ENGLISH ADDICT Lesson 10 – LIVE Chat – TELEVISION WORDS – Wed 27th November 2019

They say that anyone can do this guess what anyone is doing it hello everybody and welcome to another English addict live on the Internet hmm oh that is a delicious cup of coffee I will say many things about myself sometimes I will be critical sometimes I will boast about my abilities but can […]

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Learn to talk about learning a foreign language in 6 minutes!

Learn to talk about learning a foreign language in 6 minutes!

Rob: Hello and welcome to 6 Minute English – the show that brings you an interesting topic, authentic listening practice and vocabulary to help you improve your language skills. I’m Rob… Neil: Watashi no namae wa Neil desu. And that means ‘my name’s Neil’. Rob: So Neil, here’s a question for you – can you […]

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BBC English Masterclass: Giving emphasis using ‘what’

BBC English Masterclass: Giving emphasis using ‘what’

Hi, Sian here for BBC Learning English. In this video, we’re going to look at some more ways to give emphasis. Now, I’ve just got back from holiday and I’m gonna tell you all about it. But I’m gonna give you two versions of this story. Version number one will have normal sentence structure. Then […]

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BBC Masterclass: Native-speaker ‘mistakes’ – part 2

BBC Masterclass: Native-speaker ‘mistakes’ – part 2

Hi guys. Dan here for BBC Learning English. In this Masterclass, we’ll be taking a look at three grammar mistakes that native speakers commonly make. Now, as everybody knows, native speakers of English speak English exactly the way that it’s written in grammar books. We never, ever make mistakes… and if you believe that, you’ll […]

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Media Playback with MediaSessionCompat (Android Development Patterns Ep 4)

Media Playback with MediaSessionCompat (Android Development Patterns Ep 4)

[MUSIC PLAYING] IAN LAKE: Oh. Actions like pausing your music should never be too far away, just in case. Android has offered a lot of ways to do that– lock screen controls, media controls for notifications, Android Wear, and even Android Auto, to name a few. How does your audio app get started with all […]

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POP CULTURE: What’s wrong with the media

POP CULTURE: What’s wrong with the media

We’re likely to have grown up thinking that the mainstream Media was our friend The common sense natural judge of everything that matters and is important and a reliable guide to existence But we might also be realizing that isn’t quite true Let’s take a moment to remind ourselves of some of the things that […]

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BBC English Masterclass: Using the past to talk about the present and future

BBC English Masterclass: Using the past to talk about the present and future

Hi, Sian here for BBC Learning English. Today we’re going to look at past forms – easy right? We use past forms to talk about things that happened in the past? Well, it’s not that simple! We also use past forms when we’re not talking about past. Here are a few ways we do this. […]

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Speaking: Being polite – how to soften your English

Speaking: Being polite – how to soften your English

Hi Sian here for BBC Learning English… in this Masterclass we’re going to look at something British people love doing! Being polite. No, I’m not coming to your party this evening. Wow, this food is disgusting! Give me some of your lunch. Now sometimes it’s ok to be direct – or even blunt with your […]

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Improving your memory: 6 Minute English

Improving your memory: 6 Minute English

Neil: Hello and welcome to 6 Minute English, I’m Neil. This is the programme where in just six minutes we discuss an interesting topic and teach some related English vocabulary. And joining me to do this is Rob. Rob: Hello… err sorry Neil, how long did you say this programme is? Neil: Six minutes … […]

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