CNN Student News - April 19, 2016 - English Sub

source: Thanh Do  2016年4月19日
Learning English with CNN Student News
CNN Student News with subtitles.

CNN Student News April 18, 2016 with English subtitles

source:Tieng Anh Chuan 100     2016年4月17日
April 18, 2016 CNN Student News with subtitles, closed caption (You can click it on by yourself).

source: CNN    2016年4月17日
Earthquakes claim lives and homes in Ecuador and Japan, divers excavate a historic shipwreck near Oman, and we explore the effects of space on the human body.

Basic English Lesson: How to Talk about Yourself

source: English Lessons with Alex    2016年4月8日
So you want to meet other students and start practicing your English? You are going to need to learn how to talk about yourself. In this lesson, you will learn easy English sentences that will let you talk about yourself confidently. I will teach you how to make basic sentences in the first person. "I am", "I like", "I don't like", and "My name is" are some examples of how to begin a sentence when describing yourself to someone you have just met. I'll teach you what to say and how to say it. Watch this lesson, and then practice these basic sentences to perfect your beginner conversation skills.

SO and SUCH. Confusing Vocabulary 3

source: MrSkypelessons    2013年1月7日
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Words used to describe facial expressions in English

source: Learn English with Let's Talk    2015年3月16日

Beaming - smiling broadly; grinning
Quizzical - showing that you are confused or surprised by something, and perhaps that you think it is rather strange and funny
Grin - To smile broadly, often baring the teeth.
Winced - The facial expression of sudden pain.
Dirty Look - An angry face or a frown.
Pouted - To exhibit displeasure or disappointment.
Glazed over - A glazed look or expression shows no interest or emotion.
Long Face - An unhappy or disappointed expression.
Unreadable - If someone’s face, eyes, or expression are unreadable, you cannot guess what they are thinking.
Dumbfounded - An expression on the face as if struck dumb with astonishment and surprise.

English Phrasal Verbs from My Everyday Life

source: Espresso English     2015年10月25日
Phrasal Verbs in Conversation Course:
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Speak English naturally by using filler phrases

source: Benjamin's English Classes  2014年10月12日 Watch this video and learn how to speak like an English person: indirectly. English people do not always say what they mean. In this video, you will learn how to sound more natural and polite when answering difficult questions. You can also use these expressions when you're having an argument or disagreement. You'll learn phrases like "How shall I put it?", "to be honest...", "as a matter of fact", and many more. Take a quiz on this video here:

6 Idioms about People

source: Learn English with Rebecca  2014年9月29日 Help to change our sexist langauge by learning 6 common idioms about people. Are you a ladies' man? A woman of your word? A man of the people? Learn the meanings of these English idioms and find out which ones you can use to describe women too! Taught by a teacher who cares about both men and women doing well in the world.