GRAMMAR: Putting adverbs in the correct place

source: BBC Learning English      2015年10月13日
Adverbs – those useful little words for giving more information about a verb. Do you know where they go in a sentence? Here are Callum, Catherine and Finn to help you out! More practice activities are yours to take at:

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Phrasal Verbs & Idioms with WRAP

source: mmmEnglish     2017年12月19日
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In this lesson, you’ll learn new phrasal verbs, idioms and English expressions using the verb WRAP!
These types of words can be difficult to learn because they are often idiomatic (which means that the literal meaning of the individual words is not the same as the meaning of the expression as a whole).
That's why I like to focus on one main word (WRAP) and explore some commonly used expressions that use it!
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Phrasal verbs, idioms and expressions in this lesson:
- Wrap up
- Wrap around (or wrap round)
- Wrapped around (one's) finger
- keep (something) under wraps
- That's a wrap!

CNN 10 - January 23, 2018 with English subtitles

source: Mathew Smith       2018年1月22日
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English in a Minute: Have a Blast

source: VOA Learning English     2017年12月16日
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Fun English Expressions with the Rain

source: Interactive English       2017年11月28日
No matter whether you love or hate the rain, we can all agree that learning rainy expressions is AWESOME!
One great way to build your vocabulary is by learning different English expressions. So here are 4 different expressions that deal with the rain. Why? Well...because it was raining.
So the next time you're with friends, classmates, or any other English learners, try using these popular rainy expressions. And if it's raining, then even better.

Natural English in 10 easy steps

source: Practice English with Paul     2016年8月13日
10 realistic ways to make your English more natural immediately. Sometimes the smallest changes can have the biggest effects. Make your English more natural now.

Job Interview in English Lesson #1: Tell me about yourself

source: Speak English with Christina     2017年10月30日
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Gerrys Tweets about: Conflict

source: Gerry English Expressions      2016年10月17日
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WOULD RATHER - English lesson

source: Crown Academy of English      2017年12月27日
We use "would rather" to describe a preference of one thing compared to another thing.
In this English lesson, you will learn the form, meaning, use and grammar rules for "would rather"
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What you don't know about ADVERBS (The SECRET of ADVERBS - INTERESTING t...

source: Englishing       2017年12月17日
Adverbs are difficult to define. However, what grammar books tell us is that: They are words that modify the meaning of verbs, adjectives, other adverbs, or a whole sentence that is used to show time, manner, degree or place. They are usually made by taking an adjective and adding -ly. But not always ! There are also flat adverbs that do not change. Let's not forget to mention intensifiers and mitigators and what about those intensifiers that are now used in slang like wicked, uber, hella, etc. In this lesson, Marc will talk about all those points and more.
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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Band 7 IELTS Model Essay - IELTS Writing Lesson

source: Oxford Online English      2017年12月12日
In this video lesson, you can see a model band 7.0 IELTS essay. You'll see what the student does well and where the essay could be improved. Hope this helps you understand more about writing a band 7 IELTS essay. See the full version: .

This lesson will help you:
- Learn about the useful ways to read and understand an IELTS Writing question.
- Understand what the essay does well in Task Achievement.
- See what the essay does well in Coherence & Cohesion.
- Learn about helpful types of vocabulary to use.
- See what kinds of grammar receive a Band 7 score.
- Understand how to build a good introduction in the IELTS essay.
- See examples of good ways to build paragraphs in the IELTS essay.

IELTS Essay Question:
Nowadays, international tourism is the biggest industry in the world. Unfortunately, international tourism creates tension rather than understanding between people from different cultures.
To what extent do you agree or disagree with this opinion?
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How to Build a POWERFUL Vocabulary - LIVE Workshop Replay - Increase You...

source: Learn English Lab     2017年12月30日
Learn how to build a POWERFUL vocabulary in this LIVE workshop. Also learn more than 30 useful words and phrases!
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How to Start Thinking in English?

source: Learn English with    2017年12月10日
With this video, you'll learn five 4 ways to start thinking in English!
There is no magical, overnight way to learn English. However, doing a few or all of these will help you out substantially. This is the perfect video to get started with English language.
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✪ Learn English Phrases/Collocations: Lesson 1 - Do and Make verbs

source: Helena Daily English     2017年3月18日
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Collocations : Do
1. Do your best
Example: All that matters in the exam is to do your best.
2. Do damage
Example: The storm did some damage to our roof.
3. Do an experiment
Example: We are doing an experiment to test how the metal reacts with water.
4. Do exercises
Example: We'll do some exercises practising these collocations tomorrow.
5. Do someone a good turn ,Do someone a favour
Example: Scouts and guides are supposed to do someone a good turn every day.

Phrasal Verbs and Idioms: Intermediate Level - Lesson 4

source: Helena Daily English     2017年3月6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. Achoo! Oh dear. I think I’m starting to catch a cold.
(come down with) Achoo! Oh dear. I think I’m coming down with a cold.
2. I think 1 caught my cold from Jim.
(pick up) I think 1 picked up my cold from Jim.
3. It took me a week to recover from my last cold.
(get over) It took me a week to get over my last cold.
4. I really must reduce the amount I smoke.
(cut down on) I really must cut down on the amount I smoke.
5. I smoke 20 cigarettes a day.
(get through) I get through 20 cigarettes a day.
6. My weight has increased recently.
(put on) I’ve put on weight recently.
7. I must stop eating chips.
(cut out) I must cut out eating chips.
8. I’ve started playing golf as a hobby.
(take up) I’ve taken up golf as a hobby.
9. I think I’m going to faint.
(pass out) I think I’m going to pass out.
10. I recovered consciousness a few seconds later.
(come round) I came round a few seconds later.