source: Your English Web      2017年1月22日
In this English lesson you will learn what DEPENDENT PREPOSITIONS are and how we use them in English.
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Weird foods of the United Kingdom

source: Learn English with Benjamin [engVid]     2017年12月12日
Just like language, food brings people together. Every region has its own tastes, and the UK is no exception. In this lesson, I will teach you about the local food found throughout the United Kingdom. You will learn a little bit about each part of our land as well! Did you know that in Scotland, you can eat sheep's stomach and deep-fried chocolate bars? Those are only some of the wonderful and unique things there are to eat in the UK. Watch the video to learn more, and do the quiz to see how many foods you can remember! I'm going to go eat some jellied eels! Mmmmmmm...

CNN 10 | January 22, 2018 with English Subtitles

source: Mathew Smith        2018年1月21日
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News Words: Unprecedented

source: VOA Learning English      2017年12月14日
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Things You Should NOT Say to Women

source: Interactive English       2017年11月25日
When learning a language, it's important to learn about culture as well. We should learn about things we should say and things we should not say. Often, learners make innocent mistakes. Maybe they want to start a conversation or perhaps give a compliment. But sometimes their questions or statements may have the opposite effect.
So here are some questions and statements you should avoid when talking to women in English. This includes your teachers, classmates, friends, and other women that you encounter along your language learning journey.
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Common Mistakes Made in English 4

source: Practice English with Paul      2016年4月9日
I made this video based on mistakes that arise again and again. These ones are taken from Russian students (since I teach in Russia) but can apply to anyone around the world. I show the mistakes, explain why they are made and show you correct English. Enjoy :)
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My Favorite Halloween Stories, Cartoons, & Movies - American Culture & H...

source: Speak English with Christina     2017年10月23日
Discover the most popular Halloween stories and books, and learn real English at the same time.
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TheBestofEnglishcom Oct 4 2016 - Duterte tells Obama to 'go to hell'...

source: Gerry English Expressions      2016年10月7日
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Scams to Avoid in London! - Featuring Joel & Lia

source: Learn English with Papa Teach Me      2017年12月7日
It's super safe in London, but here are some common scams you must know about if you visit London as a tourist!
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Common Errors Made While Speaking English - Wrongly used English Phrases...

source: Learn English with Let's Talk       2017年12月4日
In today’s English speaking lesson with your teacher Rachna, you would learn about such common wrongly used English phrases, which dumps your reputation as an English speaker. These mistakes in English are made unknowingly without the speaker being aware of them. Look at these common errors in English and stop making them. Watch our other free Spoken English lessons to improve your English and speak fluent English confidently.
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Grammar: How to use reported speech

source: BBC Learning English      2015年9月29日
Have you ever wanted to say what someone else said to you? Learn about how you can do this with reported speech. There are more practice activities on our website:

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Basic Adjective Comparisons

source: Learn English with     2017年10月27日
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Listening Practice Part 3: 14 Intermediate Level Topics

source: Helena Daily English     2017年3月6日
✪ Learn English Listening Practice Part 3: 14 Intermediate Level Topics. This video contains most popular Intermediate english speaking topics in daily life Try to practice with my video to speak english fluently. You can stand in front of the mirror and then practice with yourself... Hope your english skill will be improved.
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1. Her eyes flashed back at me: she looked into my
eyes with a lot of emotion
2. Amazing: fantastic
3. Made eye contact: looked into each other’s eyes
4. Heart started beating faster: heart began to move
very quickly
6. intense: very strong
7. Felt something tingly: had feelings of excitement
8. Puppy love: early feelings of love that are not
9. Shared experiences and values: things that two
people do together and ideas they agree on
10. Making up: apologizing to each other after
an argument

Phrasal Verbs and Idioms: Intermediate Level - Lesson 3

source: Helena Daily English       2017年3月5日
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Multi-word verbs are verbs that combine with one or two particles (a preposition and/or an adverb), for example:
The letters BBC stand for British Broadcasting Corporation.
(verb + preposition)
This milk tastes awful. 1 think it’s gone off (verb + adverb)
She couldn't attend the meeting so Helen stood in for her.
(verb + adverb + preposition)
If the addition of the particle(s) changes the meaning of the verb in some way, it is usually called a phrasal verb, because it has an idiomatic meaning - the phrase means something different from its component parts.
► Phrasal Verbs EXAMPLE:
1. It’s very cold outside and your friend is about to leave without a coat. What do you say?
►You’d better put a coat on.
2. You have been invited to an important dinner party. You are not sure if you need to wear very smart clothes or not. What do you say?
►Do I need to dress up for the occasion?
3. A man comes to your house to repair the TV7. His shoes are very dirty. You want him to remove them before he comes in. What do you say?
►Could you take your shoes off. please?
4. You are in a clothes shop and you see a nice pair of trousers. You are not sure if they are the right size or if they’ll suit you. What do you say to the shop assistant?
►Can I try these trousers on. please?
5. You can’t fasten the button on your shirt. You ask for help. What do you say?
►Can you do this button up for me. please
6. You look at your shoes and you see there are holes in them. What do you say?
►My shoes are worn out/My shoes are wearing out.
7. You have been asked to make a speech in front of a large audience. At the last moment you feel very nervous and decide you can’t do it. What do you say?
►I can’t go through with it.
8. You’re trying to put on some shoes but they are too small for you. What do you say?
►I can’t get into these shoes.
9. You are asked if you want to continue studying at college or leave and find a job. You want to continue your studies. What do you say?
►I want to carry on with my studies.
10. You saw a thief in a green jumper and blue jeans. The police ask you what he was wearing. What do you say?
►He had on a green jumper and blue jeans.