Learn English Phrases - Set the record straight / Have a great track record

source: Espresso English   2015年2月4日
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Prepositions - 'With', 'Over' & 'By'

source: Learn English with Let's Talk     2014年7月6日
With -
1. Used to indicate being together.
I ordered a sandwich with a drink.
He was with his friends last night.

2. Used to indicate having something.
Were you the one talking with an accent?
I met a guy with green eyes.

3. Used to indicate using something.
I wrote a letter with a pen you gave me.
This is the soup I made with rice and barley.

4. Used to indicate feelings.
I walked on the stage with confidence.
I am emailing you with my sincere apologies.

Over -
1. To indicate movement.
Come over to my house for dinner sometime.
They sent over a gift for this birthday.

2. To indicate downward movement.
The big tree fell over a car.
Can you bend over and pick the keys?

3. To indicate more than expected.
The phone rang for over a minute.
The money offered was over our expectation.

4. To indicate a period of time.
I worked there over 5 years.
I am stressed about this issue for over a month.

By -
1. To indicate closeness.
Can I sit by you?
The post office is by the bank.

2. To indicate a passive voice sentence.
The microwave was fixed by the mechanic.
The flowers were delivered by the florist.

3. To indicate an action with a purpose.
You can pass the exam by studying hard.
I expressed my feelings by writing her a letter.

4. To indicate a method.
Please send the package by Air-Mail.
I came here by car.

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Business Brainstorming - English lesson

source: Twominute English    2015年6月3日
Are you full of business ideas and unable to express them to others? Language can be the biggest hindrance in success in the business world.
You need to be quick and spontaneous with your thoughts and words if you really want to get the deal.
Brainstorming is an essential part of business. When you brainstorm, you try and look for innovative solutions and ideas that can help you do things better. You can brainstorm alone with someone else or even in a group.
In this lesson, let’s listen to some conversations about brainstorming. Let’s try and learn some phrases and vocabulary that’ll help us express ourselves when we need to brainstorm.
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The Education Report: World Bank to Invest $2.5 Billion in Education Projects for Girls

source: VOA Learning English    2016年5月18日
The World Bank is going to provide close to $2.5 billion to help girls be successful in school. The global program will concentrate aid in Africa and south Asia.
Originally published at - http://learningenglish.voanews.com/a/...

English Vocabulary for Economics VV 33 - Macroeconomics (Lesson 1) | Financial English Vocabulary

source: Business English Pod     2013年4月17日
In this http://VideoVocab.TV lesson, we'll look at some English macroeconomic terms, such GDP and GNP. We'll explore the natural business cycle, which includes periods of expansion, recession and sometimes even depression. We'll also look at the idea of trade balance between countries, which can be described as either a trade surplus or a trade deficit.

English in a Minute: Out of the Woods

source: VOA Learning English    2015年6月27日
The word "woods" refers to an area of land covered with many trees. But this idiom does not actually have anything to do with trees. Find out what it means to be "out of the woods" in this episode of English in a Minute!
Originally published at - http://learningenglish.voanews.com/me...

Learn English By Listening - Crazy English 365 Sentences | Unit 19

source: Daily English Conversation    2016年2月16日
Learn English By Listening - Crazy English 365 Sentences Day 19.
329. What’s your job?
330. Whatever you think is fine with me.
331. When is the most convenient time for you?
332. When will it be ready?
333. Where are you going?
334. Where can I check in?
335. Where can I go for help?
336. Where do you live?
337. Where have you been?
338. Where is the rest room, please?
339. Where were we?
340. Who is in charge here?
341. Would you care for a drink?
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English Grammar - like, would like, be like

source: English Lessons with Alex 2011年11月30日
http://www.engvid.com/ What do you like to do on the weekend? What would you like to do this weekend? What are your weekends like? Learn the difference between these types of questions in this useful English grammar lesson about easily confused expressions. Would you like to test your understanding of the lesson? Take our free quiz at http://www.engvid.com/english-grammar...

Phrasal Verbs As Nouns

source: English Lessons with Adam    2012年10月29日
http://www.engvid.com Has a teacher ever asked you to make up a class? Did you think he wanted you to decorate the classroom? Or did you understand he wanted you to do the class again? Did you ever have to back up as you were making a backup CD because something went wrong? Confused? This lesson explains some of the changes in sound and meaning when we join phrasal verbs to make nouns. Once you've watched the video, take the quiz: http://www.engvid.com/phrasal-verbs-a...