How to... be vague

source: BBC Learning English     2015年9月17日
Vague language: words and phrases that aren't very exact or precise. You might want to use these phrases if you aren't sure of all the details of something, to speak informally in a friendly way, or perhaps just to save time in a conversation!
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The difference between 'So' and 'Such'

source: Maple Leaf ESL    2015年12月28日
In this lesson, we compare how to correctly use 'so' and 'such' by looking at sentences like, 'that movie was so good!' and 'they have such a beautiful family!' among many other examples.
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Speaking on the phone (Real English)

source: Learn English with Gill (engVid)     2017年5月22日
Are you afraid to answer the phone or make calls in English? This is very common among English learners because it is more difficult to understand a new language over the phone than face-to-face. In this lesson, I will cover all the different situations and problems that come up during phone calls, and show you how to solve them easily. I will also give you useful expressions you can use over the phone to make the call go more smoothly. Don't forget to do the quiz at to practice your phone conversation skills!

Difference between give away, give way, give out, and give in

source: Espresso English     2017年5月21日
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phrasal verb CUT (part 1)

source: Rachel's English     2017年1月5日
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Realize, Notice and the phrasal verb Find out

source: Simple English Videos    2017年5月26日
These verbs have very similar meanings so you might not realize their meanings are different! Realizing is about cognitive events that happen in our brain, while noticing is more physical. Find out is a very common phrasal verb that means get information.
These verbs often come up in Cambridge exams like First Certificate and IELTS and American exams like TOEFL and TOEIC and they’re useful for everyday conversation too. This video will help you understand the differences and find out how to use them correctly.
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How to Express Height in English

source: Shaw English Online    2014年1月25日
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How tall are you? Robin will teach how to ask someone's height and how to express your height in this video. Robin will teach in an easy to understand way with many English examples.

ON phrasal verbs part 3

source: MrSkypelessons     2017年5月22日
Here is an English lesson on some of the most common phrasal verbs used with the preposition ON. Please answer the following questions:
Which topics do you need to brush up on for your next exam?
Do you know anyone who goes off on one when they get carried away? What do they bang on about?
How are you getting on with your English studies?
Would you be able to get by on half your current salary?
If you were laid off, who would you fall back on for support?
Has your company taken on any new employees recently?
Does/did anyone pick on the other children when you were at school?
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Using short spoken forms

source: BBC Learning English    2015年7月20日
Gonna, wanna, dunno, whatcha... are these really English words? Who uses them and why? Finn and Catherine give you an introduction to short spoken forms in this 6 Minute Vocabulary video.

Business English 118 (LTL, FTL, LCL, FCL Freight)

source: TeacherPhilEnglish    2010年2月3日
Freight forwarder, logicstics, Ocean freight, LTL Less than truckload, FTL Full truckload, LCL Less than container load, FCL full container load,

Business English 117 (Shipping, freight, FOB Origin, FOB Destination, insurance)

source: TeacherPhilEnglish    2010年2月3日
Shipping, freight, FOB Origin, FOB Destination, insurance.