CNN Student News May 16, 2016 with English subtitles

source: Tieng Anh Chuan 100     2016年5月15日
May 16, 2016 CNN Student News with subtitles, closed caption (You can click it on by yourself).

source: Thanh Do    2016年5月16日

Learn Business English ESL Vocabulary - Economic Terms

source: Business English Pod   2007年3月6日
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This Business English video ESL lesson introduces English vocabulary related to economics and the economy.

English Conversation - 925 English Lesson 2: How to Start a Conversation

source: Business English Pod    2016年2月14日
Learn how to start a conversation in English in this 925 English lesson. Download the free Business English conversation video lesson here:

Sometimes we call starting an English conversation “breaking the ice.” You can think of the “ice” as that initial silence between people. It could be between strangers on a plane or coworkers in a lunch room. And when we “break” the ice, we say something friendly to start a conversation. So how do you do that? What do you say? And what topics are best?

Well, in our first lesson ( we had an example of a greeting between work colleagues who didn’t know each other. Can you remember how they got their conversation started after the greeting? What did they say? Let’s have another listen to that short English dialog, and you can listen for the English conversation starter.

The Health Report: Disease Threatens Banana Supplies

source: VOA Learning English     2016年5月10日
Millions of people depend on bananas for nutrition. But officials are concerned about Panama disease, which threatens world banana supplies. Researchers are hard at work trying to stop the disease from spreading to Latin America.
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English in a Minute: Burned Out

source: VOA Learning English    2014年10月13日
What does it mean to be "burned out" in American English
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Let's Learn English Lesson 2: Hello, I'm Anna!

source: VOA Learning English    2016年2月25日
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Do you have any children? (English Conversation For Beginners - Lesson 22)

source: Daily English Conversation     2016年4月4日
Learn English Conversation For Beginners (100 Lessons).
Lesson 22 - Do you have any children?
Michelle : Charles, do you have any children?
Charles : Yes.
Michelle : How many children do you have?
Charles : I have two kids. A boy and a girl.
Michelle : What are their names?
Charles : Jack and Stephanie.
Michelle : How old are they?
Charles : Stephanie is 18 and Jack is 24.
Michelle : Are they in school?
Charles : Stephanie is. She goes to college in Washington and Jack works in Florida.
Michelle : What does Stephanie study?
Charles : She studies English.
Michelle : Is she here now?
Charles : No, she's at school.


source: MrSkypelessons     2014年10月29日
This is a lesson which I have made for my students who are preparing for the CAE exam. These collocations are all adverb collocations, and will be useful for the Use of English and Writing parts.
Please try the following quiz to test your knowledge

Highly - probable, (un)likely, successful, competitive, recommended, effective, controversial
Utterly/Absolutely - ridiculous, impossible, wrong, disgusting, devastating, pointless, appalled, worthless, senseless, hopeless
unbelievably / ridiculously / incredibly - cheap, expensive, big, small, long, short, early, late
bitterly - disappointed, resent, regret, complain, cry, weep
deeply - ashamed, concerned, moved, shocked, touched, affected, hurt, regret
strongly - oppose, influence, believe, deny, recommend, condemn, argue, object, support, suggest, correlate

Learn English Phrases - Have the time of your life / Have a blast / Have a good time!

source: Espresso English     2015年2月17日
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Confusing words: VERY & TOO

source: Learn English with Rebecca  2014年5月5日 Is the weather very hot or too hot? Was the movie very good or too good? Learn the difference between the commonly confused words 'very' and 'too'. You will never make this mistake again! This English vocabulary lesson is a must if you're not sure when to use these words. It's really easy -- it isn't too hard! Take the very comprehensive quiz here: