CNN Student News May 27, 2016 with English subtitles

source: Tieng Anh Chuan 100     2016年5月26日
May 27, 2016 CNN Student News with subtitles, closed caption (You can click it on by yourself).

source: Thanh Do     2016年5月27日

IELTS & TOEFL - The easy way to improve your vocabulary for English exams

source: Learn English with Rebecca    2014年2月19日 Is your English limited to "good" and "bad"? Learn how to improve your vocabulary FAST by using more advanced, descriptive adjectives. Having marked thousands of student essays, I know this one simple change can help you get a higher score on any English exam, especially the TOEFL, IELTS, and TOEIC. You can move from lazy English to powerful English in minutes! Take the quiz on this lesson here:

Between or Among?

source: Learn English with Emma  2013年3月22日 "Among" or "between" -- which one should you use? In this lesson, you will learn about the common English words "between" and "among", and about how they are different. These two words are often confused by both native speakers and ESL students. Between you and me, this lesson is a must-see for anyone learning English. After the lesson, take the quiz here:

Business English Vocabulary Lesson for ESL - Accounting: GAAP

source: Business English Pod    2009年1月25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.

Financial English Vocabulary Lesson for ESL: GM Bankruptcy

source: Business English Pod     2009年5月31日
Visit http://www.VideoVocab.TV to view and download more videos on Business English vocabulary for ESL.

English in a Minute: It's Up To You

source: VOA Learning English     2014年10月14日
If somebody told you "it's up to you" what would you think? Watch this program to find out what this phrase means in American English.
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Happy Birthday, William Shakespeare! (Let's Learn English Lesson 13)

source: VOA Learning English     2016年5月6日
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Learn English By Listening - Crazy English 365 Sentences | Unit 1

source: Daily English Conversation    2015年10月5日
Learning English Crazy English method shortens the process of forming natural language of man, not help a person from place to place to achieve the ability to express themselves fluently.
How to memorize:
- Listen to audio
- Read slowly, loudly, clearly and accurately
- Quick read all sentences
- Repeated 100 times - blurted out - so-called Crazy

Crazy English 365 Sentences | Unit 1:
1. Absolutely
2. Absolutely impossible!
3. All I have to do is learn English.
4. Are you free tomorrow?
5. Are you married?
6. Are you used to the food here?
7. Be careful
8. Be my guest
9. Better late than never
10. Better luck next time
11. Better safe than sorry
12. Can I have a day off?
13. Can I help?

English Grammar - "try to do" or "try doing"?

source: Learn English with Emma  2013年05月03日 I tried to study English or I tried studying English? What is the difference in meaning? This is something that is asked a lot on tests! In this grammar lesson, I look at the verb "try", and will teach you when it should be followed by a gerund or an infinitive. The meaning of "I tried to watch the movie." is not the same as "I tried watching the movie." Watch this lesson and find out why.

"Oldest" and "Eldest" - What's the difference?

source: English Lessons with Alex  2012年4月18日 Oldest or eldest? Learn how to use these two easily confused words. Stop waiting, and click the play button to watch this vocabulary lesson now! Don't forget to go to to take the quiz.

War & Military Vocabulary: Understand the news

source: English Lessons with Adam    2014年12月23日
Unfortunately, we live in a world at war. We read about it in newspapers. We see it on TV and hear about it over the radio. This lesson will provide you with some of the English vocabulary you need to understand what is reported in the media. Do you know what the difference is between the Marine Corps, the Air Force, and the Navy? Want to know how rockets, missiles, and mortars are different from each other? Watch this lesson, and then take the quiz to test your new knowledge.