across vs across from

source: LearnAmericanEnglishOnline        2015年9月13日

Legal English Vocabulary VV 26 - Contract Law (Lesson 1) | Business English Vocabulary

source: Business English Pod     2011年10月24日
This episode of http://www.VideoVocab.TV is the first of our two-part series on English vocabulary related to business contracts. In this lesson, we'll look at the key principles behind contracts and contract law.


(2015下-商專) 商用英文(二)邱怡慧 & 賴暄堯 / 空中進修學院

Business English Vocabulary : VV 47 – The Manufacturing Process (1) | Advanced English Vocabulary

source: Business English Pod     2016年3月8日
In this http://VideoVocab.TV lesson, we’ll learn English vocabulary related to manufacturing. Companies manufacture goods in plants, or factories, where they put together raw materials or various parts and components into a final product. We’ll cover ideas such as fabrication, as well as the assembly line, where goods are assembled. Manufacturers rely on quality control, or QC, to ensure the quality of their finished goods.

VV 30 - Business English Vocabulary for Supply Chain Management 1

source: Business English Pod    2012年6月18日
In this Video Vocab English lesson, we'll look at the basic steps in the supply chain, beginning with suppliers, who sell materials or parts to the manufacturers that assemble products. The products then go to distributors, who transport them to retailers, where they are then sold to consumers or end users.

English in a Minute: Tip of the Iceberg

source: VOA Learning English    2015年5月30日
An iceberg is a large mass of ice floating in water. But what do you think this idiom means? Find out in this week's episode of English in a Minute!
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Learn English By Listening - Crazy English 365 Sentences | Unit 17

source: Daily English Conversation    2016年2月16日
Learn English By Listening - Crazy English 365 Sentences Day 17.
295. There is a call for you.
296. There is no doubt about it.
297. There is not hing I can do.
298. There’s a possibility.
299. These things happen all the time.
300. This soup tastes great.
301. Time is money.
302. Tomorrow never comes.
303. Two heads are better than one.
304. We are in the same boat.
305. We can get by.
306. We can work it out.
307. We have a lot in common.
308. We’ll see.
309. What a coincidence!
310. What a shame!
311. What are you up to?
312. What are you talking a bout?
313. What are your plans for the weekend?
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Forming 'WH' questions in English

source: Learn English with Let's Talk     2014年7月14日
Take the quiz -
W/H allows the speaker to find out more information about topics. They are as follows.
When? - Time (The answer refers to time)
Where? - Place (The answer refers to place)
Who? - Person (The answer refers to a person/persons)
Why? - Reason (The answer gives a reason)
How? Manner (The answer refers to a manner or method of doing )
What? - Object/Idea/Action (The answer refers to an idea, object or an action)
Which? - Things (The answers refers to a thing)
Others words 'How' can also be used to inquire about specific information:
How much? - Price, amount (non-countable)
How many? - Quantity (countable)
How long? - Duration
How far? - Distance

# Example Sentences:
When / at What time?
When is the meeting?
When is the interview?
When is the next bus?
When is your birthday party?
When are you coming?
When is the last train to Moscow?
What time is the function?

Where is that boy?
Where is your office?
Where is my book?
Where are their books?
Where are my glasses?
Where is your friend Ram?
Where are the children?

Who is that boy?
Who is she?
Who is your favorite actress?
Who are they?
Who is that girl there?

Why is the train late?
Why are you so dull?
Why are you late?
Why is she here?
Why are you angry ?
Why are they afraid of him?

How is the Hotel room?
How is everybody?
How is your friend Rachna?
How are things?
How old are you?

What time is it?
What's your father's name?
What is the name of that girl?
What is wrong with you?
At what time is the meeting?
On what day is the function?

Which is your book?
Which is your umbrella?
Which is his bag?
Which color do you like?

10 English Phrasal Verbs with the Word COME

source: Espresso English      2015年3月15日
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