12 English expressions using 'THINK'

source: Learn English with Gill (engVid)    2017年6月28日
Native English speakers love to use expressions to show how they feel and think. In this lesson, I will teach you 12 common expressions that use the verb "think". Some examples include "It's later than you think", "Don't think better of it", "Don't think twice", and "think big". Watch the video to add some useful expressions to your English. You will think the world of this lesson! https://www.engvid.com/12-think-expre...

8 uses of the word 'turn' - Hansel & Gretel part one

source: BBC Learning English     2016年9月15日
You may have heard the classic tale of Hansel and Gretel when you were younger. In this session, we bring you BBC Learning English's own version of this classic fairytale - and we've found many different ways to use the word turn in it.
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You’ll find part 2 of the story here: http://www.bbc.co.uk/learningenglish/...

Hello I'm Mariam. Today's story is one you may have last heard when you were very young. It involves two children who head off into a forest where things take a turn for the worse.

These children are a boy and a girl called Hansel and Gretel. When they were very young their mother died but their father remarried. Of course, as is always the way in fairy tales, the children's new stepmother turns out to be cruel and evil.

This is how cruel she is – one day she takes the children deep into the forest. They're very scared especially as their father has told them never to go there. But she turns a blind eye and leads them deeper into the forest, turning this way and that. And then she leaves them there all alone, apart from the birds and the squirrels and other wildlife. But that smart-thinking Hansel has used some breadcrumbs that he had in his pocket, to lay a trail so that they can find their way home. Simple!

Unfortunately, when they turn back to follow the breadcrumb trail they realise that those birds I just mentioned, have eaten all the crumbs and so the children are stranded in the deep dark forest. Then to make matters worse, they walked deeper and deeper into the forest. By now they are hungry and tired – and there's no fast-food burger bar to be seen. Then there's an interesting turn of events. They suddenly turn up at a beautiful and colourful little cottage. Amazingly the cottage is made of sweets and cakes – imagine that! So without delay, they start eating it – hmm, it tastes delicious.

We'll leave the story there for now. But join me next time to hear how this 'sweet' story turns into a sour one. Bye for now.

Conversation Study – Ben Franklin Analysis

source: Rachel's English    2017年6月20日
In just a few lines of English conversation, there is so much to study about how Americans speak. See why everyone loves my Ben Franklin videos as you unlock the secrets to how Americans speak.
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source: Maple Leaf ESL     2016年4月19日
In this lesson, we look at examples of how to use the expression, 'run-of-the-mill', as in 'that cafe is pretty run-of-the-mill'.
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Prepositions Of Time | on, in, at | English Speaking Practice

source: Mark Kulek     2017年6月18日

DO phrasal verbs

source: MrSkypelessons     2017年6月14日
When was the last time you did up your flat? What exactly did you do?
Which possession could you not do without?
Have you ever been done out of your change by a shop assistant?
What could you do with, at the moment?
Which laws would you do away with?

How to react to bad news

source: BBC Learning English    2015年11月12日
Life’s not always perfect and from time to time we will get some bad news. But what do you say to your friend who has just received a piece of bad news? Join William to find out some of the things you can say to make it better. Find more programmes to help you learn English visit our website: http://www.bbclearningenglish.com

How to Express English Past Present Future

source: Shaw English Online    2014年1月25日
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This video will teach how to say different time expressions using the past, present and future tenses in English. Robin gives many examples of how to say these common time expressions in his video.
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Business English 154 (travelling salesperson, on the road, pound the pavement)

source: TeacherPhilEnglish    2010年2月6日
travelling salesperson, on the road, pound the pavement.

Business English 153 (inside sales, sales desk, inside sales reps, inside salesperson)

source: TeacherPhilEnglish    2010年2月6日
inside sales, sales desk, inside sales reps, inside salesperson.