Learn real English Vocabularies in the CAR


Learn real English Vocabularies in the CAR
Learn real English Vocabularies in the CAR

In this video, you will learn real English vocabularies in the CAR wtih linguamarina . You will be able to name the parts of a car which will grow your vocabulary and help you in communicating.



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Learn real English Vocabularies in the CAR:

Accelerator (or gas pedal): The accelerator is a pedal that the driver presses on with his or her foot in order to control the car's speed.

Brake: The foot pedal you use when you want to make the car go slower or stop it from moving.

Brake light: The red light at the back of the car that indicates the brake is being used and that the car is slowing down.

Dashboard: The part in front of the driver that has the controls like the Temperature gauge, Fuel gauge and the Speedometer.

Exhaust (pipe): The pipe that takes the waste gases from the motor and lets them go into the air.

Horn: The horn makes a sound to warn other drivers of a problem. The driver makes the horn sound by pressing a button, which is usually on the steering wheel.

Turn indicators: The lights that let others know in which direction a car is turning.

Ignition: You put the key here to start the car.

License Plate: The license plate is a piece of metal with numbers and letters on it. There is usually one on the front and the back of the car. The government usually requires each car to have a license plate so the car can be identified.

Radiator: Cools the water of the motor.

Rear-view Mirror: The small mirror attached to the middle of your windscreen so that you can see what is behind your car while you are driving.

Seatbelt: The belt that is connected to the seat and you place across your body to help protect you in an accident.

Speedometer: A part of the dashboard that lets the driver know how fast the car is moving.

Steering wheel: The round instrument that the driver uses to make the car go in a certain direction.

Tires: The tire is a thick rubber ring that connects the car to the ground. Cars normally have four tires.

Visor: A visor is a piece of, usually, plastic that the driver can move into position to stop the sun from getting into the driver's eyes.

Wheel: The round parts that connect the car to the road and help the car move.

Windshield: The big window at the front of the car that the driver looks through as he/she drives.

Windshield Wipers: Windshield wipers are things that move back and forth across the windshield to remove rain so that the driver can see better.

Learn English with The Morning Show


Learn English with The Morning Show
Learn English with The Morning Show

Learn English with Jennifer Aniston | The Morning Show

In this video, you will learn real English with Jennifer Aniston in her new hit series: The Morning Show. This is a fantastic series to learn English about the world of media, get some advanced English vocabulary, and plus, it is seriously entertaining



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Learn English with The Devil Wears Prada


Learn English with The Devil Wears Prada
Learn English with The Devil Wears Prada

Don't Be Rude At Work - Learn real English with The Devil Wears Prada

In this video, you will learn real English with movies with the popular film The Devil Wears Prada. This is a fantastic movie for learning some professional English, and it stars Meryl Streep and Anne Hathaway.




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How to Think in English to Improve Your English Speaking Skills


How to Think in English to Improve Your English Speaking Skills
How to Think in English to Improve Your English Speaking Skills

In this video, Teela explains some simple, but powerful ways to learn how to think in English to improve your English speaking skills so that you can better communicate with native and advanced English speakers. This involves strategies for talking to yourself, relying less on your bilingual dictionary, paraphrasing, keeping a diary or journal, and using positive reinforcement. Watch and let Teela explain it all in an easy way. Get more confident and fluent with Deep English lessons.



How to Think in English to Improve Your English Speaking Skills


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How to Think in English to Improve Your English Speaking Skills:

1. Talk to yourself in English.
2. Don’t use bilingual dictionary.
3. Try to describe the word you don’t know
4. Write down something you need to do.
5. Create some pep talk in English for yourself.

English Phrasal Verbs for Everyday Life


English Phrasal Verbs for Everyday Life
English Phrasal Verbs for Everyday Life

Learn English phrasal verbs through this conversation which will help you improve your English vocabulary and understanding.




English Phrasal Verbs for Everyday Life


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104 Daily Life English Dialogues


104 Daily Life English Dialogues
104 Daily Life English Dialogues

This is the collection of 104 Daily Life Real English Dialogues and English Conversations.
In the video you will learn 4 topic of real English conversation about City Life, Cars and Houses, Family Life and Social Communication.



104 Daily Life English Dialogues


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104 Daily Life English Dialogues:

Chapter 1 - City Life
Chapter 2 - Cars and Houses
Chapter 3 - Family Life
Chapter 4 - Social Communication

30 Dialogs for Everyday English


30 dialogues for Everyday English
30 Dialogs for Everyday English

This video is the collection of 30 Dialogs for Everyday Use. It is situational dialogs that focus on a wide variety of communicative situations and natural encounters in English. Each dialog is accompanied by a contextual illustration and can be used as a springboard for extended listening and speaking practice. The text also includes language notes that provide useful information on grammar and intonation patterns.



