English phrases to break up with your girl/boy friend

source: Learn English with Let's Talk     2016年6月21日
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It's not you, it's me:
Means the reason for the break up is the person who is breaking up and not the other person; this way you are letting down the other person easy and not blaming the other person for the break up.

It's over:
This is a direct and fairly harsh way of breaking up because in this case you are not offering any explanation for breaking up; in fact by stating its over you are closing all further communication and are not open to any form of discussion.

We are not compatible:
This means that two people have very different personalities... And that they do not work well together in a relationship.

Don't want to be exclusive:
Meaning the person who is breaking up does not want to be in a relationship with just one person; the person wants to explore more people, date others and not commit to one person. This is a valid reason to break up.

We are not in the same place:
Means we want different things from life; like one person may want to settle down the other person may want to focus on career .

Giving an ultimatum:
Meaning one person giving the other person a deadline to commit to the relationship; if the deadline is not met then that becomes the cause for the break up.

I don't feel the same way about you:
Meaning the intensity of emotions that two people feel as not at the same level; and that's why the levels of commitment towards the relationship are at different levels; and that becomes the reason for the breakup.


source: MrSkypelessons    2014年6月30日
This English lesson looks at the different linking words which contrast, compare and establish cause and effect. Words such as 'due to'', 'consequently', 'so as', 'nevertheless', 'despite', 'although' and many others are examined in terms of their meaning and function. This is part of a course I am making for students taking the FCE exam, and this information will be especially useful for the writing and use of English papers.
More lessons and quizzes on my blog: https://www.skype-lessons.com/
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And phrasal verbs are here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=677aA...

Business English Vocabulary: VV 48 - Manufacturing Process (2) | Advanced English Vocabulary

source: Business English Pod    2016年3月14日
In this Business English lesson we’ll look at English vocabulary related to the manufacturing process. This includes research and development, or R&D, as well as making prototypes. Next we’ll look at different approaches to manufacturing, including lean manufacturing, total quality management, or TQM, and Six Sigma. And most manufacturers follow a set of standards called ISO, especially ISO 9001 and ISO14001. Finally, we’ll look at a variety of manufacturing processes, such as machining, molding and extruding.

Financial English Vocabulary VV 29 - Bonds (Lesson 2) | English Vocabulary for Finance & Economics

source: Business English Pod    2012年4月1日
http://VideoVocab.TV In this lesson Business English vocabulary lesson, we'll look at financial English vocabulary related to different types of bonds. And we'll explain some of the key financial English vocabulary related to how bonds are priced and traded.

English in a Minute: Food for Thought

source: VOA Learning English    2015年3月5日
Have you ever heard this expression in American English? Find out what it means by watching this video.
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Learn English By Listening - Crazy English 365 Sentences | Unit 16

source: Daily English Conversation     2016年2月16日
Learn English By Listening - Crazy English 365 Sentences Day 16.
282. That’s just what I was thinking.
283. That’s life.
284. That’s more like it.
285. That’s not a problem.
286. That’s not true.
287. That’s OK.
288. That’s ridiculous.
289. That’s the way I look at it, too.
290. That’s the way it is.
291. That’s worthwhile.
292. The same to you.
293. The shortest answer is doing.
294. The sooner, the better.
▶ Crazy English 365 full: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Cdq-4...

Going to the bank - Learn Business English

source: Twominute English    2013年3月2日
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0:00 Welcome to twominuteenglish.com. Teaching you English in two-minute lessons.
0:03 In this lesson, we will see words and phrases that you can use when you are at a bank.
0:19 Hello. I have an account here and I need some help.
0:23 Sure Sir. What can I do for you?
0:25 I want my statement but I don’t have my card with me.
0:29 I see. I need to verify some personal information first then. May I have you ID, please?
0:37 Sure. Here it is.
0:39 One minute. Let me get your info on my screen. Alright, please confirm your account number, Mr. Jackson.
0:47 It’s 4322 1567 54
0:54 Ok, that will do. I’ll have your statement printed out in a minute. Are you aware of the extra fee for that printing, Sir?
1:02 Yes, I know banks charge us for every single thing.
1:06 That would be $0.50, Sir. Do you confirm your request?
1:11 I have no option, I need that statement now so yes, I confirm.
1:17 Alright,Sir. Here you go. Anything else I can help you with?
1:21 Nah! That will be all. Thanks.
1:35 How can I help you?
1:37 I need to open an account.
1:39 Sure. You want a savings account or a checking account?
1:43 I want a checking account and I heard your Basic Banking package would be the best one for me.
1:49 The Basic Banking is perfect for the ones who write only a few checks or keep a small checking balance.
1:56 That is me! So how do I apply?
1:59 Sir, first you need to fill out this form. If you do it now I can submit it as soon as today.
2:06 I’m afraid I don’t have the time to do so now.. Can we do this tomorrow?
2:12 Absolutely. Just ask for me at the front desk. My name’s Denice.
2:17 I’ll do that, thanks.
2:30 Hello Denice. How are you doing?
2:33 I’m doing good. How can I help you today?
2:36 Well, I would like to close my checking account.
2:40 Oh.. but if you don’t mind me asking, what happened, Sir? You've been such a good client.
2:46 Yes, you’re right. But this bank has been the worst. I’d like to use the services of another bank.
2:52 And I don’t mean to be rude but I've made up my mind so please just tell me what I need to do.
2:59 Sure Sir. You will need to fill out an account closure form.
3:04 Okay.Please just give me the form.
3:11 I have an account here and I need some help.
3:17 You will need to fill out an account closure form
3:24 I want my statement but I don’t have my card with me.
3:33 You want a savings account or a checking account?
3:41 I need to verify some personal information first then. May I have you ID, please?

4 Phrasal Verbs with PUT - put up, put on, put away, put together

source: English Lessons with Alex  2013年9月4日
http://www.engvid.com/ In this lesson, you will learn 4 important phrasal verbs with "put". When you're done, you can put all of your knowledge together and complete the quiz to test your understanding! You'll learn the following phrasal verbs in this lesson: "put away," "put together", "put on", and "put up".http://www.engvid.com/4-phrasal-verbs...
For Alex's previous lesson on "put" phrasal verbs, see http://www.engvid.com/phrasal-verbs-put/

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