English Pronunciation with Molly - Over 1 Hour!

source: Shaw English Online    2017年7月7日
Enjoy over 1 hour of videos (10 videos) with Molly teaching English pronunciation. Practice English pronunciation with her to improve your English.
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0:00 bad /æ/ vs bed /ɛ/
7:20 sit /ɪ/ vs seat /i:/
14:19 bat /æ/ vs but /ʌ/
21:07 thin /n/ vs thing /ŋ/
28:43 far /ɑːr/ vs fur /ər/
36:03 bee /b/ vs. pee /p/
44:10 met /ɛ/ vs mate /eɪ/
51:22 light /l/ vs. right /r/
59:00 berry /b/ vs. very /v/
1:06:35 poke /oʊ/ vs pork /ɔːr/

CNN 10 August 24, 2017 with English subtitles

source: Chau Pham     2017年8月23日
Transcript: http://corneey.com/q3fP3s


source: Official IELTS Practice      2017年7月17日
IELTS ACADEMIC band 9 material.

The IELTS Listening test will take about 30 minutes, and you will have an extra 10 minutes to transfer your answers to the answer sheet.

The four parts of this practice Listening test are presented over four separate web pages. Make sure you move swiftly from one page to the next so that your practice is as realistic as possible.

Download the question paper and blank answer sheet before you start, and write your answers on the question paper while you are listening. Use a pencil.

Listen to the instructions for each section of the test carefully. Answer all of the questions.

There are 40 questions altogether. Each question carries one mark.

For each part of the test, there will be time for you to look through the questions and time for you to check your answers.

When you have completed all four parts of the Listening test you will have ten minutes to copy your answers on to a separate answer sheet.


source: Official IELTS Practice  2017年5月27日

Need vs Want | Grammar Made Simple | English Speaking Practice

source: Mark Kulek     2017年7月15日
We use need for essential things. For example, I need milk for my cereal. We use want for things that are not essential. For example: I want a chocolate bar. In the second part of the video, there is a section for you to practice speaking on your own.
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How to say Thanks (Basics Series)

source: Speak English With Vanessa   2017年7月11日
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How to remember English words by cheating

source: Simple English Videos   2017年7月7日
Do you find it hard to remember English words? Does your memory let you down? Then this video is for you. Learn from the story of how Jay aced an exam by cheating and discover ways that you can learn English words quickly and effectively by working smart.
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Say vs. Tell

source: Watch, Listen & Speak English! - E.M.N    2014年7月3日
With the help of a diagram I will help you to better differentiate them.

Every cloud has a silver lining.

source: BBC Learning English    2017年6月16日
Helen in Ukraine says: I find it difficult to understand idioms or proverbs. For example, every cloud has a silver lining. Could you please explain to me what this means? Find out the answer with Dan in this video.
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Learn the Top 10 Must-Know Expressions for Agreeing and Disagreeing

source: Learn English with EnglishClass101.com    2016年12月23日
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In this lesson, you'll learn Must-Know Expressions for Agreeing and Disagreeing that are used every day in USA.

Pronunciation: Tim's final words of wisdom

source: BBC Learning English     2017年2月3日
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Hi. I'm Tim and this is my Pronunciation workshop. Here I'm going to show you how English is really spoken. Come on, let's go inside. Well, here we are in the pronunciation workshop for the final time. Today, let's look back on what we've covered in this series and I'll offer some final tips and words of advice. When we write English, each word is separate; there are spaces between the words. But, that's not how we speak English. If. We. Did. It. Might. Be. Easier. To. Understand. But. We. Would. Sound. Like. Robots. No. When we speak English, although there are some pauses, we mostly bump the words together. And when these words bump into each other certain things can happen that affect the sounds. We've learned that /t/ and /d/ sounds disappear between consonants:

'Mashed potato' becomes /mæʃpəˈteɪtəʊ/.

Consonant sounds can link with vowel sounds:

'An egg' becomes 'anegg'.

Certain vowel sounds can link with certain other vowel sounds by adding sounds:

'The shoe is…' becomes 'the shoe /w/ is…'

Two consonant sounds can join together, or twin.

'It takes two' becomes /ɪt:eɪks tuː/.

Some sounds can change completely:

'Green Park' /griːn pɑːk/ becomes /griːmpɑːk/.

Unstressed grammar words are often weak:

'I'd have been late' becomes /aɪdəv bɪn leɪt/

And we've also seen how a little sound, schwa, is important to the rhythm of natural spoken English.

'A piece of cake' /ə piːsə keɪk/

These are all features of what we call connected speech. Natural speech is full of these features. And for native speakers, these changes happen automatically. The more you can get used to listening to and speaking English, the more naturally they'll come to you too. But my advice is that the most important thing to pay attention to is schwa. Getting schwa in the right place is the first step to getting English pronunciation right. And that, for the last time, is about it from the pronunciation workshop. And always remember that if you want to learn more about pronunciation or other aspects of English, then please visit our website, bbclearningenglish.com. Thank you so much for watching this series and I'll see you soon. Bye bye! Erm, hello? Hello? Erm. I can't get out. What do I do? Help! Help! Oh. Somebody?

Business English 208 (liquid market, liquidity)

source: TeacherPhilEnglish    2010年2月10日
Liquidity, liquid market, small fluctuations, frequent sales, narrow spreads,

Business English 207 (Commodity Exchange, futures, options)

source: TeacherPhilEnglish    2010年2月10日
Commodity Exchange, futures, options, Wheat, corn, orange juice, nickel, silver, copper, lumber and ethanol.