10 adjectives invented by Shakespeare

source: English Lessons with Alex     2016年7月4日
Did you know that William Shakespeare added more than 2000 words to the English language? That's right! In this lesson, we'll look at 10 adjectives that were invented by Shakespeare. You'll learn the meaning of each of the words and how to pronounce them correctly. Often, Shakespeare invented these words by turning nouns into adjectives. Many of the words may have been used in English already, but Shakespeare was the first to put them down, and that's how they grew to become parts of the language that are still with us today. Native English speakers use this vocabulary in everyday speech and in writing. This lesson has excellent advanced vocabulary that you'll learn easily because you'll get the definitions and examples, and I'll tell you the most common contexts you'll hear these words in. To continue learning with Shakespeare, sign up for a free trial with Audible at http://www.engvid.com/out/audiblealex and you'll be able to download a FREE audiobook of one of Shakespeare's plays. Take the quiz on this lesson here:http://www.engvid.com/english-vocabul...

English in a Minute: To Fall Down the Rabbit Hole

source: VOA Learning English     2016年7月2日
This expression comes from the classic story "Alice's Adventure's in Wonderland."
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How to talk about DEATH in English

source: JamesESL English Lessons (engVid)    2014年5月9日
http://www.engvid.com/ Death is a part of life, but do you have the vocabulary you need to talk about it? In this lesson, I teach you everything you need to know to talk about death and dying, so that you can express yourself fully when you have to. You'll also learn some culturally accepted phrases which are used in many English speaking countries. Whether you are going to a funeral, or speaking to a friend who has lost someone, dealing with death can be unpleasant. Let's make sure that your English isn't the worst part of it! http://www.engvid.com/how-to-talk-abo...

Recession - Vocabulary, Slangs & Idioms

source: Learn English with Let's Talk    2012年12月28日
English Lesson : Recession - Vocabulary, Slangs & Idioms
In this lesson Ceema brings out important slangs and Idioms, those you would probably use while speaking about recession with you colleagues, friends and family.

Hotel English - III. English for Tourists

source: Twominute English     2013年12月17日
If you are traveling away from home, you'll need to visit a hotel. You can make the experience very enjoyable if you can communicate with the staff properly and tell them what you need to make your stay comfortable.
Do you have the necessary word-power and know the phrases that you can use to talk to the hotel staff? Here's your chance to brush up your travel English. In this lesson we will see some phrases that you can use to converse with hotel staff.
The sentences with the key phrases are highlighted at the end of the video. Practice all the phrases at the end to build your fluency on the subject matter.
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English Vocabulary Words for 10 Traditional Thanksgiving Foods

source: Espresso English   2014年11月27日
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3 ways to use 'as long as' - English Grammar

source: English Lessons with Alex  2013年7月17日
http://www.engvid.com/ 'As long as' is a very common English phrase. Find out what it means and three different ways to use it in this essential grammar lesson. In it, you will learn how to talk about duration, conditions, and emphasis with 'as long as'. As long as you're here, why don't you click on this video? It's my 100th video to date! Take the quiz here: http://www.engvid.com/as-long-as/

English in a Minute: Don't Count Your Chickens Before They Hatch

source: VOA Learning English    2015年7月18日
Is this expression about math, farming, or something else? Find out why you shouldn't count your chickens before they hatch in this episode of English in a Minute!
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Learn English via Listening Level 3 - Lesson 19 - Kings and Queens of England

source: Daily English Conversation   2016年2月29日
Learn English via Listening Level 3 - Lesson 19 - Kings and Queens of England.
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