BBC News Review: How do vampire bats survive on blood?

source: BBC Learning English       2018年2月20日
Scientists have discovered how vampire bats can survive on a blood-only diet. Neil and Catherine teach you the language the world's media is using to discuss this story.
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bloodthirsty: keen to enjoy violence
iron guts: the ability to eat or drink anything without vomiting
live off: depend on something or someone for money or food

CNN 10 | February 23, 2018

source: Karl be ba      2018年2月22日
Source: Student News Anchor: Carl Azuz.

English Listening Comprehension Practice: 30 Advanced Topics | Part 2

source: Helena Daily English      2018年1月14日
Listening skill is an important and required skill for every English test. To improve your listening skill, you should practice listening everyday. 30 advanced topics will help you learn a lot of academic words.
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Do Does Did for Emphasis

source: Practice English with Paul       2015年6月23日
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03:07 emphasis of emotion
04:21 emphasis of contrast
05:18 compare expectations with reality

Everyday Grammar: Wish (Future)

source: VOA Learning English      2018年1月21日
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Grammar Glossary 1

source: MrSkypelessons        2018年1月23日


source: Rachel's English       2018年1月23日
Study real English conversation to understand how Americans speak and study stress – the contrast of longer syllables vs. very short, reduced words. Watch this interview with my friend – we study the conversation so you can understand everything that’s said and improve listening comprehension. Learn how to imitate Americans to improve English fluency.
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Learning Adjectives (-ed vs. -ing) | English Grammar Lesson

source: Interactive English      2017年10月14日
This is a common grammar mistake that English learners of ALL levels sometimes make. When having a free-flowing conversation, it can be easy to mix up -ed & -ing adjectives. So let's practice!
The difference between "bored" & "boring" may only be a few letters, but if you accidentally confuse these adjectives, you could say something completely different from what you intend to say. "I'm bored." is NOT similar to "I'm boring." Nobody should call themselves boring, but we've heard learners say this about themselves before.
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How to welcome a visitor in English - Bonus Successful Small Talk Lesson

source: Speak English with Christina       2017年5月24日

Gerry's Tweets about: Conversation & Speaking

source: Gerry English Expressions       2016年6月17日
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Have SAFE SEX with Ronnie!

source: EnglishLessons4U     2018年1月26日
Want to have sex? DO IT SAFELY! In this sex education video, I'm going to teach you about SAFE SEX -- how to have sex without an accidental pregnancy or getting sexually transmitted diseases (STDs). You will learn about safe sex, but also learn the English vocabulary and slang terms used to talk about this topic. Even though sex is so common and such an important part of life, I haven't seen any English textbooks that teach this material, and it's not often taught in English classes either! Well, that's why I'm here! Sex is a wonderful thing, but it is VERY important that you are educated on how to protect yourself and your partners. I'll talk about different types of birth control, like condoms, IUDs, and the pill, as well as the importance of getting tested so that your sex life can be happy and healthy. You'll also learn about some common sexually transmitted diseases, and the slang terms that native English speakers use to talk about them. Have sex, be safe, have fun, and have more sex. And remember: "She won't get sick if you cover your dick".

How to use HAD BETTER

source: Your English Web         2016年6月21日
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