Slang Expressions with the letter 'A'

source: Maple Leaf ESL    2016年8月16日
In this lesson, we look at the following slang expressions that use the letter 'A': a dime a dozen, all, ace, awesome, as if, all about, all-out, around-the-clock, all-ears, and all-nighter.
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phrasal verb DIE

source: Rachel's English     2017年1月13日
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How to use time expressions with in, on and at

source: BBC Learning English    2015年7月13日
Learn English with Catherine and Neil as they explain how to use time expressions with in, on and at. For extra materials visit our website:

Learn English Numbers 1-100

source: Shaw English Online     2014年1月25日
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Small Talk | Set 2

source: Mark Kulek       2017年5月17日


source: LearnAmericanEnglishOnline    2017年4月30日
The word "whenever" is a subordinating conjunction.

Accents | American & Australian Pronunciation Differences

source: mmmEnglish    2017年5月15日
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Business English 104 (Motivation, subliminal perception, perceived risk)

source: TeacherPhilEnglish     2010年2月3日
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Business English 103 (Direct investment, joint venture, licensing)

source: TeacherPhilEnglish     2010年2月3日
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Talking About Cricket

source: Twominute English    2013年7月20日
The cricket fever is on, and you suddenly realized you're developing an interest in this game. You want to become a cricketer and would like to talk about it with your friends. How would you communicate your desire to pursue cricket as a career to your friends and family who have no idea about it yet. Let's learn about the phrases that you use to convey your message with conviction.
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0:03 In this lesson, we will talk about phrases that you can use to discuss your interest in cricket .
0:14 Stella, did you see the premier league last night?
0:19 No. I'm not that much into cricket.
0:22 Well, then you should consider starting to watch it.
0:25 Why would I? I don't like the game at all.
0:30 What if I told you I've registered my name for the zonal trials taking place in September?
0:37 What are you talking about? I didn't know that you could play cricket so well.
0:42 Well, since you're not that interested in the game, you probably never noticed how well I play.
0:49 Now I'll definitely come to watch your game, even if it means getting sunburnt.
0:55 Don't worry. I'll get you a nice shady place in the best part of the stadium.
1:06 Hey Sam! Did you see that game last night?
1:11 Sure man! It was an amazing game. I couldn't tell 'till the last ball who'd win.
1:17 Did you watch that awesome catch that Gayle took? It was unbelievable.
1:23 That catch really turned the game around! I never thought the Aussies would lose.
1:28 Hey, there's another game this evening. Why don't we watch it together?
1:34 That's a great idea! What about you coming over my place so that we can watch the game together?
1:40 Awesome! See you bro!
1:48 Hey June! What's up with you?
1:51 Nothing Lisa. I just want to break my TV.
1:56 Why? What happened?
1:58 Sam's been watching cricket all day long ever since the World Cup started.
2:03 He just sits on the sofa and eats, while watching TV occasionally jumping and shouting. It's very irritating!
2:12 I know what you mean. It's just a game, right!? I don't know why men are so fanatic about it.
2:19 I could never understand the point of cricket, Lisa.
2:23 Shopping is definitely more interesting.
2:27 True June! I'd rather go shopping anytime than watching cricket!
2:39 Matthew, are you ready for a cricket game this evening?
2:42 This evening? Sure buddy, but who else is playing?
2:47 I've invited some of our old school buddies, and they are coming over. It'll be a great game.
2:52 Is Jerry coming over? He was a great batsman.
2:57 Yep, Jerry's coming, and so's Tom. Those two guys were amazing.
3:02 I know. Tom's bowling is legendary, too. It'll be good to see those guys face-off again.
3:10 Be at the pitch at 5.30 sharp, mate. We're having a 20 overs game.
3:15 I'll see you there, Sam!
3:20 Stella, did you see the Premier League last night?
3:29 I didn't know that you could play cricket so well.
3:36 I couldn't tell 'till the last ball who'd win.
3:44 That catch really turned the game around!
3:52 Sam's been watching cricket all day long ever since the World Cup started.
4:04 He was a great batsman.
4:10 We're having a 20 overs game.