Listening Practice – It’s hard to focus on information

Listening Practice – It’s too short to get information

No matter what the forecast says, these meteorologists sure can make temperature hotter. Odds are you can never see them on your local forecast, they just dress too probabantbly for American television. But in a lot of foreign nations, these sexy girl are genuine phenomenon, especially in Latin America. Audrey Puente is a meteorologist for Fox5 in New York city.

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It’s Hot! Idioms and Expressions – It’s hot as hell.

Rachel’s English – It’s Hot! Idioms and Expressions

Rachel’s English is a great sources for English learning. Rachel’s English – It’s Hot! Idioms and Expressions – American English Pronunciation     In this American English pronunciation video, I’m going to complain about how hot it is in New York. Summer in New York is great for things like grilling. But it’s also known for being hot, hot, hot.

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Listening practice – Yard Sale

Listening practice – Yard Sale

Listening practice – Yard Sale Source : EnglishCafe.com Advanced students should challenge themselves during the True/ False exercise. After each question, pause and provide not only the answer of “true” or “false”, but also an explanation. You will hear me talk. Then you will be asked to identify sentences as true or false based on your understanding of what you

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English Pronunciation – Free English Lesson – “TH” Pronunciation

English Pronunciation – Free English Lesson – “TH” Pronunciation Pronunciation of the voiced & voiceless “TH” sound. Source : EnglishMeeting.com I hope you find this lesson helpful & enjoyable! Voiceless “TH” sound thank you tooth bath mouth through think something nothing healthy math Thank you for driving back and forth this month. I think Beth is travelling north on the

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English Conversation – How to start small talk, icebreakers

English Conversation – How to start small talk, icebreakers Source : Englishmeeting.com A proactive language learner doesn’t wait for someone to tell them to do something – they speak to people in English because they know it will help them advance their language skills. This video shows ways to start conversations even if you are a very, very shy person.

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Expressing preferences using PREFER, WOULD PREFER, and WOULD RATHER

Expressing preferences using PREFER, WOULD PREFER, and WOULD RATHER

Topic: Expressing preferences using PREFER, WOULD PREFER, and WOULD RATHER. We can learn in this lesson how to express preferences. Students sometimes confuse these expression ; prefer, would prefer, would rather. [Difference in meaning] We use prefer when we talk about what we like in general. We use would prefer and would rather when we talk about specific choices in

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