CNN Student News April 27 2016 with English subtitles

source: Tieng Anh Chuan 100    2016年4月26日
April 27, 2016 CNN Student News with subtitles, closed caption (You can click it on by yourself).

source: CNN    2016年4月26日
Featured this Wednesday: a cheating scandal at Mitsubishi, a "robot revolution" in Japan, and a Character Study of a neurosurgeon who exemplifies perseverance.

5 'RUN' expressions in English

source: English Lessons with Alex  2014年9月20日 Running out of time? If you can only watch one English video today, make sure it's this one! I will teach you five very useful expressions with the word "run". You will learn the expressions: "run into", "run out of", "run against", "run behind", "and "run by". Want to improve your English? This is the lesson for you!

21 Ways to Call Someone Stupid in English

source: Britlish - Linguaspectrum 2016年4月19日
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A block is a solid piece of wood often used as a base for chopping things. A man with a similarly dense head would thus be known as a blockhead.
What a blockhead!
Bonkers means not right in the head.
With all the medical evidence against it, anyone who smokes must be completely bonkers!
A clod is a dense and heavy lump of earth. A stupid person might be considered to have a similar dense lump instead of a brain.
The man's a clod!
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Apologies (Learning English Speaking Course - New English Lesson 4)

source: Daily English Conversation    2016年4月11日
New English 900 Lesson 4: Apologies - Learning English Speaking Course.
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The Meaning of Hand Gestures

source: Learn English with Emma [engVid]    2016年3月16日
Have you noticed that you make hand gestures while speaking your native language? Body movement during conversation can give off social clues that are particular to a certain culture. But when people learn a language, they often forget to learn the words and expressions that we make with our hands. You may find that a hand gesture in your culture has a different meaning in English-speaking countries. In this lesson, I will teach you common hand gestures used when speaking English. Take the quiz to test your understanding:

How To Speak American English Like a Native Speaker

source: Learn English with BeGlobal   2016年3月17日
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10 English expressions with 'LET'

source: Learn English with Let's Talk   2015年1月18日
Let someone know (about something)
To tell someone something; to inform someone of something.
Example : Please let me know about it soon. Will you be coming to the picnic? Please let me know.

Let's Say
Used to introduce a suggestion or possible example of something.
Example :Try and finish the work by, let's say, Friday.

Let's see (spoken)
It means you are thinking about it, you want to discover more of it.
Example : “Do you have any idea how many people will be there?” “Well, let's see – I don't think I could put a number on it.”

let me see (or think)
Used when one is trying to remember something or considering one's next words.
Example : "Now let me see, where did I put it?"

Let's call it a day.
Let us end what we are doing for the day.
Example Mary: Well, that's the end of the reports. Nothing else to do.
Sue: Let's call it a day.
Bob: Let's call it a day. I'm tired.
Tom: Me too. Let's get out of here.

Let's shake on it.
To agree on something by shaking hands on it.
Example : Bob: Do you agree?
Mary: I agree. Let's shake on it.
Bob: Okay.
Bill: Good idea. Sounds fine.
Bob (extending his hand): Okay, let's shake on it.
Bill (shaking hands with Bob): Great!

Let it (things) slide
To allow a situation to become slowly worse.
Example : We've really let things slide over the past few months. The accounts are in a terrible state.

let someone in on (something)
To allow to know about something, allow to share something.
Example : I'm going to let you in on a little secret.

Let go
To allow someone or something to escape or go free.
Example : The kidnappers they let the hostages go.

Let your guard down
To stop guarding oneself against trouble.
Example : He never lets his guard down because he trusts no one.

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When to use BE, BEING, & BEEN

source: Espresso English   2015年11月22日
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10 GET Phrasal Verbs: get down, get off, get through, get up, get away...

source: English Lessons with Adam    2013年11月4日 Get through this lesson without getting down. Phrasal verbs with GET are very common and popular in everyday speech. In this lesson we will look at the meanings of words like get up, get over, get through, and more.

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