CNN Student News April 20, 2016 with English subtitles

source: Tieng Anh Chuan 100    2016年4月19日
April 20, 2016 CNN Student News with subtitles, closed caption (You can click it on by yourself).

source: CNN    2016年4月19日
Relations between the U.S. and Saudi Arabia, a look inside North Korea's capital, and a seat aboard a deep-space capsule are all explored this Wednesday.

English lesson to talk about Apartment or Flats.

source: Learn English with Let's Talk 2016年4月16日
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Apartments –
Houses in buildings where a lot of families stay in the same building but in different houses on different floors. Mostly the word apartment is used in American English

Flat –
Same as apartments .This word is common to British English .

Extremely tall building; such a building may have approximately 50 to 100 floors .

Living in the sky –
Stands for living on a very high floor in a skyscraper. Such an apartment generally offers a view of the entire city down below; does giving you a feel of living in the sky.

More density of people in a small space. Overcrowding is a common problem today in modern society.

Mechanical parking –
Elevator parking or stack parking where cars are parked one on top of the other.

Elevators –
Lifts used to go up and down the apartment building .

Foyer / Lobby
An open area which is present immediately after entering the building .

Serviced apartment –
An apartment which has all the facilities of the hotel room.

Sky line-
A panoramic view of the city from a height.

Terrace garden –
A garden that has been cultivated on the terrace of a building.
We hope this English lesson has helped you to learn new English vocabulary to improve your English and speak fluent English.

IELTS & TOEFL Vocabulary: Talking about Food

source: Learn English with Emma [engVid]   2016年4月4日
A common speaking topic on both the IELTS and TOEFL is food. In this class, I will teach you some vocabulary and grammar that you can use when talking about food. These expressions can help you score higher on both tests. I will also give you some common examples of speaking questions you may hear. If you are not taking these tests, this lesson will still help you improve your vocabulary and conversational English. Try our quiz at to practice these words. Good luck on your test!

Talking about worries

source: Benjamin's English Classes (engVid) 2016年3月9日
Worried about your conversational English? Don't be! Today I'm teaching you 9 expressions we use to talk about things we're worried about, and 8 expressions you can use to cheer up a friend. It's a fun lesson with a bunch of useful phrases you can use in different settings. We primarily use these phrases in casual settings, but you'll also see some more formal expressions. We'll even have some metaphors and idioms. So watch this video, and then check out the quiz at . Don't be nervous -- I'm sure you'll do well!

How to Speak English Fluently and Naturally

source: Learn English with BeGlobal    2016年4月9日
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American English VS British English ( Housing Vocabulary)

source: Learn English with Let's Talk   2015年3月1日
In Asia, USA, and many other countries, the English language was first introduced by the process of British colonization. After independence, many countries retained the British form of the language, whereas USA decided to develop its own form. When American dictionaries were build, the authors felt that words ought to be spelt like they sound, and he also wanted USA to assert its cultural independence and was not keen on following the British form of the language. The two languages ( American English & British English) differ primarily in the following aspects in regards to the housing vocabulary.

Learn English Collocations for Success and Failure

source: Espresso English   2016年2月4日
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5 'Knock' Phrasal Verbs - knock up/out/off/over...

source: English Lessons with Adam    2013年3月3日 Need a knockout lesson? This is it. If you've wondered why girls get knocked up, men get knocked out, or Prada bags get knocked off, this phrasal verb lesson will help you out. After watching the lesson, take the quiz here:

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