to get a raise.

4. Cry in one's beer -
Self pity, to feel sorry for oneself
Example - I am done with my friend who always cries in her beer.

5. Cry wolf -
This phrase comes from the story 'The boy who cried Wolf' it means to raise a false alarm. To ask for help when not needed.
Example - My friend can't d things by herself and always tends to cry wolf.

6. Crying Shame -
Unfortunate situation
Example - It is a crying shame that John is unable to get a job.

Learn English: 8 TEST & EXAM Expressions

source: Learn English with Emma     2015年5月22日 If you have a test coming up, you are probably talking about it with your classmates to prepare for it. Describe your testing experience accurately by learning some common expressions that are often used when talking about tests and exams. Some examples include "procrastinate", "cram", "pull an all-nighter", "burn the midnight oil", "pass with flying colors", "flunk", and "pass by the skin of your teeth". After watching, KILL THAT QUIZ with your new knowledge!

Farther or Further?

source: English Lessons with Alex  2013年1月18日 What's the difference between farther and further? Learn about one of the most common grammatical misunderstandings in this quick and easy lesson. Then go a step further and take the quiz:

Dogs and Humans (English Listening Practice - Lesson 16)

source: Daily English Conversation    2016年2月13日

English Vocabulary for EXERCISING at the GYM

source: English Lessons with Adam    2015年6月4日
Worried about that "spare tire" or "muffin top" people are pointing at? No, we don't mean car parts or baked goods. It's time to get in shape, so head to the gym! In this lesson I'll help you get "shredded" without having to worry about English. You will learn some common words and expressions about exercising, fitness, and gym equipment. You will also learn how to explain your fitness goals to a personal trainer. Ready? Let's get "jacked".