How to Express American Money in English

source: Shaw English Online      2014年1月25日
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What we call the people we love ❤❤❤

source: EnglishLessons4U - Learn English with Ronnie! 2017年6月26日
What do you call your boyfriend or girlfriend? Maybe you say "baby", "honey", "sweetheart", "sexy", or something else? In this lesson, I will provide you with a lot of inspiration for cute nicknames for your loved ones, guaranteed to make their hearts melt!!! WARNING: These terms are NOT to be used with strangers! After watching the video and doing the quiz at ,and leave a comment telling me your favorite terms of endearment.

Talking about SUMMER (real English conversation with subtitles)

source: To Fluency    2017年6月22日
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This week, Kate and I talk about summer. This was a normal conversation and we used some interesting phrases including:
- make the most out of something
- take advantage of
- escape the heat

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Five uses of 'get' - 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea - part 1

source: BBC Learning English    2016年12月1日
A watery adventure
The English word get has many meanings and uses. In this session, we bring you BBC Learning English's own version of the 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea - and we've found many different ways to use the word get in it.
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Hello, I'm Darren. Today's story is set in the 1800s and is a watery adventure that takes us deep under the ocean in search of a mysterious creature. What can it be? Let's find out.

There's a rumour going round that a strange sea-monster is causing ships to sink. The problem is getting out of hand so the US government decides to send a ship out into the ocean to get the beast and find out what it really is.

The ship is called the Abraham Lincoln and on board is a well-known scientist called Pierre Aronnax and his assistant, called Conseil. There's also a man called Ned Land who works as a harpooner.

Their journey gets underway but it's not long before the ship is attacked by the creature and the men are thrown overboard. They sink into the cold and dark water and then find themselves sitting on it – but to their amazement it's not a living thing but a large submarine vessel. Someone takes them on board and they get locked up in a cell.

Then they meet the captain – Captain Nemo – who tells them that they will never leave the vessel – which, by the way, is called the Nautilus. But despite being trapped on board, the men are treated well. They get to watch the incredible sea life through the ship's windows and Aronnax writes down everything he sees. However, they must obey one rule and that is they must return to their cell when they are asked to do so.

Well, it looks like they might spend the rest of their lives on 20,000 leagues under the sea. Will they ever escape? You'll have to join me in part two to find out. See you then.

'Go Out of One's Way'

source: Maple Leaf ESL    2017年3月21日
In this lesson, we take a look at the common expression, to 'go out of one's way', as in, 'the hotel staff went out of their way to make us feel comfortable'.
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50 words that begin with the letter R

source: LearnAmericanEnglishOnline      2017年6月14日

learn Tech Slang Words used in English speaking

source: Learn English with Let's Talk    2017年6月4日
Have you noticed strange words associated with the technical world? These words are now very much a part of the English language. In this English Speaking lesson, we have listed some Technical English Slang words related to the world of photography, phone and the internet. These English slang words are commonly used among the youngsters.

Homophones in English

source: Rachel's English     2017年5月2日
Dear / Deer, Bare / Bear, Witch / Which, They’re / Their / There – how should you pronounce these words? English has so many sets of words with the same pronunciation but different spellings, it can get pretty confusing. Learn about many of the homophones in American English.
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How to ask a favour

source: BBC Learning English     2015年7月23日
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Business English 136 (target overnight rate, easing)

source: TeacherPhilEnglish    2010年2月5日
Central banks, Ben Bernanke, Mark Carney, interest rates, interest rate policy, target overnight rate, easing, tightening.

Business English 135 (Austrian economics, free market)

source: TeacherPhilEnglish    2010年2月5日
inflation rate, core inflation, substitution, adjustments for quality.