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source: Mark Kulek     2016年6月29日

Lesson 11: This Is My Neighborhood

source: VOA Learning English     2016年5月25日
Anna has many things to do. She needs to go to the library, post office, bank, and store. Marsha helps her find these places in their neighborhood.
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Speaking Practice Let's Learn English Lesson 11

source: VOA Learning English     2016年6月5日
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Learn English - Travel Vocabulary

source: JamesESL English Lessons (engVid)     2013年12月20日 Learn important, basic words you will need when you travel. Knowing a little English vocabulary can help a lot when you are travelling. Whever you are going in the world, you can almost always find someone who speaks some English. I'll teach you how a "tourist attraction" is different from a "tourist trap". What about "sight seeing"? Do you know what an "itinerary" is? Do you have your travel documents? Get ready for your English to take flight!

Accent Training : Lesson 02 - Pronunciation of Vowel sounds /i/ and /I/

source: Learn English with Let's Talk     2013年1月13日
Accent Training Lesson 02 : Pronunciation of Vowel sounds /i/ and /I/
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Office English - How to talk to your subordinates

source: Twominute English    2014年1月14日
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0:14 Hi there! Glad to see you, dear viewer. Many of us work in offices and have subordinates reporting to us.
0:20 We need to give them tasks, get reports, give feedback and communicate with them about a lot of other things.
0:27 It’s hard, isn’t it?
0:28 But don’t worry, you can improve your office communications if you practice.
0:33 So in this lesson we will see conversations related to offices and talking to subordinates.
0:39 Do listen to them all, and also make sure you check out the vocabulary section at the end.
0:43 Feel free to practice the lines by pausing the lesson and repeating the dialog anywhere you want!
0:49 Let’s get it started now!
0:58 Excuse me Kate. You have a minute?
1:00 Sure, Sir. What can I do for you?
1:02 I just want to update you about the new project we’ve been assigned.
1:05 But the previous one isn’t finished yet.
1:08 Yes, I know. You told me it’ll be done by the next weekend, so we’ll start working on the next one after that.
1:14 Okay, I am worried about delays though.
1:17 Don’t worry Kate, I saw the status, this one’s almost done. You’ll finish it comfortably.
1:29 Check your mail Luke. You’ve got a new assignment.
1:32 I saw that. It involves a lot of traveling. Is there a deadline?
1:36 In fact there is… You gotta give me the finished report by 12th Jan.
1:40 That gives me 10 days to finish it.
1:42 Yes. Enough time I am sure.
1:44 Yes Sir. Enough time. Don’t worry, I’ll sort it out.
1:55 Alright! I saw this month’s performance charts. You’ve been doing pretty good lately.
1:59 Thanks! That telephone marketing training I got has helped a lot.
2:03 Yeah! I guess it worked. Mark my words, if your conversions continue to be this high, you’re all set to be the team leader next quarter.
2:12 It feels good to hear such words.
2:14 I bet it does. Just stay focused. If you need anything just let me know.
2:25 What’s wrong with you Kate?
2:27 What happened Luke? Did I do something wrong?
2:29 The financial report you sent me last night has a number of silly mistakes.
2:33 The expenditures have been posted to wrong accounts, and the balance sheet is incorrect.
2:37 Is that so? But I spent the entire afternoon correcting all the issues.
2:42 I made sure there were no mistakes. Looks like I mailed you a wrong copy.
2:47 Are you kidding me? You didn't check the document before pressing that send button?
2:51 I was working late night yesterday and I wasted an hour finding errors in that balance sheet.
2:56 Luke, I’m really sorry! Please give me a minute, I’ll send you the correct copy.
3:10 When you update someone about something, you tell them about something new that has happened.
3:20 Sort it out is an idiom which means to fix something, or resolve an issue.
3:24 When you say you will sort out some pending work, it means you will find a way to finish it.
3:33 The deadline is the date on which you need to submit the finished work.
3:42 When you say ‘mark my words’ you want the listener to pay importance to what you are saying.
3:52 When you’re focused, you are concentrating on the work. To stay focused is to continue being concentrated.
4:04 Posting is an accounting term. It means to make a record of a financial transaction in your accounting system.
4:12 Thank you for watching this lesson. We’ll be back with a new lesson tomorrow.
4:16 We’d like you to come back and check it out!
4:18 See ya around!

25 English Expressions with the word Name

source: Espresso English     2014年10月15日
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TOEFL Basics - Introduction to TOEFL iBT

source: Learn English with Rebecca    2008年11月18日 If you want to know about TOEFL iBT, this is where to start. In this lesson, I answer some basic questions about the TOEFL that I've received from students. We cover some introductory information about the exam. If you are just starting your journey towards TOEFL, or if you are interested in the exam, but don't know where to start, watch this lesson. You can ask me more questions on engVid. I will record answers to common questions for students whenever I can. Find more FREE information on the TOEFL at

Learn English via Listening Level 3 - Lesson 26 - Australia : People

source: Daily English Conversation     2016年2月29日
Learn English via Listening Level 3 - Lesson 26 - Australia : People.
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