Expressions with TAKE | English vocabulary

source: Crown Academy of English     2016年7月11日
In this English vocabulary lesson, you will learn:
5 English expressions and phrasal verbs with the verb TAKE.
The different forms of this irregular verb (taking, past simple: took and past participle is taken.)
4 common uses and meanings.
The accent in this video is British English.
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23 words for talking about feeling good or bad

source: Learn English with Gill (engVid)      2016年7月8日
How many words do you know that mean 'happy'? What about 'sad'? In today's lesson you'll learn LOTS of different ways to describe how you're feeling. When you're learning a language, it's important to have a broad vocabulary. Whether you're writing an essay or you're speaking with your boss, using more interesting and expressive vocabulary will make your sentences clearer, and you'll sound more intelligent, too. Try using the adjectives in this lesson instead of ordinary ones at work, school, or in the writing and speaking sections of exams like the IELTS, TOEFL, or CAE. You'll also learn some common expressions and idioms that native speakers use to talk about their mood, like "over the moon", "happy bunny", and "down in the dumps".
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The Economics Report: New Clothing Manufacturing Jobs Could Increase in South Asia

source: VOA Learning English     2016年5月26日
A World Bank study says the increasing cost of making clothes in China could help South Asia grow its clothing industry. But workers often make clothes in poor conditions.
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What does the word 'SURE' really mean in English?

source: JamesESL English Lessons     2014年3月24日 Are you sure? Did you know that "sure" can mean different things? You can use this word to express agreement OR disbelief. Watch this vocabulary lesson now to learn how! Then take the quiz on to make sure you understand the lesson.

Talking About Your Favorite Sport in English

source: Twominute English      2013年12月25日
Everyone loves some sport or the other. Some play it for fun and some play it professionally, and sometimes people just watch them on TV.
You can always ask your friends about their favorite sports and play with them or share the experience of watching it with them.
In this lesson we will learn how to talk about your favorite sport with your friends.
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Words for Birds

source: Espresso English    2014年11月9日
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Cardinal and Ordinal Numbers - FIRST, SECOND, THIRD, FOURTH...

source:  English Lessons with Alex   2012年8月7日 Is Valentine's Day on February 14th, or February 14? Did the runner come in 1, or did he come in 1st in the race? Learn how to use and pronounce cardinal and ordinal numbers in this essential lesson, then take the free quiz at

English in a Minute: Nail-biter

source: VOA Learning English      2015年8月22日
Biting your nails is a bad habit. But, is that what this idiom is really talking about? Find out in this week's English in a Minute!
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Learn English via Listening Level 3 - Lesson 22 - Hawaii

source: Daily English Conversation     2016年2月29日
Learn English via Listening Level 3 - Lesson 22 - Hawaii.
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