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30 dialogs for Everyday English:

Dialog 1-Formal Greetings and Farewells
Dialog 2-Informal Greetings and Farewells
Dialog 3-Formal Introductions
Dialog 4-Informal Introductions
Dialog 5-Time
Dialog 6-A telephone call
Dialog 7-Happiness
Dialog 8-Ordering a meal
Dialog 9-Birthdays
Dialog 10-A Crowded Theater
Dialog 11-Mistakes
Dialog 12-Games
Dialog 13-Health
Dialog 14-Sports
Dialog 15-Asking Directions
Dialog 16-Coincidences
Dialog 17-Safety
Dialog 18-Musical instruments
Dialog 19-Taking a Vacation
Dialog 12-Recipes
Dialog 21-Weather 
Dialog 22-Having Things Done
Dialog 23-Mailing Letters
Dialog 24-Animals
Dialog 25-Shopping
Dialog 26-Transportation
Dialog 27-Comparing
Dialog 28-Pastimes
Dialog 29-Weddings
Dialog 30-Effort

Who are you?


Who are you?
Who are you?


I hope this new short film from the creators of "The Gift" will give you an inspiration along with learning real English if you happen to be here because you want to learn English.

Who are you? is the easy & simple question, but might be hard to answer.


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Who are you?


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Who are you?:

Aport from the video, I spot one comment from Allyzzaa ,"There's nothing in the box" like our lives, we all started empty, and day by day we fill it. We fill it with happiness, love, pain, sorrow, success, etc. Well, the size of our boxes doesn't matter, what really matter is what we put inside, if we decided to put negative things like hatred then our box would be very heavy making it so difficult to carry. Like in our life, if we live on full of hatred, bitterness and anger, then it would be so difficult to move on and hope for tomorrow."
Well said Allyzzaa.

14 Overused ENGLISH Words - Stop Using Them!


14 OVERUSED ENGLISH WORDS - Stop Using Them! Use these alternatives
14 OVERUSED ENGLISH WORDS - Stop Using Them! Use these alternatives


In this video, you will 14 English words that is overused with linguamarina and you should stop using it, she also give you what should you use in stead.


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14 OVERUSED ENGLISH WORDS - Stop Using Them! Use these alternatives


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14 OVERUSED ENGLISH WORDS - Stop Using Them! Use these alternatives:

1:01 #1 Like
1:55 #2 Important
2:57 #3 New
3:31 #4 Really
4:02 How you can diversify your speech
4:25 About Blinkist
5:38 #5 And
6:29 #6 Interesting
7:25 #7 Good
8:04 #8 Smart
8:48 #9 Explain
9:18 #10 Thing
9:52 #11 See
10:37 #12 Also
11:02 #13 Change
11:34 #14 Said

25 IDIOMS IN ENGLISH TO SOUND LIKE A NATIVE


25 IDIOMS IN ENGLISH TO SOUND LIKE A NATIVE
25 IDIOMS IN ENGLISH TO SOUND LIKE A NATIVE


In this video, you will learn 25 idioms with linguamarina to learn to sound more American! Travel to an English-speaking country to learn English.


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25 IDIOMS IN ENGLISH TO SOUND LIKE A NATIVE


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25 IDIOMS IN ENGLISH TO SOUND LIKE A NATIVE:

1) “Beat around the bush”  Avoiding the topic
2) “The best of both worlds”  All the advantages
3) “Bite off more than you can chew”  Taking on too many responsibilities
4) “Blessing in disguise”  It looks bad, but will turn out well
5) “Can’t judge a book by its cover”  It isn’t about appearance
6) “Give (one) the benefit of the doubt”  Assuming the best about someone
7) “In the heat of the moment” Being overly emotional and doing something stupid
8) “Kill two birds with one stone”  Get two things done at once
9) “Let the cat out of the bag”  Shared a secret you weren’t supposed to
10) “Missed the boat”  Missing a chance/opportunity
11) “Once in a blue moon”  Something that happens rarely
12) “Take with a grain of salt”  To not take something too seriously
13) “Up in the air”  It is unsure/indefinite
14) “Stab someone in the back  betray someone who trusted you
15) “Lose your touch”  To lose a talent or ability you once had
16) “Sit tight”  Take no action, just wait
17) “Face the music”  To accept reality
18) “Rule of thumb”  A general rule (not scientific)
19) “Look like a million dollars” To look really good
20) “Get over something”  No longer emotionally affected by something
21) “Crunch time”  The time when a deadline is approaching and you have much to do
22) “Get out of hand”  Lose control of something
23) “Get it out of your system”  To finally do something you have wanted to do
24) “Hang in there”  Wait and be patient