8 phrasal verbs and expressions with "BACK"

source: Crown Academy of English 2016年8月29日
In this English lesson, you will learn 8 phrasal verbs and expressions with the word "back":

go back / come back somewhere
back out of something
back down
back someone up
behind someone's back
pay back
back to square one
get back to someone
laid-back (adjective)

For each one, I explain the meaning and definition, show you the form and give you several examples.
The accent in this video is British English.
Here is another similar class explaining how to use the verb "get": http://youtu.be/SgTkunIpxHo

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Let's Learn English Lesson 25: Watch Out!

source: VOA Learning English    2016年8月24日
Anna learns about a new game, "Catch Americana." She walks around the memorials to U.S. Presidents and learns fun facts by playing the game.
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Let's Learn English Lesson 25 Speaking Practice

source: VOA Learning English   2016年8月17日
In this video, you can learn how to pronounce the new words and use the word "should" to give advice.

Let's Learn English Lesson 25 Pronunciation Practice

source: VOA Learning English     2016年8月17日
In this video, you can learn how to use the past tense negative verb form, "didn't."
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CNN Student News - August 29, 2016 (Monday) English Subtitle/ CC

source: Listening Regularly    2016年8月28日
CNN Student News: an update on a natural disaster in Italy and an examination of its quick assembly of first responders. That report is followed by a look back at Hurricane Katrina's landfall on the U.S. Gulf Coast. And we're discussing the resumption of U.S. commercial flights to Cuba and what potential visitors to the island can expect. That’s CNN Student News - August 29, 2016.
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Baseball Idioms Part Two: Learn English with Simple English Videos

source: Simple English Videos   2015年5月26日
To see our first video on Baseball idioms, go here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IbuPT...
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HOUSE vs HOME - What's the difference?

source: Learn English Lab   2016年7月23日
Watch this video and learn the difference between the words HOUSE and HOME.http://www.LearnEnglishLab.com

Learn English with Cooking: Making Blueberry Pancakes!

source: English Teacher Jon    2011年9月30日
http://www.engvid.com Words and expressions about cooking can open up a world before you. Learning about the measurements, tools, and methods of cooking will expand your English vocabulary. And you'll learn how to make yummy blueberry pancakes, too!
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SAT Vocabulary List #14

source: Catlin Tucker    2013年5月7日
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Conversation Skills - Giving your opinion

source: EnglishLessons4U      2013年10月20日
http://www.engvid.com/ If someone asks you your opinion, don't say "so-so", or maybe. Tell the person how you feel. In this lesson, learn how to give your opinion! Don't be shy! http://www.engvid.com/conversation-sk...

Master Modals with the Seam Method, Part 3

source: JamesESL English Lessons (engVid)    2012年1月31日
http://www.engvid.com Learn how to master the meaning and usage of modals. This grammar lesson will teach you how to state your preferences as well as give your opinion, using "would", "would rather", "would like to", and more. Then take the quiz at http://www.engvid.com/master-modals-s...

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What Did You Do in the Holidays?

source: Twominute English    2013年9月24日
Did you enjoy your holiday? Probably your friends did too. You must be excited to ask them about their holiday experience. How would you do that? Let's learn some phrases that you can use to ask your friends about how they spent their holidays.
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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0:01 Welcome to twominenglish.com. Teaching you English through two-minute lessons.
0:07 In this lesson you will learn phrases that you can use to ask your friends about their holidays.
0:21 So, how was your vacation?
0:24 Oh! This was the best vacation I’ve ever had in my life!
0:27 Wow! Where did you go?
0:30 We went to the Bahamas. It’s such an amazing place.
0:33 Really? Did you go with your parents?
0:37 Of course not! I went with my cousins. We had a blast!
0:40 I can imagine that. Did you take any pictures?
0:45 Yes. I’ll be uploading them to Facebook today. You can check them out.
0:49 That’d be great!
0:57 Why is all this work still pending?
1:01 What do you mean?
1:02 You promised to complete all the assignments during the holidays! What did you do in the holidays then, if not this?
1:09 Well, I didn’t have enough time to work on the assignments. My brother had an accident and I had to be with him at the hospital.
1:17 Alright, but, you’d better complete them by the weekend. If you miss the deadline you won’t get good grades.
1:29 How were your holidays?
1:31 Totally amazing! I needed that break.
1:34 Where did you go?
1:36 We took a boat trip to Koh Samui.
1:39 Koh Samui is a really peaceful place. It must’ve been quite relaxing.
1:44 Oh, yeah! After all the hectic schedules and tough life, it’s good to have a peaceful vacation. All I got was blue sea and clear sky!
1:53 I need a break myself. Going to apply for a 7-day leave today. Let’s see if the boss approves it.
2:01 I hope he does. You’ve worked very hard on your last project.
2:11 Hey Jerry! Glad to see you’re back. How were the hols?
2:15 Don’t ask, Brandy! I’ve had better holidays.
2:18 Why? What happened?
2:20 It was a series of disasters. Seriously.
2:24 Really, Jerry?
2:26 Yep. My flight got delayed 7 hours. Then the taxi to the hotel broke down.
2:32 Goodness!
2:34 The hotel was terrible. The food was awful.
2:38 I’m sorry to hear that, Jerry. It all sounds so bad!
2:42 But that’s not all, Brandy. I got sick from the bad food and couldn’t go out of the hotel room for 3 days.
2:49 Gosh, Jerry! You’ve had the most awful vacation ever!
2:53 I know, Brandy. It was hell.
2:58 So, how was your vacation?
3:03 Where did you go?
3:07 How were your holidays?
3:10 Did you go with your parents?
3:15 Did you take any pictures?
3:19 How were the hols?

Secrets of 'S in English

source: Espresso English 2013年4月18日
Did you know that 's is one of the most common "words" in the English language? 's may seem simple, but there are a few secrets to using and pronouncing it perfectly.
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Expectations - How to use "supposed to"

source: English Lessons with Alex    2010年2月9日
http://www.engvid.com/ In this English lesson, I explain how to talk about different kinds of expectations using "be supposed to." If you would like to know how to talk about rules, predictions, hearsay, and plans or arrangements, this is a great place to start. Take the free quiz on this lesson athttp://www.engvid.com/speaking-englis...