10 English Expressions with GIVE

source: Espresso English    2016年12月11日
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CNN Student News with subtitles - December 20, 2016 | How to Clean Burj Khalifa - the H...

source: NEWS with Subtitles    2016年12月19日
Massive Snowstorm Bringing Tragedy and Hardship in American Northeast and Southeast; President Obama`s Facing Lawsuit for NSA Surveillance Program; Comcast Plans to Buy Time Warner; Cleaning Burj Khalifa, the Highest Building in the World.
Love may be in the air this Valentine's Day, but many people in the U.S. Northeast won't be stepping outside. Today, we'll look at what could be the worst storm they've faced this winter. We also cover a giant telecommunications deal, a lawsuit involving the president, and a look at some very happy homecomings.
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At Home | Rooms and Household Items | Teaching Children...

source: Mark Kulek    2016年12月18日
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English @ the Movies: 'Brace For Impact'

source: VOA Learning English     2016年12月16日
Today on English @ the Movies we talk about the saying "brace for impact." It comes from the movie “Sully.” The film tells the true story of an airplane losing power and making an emergency landing on a river. Watch here to find out what "brace for impact" means!
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Learn and practice 5 FRONT VOWELS (Sound more natural in English)

source: Learn English with Emma [engVid]    2016年12月9日
Do you want to improve your pronunciation? Do you want to sound more like a native speaker? You need to work on your vowels! In this video, I will teach you how to pronounce five vowels that are common in both British English and American English. These vowels are known as front vowels. I'll help you pronounce these vowels correctly by showing you what your mouth and lips should look like during pronunciation. We will practice the vowels together and compare them to each other. Watch my mouth as I pronounce different vowel sounds and make sure you're doing the same with yours. Many English learners have a hard time with pronunciation because English is not a phonetic language. So I will show you the different spellings of these sounds in English. You will also learn the International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA) symbols for these vowels.
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Listen & Hear - What's the difference?

source: Learn English with Ronnie!     2010年3月2日
http://www.engvid.com/ Are you listening? Can you hear me? What's the difference between LISTEN and HEAR in English? Watch this free lesson to find out, then take the quiz at http://www.engvid.com/english-vocabul... to see if you got it.

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Preferences and Choices - Elementary English

source: Twominute English     2013年7月8日
In this lesson we will learn various words and phrases that people can use when they want to show their choice or preference over something. The words and phrases we've used are simple so that you can put them to use in your conversations right away.
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0:06 In this lesson we will learn how to talk about our preferences and choices with the help of some conversations.
0:17 Hello Duffy. Let’s go buy a T-shirt.
0:21 Alright. But I want a shirt, not a T-shirt.
0:25 Don’t you like T-shirts, Duffy?
0:29 I prefer shirts to T-shirts.
0:32 So you choose to be formal rather than casual.
0:36 Yes. I prefer formal wear.
0:39 That’s your choice, Duffy. But I always prefer a casual look.
0:49 Dyna, I have two passes for the fashion show.
0:53 That’s good.
0:54 you wanna join me?
0:56 No Jina. I don’t like to watch fashion shows.
0:59 C’mon Dyna! It’s just for a day!
1:01 I prefer to go to a concert.
1:03 No Dyna. I can’t stand the loud noise at a music concert.
1:13 George, I came to return this DVD. Give me another one.
1:17 What happened? Don’t you like horror movies?
1:22 I like horror movies, but not movies like “Audition”. It’s brutal gore!
1:28 What kind of horror movies do you prefer?
1:31 Something like “The Grudge” or “The Ring”.
1:35 I understand your choice now. You should watch “The Shutter”.
1:39 Oh yes! I’ve heard about that one.
1:48 There’s a whole lot of items in the menu.
1:51 Let’s have some shrimps.
1:53 I don’t like seafood. I’ll have a steak.
1:56 I’m tired of meats. I want to eat some seafood today.
2:01 You know what? I’m tired of meat, too. Alright then, let me check the menu.
2:06 Sure. Take your time.
2:13 But I want a shirt, not a T-shirt.
2:20 I prefer shirts to T-shirts.
2:27 So you choose to be formal rather than casual.
2:36 I prefer formal wear.
2:42 That’s your choice, Duffy. But I always prefer a casual look.
2:54 I prefer to go to a concert.
3:01 What kind of horror movies do you prefer?
3:10 I understand your choice now.
3:17 I don’t like seafood. I’ll have a steak.

How to understand native English speakers | Conversation

source: Crown Academy of English     2016年2月8日
Native English speakers are often difficult to understand due to their accent, pronunciation and the fact that they speak so quickly. In this lesson, I give you advice to improve your comprehension and to have a successful conversation with a native. You will also learn several useful phrases.
The verb "get" and how to use it: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SgTkun...
Listening practice : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RVY4fM...
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English Vocabulary Pyramid - VENT - adventure, convenient, eventually...

source: JamesESL English Lessons (engVid)     2013年1月14日
http://www.engvid.com/ Learning English can be really conVENIent, and I want you to study this lesson so that eVENTually you will master English vocabulary... and have a great adVENTure at the same time! VENTure to take the quiz at http://www.engvid.com/vocabulary-pyra...

Phrasal Verbs in English Conversation Course - Lesson 1

source: Espresso English    2013年8月26日
Emily: Who was that guy you were talking to at the bar? It looked like he was hitting on you.
Sarah: Yeah, we struck up a conversation, and eventually he asked me out. I gave him my number, but I'm not sure if I'll actually go out with him.
Emily: Oh? How come?
Sarah: He's nice, but I just don't feel like we have much chemistry -- so I don't want to lead him on.
Emily: Well, don't be too quick to judge. My last boyfriend and I didn't hit it off right away -- I only started to fall for him after we went out a few times and I got to know him better. We were together for 3 years.
Sarah: So why'd you split up? If you don't mind my asking.
Emily: Not at all. We just started to drift apart -- different interests, different plans for the future. The breakup was mutual.
Sarah: Ah, that's great. My last relationship was a nightmare -- I hooked up with a guy at a New Year's party and we were together for six months -- but we were constantly fighting and making up. I don't know how I put up with him for so long.
Emily: How'd it end?
Sarah: He cheated on me -- I caught him making out with his ex. He begged me for another chance, but I know he was just trying to jerk me around -- so I said no.
Emily: Ugh! Good for you.
Sarah: Heh, thanks. So how about you -- are you going out with anyone at the moment?
Emily: Oh, I've gone on a few dates here and there, but nothing serious. To be honest, I'm not really interested in settling down just yet -- I'm enjoying the single life too much!

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