IELTS Writing: Numbers and Pie Charts

source: Learn English with Emma [engVid]     2016年7月20日
Taking the IELTS? In this video, I will teach you key vocabulary that will help you get a better score on the writing section of the IELTS. To make things easy for you, I'll teach you impressive academic vocabulary and give you sentences you can use to describe numbers, percentages, and fractions. You'll learn what IELTS examiners are looking for, and what you need to write to get a high band. We'll practice analyzing and describing pie charts so you know exactly what to do when you take your test! Continue your IELTS preparation with many other free IELTS lessons at
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Lesson 15: I Love People-Watching!

source: VOA Learning English    2016年6月5日
Anna and her friends are people-watching during their lunch hour in Washington, DC.
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Let's Learn English Lesson 15 Speaking Practice

source: VOA Learning English     2016年6月5日
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How to improve your English speaking skills

source: Crown Academy of English     2014年7月22日
In this video, I explain how to improve your English speaking skills. I give you advice in reverse order of English conversation tips starting with the basics and finishing with the most important advice.
It is important to know how to improve spoken English because students often find oral tests and exams very difficult. Knowing how to improve your English conversation is very important to have for your job, personal life and travel.
Don't forget that one of the most important pieces of advice is to make sure that you learn good English grammar.
These tips will help you improve your conversation skills for tests such as IELTS and TOEFL.
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How To Speak English Fluently And Confidently

source: Learn English with BeGlobal  2015年10月21日
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Improve your social skills with Bar English!!!

source: JamesESL English Lessons    2013年10月26日 Do you want to know "what's on tap" and save money while in your local bar? Then take this lesson and find out why! You'll also learn the meanings of "it's on me", "last call", "cut off", and other expressions you can use in a bar. Test your beer IQ with the quiz, too:

Asking people where they come from. Basic English Lesson

source: Twominute English     2014年1月26日
Some people are born and brought up in a particular place or others come to a certain place to work or to study. We might have a lot of friends in our schools, colleges or workplace who belong to a certain city or country.
In this lesson we'll learn the words to use in different ways of asking someone where he is from.
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0:13 Hello! Welcome to the lesson! We constantly meet new people and make friends in life.
0:19 When we meet someone new, we want to know which place they are from.
0:24 So how would you ask that question and how would you answer it? Today’s lesson is all about that.
0:31 Listen to all the sample conversations, and also make sure you check out the vocabulary section at the end.
0:38 You can practice the lines by pausing the lesson and repeating the dialog anywhere you want!
0:45 Let’s get it started now!
0:54 Hello.
0:55 Hi.
0:56 How are you?
0:58 I'm good. How are you?
0:59 Good. Do you speak English?
1:02 A little. Are you American?
1:04 Yes.
1:05 Where are you from?
1:07 I'm from California.
1:09 Nice to meet you.
1:11 Nice to meet you too.
1:19 Hey Nathan.
1:21 I have never asked you before but what’s your hometown?
1:26 My hometown is Washington.
1:29 I am from New Jersey.
1:31 Oh cool! I like New Jersey.
1:40 Hey Yuki. How are you?
1:43 Hi Garry. I’m good. How about you?
1:46 I’m just fine.
1:47 Okay.
1:49 Sorry to bother you but which country are you from?
1:53 No, it’s okay. I am from Japan.
1:57 Okay. Where in Japan?
2:00 I am from Tokyo. You’re from The States, right?
2:03 No, no. I am from Toronto, Canada.
2:07 Okay, nice! You seem like you are from The States.
2:11 Yeah. Well there isn’t a lot of difference you know.
2:16 Yes. I agree.
2:25 Hey Leo! Are you from Hawaii?
2:27 Yes. I was born and brought up in Hawaii.
2:30 Okay.
2:31 Are you from Hawaii too?
2:33 No. I am from Washington Dc. I’ve come here to work.
2:37 Okay. So were you born and brought up in Washington Dc?
2:40 Yes, indeed.
2:42 Okay. Cool!
2:53 United states of America is commonly referred to as The States, specially inside the United States of America.
3:04 The city where you born and brought up in, is the city where you spent your childhood.
3:13 When you belong to some place,
3:15 You’ve lived there for a long time and you identify with that place, its culture and its people.
3:25 Your hometown is the town where you spent most of your life, specifically your childhood.
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English Vocabulary Words: Dance

source: Espresso English     2014年10月8日
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Confused Words: THEY'RE, THERE, THEIR

source: Learn English with Rebecca     2008年11月25日 Homonyms are words that sound the same, but have different meanings and spelling. In this lesson, I explain how to correctly use the homonyms THERE, THEIR, and THEY'RE