Let's Barbecue | We Need ... For ... | English Speaking Practice

source: Mark Kulek     2017年7月23日

Hello Everyone! Mark and Steve are having a conversation about things that they need for a barbecue. This is a live conversation in English. In this video you will learn: "We need ... For ..." pattern. This pattern is first introduced as a live conversation and in the second part of this video you will practice speaking on your own. The theme is making a list for things to buy at the supermarket for a barbecue. One example is: We need ice for drinks.

Language used in this Pattern:

We need charcoal for the barbecue
potatoes for potato salad
cabbage for coleslaw
meat for grilling
cheese for cheeseburgers
chips for dipping
ice for drinks
money for shopping

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6 uses of 'make' - Frankenstein part one

source: BBC Learning English     2016年9月8日
The English word ‘make’ has many meanings and uses. In this video, we bring you BBC Learning English's own version of the story of Frankenstein - and we've found many different ways to use the word ‘make’ in it.
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Hello, my name's Mariam. Today's story is a little scary and involves a scientist who makes a monster that he can't control. Any ideas what this story might be? Let's find out.

The man in this story is called Victor Frankenstein. As a boy he loved science and went on to study it at university. He has made a name for himself by doing impressive experiments - but his biggest idea is to bring a dead body to life. Using a mixture of chemistry, alchemy and electricity he finally succeeds and a creature – a monster - rises from the dead.

But the consequences of creating such a creature makes life very hard for Victor. His initial success turns to guilt and he starts to worry about who will look after this creature. To make matters worse, he almost goes mad and, unable to deal with the situation, he runs away, leaving the monster to roam freely in the countryside.

Then Victor gets terrible news that his younger brother, William, has been murdered. Nobody can catch the suspect but Victor assumes that the murderer is his self-created monster, but he can't tell anyone so he makes for the mountains to hide. It's here he meets the monster he's created. The monster - who by now can read and understand language – confesses to the crime but he wants to tell Victor his life story.

The monster tells Victor he is lonely and being a strange-looking creature, nobody accepts him. He tells Victor that he is angry for creating him and has killed his younger brother out of revenge. Victor is shocked but the monster then demands that he creates a female companion. Victor makes a start on creating monster number two but then thinks this would bring about destruction to humanity, so he destroys it. The monster isn't happy.

I'll leave the story there for now. Join me later to see what happens to the monster and its creator, Victor Frankenstein. See you soon.

7 Words You MUST Pronounce Correctly

source: Learn English Lab     2017年6月8日

'In the Clear'

source: Maple Leaf ESL     2016年6月7日
In this lesson, we look at the expression, 'in the clear', as in 'just when I thought I was in the clear before my vacation, I caught a cold'.
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How to use GROW and the phrasal verb GROW UP

source: Simple English Videos  2017年6月23日
Fix some common mistakes with the verb grow and the phrasal verb grow up. What are their different meanings and are they transitive or intransitive? In this video we explain the differences.
And another question. Should Jay grow a beard?
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Learn 10 English Vocabulary Words Starting with J

source: Espresso English     2017年6月18日
Pronunciation Course: https://www.espressoenglish.net/ameri...
I have two courses to help you get better at pronunciation: the American English Pronunciation Course and Shadowing with Shayna.
In both of these courses, you'll do a lot of listen-and-repeat exercises, and at the end of each one there's an opportunity to get an evaluation of your pronunciation.

How to learn English faster & better?

source: Learn English with Let's Talk    2017年6月18日
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How to use formal greetings

source: BBC Learning English    2016年9月15日
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In this edition, Jackie talks about the language that you might use in formal situations. How do you greet people in formal situations.

Using Ago / Later & Last / Next in English

source: Shaw English Online      2014年1月25日
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Learn how to use common English time expressions: ago, later and last, next. These time expressions are very important to learning English. Robin teaches these time expressions with a lot of examples and practical advice.
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Business English 152 (agent, broker, commission salesperson, manufacturer's agents)

source: TeacherPhilEnglish     2010年2月6日
agent, broker, commission salesperson, manufacturer's agents.

Business English 151 (Salesperson, sales call, salespeople, meet with customers)

source: TeacherPhilEnglish    2010年2月6日
Salesperson, sales call, salespeople, meet with customers.