CNN Student News - May 04, 2016 - English Sub

source: Thanh Do  2016年5月4日
Learning English with CNN Student News
CNN Student News with subtitles.

English in a Minute: Moving Target

source: VOA Learning English      2016年5月2日
Are Jonathan and Anna talking about shooting a bow and arrow? Find out what "moving target" means in this week's English in a Minute!
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The Science Report: Search for Life in the Universe

source: VOA Learning English     2016年5月2日
Is there anybody out there? That is among humanity’s oldest questions. Now, scientists and a few billionaires are putting their minds and money together to support a project to answer that question.
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English Vocabulary: Having a BABY

source: English Lessons with Adam     2016年5月2日
Are you or someone you know expecting a baby? If so, you will need this lesson on vocabulary and expressions relating to childbirth. You will learn words such as "trimester", "embryo", "midwife", "stroller", and more. There are also a few important expressions that need to be clarified. For example, "going into labour" does not mean you have a job interview. And no, an "OBGYN" is not some sort of cocktail. Having a baby is an exciting time! This lesson will help prepare you for that special day. Go to to take the quiz:

CNN Student News May 3, 2016 with English subtitles

source: Tieng Anh Chuan 100    2016年5月2日
May 3, 2016 CNN Student News with subtitles, closed caption (You can click it on by yourself).

source: CNN    2016年5月2日
An apparent exodus of Puerto Rico, a controversial cruise to Cuba, and an interview with a former prisoner of North Korea are all covered this Tuesday.

Learn English Phrases & Idioms with LIFE

source: Espresso English    2016年4月17日
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How have you been? (English Conversation For Beginners - Lesson 13)

source: Daily English Conversation      2016年3月18日
Learn English Conversation For Beginners (100 Lessons).
Lesson 13 - How have you been?
Karen : Hello Richard.
Richard : Hi Karen.
Karen : How have you been?
Richard : Not too good.
Karen : Why?
Richard : I'm sick.
Karen : Sorry to hear that.
Richard : Its OK. Its not serious.
Karen : That's good. How's your wife?
Richard : She's good.
Karen : Is she in America now?
Richard : No, she's not here yet.
Karen : Where is she?
Richard : She's in Canada with our kids.
Karen : I see. I have to go now. Please tell your wife I said hi.
Richard : OK, I'll talk to you later.
Karen : I hope you feel better.
Richard : Thanks.

Describing things and people - Speak English quickly

source: Twominute English     2012年12月24日
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0:00 Welcome to Teaching you English in two minutes or less.
0:06 In this lesson, we will learn about words and phrases used to describe things and people.
0:16 She has a beautiful garden.
0:18 Really? Is it very large?
0:21 No, it's small, but it has a lot of plants.
0:25 There are flowers in red, purple and white.
0:29 I am sure they look pretty.
0:32 Oh yes they do. Mary has a very impressive garden.
0:37 Do you think you can make a garden as pretty as that?
0:40 I don't know Laura, I am not a good gardener.
0:48 Sue has a new dog.
0:50 Oh, that is nice! What kind of dog is it?
0:55 It's black and tan in color. It's very small now because it's a puppy.
1:01 Do you think it will be a large dog when it grows up?
1:05 Yes. Sue told me it's an Alsatian. That is a large breed.
1:12 Is it ferocious?
1:14 No, he's just a puppy. He's very playful.
1:19 Oh I am glad. I am afraid of ferocious dogs.
1:26 Hey have you met Sara's daughter Allison?
1:30 I don't think so. I didn't even know Sara had a daughter.
1:35 Oh yes she does! Allison's 2 years old.
1:39 Two years? Is she cute?
1:42 She's very cute. She's adorable!
1:46 Tell me how she looks.
1:48 She has brown hair. Beautiful blue eyes, and she is growing some front teeth.
1:55 She's a big, plump and healthy baby.
1:57 She does sound adorable!
2:03 Have you been to the Taj Mahal? I was reading about it today.
2:07 Actually yes.
2:09 I went on a trip to India after college and I saw the Taj Mahal.
2:14 Wow! Can you tell me how it was?
2:18 Well, it's white in color and rather big.
2:22 I hear it looks amazing on a full moon night.
2:25 Oh yes! I agree. It really shines in the white moonlight.
2:31 How was it from the inside?
2:33 It was pretty dark, because not much artificial light is allowed inside.
2:39 Hmm... I'd really love to see it myself someday.
2:51 Do you think you can make a garden as pretty as that?
2:57 What kind of dog is it?
3:01 It's an Alsatian. That is a large breed.
3:10 She's very cute. She's adorable!
3:17 Have you been to the Taj Mahal?
3:20 I was reading about it today.
3:26 I hear it looks amazing on a full moon night.

Telephone English: Emma's top tips

source: Learn English with Emma  2014年2月10日 Calling someone soon? Do you feel nervous when you speak on the telephone? Many English learners feel uncomfortable when they have to use English on the phone. In this lesson, I will teach you my top tips on how to have a successful telephone conversation. Watch this video and become more confident in your telephone English. Then test yourself with the quiz:

Improve your English vocabulary: Better words than "BIG"

source: English Lessons with Alex  2014年6月24日 If you want a better English vocabulary, you need to know different words that mean the same thing. Instead of saying 'a big building', you can say 'a colossal building'. Instead of 'a big amount of money', say 'an enormous amount of money'. In this lesson, I'll teach you many different words in English that mean 'big'. Learning synonyms for common English words is a great way to make your English more interesting. Watch this video to learn words you can use instead of 'big'. Then, see how well you can spell these words in my quiz!