How To Talk About LOVE and HATE in English

source: Learn English Conversation     2016年6月15日
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How to Remember English Vocabulary Quickly and Easily

source: Learn English Conversation    2016年6月9日
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Financial English Vocabulary VV 41 - Corporate Taxes (Lesson 1) | Business English Vocabulary

source: Business English Pod    2015年2月3日
Download lots more Business English Vocabulary lessons at In this Video Vocab lesson, we learn financial English vocabulary for discussing corporate taxes.

English Vocabulary for IT VV 25 - Internet Technologies (Lesson 2) | Business English Vocabulary

source: Business English Pod     2011年5月30日
This episode of http://VideoVocab.TV is the second of our two-part series on vocabulary related to Internet technologies. In our last episode, we looked at the basic tools and concepts behind Web 2.0. In this lesson, we'll focus on the programming of websites and web-based applications.

English in a Minute: Fair Weather Friend

source: VOA Learning English    2014年11月30日
This expression is not about the weather. It's about friendship. Learn what it means from this one minute video.

Learn English By Listening - Crazy English 365 Sentences | Unit 12

source: Daily English Conversation    2016年2月16日
Learn English By Listening - Crazy English 365 Sentences Day 12.
208. It’s out of the question.
209. It’s time for dinner.
210. It’s up in the air.
211. It’s up to date.
212. It’s up to you.
213. It’s very popular.
214. It’s worth seeing.
215. Just let it be.
216. Just to be on the safe side.
217. Keep the change.
218. Keep up the good work.
219. Keep your fingers crossed.
220. Kill two birds with one stone.
221. Let me get back to you.
222. Let me guess.
223. Let me put it this way.
224. Let me see.
225. Let’s call it a day.
226. Let’s celebrate!
227. Let’s find out.
228. Let’s get to the point.
229. Let’s get together sometime.
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Learn English Expressions using "Up"

source: Learn English with Let's Talk   2014年7月27日
What’s up? Feel like learning more ways to us the word ‘up’ in English? Well you have come to the right place! Today we are going to give it up for this amazing two-letter word that just pops up all over the place in English.
You couldn’t ask for a more versatile word than up – look at all the different ways it can be used:

Expressions using ‘up’:
What’s up?: synonym for ‘How are you?’ ‘What is happening?’ ‘What is going on?’
Example: “What’s up Paula?” “Oh nothing, I’m just out enjoying the day.”

to pop up: to appear suddenly
Example: The house popped up into view as we turned the corner.

to give it up: a request to give praise or applause
Example: Give it up for the band for putting on such a great show.

to be fed up: to be annoyed
Example: I’m fed up with all this work my boss keeps giving me.

to catch up: to get to the point you should be, after a period of delay
Example: We have to catch up to the rest of the group before they leave on the bus.

two thumbs up: indicates approval, especially for a movie
Example: I give it two thumbs up, it was the best movie I’ve seen all year.

to shut up: stop talking
Example: The mom got so annoyed with all the noise she told her children to shut up.

up-to-date: the latest information or news
Example: The president asked for the most up-to-date report on the crisis.

to listen up: a way of asking people to come to attention and listen carefully
Example: Listen up everyone, we just received our orders for the mission.

Learn English Phrases - I have no clue / Totally clueless

source: Espresso English    2015年2月25日
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English Grammar - "I wish..." - Subjunctive

source: English Lessons with Adam    2013年2月5日 "I wish I were...". "He wishes it would...". Wishes are a part of everyday conversation among native English speakers. Are they all dreamers? Maybe. But most of the time, we use 'wish' to talk about something that isn't true or real, more than to talk about our fantasies. In this grammar lesson for advanced students, you'll learn the correct way to construct sentences using 'wish' and the subjunctive voice. You can also take a quiz on this lesson: