Sequence Words and Useful Phrases to Describe a Process in English

source: JenniferESL     2016年12月22日
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0:01 How to make hot chocolate
0:44 Lesson title
0:57 How to wrap a present
1:54 How to make holiday cookies
3:16 How to decorate a Christmas tree
4:03 How to make a snow angel
5:03 How to sled ride (Your turn!)
5:26 Lesson ending

How to study efficiently: The Cornell Notes Method

source: Learn English with Emma [engVid]     2016年8月25日
Learn to study faster and more efficiently, and remember more! I will show you my favorite system for taking notes, called the Cornell Notetaking System. You'll learn a way to take better notes and become a better active listener. I'll explain how to use this method and show you an example of it. Using the Cornell template will help you remember more of what you hear in class and help you organize your notes better. This method will help you if you are a student in a high school, language school, or university, or if you attend meetings, conferences, or like studying on your own! You can practice using the Cornell Notetaking Method with this video on the differences between British and American spelling at , or any other engVid lesson!
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How to say 'Cheers!' in 10 languages

source: Simple English Videos    2016年8月16日
How to make a toast saying 'Cheers!' in 10 languages and also 4 useful English phrases for asking about words and their meanings.
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How to pronounce numbers

source: Learn English with Ronnie!      2010年7月16日 The pronunciation of English numbers can be difficult to understand. Watch this English lesson to learn the trick! You will be able to talk about and understand numbers with confidence! You can find more English pronunciation lessons and accent training at engVid.

Asking Somebody Out - Phrases for Dating

source: Twominute English     2013年7月12日
If you like someone, you will want to ask this person out. Maybe to a movie or dinner. Asking someone out means inviting a person to a date when you'll try to know that person better by spending some leisure time together. Let's watch in this video how you can ask someone to go on a date with you.
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0:06 In this lesson you will learn how to interact with someone when you are asking him or her out on a date.
0:18 Hi Jones, what're you doing today?
0:20You mean after church?
0:23 Yes. Do you have any plans?
0:25 No, not really. No plans.
0:29 Let's go for a movie.
0:31 Hmm... Which movie?
0:35 Well, I was thinking about the new movie “Norwegian Wood,” but I don't mind if you want to watch something else.
0:41 I saw the trailer for this movie. It seems to be a good one!
0:52 Hi there, Cindy.
0:54 How are you doing?
0:56 I'm doing great! I was wondering if you'd have dinner with me.
1:00 Dinner! Hmm... Why not? When?
1:05 How about tonight?
1:07 Well...If I say I can't make it tonight, then... ?
1:12 Then, can you make it tomorrow?
1:16 Okay! I was just kidding.
1:18 So,you come tonight, then?
1:21 Yes, I will. It's a date.
1:29 How are you Wilma?
1:31 I'm fine. How are you?
1:33 I'm fine too. Wilma, can I ask you something, if you don't mind?
1:38 Sure Kurt.
1:40 Can we go out on a date this Saturday?
1:43 Err...A date? I think it's...
1:50 It's okay if you are busy, we can go some other time.
1:54 I would say ‘yes' you know, but it's my dad. He doesn't like you.
2:02 That's alright. Some other time then!
2:09 Hello Kurt. How are you?
2:11 Hi Wilma. I'm fine and you?
2:14 I'm fine too. It's a great day. Isn't it?
2:18 Sure Wilma, it is.
2:20 Yeah...
2:22 Wilma, do you have anything to do after the office today?
2:26 No, why?
2:29 Let's go for a walk on the beach this evening! If that's alright with you...
2:33 Are you asking me out on a date?
2:37 Yes.
2:40 Do you have any plans?
2:44 Let's go for a movie.
2:49 I was wondering if you'd have dinner with me.
2:55 Then, can you make it tomorrow?
3:02 Yes, I will. It's a date.
3:09 Can we go out on a date this Saturday?
3:16 Are you asking me out on a date?
3:23 Let's go for a walk on the beach this evening!

Adjectives ending in ING and ED | English grammar

source: Crown Academy of English   2015年10月4日
Here is what you will learn during this lesson:
The origin of both types of adjective and how they are formed.
The meaning and use of -ing and -ed adjectives.
Examples of the most common -ing and -ed adjectives.
-ing adjectives are in fact the present participle form of the verb and the -ed adjective is the past participle.
The adjectives that cause confusion for students are the adjectives that describe feelings and emotion. They cause confusion because both types can be used to describe people but the meaning is very different.
Examples of these adjectives are:
interesting vs interested
boring vs bored
exciting vs excited

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three-word phrasal verbs

source: JamesESL English Lessons (engVid)     2014年8月14日 Do you know any three-word phrasal verbs? These can be tricky, because sometimes an extra word added to a two-word phrasal verb gives the whole expression a new meaning! These expressions are great to use in an English work environment. Whether you're at work or in school you can use these phrasal verbs to help you get the job done, and to sound smarter while you do it! Take the quiz to make sure you understand these expressions, and subscribe to my channel for many more free English lessons with me and Mr. E!

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I couldn't care less / Who cares? (Learn English Phrases)

source: Espresso English     2015年2月7日
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