CNN Student News with subtitles - November 3, 2016 | U.S. Electoral College | How U.S. ...

source: NEWS with Subtitles     2016年11月2日
Today, CNN Student News explain the U.S. Electoral College and how the Supreme Court chooses its cases. Also covered: migrant camps in Paris and wind turbines in the U.S.
With the U.S. presidential election just five days away, we're providing an in-depth explainer on what exactly the Electoral College is -- and what happens if there's a tie in the college on Election Day. Also featured is a look at how the U.S. Supreme Court chooses its cases. And we're reporting on the migrant camps springing up in Paris amid a housing shortage.
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Learn 10 times more vocabulary by using Word Webs!

source: JamesESL English Lessons (engVid)     2016年11月2日
By using this system, you will learn 10–15 times more vocabulary every time you look up the meaning of a word! You'll also remember more of what you study, because you'll be making mental connections and learning in an interesting way. The secret is using 'word webs'. This powerful learning tool will change the way you learn vocabulary and idioms. In this video, I'll explain what a word web is, how to use it to learn English, and finally I'll do an example word web with you.

Business English lesson : 5 Tips on how to introduce yourself

source: Neil Collins    2016年11月3日
Here are 5 tips on how to introduce yourself at a trade fair, business meeting, jobs fair or even in a job interview. Making a great first impression is essential, especially in a situation where you want people to remember you. There could be a lot of competition for a job or for new business, so these tips will help people remember you.

Daily Routine Using Would (Real Examples)

source: To Fluency    2016年11月2日
In this English lesson, you are going to hear me talking about a typical daily routine, what happened this morning, and then, I use 'would' to talk about my perfect daily routine.
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I just dropped him off - learn how to use drop off here:
We left him to it - this means that we let him continue playing.
It was a complete mess - it was very messy
He had got into his closet - notice the use of the past perfect? Learn more about that here:
we spent time -
settle down again - here is a lesson I made on 'settle down'
I’m in work mode - this means that I'm focused on my work. Here is a quote using this phrase:
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BBC 6 Minute English | SAVING CHINA ELEPHANTS | English CC | Daily Liste...

source: Daily Listening    2016年10月6日

Homework (Learn English via Listening Beginner Level | Lesson 100)

source: Daily English Conversation     2016年9月9日
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Sometimes, my teacher gives us homework.
I don't mind doing my homework except when the weather is really nice, and all my
friends are outside.
On those nights, I'd rather be outside with them, so I try to get my homework done
Tonight, I have some English homework.
We have been reading a book.
We have to read a chapter of the book and answer the questions at the end of the chapter.
It is an interesting book, so the homework for this is quite easy.
My math homework is not so easy.
I have to do some addition and subtraction.
I don't mind that, but there are some problems that need to be solved.
The problems involve addition, subtraction and multiplication.
I am not too good with numbers.
I need to work harder on my math.
I just finished a project for history.
I had to make a map of Canada with diagrams showing the routes of all the explorers.
It was an interesting project because I have been to some of the places that the explorers
went to.
I don't have any science homework.
At school, we are growing bean plants.
We go in every day and see how the plants have grown.
We write down all the changes that occur in the plant every day.
The only other homework that I have is geography.
I have a map of Canada, and I have to write the names of all the provinces and their
capitals on it.
It won't take me long to do that because I know all the provinces.
When my homework is all done, I will go outside and play ball with my friends until it is
time to come in.
I am a good student.
I get good marks because I like school.
My favorite subjects are physical education, English and history.
Math is my least favorite subject, but I'm trying to improve my marks in that.

How to be clear in the US - British and American English differences

source: Simple English Videos     2012年12月25日
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BURNED or BURNT? Irregular Verbs in American & British English

source: EnglishLessons4U    2012年3月26日 Learned or learnt? Burnt or burned? What are the correct ways to say spell and pronounce there verbs? Learn the differences between verbs in British and North American English!

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My Family - English Words for Family Members

source: Twominute English     2013年8月30日
Do you know the English names for your family members? Can you call each family member by the proper word in English? And can you describe their relationship with each other? Every family comes in a different shape and size. Some families are big, having many members while other families are small, comprising of three or four members.
Family is a special part of our life, who are always there with us be it a good time or bad.
In this lesson let us learn about the English word for each family member and also their relationship with each other.
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Describing A Location [English Subtitle]...

source: Learn English Conversation      2015年4月1日
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Pronunciation - 3 Mistakes part 3 ('th')

source: JamesESL English Lessons (engVid)    2009年2月20日 This lesson is the final part of a three-part series designed to give students more natural-sounding English pronunciation, by correcting three common mistakes. This lesson focuses on understanding the th" sound. Check out part 1 of this lesson here:
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Prepositions in English: Difference between TO and FOR

source: Espresso English     2012年12月12日
Learn when to use the commonly confused English prepositions TO and FOR. Visit for English tips and intensive English courses.

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Business English Vocabulary - COLLABORATE or COOPERATE?

source: Learn English with Rebecca    2011年6月22日 Is it the same to collaborate on something and cooperate with someone? Well, no, it isn't. Learn the difference and speak more confidently in business situations with this free English vocabulary lesson.