Talking about your favourite TV show in English

source: Learn English with Let's Talk    2016年6月11日
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Meaning one show or one part of your TV show which lasts for 30 to 60 minutes.
Example: Did you watch last night s episode of Quantico?

A season means a group of episodes. Each season can have between 12 or 24 episodes.
Example: I loved the first season of Downton Abbey as compared to the second season.

Re - runs:
Means the repeats of old episodes. Example: I enjoy watching the reruns of the famous TV show F.R.I.E.N.D.S.

Season premiere: means the first episode of a brand-new season.
Example: I am so excited to catch the season premiere of my favourite TV show, the game of thrones.

Season finale:
Means the last episode of the season.
Example: I love watching season finales because they are the most exciting episodes and they keep you intrigued till the next season.

Means a TV programme which is aired regularly on a particular day or days of the week.
Example: my favourite TV shows are Castle and Quantico.

Saving from the Internet. Example: I like to download certain TV shows and watch them whenever I like.

Watching live on the Internet. Example: sometimes I like to stream certain TV shows which are music-based live from the Internet.
Channel surfing: mean moving from one TV channel to another. Example: Channel surfing is my favourite past time when I am bored.

What's on air:
What is currently playing on TV?
Example: every evening when I come back from work the first thing I do is check what's on air.

Off air:
Means the TV show has ended for good.
Example: So many of my favourite shows have now gone off air. I really miss them that's why I catch the reruns.

Legal English VV 49 - Intellectual Property Law (1) | Business English Vocabulary

source: Business English Pod     2016年6月9日
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In this Business English vocabulary lesson we’ll look at English vocabulary related to intellectual property, or IP.

How To Talk About TIME in English

source: Learn English Conversation     2016年6月10日
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Financial English Vocabulary VV 39 - Stocks and Shares (Lesson 1) | Business English Vocabulary

source: Business English Pod     2014年7月14日
In this http://www.VideoVocab.TV lesson, we'll learn financial English vocabulary related to stocks and shares, which are one of several types of securities that are listed on exchanges. We'll explore ideas such as brokers and brokerages, as well as stock indexes, initial public offerings, or IPOs and dividends.

VV 22 Business English Vocabulary - Risk Management 1

source: Business English Pod     2011年2月15日
This is the first of a two-part http://VideoVocab.TV lesson on English vocabulary for risk management. In this lesson, we'll fIn this lesson, we'll take a general look at risk management in the business world.
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English in a Minute: Calling Someone's Bluff

source: VOA Learning English     2014年11月24日
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Learn English By Listening - Crazy English 365 Sentences | Unit 10

source: Daily English Conversation     2016年2月15日
Learn English By Listening - Crazy English 365 Sentences Day 10.
185. It’s a deal.
186. It’s a long story.
187. It’s a nice day today.
188. It’s a once in a lifetime chance.
189. It’s a pain in the neck.
190. It’s a piece of cake.
191. It’s a small world.
192. It’s a waste of time.
193. It’s about time.
194. It’s all my fault.
195. It’s awesome.
196. It’s awful.
197. It’s been a long time.
198. It’s better than nothing.
199. It’s essential.
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Learn English expressions with body parts

source: Learn English with Let's Talk      2014年8月21日
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1. To greet with open arms -
Meaning :to be very pleased to see someone, or to be very pleased with something new
Example :I was rather nervous about meeting my boyfriend's parents, but they welcomed me with open arms.

2. Behind one's back-
Meaning : Without someone's knowledge; secret from someone.
Example : She sold the car behind his back, while he was away on vacation.

3. To Brainwash someone
Meaning : to drive specific knowledge or propaganda into someone's brain, by constant repetition Example :The dictator brainwashed his people with lie after lie.

4. Have the cheek-
Meaning : To have the nerve / To be impudently aggressive
Example : You sure have your nerve, telling him off that way

5. Eye-opener-
Meaning :something that shows or teaches you something in a surprising way
Example :This man has just heard some eye-opening news.

6. To point a finger at-
Meaning : to blame someone; to identify someone as the guilty person.
Example : Don't point the finger at me! I didn't take the money.

7. To stand on one's feet-
Meaning : to be independent and provide yourself with all the things that you need to live without having to ask anyone else to help you.
Example : I've supported those children long enough - it's time they learned to stand on their own two feet.

8. To make one's hair stand-
Meaning : to cause someone to be very frightened.
Example : The horrible scream made my hair stand on end.

9. Jaw dropping-
Meaning : causing great surprise or astonishment.
Example :My jaw dropped when I heard she'd been admitted to Harvard.

10. To keep a straight face-
Meaning : to look serious and not laugh, although you are in a funny situation or are saying something funny or stupid.
Example: I can never play jokes on people because I can't keep a straight face.

Learn English Phrases - On the right/wrong track / Get back on track

source: Espresso English     2015年2月25日
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