Learn English Collocations with House & Home

source: Espresso English   2016年4月3日
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Love vocabulary for Valentine's day 325

source: Learn English with Let's Talk   2016年2月14日
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1. Blind date - When you go romantic date with someone you have never met before.
Example - My friend has arranged for me to go on a blind date with a guy from her office.

2. Double Date - Two couples going out for a date together
Example - We are just going on a double date this Valentine's.

3. Will you be my valentine - Use this phrase when you want to go out with the person you like and celebrate Valentine's day.

4. To be lovesick - To keep thinking of the person you like and are attracted to.
Example - I just can't get him out of my head, I guess I am a bit lovesick.

5. Mr Right - Ideal future husband.
Example - I am still waiting for my Mr right.

6. Love to pieces - A phrase used to express your love to someone.
Example - I love you to pieces and would want to grow old with you.

7. Love to the moon and back - Another way to express your love to your loved one. It means that you really love someone very much.
Example - I love my wife to the moon and back. She is my life.

8. To pop the question - To propose the person you love and want to get married to.
Example - This valentines I am planning to pop the question.

Other English words for LIKE and DON'T LIKE

source: Learn English with Emma  2015年4月1日
Want to talk about things you like and don't like without sounding boring? In this vocabulary lesson, you will learn some expressions that mean "I like" and "I don't like". Using these words and expressions will make you sound more interesting and less repetitive. By the end of this video, you will be able to use words and expressions such as "loathe", "not my cup of tea", "I'm into", "can't stand", "fond of", and many more. Take the quiz at the end to practice everything you have learned. I hope you LIKE, ENJOY, and LOVE my lesson!

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Snack Time Vocabulary

source: Learn English with Let's Talk   2016年2月8日
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1) Nibble on: To nibble on means to munch something small and for time being. It could be a sandwich or a canopy or crackers.

2) Hi- tea: The term Hi-tea was originated from Ireland. Initially it was meant as early and small dinner from 7-9. Now it is a popular term for refreshment or snacks.

3) Savoury: Savoury is another term for salted snacks. Originally, the word savoury was used for snacks that could be sweet or salty. However, they are now referred for snacks that are not sweet. It could be a quiche or small sandwich or bagel..

4) Confections: Confections are food items that are rich in sugar and carbohydrates.
Are baked dish that have a firm base but is covered with fruit or custard filling.
Cakes and pastries
They are sweet snacks. But sometimes, cakes and pastry can be savoury as well such as puff pastry or carrot cakes. Macaroons
Are small cakes that are colourful. Crispy from outside and soft from inside

5) Water: Water can be with gas or no gas. In English, water with gas is called soda. However, native speakers use the term soda for cold beverages such as Coke and Pepsi.

6) Coffee:
Café royal:
When we add a teaspoon of brandy to a cup of coffee, it is called Café royal.
Macchiato: When we add skim milk or low fat milk to espresso, we call it Macchiato. It is ‘tho’ and not ‘toe’ sound at the end of the word.

7) Tea
English tea or tea black are sometimes called as liquor tea because of the colour which is similar to that of brandy or alcohol. The term ‘Liquor tea white’ is used for English tea with milk
Green Tea and Peppermint tea are called as herbal tea.
They have high caffeine level and many people drink them to be awake.
Some people don’t like high caffeine drinks, especially tea! They can opt for decaffeinated tea, which has no or less caffeine

Yes/No questions for advanced English students

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source: English Lessons with Adam    2012年11月28日
http://www.engvid.com Don't be fooled by companies' gimmicks. Learn the difference between a warranty and a guarantee, because it might save you a lot of money. And before you buy that new shirt, watch this vocabulary lesson so that you can ask if the store will allow you to return it for a refund, an exchange, or credit. Are you ready to go shopping? Test yourself: http://www.engvid.com/vocabulary-warr...