CNN Student News with subtitles - December 7, 2016 | How Bacteria Could Become a Common...

source: NEWS with Subtitles     2016年12月6日
This December 7, we're bringing you the memories of a Pearl Harbor Attack survivor, and we're examining how bacteria could become a common source of light.
On National Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day in the U.S., CNN Student News is looking back at the events of December 7, 1941 and bringing you the memories of a survivor. In a feature focused on biology and technology, we explain how bacteria could become a common source of light. And we show you what happens when cats join a yoga class.
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Phrasal Verbs with BY

source: MrSkypelessons     2016年12月5日
Here is an English lesson on some of the most common phrasal verbs which contain the preposition BY. Answer the following questions:
1) If you earned half of your current salary, would you be able to get by?
2) How often do you swing by a friend's house?
3) Do you abide by laws which you disagree with?
4) How much have you set by for your retirement?
5) Do you stand by the policies of your current government?
6) When you size someone up do you go by their appearance or by their words?

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Let's Learn English Lesson 36: I Can Fix this!

source: VOA Learning English   2016年12月1日
Anna and Marsha are having a dinner party. But Anna shopped with the wrong list. What will she make with the strange ingredients she bought?
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Let's Learn English Lesson 36 Speaking Practice

source: VOA Learning English    2016年12月1日
You can use this video to practice the new words for this lesson and learn how to use the prepositions of location "in," "inside," and "under."
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Let's Learn English Lesson 36 Pronunciation Practice

source: VOA Learning English   2016年12月1日
Use this video to learn how to say compound nouns with the correction stress or intonation.
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Travel, Trip and Journey

source: Simple English Videos     2016年3月29日
The words travel, trip and journey have similar meanings, which can be confusing. In this ESL / EFL video you'll learn their different meanings along with the English grammar information you need to get these English words right.
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English Pronunciation - P & B

source: EnglishLessons4U - Learn English with Ronnie! 2009年8月13日 Learn this simple technique that will help you pronounce the difficult letters in English! This one is especially for all my Middle Eastern and Korean students! Visit for all of my free English pronunciation series!

Idiom: Call It a Day

source: Twominute English    2013年7月24日
The idiom 'to call it a day' means to stop what you are doing, whether or not it's finished. This often indicates you feel that the work must be stopped for that day. Suppose you are working late in the office and you need to get home. You say ''I'm calling it a day,''and you go home. In this english tutorial video you will learn about the meaning and use of the idiom 'to call it a day'. 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 how to use the idiom ‘to call it a day' in your conversations.
0:18 The idiom ‘calling it a day' means to stop working on something for the rest of that day, whether or not it is completed.
0:25 That's correct. It means to quit an activity for the rest of the day or for the present time and continue it the next day.
0:33 I'm tired. Let's call it a day.
0:37 Are you kidding? You just got here.
0:41 Yes, I'm kidding. I was just giving you an example. Let me give you another one: Larry was working late last night, I told him to call it a day and go home.
0:53 Wow! That's surprising, Larry really worked late?
1:00 Nope, just another example.
1:03 Yeah, I didn't think Larry would do that. He's usually the one to call it a day at noon!
1:10 One more thing. ''Calling it a day''also means to stop some activity altogether.
1:17 For example: The fossil fuels will be all exhausted in the future, and the oil industry will have to call it a day.
1:27 Good example! However teasing Larry like that is not good, we better call it a day.
1:34 I know that Martha. In fact, Larry is really competent. He usually complete his work by noon.
1:42 I noticed that too!
1:44 Alright. Let's listen to some conversations now.
1:53 Larry, what are you doing? You just shut down your computer.
1:58 I'm calling it a day. I'm off to the beach for a family outing!
2:02 It's 2 O‘clock Larry. What about the program codes?
2:07 Don't worry, I've already updated them. Why don't you take a look?
2:11 Okay, everything looks fine.
2:15 I've also designed the widget you told me about; it's in your mail.
2:19 Oh thank you so much! I think I can call it a day soon too!
2:29 Tina, is that you? Still here at 9pm?
2:34 Oh Martha! I can't get my algorithms done.
2:38 Sometimes it's best to put them aside, and start fresh later.
2:42 Yeah, I think I'll just work one more hour.
2:45 No, it's very late, already! Let's call it a day Tina.
2:51 Yeah, my brain is not working now. I think it's time to call it a day.
3:00 Our team is behind by 8 runs.
3:04 Yeah, and only 1 inning is left in the game.
3:07 Looks like they might as well call it a day.
3:09 I hate to admit it, but our team doesn't stand a chance in this game.
3:13 Yep. Let's call it a day too, and head home.
3:20 I'm tired. Let's call it a day.
3:26 I told him to call it a day and go home.
3:35 He's usually the one to call it a day at noon!
3:44 I'm calling it a day.
3:49 I think I can call it a day soon, too!
3:57 I think it's time to call it a day.
4:04 Let's call it a day and go home.

Vocabulary - The Olympics

source: Learn English with Emma [engVid]    2012年7月20日 The Olympics is one of the world's biggest sporting events. This lesson will teach you key Olympic vocabulary that will help you talk about the Olympics with your friends. It will also help you to understand sports news. After the class, test your understanding of these sports words by taking the free quiz at

English Idioms - HAIR

source: JamesESL English Lessons (engVid)    2011年5月25日 In this English lesson, I go over several idioms that have to do with hair! Make sure you learn them all.

Words writtern together & apart - part 02

source: Learn English with Let's Talk      2013年6月27日
Words written together & apart - part 02 | Vocabulary & Grammar lessons
In this lesson Ceema explains the usage of words written together and apart.The same words, written as one word or split into two words, will differ in meaning. So you need to know which word you really want.

How to pronounce difficult words in English

source: Espresso English 2012年5月12日
Here are some exercises to help you learn how to pronounce long, difficult, multi-syllable words in English. Try these words for more practice!