CNN Student News May 12, 2016 with English subtitles

source: Tieng Anh Chuan 100      2016年5月11日
May 12, 2016 CNN Student News with subtitles, closed caption (You can click it on by yourself).

source: Thanh Do    2016年5月12日

Common questions (English Conversation For Beginners - Lesson 20)

source: Daily English Conversation     2016年3月30日
Learn English Conversation For Beginners (100 Lessons).
Lesson 20 - Common questions.
Carol : Brian, do you know how to speak English?
Brian : Yes.
Carol : Where did you learn?
Brian : I learned in college.
Carol : You speak really well.
Brian : Thank you.
Carol : How long have you been in the U.S.?
Brian : 3 weeks.
Carol : Is your wife with you?
Brian : Yes, she just got here yesterday.
Carol : Have you been to California before?
Brian : No. I've never been there.
Carol : Have you ever been to Las Vegas?
Brian : Yes. I went there once on a business trip.

PREFIXES - lesson 2

source: MrSkypelessons    2015年1月10日
This lesson describes the following prefixes and explains their meaning. More information on my website

anti-establishment, anti-clockwise, antichrist
contradiction, controversial, contraband
asymmetric, asexual, anhydrous, anonymous
international, interact, intermolecular
intracellular, intra molecular bond
malformed, malpractice, malevolent
multinational, multicoloured
polyglot, polygamy
paranormal, paramilitary
pseudonym, pseudo science

13 BOOK Expressions in English

source: Learn English with Emma  2013年2月25日 What does it mean to be in someone's good books? Have you ever been called a bookworm? In this English lesson, you will learn 13 common expressions that have the word 'book' in them. I'll teach you how to use hit the books, don't judge a book by its cover, by the books, to have the book thrown at someone, the oldest trick in the book, and many more. Take the quiz on this lesson here:

5 nouns to make you sound smart

source: English Lessons with Alex2014年5月13日 Do you want to sound smarter? In this lesson, I'll teach you five advanced nouns that you can use in the classroom, at the office, or with friends. Start including these nouns in conversations with your boss, or use them in essays to impress your teachers. You'll sound smarter in no time! Expand your vocabulary, and make a better impression on the people that you meet. Learn these five nouns with me now!

6 fun idioms about DREAMS

source: Learn English with Rebecca  2014年5月21日 Get your DREAM vocabulary with these six popular idioms about dreams! Learn these expressions to help you understand native speaker conversations and popular culture. Improve your vocabulary with idioms such as "dream on", "wouldn't dream of it", "a dream come true", and more... Not sure about the meaning of these English idioms? Watch this lesson to build a vocabulary "beyond your wildest dreams"! Take the quiz here: