CNN 10 with subtitles | February 16, 2017 | Relations between the U.S. and Israel | Dai...

source: Daily Listening    2017年2月15日
CNN 10 | February 16, 2017 | Relations between the U.S. and Israel | Daily Listening hightlights: Relations between the U.S. and Israel, Israeli settlements in the West Bank, and some history of international walls are our first three stories this Thursday. They're followed by reports on "wrestling diplomacy" in Iran and a spectacular, seasonal display at Yosemite National Park.
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How to prepare for an interview - 01 - English at Work has the answers

source: BBC Learning English    2016年7月5日
Anna has an interview at Tip Top Trading. This episode helps her and you prepare for an interview by providing answers to interview questions. English at work helps you learn the language you need to get a job and to work in an office environment.
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The STRANGE & FREAKY history of Valentine's Day!

source: Learn English with Ronnie!    2017年2月13日
Do you know why we celebrate Valentine's Day? Do you think it's all about love? IT'S NOT! It's about blood, sacrifice, pagan festivals, goats, Roman emperors, whipping, saints, sex, and more blood! Watch this video to learn all about the weird and violent history of this day that today is celebrated by men spending a lot of money and everybody ending up sad, broke, and disappointed. Happy Valentine's Day!

Describing your Job (intermediate English lesson)

source: Learn English with Let's Talk    2017年2月13日
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This is really a common situation when someone asks you – What do you do? And you have to tell them about your job profile. So, in today’s English lesson is all about that.
First, you will listen to a dialogue between Jessica, Arthur, Veronica. Jessica and Veronica work at the same office, carefully listen to the phrases they use to introduce their partners and how they talk about their job profiles. It’s gonna be a little fast, but you don’t have to worry about it, because later in this lesson you will learn all the phrases and vocabulary that you find difficult to understand.

PHRASAL VERBS in English | Examples with put

source: Crown Academy of English   2017年2月6日
In this lesson, I give you an explanation of phrasal verbs in English and how they are often used in conversation.
The class starts with a definition of what a phrasal verb is followed by the 2 possible forms (separable and inseparable)
The presentation then continues with a list of the most common phrasal verbs with "put". For each one, I explain the meaning and give several examples in the form of a dialogue with pictures.
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Phrasal Verbs - CALL OFF

source: Espresso English    2017年2月14日
Phrasal Verbs in Conversation Course:
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1. ask someone to leave
2. cancel a(n) plan/event
3. not take responsibility

Five Phrasal Verbs - Different Meanings of 'Down'

source: Oxford Online English    2014年4月12日
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'Down' can be used in many different ways in English phrasal verbs: put down, go down, break down, write down etc. You might think there is no connection between the different ways we use 'down', but there are some patterns which can help you understand and use phrasal verbs with 'down'. Find out more in the video.

English Phonics Long 'a' Vowel Practice

source: Shaw English Online    2014年1月24日
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Are you free tonight? Let's EAT together!

source: mmmEnglish   2015年11月26日

Talking about the past (Learn English 15)

source: EF podEnglish   2008年3月27日
Learn to ask questions using "when" and "where" in English, and to answer those questions using "in" and "at". In this beginner English lesson you will see a tourist asking for information about sights in the city. You will learn the grammar points needed to correctly construct questions about location and time.

Is 'everybody' 'everyone' 'someone' 'anyone' singular? Or plural?

source: Go Natural English    2015年7月12日
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Body Part Idioms - 2 -

source: EnglishAnyone     2011年8月25日

A Big Mouth
To have or be a big mouth means to gossip or tell secrets you shouldn't.
My little brother has such a big mouth. He told my mom about her surprise party.

Cost An Arm And A Leg
Something that costs an arm and a leg is very expensive. This idiom means that you have to sell your arm and leg to get something because it costs so much.
My new car cost an arm and a leg, but I look great driving it!

A No-brainer
A no-brainer is a choice that is so easy you don't need to think about it. Because you don't need to think, you don't need to use your brain.
Should I eat ice cream or shoot myself in the foot? Sounds like a no-brainer to me.

Let Your Hair Down
To let your hair down means to relax and get comfortable. Though this expression comes from women usually wearing their hair up to look more professional at offices, both men and women can let their hair down.
After I finish work, I like to head to my favorite bar, let my hair down and enjoy my evening.

In Over Your Head
To be in over your head means to do something that is too difficult for you. This idea comes from being in water deep enough to cover your head.
I told my friend that I would babysit her ten children, but soon realized that I was in over my head.

The Upper Hand
To have the upper hand means to be in control of, or have the power in, a situation.
When the other chess player made a mistake, I gained the upper hand.

In The Blink Of An Eye
Something that happens in the blink of an eye happens incredibly quickly.
The thief stole my wallet and vanished in the blink of an eye.

Like Pulling Teeth
Something that is like pulling teeth is ridiculously difficult to do.
My daughter will not eat her vegetables! Getting her to eat healthy food is like pulling teeth!

Talking About T.V Shows

source: Twominute English    2013年3月31日
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0:07 In this lesson, we will learn what to say when discussing TV shows.
0:16 Hello, Paula. How are you?
0:19 I’m good, Jack. And you?
0:22 I’m doing great. Hey, did you watch So You Think You Can Dance last night?
0:28 No, I couldn't. I was busy. Was it interesting?
0:33 It was fantastic! The Brazilian couple gave quite a performance. You should've seen it!
0:40 Sounds like I should! Which style did they choose this time?
0:45 Contemporary. They were flawless and smooth.
0:49 The judges and the audience gave them a standing ovation when they were done.
0:54 I’m such a big fan of this show. I don't believe I missed it.
1:03 Hey, Eric. Good to see you. Please, come in.
1:07 Thanks, man. I was nearby so I thought about dropping by. Were you busy?
1:13 Nah! I was looking for something to watch on TV but nothing caught my attention.
1:19 I see. Do you have a favorite show?
1:24 Yes, nowadays it’s So You Think You Can Dance. Do you watch it?
1:30 No, not really.
1:33 You should. It’s awesome.
1:36 I like American Idol. I’m a huge fan.
1:40 I like it too. But sometimes the judges are too mean!
1:45 That’s what it makes even more interesting in my opinion.
1:53 What are you watching, Paula?
1:55 Right now nothing important but my favorite show is about to start.
2:00 Which one is it? Friends?
2:03 No! It’s How I Met Your Mother! Have you heard about it?
2:08 Who hasn't? It’s my favorite sitcom too.
2:12 Yeah. It’s the coolest one these days. I never miss a single episode.
2:18 I can’t say the same. But I watch it every time I can. Do you know that it’s been nominated for 24 Emmy Awards?
2:27 I did not! Did they win any?
2:31 They won 06! I may miss some episodes but I never miss an Emmy Awards Ceremony!
2:43 Come on Joane, hurry up or we'll be late.
2:47 Just a sec, Paula. I’m getting my car keys. What's the hurry anyway?
2:51 What do you mean, what's the hurry?
2:54 Do you know what day it is?
2:57 Err...Thursday?
3:00 Wrong! It’s Once Upon a Time season finale!
3:05 It is what?!
3:07 A season finale is the final episode of the season! If we don’t hurry, I’ll miss it!
3:14 Please, please, let’s go!
3:17 Alrite, alrite. Just get in the car.
3:24 Did you watch So You Think You Can Dance last night?
3:33 It was fantastic! You should’ve seen it!
3:42 Do you have a favorite show?
3:48 Do you watch it?
3:54 I like American Idol. I’m a huge fan.
4:02 My favorite show is about to start.
4:09 It’s my favorite sitcom too.
4:14 It’s Once Upon A Time season finale day!