Lesson 16: Where Are You From?

source: VOA Learning English      2016年6月2日
Anna interviews tourists on the National Mall in Washington, DC. She learns about where they are from and the languages they speak.
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Let's Learn English Lesson 16 Speaking Practice

source: VOA Learning English     2016年6月2日
In this video, you can learn to say the new words in Lesson 16. Learn how to say your country and nationality.
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Talking about your age

source: EnglishLessons4U     2012年11月12日
http://www.engvid.com/ How old are you? Are you a teen? Are you in your mid-twenties? Late forties? Learn how to talk about your age in English, and learn some new expressions too! Then take the quiz here: http://www.engvid.com/talking-about-age/

Hear and listen - Difficult English words

source: Crown Academy of English    2015年10月11日
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5 conversation phrasal verbs you need to know

source: JamesESL English Lessons     2013年10月12日
http://www.engvid.com/ These 5 phrasal verbs are used every day by native speakers to help them "catch up" with friends and "work out" problems at home and work. Study this video and you won't ever feel cut off in a conversation. Take a quiz on this lesson here: http://www.engvid.com/5-conversation-...

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Accent Training Lesson no 05 : Pronunciation of Vowel sound /ɛ/

source: Learn English with Let's Talk    2013年1月30日
Lips: Farther apart than for /eɪ/ and relaxed.
Tongue: Relaxed, mid-high position.

Common Spelling Patterns for /ɛ/
1. e - pet, shed, exit, tell
2. ea - treasure, dead, read

said, says again, against, any

Discussing Your Future Plans in English.

source: Twominute English       2014年1月29日
'I'm going to...' So, you must be planning to do something in the near future, and probably want to tell others about it. In this English lesson, we'll learn some phrases that you can use to communicate your plans with your friends, family, and other people.
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0:13 Hello dear viewer!
0:15 When we talk about things we have planned, we use “I’m going to” to start the sentence.
0:28 In this lesson we’re going to see a lot of ‘I’m going to’ conversations.
0:32 Do listen to them all, and also make sure you check out the vocabulary section at the end.
0:44 Let’s get started now!!
0:52 Why are you packing all this stuff?
0:55 I’m going to Sydney.
0:56 You what? You didn’t tell me!
0:59 Well, I got a call from my boss. He said I’ve got to board tomorrow’s flight.
1:05 Is everything alright?
1:07 I think there’s some problem there in the sales team. I’ve been asked to sort it out.
1:13 I see... Well... take care of yourself and have a safe journey.
1:24 What should I cook for dinner tonight?
1:25 Don’t bother me. I’m going to have dinner out today.
1:29 Is there any special occasion?
1:31 Yup. One of my friends is throwing her birthday party.
1:34 and i'm invited to her house tonight for barbecue.
1:38 That sounds good! Alright, have fun then!
1:47 Hey, where are you going?
1:49 I’m going to the downtown weekend party. Do you want to come along?
1:54 No, I already have some other plans.
1:56 Alright! See you tomorrow then.
1:59 I won’t be here tomorrow. I’m going to board tonight’s flight to Queensland.
2:03 Are you going on a vacation?
2:06 Yup. I’m going along with some friends. You won’t see me around for a few days.
2:10 Alright! Have fun!
2:19 What are you cooking for dinner?
2:22 I’m going to cook something special today.
2:24 Special? What’s today’s special then?
2:28 I’m going to prepare scallops with asparagus made in white truffle.
2:32 That sounds really tempting! Is there anything for dessert?
2:37 That’s a surprise. You’ll have to wait for it dear!
2:50 Downtown means the busy centre of a city where a variety of stores are available.
3:00 Barbecue is a type of cooking done outdoors directly on fire.
3:05 When you have a barbecue with friends, it’s fun.
3:14 Going on a vacation means to go away for some time to another place to relax and have fun.
3:20 It’s also called going on a holiday.
3:28 When something is tempting, it’s something that you like very much and want to have.
3:34 You can use the word tempting for food, or for anything that creates a strong feeling of desire in you.
3:45 The dessert is the sweet dish at the end of the meal.
3:49 Thank you for watching this lesson. We’ll be back with a new lesson soon.
3:54 Do come back and check it out!
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3:59 You can also interact with us and other fellow learners by posting your comments below.
4:04 See ya tomorrow!

10 English Idioms With the Word WATER

source: Espresso English     2014年10月5日
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Confused Words: WHO'S & WHOSE

source: Learn English with Rebecca     2008年12月30日
http://www.engvid.com/ In this lesson, you can overcome any confusion you feel about the meanings and usage of these two often-confused words -- WHO'S & WHOSE.