CNN Student News May 25, 2016 with English subtitles

source: Tieng Anh Chuan 100      2016年5月25日
May 25, 2016 CNN Student News with subtitles, closed caption (You can click it on by yourself).

source: Thanh Do     2016年5月25日

English Vocabulary & Expressions with HOUSE and HOME

source: Learn English with Emma [engVid]   2016年5月13日
What's the difference between "housework" and "homework"? What does it mean if a person is "homeless"? Do "house" and "home" mean the same thing? In this lesson, I will answer all these questions and more. I will also teach you common expressions that use the words "house" and "home". You will learn the meaning of "hometown", "homesick", "home sweet home", "on the house", "make yourself at home", and many more. After watching, you can do your homework by taking the quiz at

come + talking about days and dates

source: LearnAmericanEnglishOnline   2016年5月17日
The verb "come" can be used for many different purposes. Here are some examples of how to use "come" when talking about days, dates, months, and holidays.

Project Management Vocabulary 2 (Business English Vocabulary Lesson for ESL)

source: Business English Pod   2008年9月29日
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This Business English video ESL lesson introduces English vocabulary for discussing projects and project management in English.

Accounting Vocab (Advanced Business English Vocabulary Lesson for ESL)

source: Business English Pod     2009年2月1日
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This Business English video ESL lesson introduces English vocabulary for finance and accounting related to the key concepts of GAAP.

English in a Minute: Wake-Up Call

source: VOA Learning English    2015年11月28日
Have you ever gotten a wake-up call? This expression can be used in many situations. Find out more about this idiom in this week's English in a Minute.
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Is It Cold? (Let's Learn English Lesson 9)

source: VOA Learning English     2016年4月20日
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I Want to Dye my Hair Green (English Listening Level 2 - Lesson 1)

source: Daily English Conversation    2016年2月9日
English Listening Level 2 - Lesson 1 - I Want to Dye my Hair Green.
Many of my friends have dyed their hair different colors.
I don't mean normal hair colors like brown or black.
My friends have dyed their hair orange, purple and blue.
I told my mother that I would like to dye my hair green.
I explained to my mother that I would only use food coloring.
The green would not last forever.
My mother said that dyeing your hair was a silly fad.
She said that I would not look good with green hair.
I said that if I couldn't dye my hair green, maybe I could get a nose ring.
My mother said "no."
I said that maybe a tattoo on my arm would be nice.
My mother said "no way."
My mother said that she did some crazy things when she was a young girl.
She said that she used to iron her hair to make it straight.
That sounds quite boring to me.
My friend Joan came over.
Her hair is dyed bright pink.
My father said "nice hair, Joan."
I don't think that he really meant it.
My mother says that when I am an adult I can dye my hair whatever crazy color I like, but
for now she would like me to leave my hair its natural color.
I tried to tell her that all my friends were doing it.
My mother asked, "if all your friends were jumping off a cliff, would you do it too?"
I said "no."
I think I'll have to wait to have green hair, but maybe by the time I'm old enough to dye
my hair green, I won't want it that color.
My mother says that fads change all the time.
One day something might be popular, and the next day it's not in style at all.
I'll just have to live without green hair for now.
I wonder what the fad will be next month.

10 Teenage Secrets teenagers will never tell you.

source: Learn English with Let's Talk    2014年11月7日
In this lesson Ceema brings you some of the teenage secrets.
1. Unauthorized usage of vehicles.
They drive Dad’s motorbike or car without his approval. When they meet with a minor accident and the vehicle gets damaged, They just say "I found it lying like that in a parking lot".
2. Hiding real ambitions
There’s so much pressure on the teenagers to become engineers or doctors. They want to become an air-hostess or an athlete, but find it tough to discuss it with my parents.
3. Watching porn films
Teenagers often watch porn films at their friends’ places or flip through adult magazines when their parents are not home. A lot of porn is also available on the Internet and some of the teenagers download short clips onto their mobiles.
4. Not revealing fights
sometimes teenagers fight with their friends, but there’s mutual understanding that they won’t let their parents know. And, usually, they sort out the differences themselves.
5. Practicing bad hygiene
To avoid bathing during the winter. They just go into the bathroom, wet their feet, face and hair, spray some deodorant and exclaim how cold the water was!
6. Keeping financial secrets
Some of the teenagers have taken up part-time jobs to meet their expenses, but they don’t tell their parents about it so that their pocket money is not reduced.
7. Memorizing phone numbers
They memorize the phone numbers of their friends whom their parents do not approve of so that their names don’t blink on their mobile phone.
8. Drug / Alcohol. Sexual abuse
Some of them get stuck with friends from whom they learn to smoke, drink, splurge, and other vices. They get entangled with a group and become addicted to the abuses.
9. Damaging property
while playing football or any other indoor games with their siblings, they break things for example, a flowerpot. They throw the broken pieces into a vacant, adjacent plot without my parents knowing.
10. Cheating on studies
Homework is often a team effort. They divide homework between friends so it becomes easier to finish it on time. At times, they also convince one of the studious fellows of their class to part with his homework and then copy it.

None of your business / Mind your own business

source: Espresso English     2015年2月20日
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English Vocabulary - ACTUALLY

source: English Lessons with Adam    2013年2月18日 'Actually' is actually used more often in conversation than you think. It has several uses in English, and is a common shortcut we use to correct someone or to emphasize something. In this lesson, you'll hear how to pronounce the word correctly, and learn its full use.