CNN Student News - April 29, 2016 - English Sub

source: Thanh Do 2016年4月29日
Learning English with CNN Student News
CNN Student News with subtitles.

Phrasal Verbs & Expressions with OVER: "take over", "overplayed", "over ...

source: EnglishLessons4U - Learn English with Ronnie!  2016年4月27日
Do you know the difference between being "overbooked" and being "over it"? What about "starting over" and "take over"? In this lesson, we are focusing on expressions and phrasal verbs that use the word "over". These include "overplayed", "over your head", "overworked", and more. So don't miss this basic lesson on the usage of "over", and don't forget to do the quiz at the end to make sure that you understand everything:

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CNN Student News April 28, 2016 with English subtitles

source: Tieng Anh Chuan 100 2016年4月27日
April 28, 2016 CNN Student News with subtitles, closed caption (You can click it on by yourself).

source: CNN    2016年4月27日
Featured today: a shift in generational demographics, an outbreak of mumps at a renowned U.S. campus, and an explanation of how the elevator changed the world.

The Education Report: More U.S. Students Choose College in Another Country

source: VOA Learning English    2016年4月27日
The number of students in the United States who seek a college education in a foreign country is increasing. A report from the Institute of International Education explains.
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The Health Report: New York's Emergency Crews Learn Mandarin

source: VOA Learning English     2016年4月26日
First responders are the first emergency workers to arrive at a fire or other accident. It is important that they are able to collect information to study the problem. In New York City, some first responders are learning a difficult language so that they can do just that.
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Use of Would, Could & Should - English Grammar Lesson

source: Twominute English      2016年4月21日
Hey guys, do you know how to use Could, Would and Should properly? Learn in this lesson.
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Departure and Farewell (Learning English Speaking Course - New English Lesson 5)

source: Daily English Conversation   2016年4月18日
New English 900 Lesson 5: Departure and Farewell - Learning English Speaking Course.
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Strong Adjectives

source: MrSkypelessons   2013年9月26日
What are strong (non gradable) adjectives, and how do we use them? This is an intermediate, English lesson which teaches the difference between gradable and non gradable adjectives.
Very, a bit, quite, slightly + WEAK ADJECTIVES
Absolutely, completely, totally, utterly + STRONG ADJECTIVES

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How to talk about children: Common Expressions

source: Learn English with Emma  2013年1月2日 In this lesson, I will teach you some common words we use when talking about babies and children. You will learn words like "toddler", "temper tantrum", "infant", "tattle", "spank", "ground" and many more. If you are writing the IELTS or TOEFL, these words may help you get a higher vocabulary mark in the speaking and writing sections! Test yourself on this lesson with the quiz:

5 verbs to make you sound smart

source: English Lessons with Alex  2014年6月30日
I'm here to help you sound smarter! In this English lesson, you'll learn five advanced verbs that will make you sound more intellectual. These verbs are perfect for your academic essays, but you can use them in a conversation at work, or in a discussion with your friends. Check out my other lessons on nouns ( and adjectives ( to sound smarter. Take the quiz and test your understanding. Once you know these words, practice your advanced English vocabulary by writing sentences with these words in the comments!

How to complain about a problem

source: Learn English with Rebecca  2014年7月25日
Got a problem? Speak up about it! In this useful lesson, you will learn a simple 3-step process to complain about any issue you have! This lesson is essential for anyone living, travelling, or doing business in an English-speaking country. Whether your hotel room is dirty, your food is cold, or your internet is not working -- you need to know how to lodge a complaint! Watch this lesson so that you can stand up for yourself and get the service you deserve! Then take the quiz here: