Learn First Aid Vocabulary in English – It could save your life!

source: English Lessons with Adam     2017年3月1日
Watching this video could help you save a life, maybe even your own! In this video, I'll be teaching you first-aid vocabulary. Beyond that, I'll teach you what to do in case of a medical emergency. You'll learn who to call, what you can do while waiting for paramedics, and a little bit about treating injuries yourself. I'll also talk about First Aid kits and what your kit should should have in it. You'll learn vocabulary such as EMS, first responders, paramedic, stabilize, assess, defibrillator, CPR, and more. You'll learn to describe different medical emergencies and treatments, in case you or someone you know ever needs to be treated by a doctor or paramedic. Stay safe, and take care of yourself. But if an emergency arises, please be prepared. In addition to watching this lesson, I also recommend that you take a first aid course.
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10 Verbs to describe different ways of eating - Advanced English with Niharika

source: Learn English with Let's Talk      2017年3月1日

To Binge: To indulge in excessive eating. It is also a disorder.

To chew or bite food with teeth several times before swallowing it.
The meat was so tough that it took a lot of chewing.

To guzzle: To eat or drink a lot, with greed.
You guzzled my dessert! What a pig!

To gobble /gulp (down): to swallow something quickly.
John gulped/gobbled down his beer quicker than anybody else.

To bolt: to eat quickly, because one is in a hurry.
He bolted down the burger in just a minute!

To nibble: to eat small amounts of food, by taking small bites.
You have to nibble sweet corn.

To peck: eat sparingly, without enthusiasm, because you are not interested or not hungry.
Sally didn't like the fish. She only pecked at it.

To gnaw: to keep biting something hard.
I watched my dog gnawing at the large bone.

To munch: to chew, eat noisily.
We all munched on the cookies as we watched the movie.

To quaff: to drink a lot of something quickly, knock back.
Guests quaffed champagne while waiting for the bride to arrive.

I hope you found this English lesson useful and learned some useful vocabulary that you could use the next time you want to talk about eating or the way someone eats food.

Are You Using These 7 Words Incorrectly?

source: EnglishAnyone    2017年3月8日
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The Dark L (pronunciation with Rachel)

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source: Rachel's English     2011年3月23日
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The Dark L is different from other sounds in American English in that its placement is further back, into the throat. Mastering this sound will add a very American quality to your English.
English: How to Pronounce L consonant: American Accent 10:45
Rachel's English at the Farmer's Market! 6:42
L in the Middle of a Word 1:58
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How to Pronounce PEOPLE 2:28
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Business English 32 (micromarketing, macromarketing, personal demand, aggregate and aggregate demand)

source: TeacherPhilEnglish     2010年1月30日
This free lesson helps you learn five phrases: micromarketing, macromarketing, personal demand, aggregate and aggregate demand.

Business English 31 (ethics, social responsibility, values and morals)

source: TeacherPhilEnglish    2010年1月30日
This free lesson helps you learn four phrases: ethics, social responsibility, values and morals.

Bean Idioms

source: BBC Learning English       2009年6月16日
To be full of beans
I haven't got a bean
To spill the beans

BBC News Review: Muhammad Ali's funeral plan

source: BBC Learning English    2016年6月8日
Preparations are taking place for Muhammad Ali's funeral this week. Neil and Sian look at how the world's media is reacting and pick out the words and phrases you need to talk about the story. For more, visit our website: http://www.bbc.co.uk/learningenglish/...

How To Learn New Vocabulary

source: Oxford Online English      2014年5月30日
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In this lesson, we'll show you some important questions to ask yourself when you want to learn new words in English. Do you often forget words after you learn them, or find that you can't use the English words you learn? Learn more about the vocabulary-learning process in this class, and see how to learn English vocabulary effectively and easily.

Phrasal Verbs in Daily English Conversations - Lesson 5

source: Anglo-Link    2014年1月7日
You will first listen to and repeat a dialogue with examples of phrasal expressions, and then practise these in a gap filling exercise. This lesson will improve both your listening and speaking skills.
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Lesson 6: http://youtu.be/pb59X5YuoVw
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Nature's Call

source: Shaw English Online    2014年1月28日
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If you need to go to the toilet, then this is the idiom to use. 
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Business English: Asking About Hotel

source: Shaw English Online    2014年1月28日
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After a long journey, you want to ask a customer or client about their hotel. This is a great video to learn proper business expressions.
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Discussing Current Affairs or Talking about the news

source: Twominute English    2013年5月30日
Things that happen in far off places of the world can have an impact on every one of us, that's why it is important to know what is going on in the world and have an opinion about it. In this lesson we will listen to some phrases and words that talk about the news and what's going on.
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0:07 In this lesson we will discuss current affairs or what’s happening in the world right now.
0:19 Hey Sam, did you check out what happened in Connecticut recently?
0:24 No Jack. I’ve been busy. I couldn’t keep track of the news.
0:29 Oh, but you must’ve heard about the shootout in Newtown last month.
0:33 Pres Obama is taking some solid steps to reduce gun violence.
0:38 I’m glad our government is getting serious about that. Lunatics shouldn’t be allowed to buy guns!
0:50 It’s been a long time since I watched the news. Do you know what’s happening on the NASDAQ?
0:56 Well, you should keep yourself updated Sam. You have a lot of money in the stocks.
1:01 You’re right. I know I do. But I’ve been very busy lately.
1:06 Well, there’s some good news for you.
1:08 I know you put money in Citibank, and today’s bulletin says it’s up by 5%.
1:14 That’s great news Jenny! I think I will sell those shares and exit Citibank.
1:24 Hey Sam, let me tell you something good I saw on the news tonight.
1:29 Something good on the news? That’s a change! What is it?
1:34 Well, I heard that Polio is eradicated from the world. I think there are only a handful of new cases.
1:42 Yeah, I heard that! It’s an incredible thing. I think we should all thank Bill Gates.
1:48 Bill Gates? What for?
1:51 Well, I saw on the news that it was him who financed most of the polio vaccination drive in the world from his own fortune.
1:59 That’s an amazing thing Sam. I didn’t know that!
2:09 Jack, turn on the TV and go to CNN.
2:12 Why? Is there something important going on?
2:16 Well nothing new, but there’s a documentary on Japan’s earthquake
2:20 which talks about how the old people there volunteered to work in radioactive areas.
2:25 Really? They came up on their own to work on containing the leak?
2:31 Yes. They helped contain it, and they checked the entire system
2:35 while exposing themselves to radiation so that the young people don’t have to.
2:40 That’s amazing Jenny. Maybe that’s why Japan has done well.
2:45 You are right, Jack. When people put the country’s interest before their own, progress is fast.
2:52 Yep! I just hope those guys are okay.
2:56 Me too Jack.
3:00 I’ve been busy. I couldn’t keep track of the news.
3:08 Do you know what’s happening on the NASDAQ?
3:15 Let me tell you something good I saw on the news tonight.
3:22 Something good on the news? That’s a change! What is it?
3:33 When people put the country's interest before their own progress is fast.