Black Friday, Car Vocabulary & Christmas Trees

source: To Fluency     2016年11月26日
Black Friday is the day when products and services are on sale. I bought a French course as this is my goal for 2017. Learn about Black Friday here:
While I was in the car, I showed you different items inside and outside and explained what they were. Here is the vocabulary I used:
Steering wheel
Wing mirror
Blind spot
Gas / Accelerator
Gear stick
Bonnet / Hood
Boot / Trunk

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Learn English from the News - Black Friday Sale Vocabulary

source: Espresso English    2016-11-28
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1. kicks off
2. gearing up for
3. surpass
4. wrapping up
5. hiccups
6. on strike
7. a flood of orders
8. a wild card

CNN Student News - November 28, 2016 | Fidel Castro death: Donald Trump ...

source: NEWS with Subtitles     2016年11月27日
Reaction to the death of Cuban leader Fidel Castro, a push to recount votes in several U.S. states, and the reinvention of the wheel are all featured today.
The death of a controversial world leader is where CNN Student News start today, bringing you two very different types of gatherings that followed the news. Afterward, we're explaining an effort to recount votes in several American states, and we're exploring how an Israeli company has reinvented the wheel.
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English Vocabulary - Death and Dying

source: EnglishLessons4U - Learn English with Ronnie! 2009年5月5日 Learn the words in English related to death and dying, with examples on how to use them properly.

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source: Crown Academy of English     2014年2月1日
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Break Down - English Phrasal Verb Lessons

source: Twominute English     2013年7月31日
'Break down' is a phrasal verb. Such phrases have different meanings than what they mean literally. The meaning of this phrasal verb is to end a dispute successfully or to stop resisting something. It can also mean to start crying, remove an obstacle or even a machine malfunction. In this English tutorial video, you will learn about this phrasal verb and how to use it in your conversations.
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0:06 In this lesson, let's learn about the meaning and use of the phrasal verb ‘break down'.
0:18 Let's discuss the phrasal verb ‘break down' today.
0:23 I know a bit about it. ‘Break down' means crying.
0:27 You're right. When one is unable to control his emotions he or she may break down in tears.
0:34 However, ‘break down' can also mean a damage in a machine or a car when it stops working.
0:42 Funny you've mentioned it. My car broke down earlier today!
0:46 Ouch! Sorry about that, Nina. But ‘break down' also means to resolve something, ending a long dispute.
0:54 For example: ‘Finally the case broke down when Henry agreed to compensate'.
1:00 Yes, ‘break down' means solving a task. This phrasal verb also means an in-depth analysis of something, breaking something else into parts.
1:11 Exactly! A complex problem may be solved by breaking it down to a number of smaller steps or parts.
1:20 Absolutely! It means to divide into smaller parts or to separate.
1:24 But it also means to force someone to give up, to tell a secret or make make someone agree to do something.
1:31 Yeah! Like breaking up a terrorist group! That's breaking down something. Now, breaking down something also means to destroy or ruin it.
1:42 So many possibilities! We should listen to some conversations with examples now.
1:48 Great idea!
1:55 Ron, why don't you service your car?
1:58 I will do it in the evening.
2:01 It might break down any moment now.
2:03 Yeah, I know. My dad finally broke down and gave me some money to get it fixed.
2:09 Good for you!
2:17 Ron, can you look at this math problem?
2:20 Hmmm...linear algebra. It's always better to break down such problems into smaller steps.
2:27 Wow! You've always been so good in solving problems!
2:31 I wish I could be so quick with real life problems too. They break me down all the time.
2:38 Don't worry, Ron. These family matters are just a temporary bother.
2:50 Why so gloomy today, Candice?
2:52 Nothing much, I had to lock horns with my brother.
2:56 What happened?
2:57 He broke down the dog house.
3:00 Then?
3:02 Then what? He ruined it, so I broke down crying.
3:06 Sorry to hear it!
3:09 That's fine. He promised to build a new one today.
3:15 My car broke down earlier today!

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Marketing Slangs & Jargons

source: Learn English with Let's Talk      2013年4月12日
Skyrocket: to go up suddenly (said of prices, sales, etc.)

Demographics: the characteristics of people in a certain group (such as their age, sex, income, education, location, etc.) used to determine where a product should be advertised.

Tie-up: a mutually beneficial promotion with another company.

Stuffer: a promotional flyer that is "stuffed" into an envelope or package along with other items.

Rebate: a partial refund offered when purchasing a product.

Elite customer: a name given to a frequent, high-spending customer who is offered
special discounts and shopping opportunities (such as shopping at special times, advance notice about sales, etc.)

Cash cow: a product (or project) that generates a continuous flow of money.

Cutting edge: the most technologically advanced.

Launch a product: to introduce and supply a product to stores

Line: products that are related to each other or within the same category.

Hype: excessive publicity and exaggerated claims about a product.

Hook: a marketing idea that attracts or "hooks" a potential buyer, an enticement.

20 Animal Idioms in English

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