Face Idioms

source: Maple Leaf ESL     2016年5月10日
In this lesson, we focus on the following face-related idioms: blow up in one's face, get in someone's face, fall flat on one's face, a slap in the face, until one is blue in the face, poker face, and save face.
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4 ways to use -ING words (Improve Your Grammar)

source: English Lessons with Adam    2017年4月18日
Words that end in "ing" can be verbs, nouns, adjectives, or adverbs. Understanding the function of a word will help you decide whether it should end in -ing or not. In this lesson, I will teach you about the different uses of -ing words, and about their functions within sentences. By the end of the video, you will have a much better understanding of -ing words and will be able to form proper sentences with them. After watching, try my quiz at http://www.engvid.com/4-ways-to-use-i... to make sure you've understood everything.

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Improve Speaking Skills | The Imitation Technique

source: mmmEnglish    2017年4月9日
Improve your English pronunciation and expression by practicing with the imitation technique!
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All day or All the day? Small or Little?

source: EnglishAnyone    2017年3月28日
In this video, we'll review 4 commonly confused grammar points so you can prevent some embarrassing mistakes in your speaking and writing, and become a more confident, fluent English speaker. :)
Topics covered:
all day vs all the day
excited vs exciting
scared vs scary
little vocab vs small vocab
how great a job you're doing vs how great job you're doing
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How to Pronounce Phrases (with Rachel)

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source: Rachel's English     2013年10月17日

Business English 52 (Mission, vision, target, objective)

source: TeacherPhilEnglish    2010年1月31日
Mission, vision, target, objective.

Business English 51 (Company logo, slogan, jingle, and mascot)

source: TeacherPhilEnglish    2010年1月31日
Company logo, slogan, jingle, and mascot.

Three idioms that use the word road

source: BBC Learning English    2011年8月24日
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Do you like middle-of-the-road music or something more extreme? In this video the Teacher introduces you to three idioms connected with the word road:
1. Let's hit the road
2. Middle of the road
3. A long way down the road

BBC News Review: Welcome to Jupiter

source: BBC Learning English     2016年7月6日
NASA's Juno mission has arrived at Jupiter. Find out more with Neil and Sian as they look at how the world's media is reacting and the words you need to talk about the story. For more, visit our website: http://www.bbc.co.uk/learningenglish/...

Common Expressions #5 (Making Appointments)

source: Anglo-Link    2014年8月13日
In this lesson, you will practise your listening and speaking skills with some common expressions used in making appointments.
The lesson includes some expressions used in informal and some expressions used in formal telephone conversations.
Lesson on telephoning: http://youtu.be/NWawMZxDh9Y
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Asking About Vacation in English

source: Shaw English Online     2014年1月26日
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Bill will teach some important English conversational questions to ask when someone took a vacation. Where, What, When, How, Who are all ways to start a question to ask someone about their vacation. You will also learn how to answer in English when someone asks you about your vacation.
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Business English: In the Middle

source: Shaw English Online    2014年1月28日
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Things Beyond Your Control

source: Twominute English     2013年6月15日
Sometimes things happen unexpectedly. How would you explain such a situation to someone who's affected by things that you never intended to do? In this lesson we will learn expressions that you can use while talking about things that were beyond your control. Watch the video and pick up the phrases they've used to communicate. Use them in your everyday conversations.
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0:07 In this lesson, we will talk about phrases that you can use while talking about your life’s uncontrollable circumstances.
0:18 Hey Scotchie, where have you been?
0:21 I’m so sorry that I didn’t make it to the meeting.
0:25 I noticed you weren’t there. Now please explain. How could you miss such an important meeting?
0:32 My brother had a car accident this morning and I had to rush to the hospital.
0:37 Oh! That’s really sad. Is he alright?
0:41 Well, he broke his leg. He has a cast now, but he’ll be fine.
0:46 I see. That’s really bad. But Scotchie! You should’ve called..
0:52 I’m really sorry Robin. I got so upset by the news that I left without my phone.
0:59 The meeting is done now.
1:01 If you want, you can go back to the hospital and take care of your brother. Take a day off if you need.
1:07 Thank you so much Robin. But, my family members are there now. They’ll take care of him.
1:19 What was this noise?
1:21 I’m sorry. I just dropped the dinner set in the kitchen.
1:23 Oh my God! Are you hurt?
1:27 No, but I feel awful. This was a very expensive China set.
1:31 Hey, it’s okay. You didn’t do it on purpose.
1:34 I couldn’t help it. It just slipped off.
1:37 It’s okay. Lets just clean up the mess first.
1:46 What happened? Why do you look so worried Robin? Is everything alright?
1:50 No, it’s not alright. I went out of business Rose.
1:54 What? When did that happen?
1:56 Things like this don’t happen overnight.
1:59 That’s too bad. You have owned the business for over 15 years.
2:03 I had put all of my savings in stocks. The market tanked and I lost all the money.
2:10 What are you gonna do now?
2:12 Well, I will start over. I know I can do it. I’ve seen all kinds of trouble but I’ve always survived.
2:24 Where were you last night. We were waiting for you at the Den’s.
2:29 You won’t believe what happened. I got locked in last night.
2:34 What do you mean by locked in?
2:37 Well, my roommate thought I was out so, when she left,
2:41 she locked the door from the outside and my keys were in my car along with my phone.
2:47 Then how did you get out?
2:50 Who said I did? I stayed inside all night. She returned back at 4 in the morning.
2:57 Oh my God! That’s such a funny story.
3:02 What can I say? Things happen in life.
3:11 I’m so sorry that I didn’t make it to the meeting.
3:20 I got so upset by the news that I left without my phone.
3:30 I’m sorry. I just dropped the dinner set in the kitchen.
3:37 No, it’s not alright. I went out of business Rose.
3:47 The market tanked and I lost all the money.