Phrasal Verbs with 'HIT'

source: Maple Leaf ESL       2017年12月12日
In this lesson, we take a look at the following phrasal verbs that use the word 'hit': hit back at (someone), hit out at (someone), hit on (someone), hit (someone) up, hit upon/on (something), hit (someone) with, and hit it off
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CNN 10 - January 29, 2018 with English Subtitles

source: Mathew Smith         2018年1月28日
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English Conversation Practice (Advanced Level): 21 Topics - Part 1

source: Helena Daily English      2017年7月24日
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VOA Learning English Presents 'A Visit From St. Nicholas'

source: VOA Learning English      2017年12月21日
The poem 'A Visit From St. Nicholas' was written in 1822 and is one of the most-loved poems in America about the night before Christmas. Now, the Learning English staff presents 'A Visit From St. Nicholas.'

Autumn English Expressions at the Park

source: Interactive English      2017年12月11日
Autumn is a wonderful time of the year! It's a great time to be outside and go for a walk in the park.
That's why we're teaching you these fun English expressions that deal with this beautiful time of year.
A great way to build your vocabulary is by learning different English expressions. So here are a few expressions that to help you enhance your vocabulary. Enjoy! :)

CAE / FCE Speaking Part I

source: Practice English with Paul     2016年9月1日
In this video you'll get my advice on how to successfully complete the first part of the speaking exam. You'll see what you are supposed to do and what to avoid so you get a top marks.
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25 of the Most Common Phrasal Verbs - #2

source: Gerry English Expressions     2016年12月11日
Gerry defines and discusses some of the 25 of the most common phrasal verbs:
*COME UP... has seven different meanings!

Perfect English Pronunciation - Small Talk

source: Learn English with Papa Teach Me    2017年12月9日
Learn how to make small talk in English and the perfect English pronunciation to say the expressions!
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Different ways to say 'I'm Happy'

source: Learn English with Let's Talk      2017年12月8日
In today’s English lesson with Sonia, you will learn alternatives to the word Happy, these words could also be called synonyms to happy. Sometimes we are just Happy, the other time we are extremely happy with some situations in our life. Do you use the word happy combined with very, such as, very happy, very very happy. Why not learn some interesting English words that could rightly describe the degree of happiness. Learn some great English words to replace the word Happy.
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Present simple as a future tense

source: Your English Web        2016年12月17日
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English Conditionals / IF clauses order? Ask Alisha

source: Learn English with    2017年12月2日
In this video, Alisha answers 9 questions.
- Do you have an American accent or a British accent?
- How do we use the word ""cheers""? Is it formal? Informal?
- How do you make ""let's"" statements negative?
- What does ""play down"" mean?
- Can we use the main clause before the if clause? (""if"" conditionals)
- Why use the progressive tense in the expression ""I have been wanting""?
- What does ""one"" mean when used as the subject of a sentence?
- Can I describe ketchup as ""savory""?
- Dessert vs. Desert vs. To Desert
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GRAMMAR: How to talk about the future

source: BBC Learning English      2015年10月27日
Finn’s going to cook a special meal, but who is joining him for dinner? In this episode of 6 Minute Grammar you’ll find out how to talk about the future using 'be going to', 'will', the present simple and continuous as well as a few other phrases. Take a look at practice activities on our website:

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Ielts Speaking Sample (7-8) Part 1,2,3: Topic 4 - Daily routine and Adve...

source: Helena Daily English      2017年10月6日
Ielts Speaking Test Part 1,2,3: Topic 4 - Daily routine and Leisure time.
►Part 1: Daily routine
1. What part of your day do you like best?
2. What is the busiest part of the day for you?
3. When you have free time?
4. What’s your favorite way to relax?
5. Do you think in your leisure time with friends and family?
6. Do you have any hobbies and interests?
7. How do you usually spend the weekend?
8. Which do you prefer, Saturday or Sunday?
9. Are weekends important to you?t
10. Should people be paid overtime for working at the weekend?
11. Do you like shopping?
12. Are there many shops near where you live?
13. Who usually does the shopping in your home?
14. Do you have regular time to go shopping?
15. What things do you usually buy when you go shopping?
16. Do your prefer shopping in small shops or big supermarket and department stores?
►Part 2: Adventurous people
Describe an adventurous person you know
You should say:
- Who the person is
- How you know this person
- What this person does that is adventurous
Explain how you feel about the risk this person takes
►Part 3: Challenging Activities
1. Are adventurous popular in China?.
2. Why do you think people like adventurous activities?
3. What do you think are the advantages and possible disadvantages of experiential training?
4. How do you think parents could bring up their children to be more independent?
5. Do children have more freedom today to do what they want than before?
6. Do children today face more challenges than before?