English Bad Words: Apeshit

source: Shaw English Online    2014年1月28日
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'Apeshit' is not that bad to say, but be careful saying it. Robin teaches how to use and say 'apeshit'. It will help your English listening skills.
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PRONUNCIATION: Assimilation of /t/ and /p/

source: BBC Learning English    2016年7月8日
What happens when a word ending with a /t/ sound is followed by a word beginning with a /p/ sound? Tim looks at assimilation, with the help of the Learning English team, some Londoners - and a white piece of paper! You can learn more here http://www.bbc.co.uk/learningenglish/...

Six uses of 'stay' - Jamaica Inn part 1

source: BBC Learning English    2016年11月3日
Strange things are happening on the bleak and windy moors...
The English word stay has many meanings and uses. In this session, we bring you BBC Learning English's own version of the classic story Jamaica Inn - and we've found many different ways to use the word stay in it.
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Hello, I'm Mariam. Today's story is set on the bleak and windy moors of Cornwall and features a young strong woman who witnesses some strange goings on when she goes to live in a pub called Jamaica Inn.

The woman is called Mary and after her mother dies she goes to stay with her aunt at Jamaica Inn. It's a cold and lonely place and is run by her scary and abusive uncle, Joss. Mary's aunt tells her to stay out of his way. Mary soon realises that Jamaica Inn is not a nice place to live but she decides to stay on to look after her aunt – and then things start to happen.

The Inn is a quiet place because nobody chooses to stay over due to its terrible reputation but one Saturday night, a noisy group of Joss's friends come to drink. They're very rude to Mary and she goes to hide in her bedroom. That night she stays up to see what's going on, and out of her window, she sees horses and wagons horses moving in the yard. She also hears Joss arguing with a man who he then hits – knocking him to the floor. Mary doesn't like what she sees and the next day, she tells the local magistrate, Squire Bassat. He searches the Inn for any clues but finds nothing. She then meets the local vicar, Mr Davey, who she confides in – but he tells her that she doesn't know enough about Joss and shouldn't involve the law.

Later, Mary meets a man called Jem who turns out to be Joss's brother. She is suspicious of him and decides to stay away from him but after a while she realises he can be trusted and they spend some happy time together at a horse fair, where Jem sells ponies. However, at the end of the fair, Jem disappears and Mary is worried he's been arrested for selling stolen ponies. She runs back to the Inn across the dark and wet countryside. When she gets back, she is met by Joss and his gang of drunken men – they are up to no good.

I'll leave the story there for now. But join me in again in part two to find out what Joss and his friends are up to. Bye for now.

5 English Expressions you've been saying wrong!

source: Learn English with Papa Teach Me    2017年6月28日
If you have a problem, should you nip it in the BUTT or the BUD?!
Here are 5 expressions you've been using wrong!

'End Up'

source: Maple Leaf ESL  2016年2月2日
In this 'quick words' lesson, we look at how to properly use the often used expression 'end up'.
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Verb "to BE" | English grammar lesson & exercises

source: Crown Academy of English     2017年6月27日
In this lesson, you will learn the affirmative form (positive), question form and negative form of the verb BE in both the present simple tense and past simple tense. I also explain the contracted forms for the affirmative and negative.
The verb "to be" is an irregular verb in English. Its form is therefore different to all other verbs. This verb is used a lot in the English language. It is therefore very important to learn the form by heart.
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This, That, These, Those | English Speaking Practice

source: Mark Kulek     2017年6月11日


source: JamesESL English Lessons (engVid)    2017年5月16日
"Stop making mistakes" or "stop doing mistakes? "Do" and "make" are some of the most used verbs in English, but they are regularly confused by English learners. I'm going to teach you the logic of when to use "make" and when to use "do". Watch this lesson and you'll understand how to use these verbs correctly. You'll also learn collocations: words that often go with "make" and "do", like "do the dishes", "do your homework", "make dinner", "make a call", and many more. Learning to use these two simple words correctly will make you sound much more fluent to native English speakers, so don't miss out!

Business English 168 (market share, company image)

source: TeacherPhilEnglish     2010年2月6日
Company image, public opinion, market share, gaining market share, losing market share, giving up market share.

Business English 167 (upselling, bait-and-switch, browbeating and lowballing)

source: TeacherPhilEnglish    2010年2月6日
upselling, bait-and-switch, browbeating and lowballing