CNN Student News with subtitles - November 30, 2016 | Colombia plane crash: Brazil mour...

source: NEWS with Subtitles     2016年11月29日
A plane crash in Colombia, a look at wildfires in Tennessee, a protest over the U.S. minimum wage, and a potential space weapon are all covered today.
A great deal of information is featured in today's show, from a tragic and mysterious plane crash in Colombia to deadly wildfires in the U.S. Southeast to nationwide protests concerning the minimum wage. CNN Student News are also featuring part two of our series on what a "war in space" would look like -- and what weapons the U.S. may have if it goes on the offensive.
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Student News Anchor: Carl Azuz.

English in a Minute: Switch Gears

source: VOA Learning English   2016年11月26日
Switching - or changing - gears on a machine makes it change speed. But what happens when a person "switches gears?" Find out in this week's English in a Minute!
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Pay and Prepositions: Learn English With Simple English Videos

source: Simple English Videos    2016年11月29日
Learn some of the prepositions we use you with verb 'pay' in English and fix a very common mistake.
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News Words: Deliberately

source: VOA Learning English    2016年11月24日
See what this week's news word means with Anne Ball and Jonathan Evans.
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30 words that begin with the letter N

source: LearnAmericanEnglishOnline    2016年11月29日
This video includes basic vocabulary words in English that begin with the letter "n."

A funny telephone call with President Obama: Learn English with Simple E...

source: Simple English Videos    2016年2月16日
Learn how to handle unwanted calls politely and efficiently in this comical ESL/EFL English lesson.
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Common Mistakes in English - Choose & Choice

source: EnglishLessons4U - Learn English with Ronnie! 2009年6月27日 I always hear my students mixing up the noun and the verb when speaking about choice! Now, you can learn the difference.

All Ears - Idiom Of The Day

source: Twominute English     2013年7月28日
'All ears' means waiting eagerly to listen to something. The meaning of this idiom is to carefully listen to what someone is going to say. It means to listen attentively. In this English tutorial video you will learn about the meaning and use of the idiom 'all ears'. Let's learn from this video how you can use this idiom in your conversations.
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0:06 In this lesson you will learn about the idiom 'all ears' and how to use it in your conversations.
0:19 Let's learn about the idiom 'all ears'.
0:23 That's great. I'm interested in idioms. ''All ears'' means listening to something very carefully, right?
0:30 That's correct. When we are very eager to listen to something or somebody, we can use the idiom 'all ears'.
0:37 Alright! So, 'all ears' means listening to something very attentively.
0:42 Correct. Let me give you an example: 'We were all ears when the news came on.'
0:47 Good! So when somebody is extremely interested in listening to something, we can say the person is 'all ears'.
0:55 Yes. The professor asked the students to be all ears because he was explaining them a complex theory.
1:02 Well, I have some news for you, too.
1:04 Hmm...Hurry up and tell me. I'm all ears!
1:07 The end-of-term results will be out today.
1:10 Really?! I'll check my result when I get home.
1:13 Okay. Then let's listen to some conversations first.
1:18 Alright!
1:25 Listen Sarah, are you still upset with me?
1:28 I don't want to talk about it.
1:31 Sarah, please listen to me.
1:33 Yeah! Go on, I'm all ears!
1:42 Lucy, there's good news for you about the lucky draw!
1:45 Huh?! Tell me quick, Sarah. I'm all ears.
1:49 You won a cooking pan!
1:51 Oh, I'm so happy! You know what? I was thinking about buying one!
2:01 Mark, did you hear about the explosion on Maple Street?
2:05 No! Tell me! I'm all ears.
2:08 Apparently, a gas leak caused a house to explode. Fortunately, no one was hurt.
2:14 Wow, that was both good and bad news.
2:21 'We were all ears when the news was on.'
2:29 Hurry up and tell me. I'm all ears!
2:36 Yeah! Go on, I'm all ears!
2:44 Tell me quick, Sarah. I'm all ears.
2:52 Tell me! I'm all ears.

Gender-inclusive Language - How to avoid sexism

source: Learn English with Emma [engVid]     2012年8月3日 A student must always try their best, or his or her best? Mailman, policeman, businessman? Is there a problem with using these words? Do we still use the words man or mankind to refer to people in general? This vocabulary and grammar lesson will teach you how to avoid sounding old-fashioned or sexist and how to avoid incorrect grammar. Test yourself with the quiz at:

Negative Characteristics - arrogant, vain, snob...

source: JamesESL English Lessons (engVid)    2011年8月17日 Learn English vocabulary in this advanced lesson that will help you express the negative characteristics that people have. Is that man at the shop a snob, or is he conceited? Is your sister vain or is she arrogant? Then test your understanding with the quiz at

Using the expression 'Change'

source: Learn English with Let's Talk    2013年3月21日
In this Video lesson Ceema demonstrated the different ways of using the common expression Change.

Silent Letters in English

source: Espresso English     2012年9月23日
Practice your pronunciation with examples of English words with silent letters. Visit for more English tips!