CNN Student News May 9, 2016 with English subtitles

source: Tieng Anh Chuan 100  2016年5月8日
May 9, 2016 CNN Student News with subtitles, closed caption (You can click it on by yourself).

Do you know these 8 idioms with 'TAKE'?

source: Learn English with Rebecca     2016年5月6日
Learn the meaning of 8 commonly used idioms with the word "take". Do you know the difference between "take place" and "take sides"? What about "take care" and "take charge"? In this lesson, you will learn the meaning of eight commonly-used idioms that use the word "take". Start using idioms like these easily and naturally, just like native speakers do every day. Don't take forever! Watch this lesson now!
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Do you know the address? (English Conversation For Beginners - Lesson 17)

source: Daily English Conversation     2016年3月27日
Learn English Conversation For Beginners (100 Lessons).
Lesson 17 - Do you know the address?
Mark : Excuse me. Do you know how to get to the mall?
Betty : Sure, I used to work there. Go straight for about a mile, then turn left at the light. The mall will be on the right.
Mark : Do you know the address?
Betty : Yes, the address is 541 Main street.
Mark : Can you write it down for me please?
Betty : No problem.
Mark : Is it faster if I take Highland avenue?
Betty : No, that way is longer. There are more stop lights on that street.
Mark : I think you're right. Thank you.

PREFIXES - lesson 1: over / under / ir / ig / im / in

source: MrSkypelessons    2015年1月6日
This lesson describes the following prefixes and explains their meaning. More info on my website

over - overcharge, overwork, overrated, oversleep
under - underestimate, understaffed, underpaid
ir (r) - irreversible, irresponsible
ig (n) - ignoble
il (l) - illegal, illiterate, illogical
im (m,p) - impossible, immature, immaterial, impatient
in - inadequate, inconsequential, inconsiderate, inconsistent

Out of shape / In bad shape / In good shape

source: Espresso English     2015年2月15日
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How to talk about a topic intelligently

source: Learn English with Rebecca  2014年6月6日 Want to discuss a topic intelligently in English? Learn how to present your argument in three different ways. Improve your conversational and written skills in personal, professional, and academic life.