CNN Student News May 5, 2016 with English subtitles

source: Tieng Anh Chuan 100   2016年5月4日
May 5, 2016 CNN Student News with subtitles, closed caption (You can click it on by yourself).

source: CNN    2016年5月4日
An economic crisis takes a toll on Venezuela, an "explosive" wildfire threatens a city in Canada, and we explain some major developments in U.S. politics.

How to Keep a Conversation Going (925 English Lesson 3)

source: Business English Pod 2016年4月17日
Learn how to make a conversation in English in this 925 English lesson. Download the free Business English conversation video lesson here:
In our last 925 English lesson, we had a look at how to start a conversation in English. In this lesson, we’re going to learn how to keep an English conversation going and how to end it.

Buying a shirt (English Conversation For Beginners - Lesson 15)

source: Daily English Conversation      2016年3月20日
Learn English Conversation For Beginners (100 Lessons).
Lesson 15 - Buying a shirt.
Dan : Excuse me.
Maria : Hello sir, may I help you?
Dan : Yes. Can I see that shirt on the top shelf please?
Maria : Sure. Here it is.
Dan : How much does it cost?
Maria : 50 dollars.
Dan : 50 dollars. That's too much.
Maria : How about this one? It's on sale for only 35 dollars.
Dan : I don't like that one.
Maria : How about the one next to the black gloves? It's very similar to the one you like.
Dan : That's nice. How much is it?
Maria : 30 dollars.
Dan : That'll be fine.
Maria : Is this color OK, or would you like a different color?
Dan : That blue one's fine.
Maria : Do you need any more of these shirts?
Dan : Yes.
Maria : How many do you want?
Dan : I'll take two more, a red one and a white one.


source: MrSkypelessons 2    014年7月3日
This English lesson looks at the different linking words which link conditional clauses and add information. Words such as 'unless, until, in case, furthermore, for instance' and many others are examined in terms of their meaning and function. This is part of a course I am making for students taking the FCE exam, and this information will be especially useful for the writing and use of English papers.

"I stopped smoking" or "I stopped to smoke"?

source: Learn English with Emma  2013年1月16日 I stopped to talk or I stopped talking? What is the difference in meaning? In this lesson, we will look at the verb "to stop" and when it should be followed by a gerund or an infinitive. The meaning of "I stopped to smoke" and "I stopped smoking" is very different. Watch this video and find out what the difference is. Then take the quiz:

Learn English - 5 "DOWN" Idioms

source: English Lessons with Alex  2014年6月14日 Learn five idioms with the preposition "DOWN". Are you "down-to-earth"? What does it mean to be "down in the dumps"? What happens if your work goes "down the drain"? If you feel "down and out", are you motivated? And what does it mean if a sports game goes "down to the wire"? Learn these common expressions, and get ready to improve your vocabulary!

Speak English: What to call people

source: Learn English with Rebecca  2014年6月23日 Learn what to call people in casual, professional, and formal situations. Knowing the correct way to refer to people is the key to starting a good conversation. This lesson is important for everyone, but especially if you work with the public. Watch this English lesson to learn the starting point of good manners and good business! Take the quiz to test your understanding at: