Let's Learn English Level 2 Lesson 16: Find Your Joy!

source: VOA Learning English      2018年1月10日
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Adjectives to describe your colleagues – Business English Vocabulary

source: Learn English with Let's Talk       2018年1月11日
If you are a working professional you spend a lot of time with your co-workers & colleagues. So, why not learn some useful English vocabulary to describe them. In this English lesson, you would learn some positive and negative adjectives to describe your work colleagues and co-workers. When you work with people for long hours, you certainly develop a relationship with them and get to know them better. You could use these useful adjectives to expand your vocabulary and describe one's qualities by choosing the right word that suits them.
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Positive adjectives to describe your co-workers
Trustworthy – Someone on whom you could completely rely on and trust them is a trustworthy person. These people are very honest in their dealings.

Responsible – Someone how puts in a lot of effort in their duty and are very hardworking. They always make sure they complete their task on time and before the deadline.

Ethical – Someone who is honest and deals with high moral and principles is ethical in their dealings.

Diligent – When someone concentrates on details or in other words micromanages things could be called as a diligent co-worker. They are never distracted by what’s happening in the surrounding.

Obedient – Moreover, this word implies to kids, but could also be used to talk about someone who complies with the rules and regulations strictly. The always follow their bosses voice or instructions.

Negative adjectives to describe your co-workers
Belligerent – There are people who are always on their toes to pick up a fight. They just want to have an argument on everything. They are really annoying and spoil the work environment.

Finicky – There are some co-workers who pay a lot of attention to silly and unimportant things; such people could be called as finicky. They are quite fussy and picky about things around them.

Gullible – Someone who could be easily tricked is called gullible. Such people could be easily fooled. It’s not a good quality one could have.

Inconsiderate – The simplest word to describe an inconsiderate person is rude. They just don’t care about someone’s emotions or feelings. They are disrespectful to others and embarrass you often.

Malicious – These are mean people who harass and insult you. They are evil in nature.

CNN 10 - February 13, 2018 | the definition of a stock market correction...

source: NEWS with Subtitles       2018年2月12日
The Trump Administration releases an infrastructure plan, we define a stock market correction, and two artists use spray paint to create murals with messages.
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The adjective TOUGH and its uses

source: Practice English with Paul      2015年6月22日
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00:45 tough material
00:56 tough meat
01:23 a tough man
01:40 a tough teacher
02:43 a tough part of town
03:21 a tough winter

10 Common Slang Words Americans Use All the Time

source: Interactive English      2017年9月2日
You may not use slang in the classroom, but you'll definitely use it in the streets. Because slang is a part of everyday English and you may hear it all the time. So that's why we're going to teach you some popular American slang.
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How to be polite in English, with Leandra King -

source: Speak English with Christina     2017年4月11日
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How to Pronounce Contractions: 81 Contractions in American English

source: Speak English With Vanessa          2018年1月12日
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Asking for and Giving Personal Information in English

source: Learn English with EnglishClass101.com       2018年1月11日
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R Controlled Vowels - Speak English Like a Native-Speaker

source: Gerry English Expressions     2016年11月24日
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How to learn fluent English - plan for success.

source: Simple English Videos     2018年1月12日
Do you want to learn fluent English? I've been teaching English for forty years and I'm sharing some secrets - things I've found work for my students that can work for you too. Good goals and plans will help you learn English faster.
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Uncountable Nouns - English Grammar Lesson

source: Oxford Online English    2017年5月12日
Do you know the difference between countable and uncountable nouns? The basic difference is quite simple, but this topic still needs attention. Often, countable and uncountable nouns are different in different languages. Also, some nouns can be both countable and uncountable with different meanings! We'll look at these ideas in this lesson, and you can see how uncountable nouns work in English. See the full version: https://www.oxfordonlineenglish.com/v...
What’s the difference between paper and a paper? Why do we say trousers are… but news is…? Why can’t you say, 'Can you give me an advice'? You’ll learn the answers to all these questions in this lesson.

In this lesson you can learn:
- The basic rules of uncountable nouns.
- How to tell which nouns are uncountable.
- How some nouns can be both countable and uncountable.
- About uncountable nouns that are always in the plural form.
- Ways to make uncountable nouns countable.

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Be Going To: The Grammar Gameshow Episode 6

source: BBC Learning English        2017年11月15日

American English Speaking Conversation with idioms: Top 10 Topics in Life

source: Helena Daily English     2017年3月25日
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