Let's Learn English Level 2 Lesson 11: The Big Snow

source: VOA Learning English     2017年12月8日
A big snow is coming. Anna has Anna and Pete have to stay at work on the weekend to report on it. Have they both prepared for the blizzard? Let's find out! See the whole lesson at https://learningenglish.voanews.com/a...

CNN 10 | January 16, 2018 with English Subtitles

source: Mathew Smith     2018年1月15日
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Prepositions of time IN, ON and AT - English grammar

source: Crown Academy of English    2018年1月2日
What is a preposition?
A preposition is a small word. We usually put prepositions before a noun or pronoun.
Prepositions show the relationship between a noun or pronoun with other words in a sentence.
In this lesson, you will learn how to use the prepositions of time in, on and at.
A preposition of time indicates WHEN something happens.

# IN:
in + month
in + season
in + year
in + part of day
in the morning
in the afternoon
in the evening

# ON: 
on + day of the week
If the event is a unique (one-time) event, the day of the week is singular:
Example: I have a meeting with my manager on Friday.

If the event is a regular event, the day of the week is plural:
Example: The bank is closed on Mondays. (every Monday)
on + date
on + special day

# AT:
at + clock time
at + festival / special time of year
"at the weekend"
Example: I'm going to play football at the weekend.

"at the beginning of"
"at the end of"

What is the difference between "at night" and "in the night"?
"at night" refers to any night in general.
"in the night" refers a short specific moment during the night:

Prepositions of place IN, ON and AT: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_zhw3...
Prepositions of time BY and UNTIL: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RCYXO...
Parts of speech: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FDbhU...
Listening quiz - Time expressions: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Rgwdi...

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8 Essential English Phrases for Conversation

source: Oxford Online English       2017年12月9日
When you’re talking to a native English speaker, do you sometimes find they use phrases and questions which you haven’t heard before? If you’ve learned English in classrooms, there are probably many simple but important phrases that you aren’t familiar with. We’ll show you a few of these useful phrases to help you understand and speak to native English speakers.
The full version of this lesson: https://www.oxfordonlineenglish.com/e....

This lesson will help you:
- Understand common English questions people might ask instead of 'How are you?'.
- Know different ways to answer these questions.
- Learn about essential English phrases like 'dunno' and how to use it.
- Understand how to give your opinion and ask someone else about theirs with an essential phrase.
- Learn about essential English phrases that are more like idioms to understand conversational English.

Fun Listening & Speaking Activity | Describing Words Around the Home

source: Interactive English     2017年11月13日
This is a listening & speaking activity! In this activity, you will be describing things around the home. Listen and guess the objects being described in the video. Then, practice your speaking skills by describing the objects to us. :)
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Echo Questions / Practice English with Paul

source: Practice English with Paul    2016年4月5日
If you want to sound more like a native speaker, you definitely need to use echo questions. The English here is elementary, but it's so effective and natural.

Take Your English Fluency to the Next Level - English Speaking Tips

source: Speak English with Christina     2017年9月25日
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Speaking like a native speaker - t to d (flap t)

source: Gerry English Expressions     2016年8月25日
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Using Relative Clauses

source: Englishing     2017年12月22日
Relative Clauses are words such as (who, which, that, where, etc) that are used to join two or more sentences together. In this video, Marc explains the difference between defining and non-defining relative clause. He provides easy examples for students to focus on. By the end of the video, he writes a sentence for students to complete it.
This lesson is intended for intermediate students who wish to improve their English grammar, and for those above levels who wish to clear up doubts about this topic.

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December Holidays Around The World

source: mmmEnglish      2017年12月15日
Join 3 YouTube Teachers and learn about December holiday traditions. Learn useful expressions, collocations and phrasal verbs in English.
In this video, Vicki of Simple English Videos, and Jennifer of JenniferESL help me to talk about some of our traditions at this time of year, including:
- Christmas celebrations
- decorating the Christmas tree
- cooking meals to celebrate
- New year's eve celebrations

Speak CORRECT English - Ep. 2 - 15 Dec '17

source: Learn English Lab       2017年12月16日
In this LIVE lesson, (1) tips for building your fluency, (2) sentence clause structure - simple, compound, complex, compound-complex sentences, (3) pronunciation training - word stress, (4) viewer questions
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Can You Really Learn English Through Songs and Music? Ask Alisha

source: Learn English with EnglishClass101.com     2017年12月8日
In this video, Alisha answers 9 questions.
- Like vs. As (What's the difference between ""like"" and ""as""?)
- Which sounds better: ""I read 'a' newspaper every day,"" or ""I read 'the' newspaper every day""?
- How tall are you?
- Can we use ""hasn't"" in an essay?
- Do these have different meanings?
""There is not a quiz today"""" and """"There is no quiz today""""?
""There is not homework"""" and """"There is no homework""""?
""There are not flowers"""" and """"There are no flowers""""?""
- I like rap songs. Is it effective if I learn English by memorizing and singing a rap song like ""Lose Yourself"" by Eminem?
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GRAMMAR: How to talk about cause and effect

source: BBC Learning English     2015年9月8日
Neil prefers paper books to e-books, but sales of paper books are declining. Find out why and learn some useful phrases for talking about cause and effect in this episode of 6 Minute Grammar. For extra activities and study materials on present tenses visit:

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✪ Learn 1001 English Speaking Sentences in Daily Life 2017 | Part 2| For...

source: Helena Daily English     2017年2月18日
Learn 1001 English Speaking Sentences in Daily Life 2017 | Part 2| For Beginners. Almost of them are common phrases in life. Learn to improve your listening skill and speaking skill.
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TOP 101 Daily English Conversation with Subtitles to help You Speak English Fluently

source: Helena Daily English      2016年10月27日
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