CNN Student News - April 7, 2016 with English subtitles

source: Tieng Anh Chuan 100  2016年4月6日
April 7, 2016 CNN Student News with subtitles, closed caption (You can click it on by yourself).

source: CNN   2016年4月6日
Today, we're covering a controversial religious freedom law, a report on the global use of the death penalty, and a swimmer of the Oceans Seven.

Phrasal Verbs with SET: set up/in/on/to/aside/against/down...

source: English Lessons with Adam    2016年3月26日
The verb "set" can mean many different things in English, depending on how you use it. In this lesson, you will build your vocabulary with phrasal verbs using the verb "set". We will look at expressions such as "set in", "set to", "set out", and more. The context of "set" can also change its meaning. For example, you will learn the difference between "setting up someone on a date" and "setting up someone for arrest". Set yourself up for success by watching this lesson and doing the quiz at

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LOOK, SEE and WATCH. Confusing Vocabulary 1

source: MrSkypelessons   2013年4月13日
How do we use the verbs 'look', 'see' and 'watch'? In this English lesson we will find out the differences between these 3 verbs, and then look at many other verbs which express actions of the eyes. Here is a quiz which can test your knowledge

8 things NOT to say to women

source: Learn English with Emma  2012年11月21日 This video is a must-see for anyone who plans to live in, work in, or travel to North America or Britain. You will learn about North American culture and things that may offend women. After the lesson, test yourself with a quiz:

Improve your vocabulary: Synonyms for "small" in English

source: English Lessons with Alex  2015年2月27日 It gets tiring and boring to use the same vocabulary all the time. In this lesson, you'll learn new words you can use instead of the common English word "small". You'll also learn how to use these synonyms in different contexts and the correct grammatical form for them. The words include "tiny", "minuscule", "puny", "petite", "teeny", and more! Expand your vocabulary, and become a more refined speaker with this useful lesson.

How to introduce yourself & other people

source: Learn English with Rebecca  2014年11月19日
Are you stuck when you have to introduce yourself? Do you avoid introducing people because you don't know how? Don't be afraid anymore! Watch this lesson and learn what to say and do! Develop your confidence to be more successful in personal and professional life. Take the quiz on this lesson here: