CNN Student News - April 11 , 2016 - English Sub

source: Thanh Do  2016年4月11日
Learning English with CNN Student News
CNN Student News with subtitles.

CNN Student News - April 8, 2016 with English subtitles

source: Tieng Anh Chuan 100   2016年4月7日
April 8, 2016 CNN Student News with subtitles, closed caption (You can click it on by yourself).

source: CNN    2016年4月7日
Today's show features a look into the U.S. Terrorist Screening Center and what concerns its officials. We also cover the auction of a "Harry Potter chair."

EITHER, NEITHER, SO, TOO - How to agree and disagree in English

source: EnglishTeacherAdam   2012年10月15日 Are you confused by words such as "too", "either", "neither", and "so"? Do you ever agree with an opinion that you really don't share? Or disagree when in fact you think the same thing? Sometimes this happens because you are not sure of which words to use to agree or disagree. After this grammar lesson, you should be able to get your opinion across more easily. Test yourself with the quiz:

# Click for relevant grammar videos: 1) inversion; 2) how to use neither & so

Learn English Grammar - EITHER and NEITHER

source: Espresso English    2015年11月1日
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IELTS: Top 10 Spelling Mistakes

source: Learn English with Emma [engVid]    2015年2月6日
Don't make these common spelling mistakes! Students often lose marks for spelling words incorrectly in the reading, writing, and listening modules of the IELTS. However, you can easily avoid making these mistakes with a bit of practice. In this lesson, you will learn eleven of the most common spelling mistakes students make on the IELTS and how to avoid them. After this class, you can practice spelling these words by taking the quiz so you will be ready on test day.

10 English phrases to talk about celebrities

source: Learn English with Let's Talk    2016年1月24日
Blog :
Website :

Claim to fame :
Someone's reason for being well-known or famous.

Versatile :
A person who is able to adapt or be adapted to many different functions or activities, mostly different roles they perform.

Glamorous: Someone who is attractive in an exciting and special way.

A one trick pony:
A celebrity can be called ' A one trick pony' when they are skilled only in one kind of genre.

If something or someone is overrated, that person or thing is considered to be better or more important than they really are.

A celebrity who is unpleasantly proud and behaving as if you are more important than, or know more than, other people.

Highest accolade:
It is a form of praise or an award given to a celebrity for the brilliant work put in by them over the years.

Glowing tributes :
Praising with enthusiasm received from the critics and audiences for the performance.

Big break :
A celebrity who has a significant good fortune or opportunity to showcase their talent.

Victim of their own success:
To have problems because of your success, as success gets into ones head their attitude towards others changes, they become arrogant and start to think as if they are only one on the planet with the skill and talent.

English Vocabulary - WORTH

source: English Lessons with Alex  2012年11月9日 What is the meaning of the word "worth"? How do you use it in a sentence? What does it mean if something "isn't worth it"? Click on this lesson to find out! And make sure to take the quiz:

Learn POLITE expressions in English – Don't be RUDE!

source: English Lessons with Adam    2015年4月29日
Does your coworker have "a bun in the oven"? Has your boss "let himself go"? In this lesson, you will learn some expressions that people often use to say things indirectly in order to sound more polite or less rude. What can you do to avoid using words like "toilet", "dead", or "fat"? Watch this video to learn some interesting alternatives to these words and more. After watching, do the quiz to check if you have understood the material: