CNN Student News May 17, 2016 with English subtitles

source: Tieng Anh Chuan 100      2016年5月16日
May 17, 2016 CNN Student News with subtitles, closed caption (You can click it on by yourself).

source: Thanh Do    2016年5月17日

Learn Business English Vocabulary - Basic Legal Vocabulary

source: Business English Pod    2007年6月22日
Visit http://VideoVocab.TV to view and download more videos on Business English vocabulary for ESL.
In this epsiode of Video Vocab we're going to look at basic English vocabulary related to the law. This is the first in a three-part series: part 1 covers basic legal terms, part 2 will look at words related to a court case and part 3 will look at the vocabulary related to commercial law.
Key Vocabulary: Law (civil, criminal, contract, property, trust, tort, constituational, administrative & international), Lawyer, Defense, Prosecution & Legal Case.

Business English Course - Lesson 2: Making Suggestions in English

source: Business English Pod    2015年8月2日
Business English conversation lesson on making suggestions from our Business English Course:
Learn Business English for making suggestions in meetings.
The Business English Kickstart Course covers the 3 main Business English Skills of meetings, presentations and talking on the phone with 20 lessons appropriate for intermediate English Speakers. Learn more about the Business English Kickstart Course here:

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The Science Report: Monkeys Raft to Panama

source: VOA Learning English     2016年5月9日
Scientists announced that seven small teeth appeared in 21-million-year old rocks near the Panama Canal. The teeth belonged to a kind of monkey that should have only been in South America at that time.
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English in a Minute: Bucket List

source: VOA Learning English     2016年4月18日
What is on your "bucket list?" Find out what this term means in this week's English in a Minute!
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Let's Learn English Lesson 3: I'm Here!

source: VOA Learning English    2016年2月25日
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Help with pronunciation (English Conversation For Beginners - Lesson 23)

source: Daily English Conversation     2016年4月5日
Learn English Conversation For Beginners (100 Lessons).
Lesson 23 - Help with pronunciation
Kim : William, do you like studying English?
William : I like studying English, and I can read well, but speaking can be difficult.
Kim : It's not that bad. If you talk to your American friends every day, you'll learn quickly.
William : Can I ask you a question?
Kim : Sure, what do you want to know?
William : I have my book from class here. How do you say this word?
Kim : Laptop
William : Sorry, I don't understand. What does that mean?
Kim : A laptop is a type of computer that you can carry with you. Do you understand?
William : Yes, I think so. Can you say it again?
Kim : Laptop.
William : Laptop. Did I pronounce that correctly?
Kim : Yes, that's right. That's very good.
William : Thanks. And this word? How do you pronounce this?
Kim : That word is pronounced kitchen.
William : Thanks so much. You're a good teacher.
Kim : Thanks.

Taking a taxi - Learn English

source: Twominute English   2012年11月20日
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0:00 Welcome to Teaching you English in two minutes or less.
0:09 Hello, I would like a taxi to come to 511 Broadway, please.
0:14 Where are you going?
0:17 I am going to 1435 Park Avenue. It is in the city.
0:23 What is your telephone number?
0:26 My number is (215) 333-6879.
0:33 Your taxi will arrive in 20-30 minutes. He will call you when he gets downstairs.
0:43 Taxi!
0:46 Hey pal, where are you heading to?
0:49 I am going uptown to 135th street at the Grand Plaza Hotel.
0:55 Get in! There is a lot of traffic.
0:58 Do you want to take the highway? It has a toll but is faster.
1:03 How much is the toll?
1:05 $6.50.
1:08 Okay, that’s fine. Please, hurry. I am in a rush.
1:17 I would like to go to the airport. How much?
1:21 There is a flat rate fee to the airport of $35.
1:26 Yes, I do. We have to make one stop before going.
1:31 Please pick up my friend at 14 Court Street.
1:34 The extra stop will be an automatic $10 fee.
1:39 That is too expensive. Never mind, they will take their own taxi.
1:45 Just take me straight to the airport, please.
1:50 Hello, are you Mr. Smith who called for a taxi?
1:55 Yes, I am. I am heading to the Trump Plaza Hotel.
2:00 Do you know how to get there?
2:02 Yes sir, I do.
2:04 I am going to take the FDR Drive then exit 3 to Front Street.
2:10 I would like to avoid the highways. Please take major streets instead.
2:15 Sure thing. We will be there in a few minutes.
2:22 Hello, I want a taxi to pick me up outside of Wal-Mart.
2:27 What time?
2:29 I will be ready in 15 minutes.
2:32 Will you have a lot of bags?
2:35 Yes I will.
2:38 We will send a SUV taxi so you can fit everything.
2:45 Where are you going?
2:48 I would like to go to the airport. How much?
2:55 Hey pal, where are you heading to?
3:00 I would like a taxi to come to 511 Broadway, please.
3:08 I want a taxi to pick me up outside of Wal-Mart.

English Vocabulary - ABOUT, ABOUT TO, NOT ABOUT TO

source: Learn English with Emma  2013年6月3日 "I'm about to go study" or "I'm not about to go study"? What do these sentences mean? How do we use about, about to, and not about to in English? You are about to watch a vocabulary lesson in which I will explain the difference between these expressions with many examples. You'll also hear the Canadian pronunciation of "about" that many people find funny! Take the quiz on this lesson here:

How to Give Advice in English - recommend, suggest, advise, encourage...

source: English Lessons with Alex  2014年4月28日 I've got some advice for you! This lesson is all about giving advice using correct sentence structures. Watch this English lesson to learn how to give advice using the verbs: "suggest", "recommend", "propose", and "urge". I also teach you about a very common mistake that ESL students make, and how to correct it. If you want to learn how to give formal advice in English, I highly recommend that you click on this video!

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