CNN Student News - April 26, 2016 - English Sub

source: Thanh Do  2016年4月26日
Learning English with CNN Student News
CNN Student News with subtitles.

The Technology Report: Spanish ‘Smart’ City Project Saves Time, Money

source: VOA Learning English   2016年4月24日
A city in Spain uses technology to make life easier for its citizens and visitors. It is an example of a "smart city" that other cities are interested in trying.
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CNN Student News - April 25, 2016 with English subtitles

source: Tieng Anh Chuan 100 2016年4月25日
April 25, 2016 CNN Student News with subtitles, closed caption (You can click it on by yourself).
source: CNN    2016年4月24日
North Korea reportedly launches a ballistic missile, a global banana crisis looms, and a CNN Hero uses horses to help young people with special needs.

English in a Minute: Keep Your Eye on the Ball

source: VOA Learning English    2016年4月23日
A lot of idioms in American English come from sports. "Keep your eye on the ball" comes from baseball, but we can use this expression for many situations.
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New English Lesson 2 - Introductions

source: Daily English Conversation    2016年4月1日
New English 900 Lesson 2: Introductions - Learning English Speaking Course.
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Learn English - How To Say HELLO & GOODBYE, SORRY & THANK YOU, LOVE & HA...

source: Learn English with BeGlobal    2016年3月8日
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'AS' and 'LIKE' - Lesson 13

source: MrSkypelessons 2013年8月5日
How do we use AS and LIKE in English? This video is aimed at intermediate level and above.

as = job/function
I use my plates as ashtrays.
I work as a teacher
like = similar to, for example
He looks like a nice guy
That sounds like a good idea

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Car Accident Vocabulary

source: Learn English with Let's Talk      2015年1月26日
I HATE CAR ACCIDENTS. Well, who doesn't? A car accident is something that happens when your car bangs against a person, a tree, any other object or maybe just another car. Well, that’s a horrible thing. But we need to know certain important expressions which relate to car accidents. Here are some of them:

Slammed on the brakes/ Hit the brakes-
To stop suddenly because of an emergency
I slammed on the brakes when I saw a little child running across the road.

Run over
Car passes over an object, person or an animal.
My friend Joe ran over a dog last night.

Side swiped
Hit the side of a parked car.
I side swiped my dad’s car while parking the other day.

Rear ended
Hit the back of the car.
The traffic was so crazy that the van rear ended the taxi this morning.

Lost control
Unable to control the car at high speeds due to inexperience or car defects.
The driver lost control of his car and ended up colliding against the tree.

Slide without control over a slippery surface
The bike skid because of the wet road, but fortunately no one was seriously hurt

Roll over
Vehicle turns upside down.
I couldn't believe my eyes-two big cars just rolled over in that huge accident.

To drive too fast
If you are caught speeding, you will get fined

Driving extremely close behind another vehicle.
That truck practically tailgated me down the entire highway, it was so annoying.

Drunk driving
Driving under the influence of alcohol.
Drunk driving is very irresponsible and the major cause of accidents.

Reckless driving
Driving dangerously or impatiently without careful observation.
I used to drive recklessly but I don’t do that anymore.

Road rage
Driving aggressively because you get angry at another driver.
You won’t believe the road rage when you drive during working hours.

Distracted driving
Driving without concentration (talking on your cellphone, with your friends, fidgeting with your stereo).
I don’t wish to ride with Tim, he is always so distracted while driving, I’d rather take the bus.

Hit and Run
When your car hits someone or something and you just speed way.
The hit and run driver is still being searched by the police.

Pile up
Multiple cars involved in an accident due to bad weather or road conditions.
There was a massive pile up on New Year’s Eve. We just couldn’t reach my friend’s house on time.

Is there any difference between these confusing English words?

source: Espresso English  2016年1月17日
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What are proverbs? 7 common sayings in English

source: Learn English with Rebecca  2014年8月10日 Every language has proverbs, or wise sayings, that advise us about love, life, business, and everything in between. Learn the meanings of seven common English sayings or proverbs and take your English to a more advanced level. If you've never heard of proverbs, better late than never! Who said ignorance is bliss? Watch this lesson to understand these examples of proverbs, and many more! Then take the quiz here: