source: Espresso English    :2016年9月25日

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CNN Student News - December 6, 2016 | Italy's PM Matteo Renzi to resign ...


Today's show brings you results from a high-stakes Italian referendum. Our international coverage also explores the complex relationship between China and Taiwan -- and looks at how the U.S. factors in. An update on the Dakota Access Pipeline and an explanation on a dangerous type of cyberattack round out our coverage.
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CNN Student News with subtitles - December 5, 2016 | Italy Referendum | PM Renzi Vows t...

source: NEWS with Subtitles     2016年12月4日
Italians vote on whether to change their Constitution, smog grounds flights and travelers in part of China, and we examine the extensive preps of pro Santas.
CNN Student News kick off the week with an explanation on the significance of a recent vote in Italy. That's followed by dramatic images of smog at a Chinese airport, and we're updating the standoff near the controversial Dakota Access Pipeline. Our final feature: a look at just how much preparation it takes to be a standout Santa.
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English Slang Words - Relationships

source: Espresso English    2016年9月22日
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Learn REAL English: What's in the Box?

source: To Fluency     2016年11月30日
In this lesson, I open up a new package that came this morning. I describe what I'm doing, show you my new purchase, and teach you words, phrases, grammar, and more.
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Here is a summary of the English vocabulary I used:
- open a box
- packing tape
- it's hard to open
- messenger bag - see an image here: http://bit.ly/2fM8s1J
- lots of pockets
- velcro
- zips
- zip it up
- it keeps everything organized
- it fits a laptop
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IELTS – The 5 Step Study Plan

source: English Lessons with Adam      2016年12月2日
If you're going to take IELTS, start here! Your success on the IELTS is based on more than just practicing English skills. In this video, I'll show you the key steps you need to take to reach your target band score. I'll talk about setting your objectives, building your studying plan, and studying for each section of the exam. Many students get a low score on the IELTS and keep making the same mistakes over and over again. Save your time and your money by avoiding their mistakes. Watch this video and get it right the first time. Take the quiz to make sure: http://www.engvid.com/ielts-the-5-ste...
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source: Mark Kulek     2016年12月4日

Fix mistakes with 'fit' and 'suit' and some phrasal verbs

source: Simple English Videos    2016年3月15日
Fix common mistakes and learn some phrasal verbs and colloquial expressions in this ESL/EFL video about the verbs 'fit' and 'suit'.
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English Pronunciation - R & L

source: EnglishLessons4U - Learn English with Ronnie!   2009年7月17日
http://www.engvid.com/ Finally learn how to pronounce R and L with confidence! This one is especially for my Asian students! Visit http://www.engvid.com/ for all of my free English pronunciation series!

Rise and Raise - Confusing Words In English

source: Twominute English     2013年7月26日
This video will explain the differences between 'rise' and 'raise'. It will also teach you the proper application of these words in conversations. Listen to the conversations carefully and observe how these words are used.
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0:06 In this lesson we will learn about the differences between the words ‘rise’ and ‘raise’.
0:18 ‘Raise’ and ‘rise’ are often confused with each other. They are used in different ways in the English language.
0:25 The word ‘raise’ means to lift something and ‘rise’ means to move upward by itself without any help or assistance.
0:33 Yes, ‘raise’ also means to increase, to elevate something. And ‘rise’ means something is going up from its previous position.
0:41 You may raise children, you may raise a building. And when I raise a ball with my hand, the ball rises .
0:46 One of the major points to be noted is that, when we use the word ‘raise’ we need an object,
0:52 but we may use the word rise without an object.
0:54 Okay, good point to raise. Could you explain it further?
0:57 Just concentrate at this. Something rises when somebody raises it. “Something rises” and “somebody raises something”.
1:06 Alright! That means, if I raise you with my hands, you will rise! You are the object!
1:12 Oh! C’mon. I’m too heavy! You can’t raise me with your hands.
1:17 Just kidding, Jack. Let’s see some conversations now.
1:26 Wow! Your memory is good, man!
1:29 Thank you, Mike!
1:31 Do you do something to raise your brain power?
1:34 Yeah, I solve puzzles and do meditation.
1:37 Wow, that’s some idea. I’ll do it too.
1:47 I rise up at 6am every single day.
1:51 Me too. I was raised by my dad in strict discipline.
1:56 Your dad was a military man, right?
1:59 Yes, he was. He used to rise up at 5am and go jogging every morning!
2:11 Do you still feel pain when you raise your arm?
2:14 Yeah, the pain is still there. Even my blood pressure rises up when I am in pain.
2:20 Dude, you should demand compensation from your company.
2:24 I’ve talked to my lawyer. He says it’s not viable for such small injuries.
2:33 When I raise a ball with my hand, the ball rises.
2:39 Something rises when somebody raises it.
2:47 You can’t raise me with your hands.
2:47 You can’t raise me with your hands.
2:53 Do you do something to raise your brain power?
3:00 I rise up at 6am every single day.
3:09 I was raised by my dad in strict discipline.
3:17 Do you still feel pain when you raise your arm?
3:24 Even my blood pressure rises up when I am in pain.

Basic English Grammar - MOST, ALMOST, or ALMOST ALL?

source: Learn English with Emma [engVid]      2012年2月17日
http://www.engvid.com/ Most, almost, or almost all? In this English lesson for beginners, we examine a common mistake students make. Do 'almost all' and 'most' mean the same thing? "Almost cats like birds", "almost all cats like birds", or "most cats like birds"? What is the difference? Almost all of you will get something from this lesson.

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The Top 3 English words you need to know - GET

source: JamesESL English Lessons (engVid)    2012年3月15日
http://www.engvid.com "Get" is one of the top 3 words you must learn if you want to master English. "Get" has over 30 meanings in English, and in this grammar lesson you will learn how the word can work in different ways. What are you waiting for? Watch the lesson, then take the quiz athttp://www.engvid.com/top-english-wor... .

Verbs in English: Expressions with Parts of the Body

source: Espresso English     2012年9月23日
Learn common English expressions and phrases with parts of the body. Visit http://www.espressoenglish.net for more English tips!