Watch this lesson if you understand English when you read but not when you listen


Watch this lesson if you understand English when you read but not when you listen
Watch this lesson if you understand English when you read but not when you listen


Do you get frustrated when natives speak fast? Guess what! The problem is NOT the speed at which we speak. The problem is that your ears are not yet tuned to native connected speech: How we cut and connect our words. This video will help you to FINALLY understand native speech and speak more naturally, confidently, and fluently.



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Learn English With The Witcher


Learn English With The Witcher
Learn English With The Witcher

Do you love medieval fantasy movies and series? Then this lesson is perfect for you! Today you will learn English with the Witcher, a new, exciting series from Netflix. This lesson is great to learn advanced vocabulary and practice British English.



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Actual English with Jennifer - Lesson 30 : The Flu


30 : The Flu
Actual English with Jennifer - Lesson 30 : The Flu
Hello, this is Actual English, the real English lesson by Jennifer Clyde. The lesson consists of 5 sections, Actual Talk, Actual Talk Review, Actual Talk Expressions, Actual Story and Wrap Up.

This is the 30th lesson of Actual English Speaking. In this lesson, she will help you learn how to talk about The Flu.


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Jennifer Clyde teaches OPiC and natural English based on various encounters by culturally diverse English speakers in a cafe setting.

Actual English with Jennifer - Lesson 29: Stomachaches


29: Stomachaches
Actual English with Jennifer - Lesson 29: Stomachaches
Hello, this is Actual English, the real English lesson by Jennifer Clyde. The lesson consists of 5 sections, Actual Talk, Actual Talk Review, Actual Talk Expressions, Actual Story and Wrap Up.

This is the 29th lesson of Actual English Speaking. In this lesson, she will help you learn how to talk about Stomachaches.


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Jennifer Clyde teaches OPiC and natural English based on various encounters by culturally diverse English speakers in a cafe setting.

Learn English with Brooklyn 99


Learn English with Brooklyn 99
Learn English with Brooklyn 99

If your ready to laugh, then let's learn English with Brooklyn 99! We’ve selected two hilarious scenes from the show. With Brooklyn Nine-Nine you can learn great vocabulary about police, military, and law. and medical vocabulary!



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Talk about Natural Disasters in English


Talk about Natural Disasters in English
Talk about Natural Disasters in English

You should never underestimate the forces of nature. Natural disasters have powerful effects on our world. An Earthquake with a high magnitude can cause a destructive tsunami and a devastating hurricane can cause a massive flood. Natural disasters can be terrifying! In this English lesson, you will learn useful vocabulary connected to natural disasters to help improve your English fluency and communicate easier in English.



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There are nine types of natural disasters that we are discussed in this English vocabulary lesson: 1. Wildfire (Bushfire, Forest fire) 2. Flood 3. Drought 4. Earthquake 5. Tsunami 6. Hurricane (Cyclone, Typhoon) 7. Tornado (Twister) 8. Volcanic Eruptions 9. Avalanche (Snowslide) / Landslide (Mudslide)

How to Have the Perfect Self Introduction in English


How to Have the Perfect Self Introduction in English
How to Have the Perfect Self Introduction in English

Do you want to make a great first impression? The easiest way to do this is by creating your unique, personal perfect self introduction in real English! In this free training you will learn everything you need to know how to create your script for your perfect introduction!



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Actual English with Jennifer - Lesson 28: Back Pain


28: Back Pain
Actual English with Jennifer - Lesson 28: Back Pain
Hello, this is Actual English, the real English lesson by Jennifer Clyde. The lesson consists of 5 sections, Actual Talk, Actual Talk Review, Actual Talk Expressions, Actual Story and Wrap Up.

This is the 28th lesson of Actual English Speaking. In this lesson, she will help you learn how to talk about Back Pain.


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Jennifer Clyde teaches OPiC and natural English based on various encounters by culturally diverse English speakers in a cafe setting.

How Much will a Ticket to Mars cost


Learn English with Elon Musk | How Much will a Ticket to Mars cost
Learn English with Elon Musk | How Much will a Ticket to Mars cost

In this inspiring real English lesson, you'll learn English with the hugely successful entrepreneur, Elon Musk! You'll learn lots of vocabulary and expressions in this interesting interview with him!



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Actual English with Jennifer - Lesson 27: Surgery


27: Surgery
Actual English with Jennifer - Lesson 27: Surgery
Hello, this is Actual English, the real English lesson by Jennifer Clyde. The lesson consists of 5 sections, Actual Talk, Actual Talk Review, Actual Talk Expressions, Actual Story and Wrap Up.

This is the 27th lesson of Actual English Speaking. In this lesson, she will help you learn how to talk about Surgery.


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Jennifer Clyde teaches OPiC and natural English based on various encounters by culturally diverse English speakers in a cafe setting.

Learn English Speech - ELON MUSK: Future, A.I. and Mars


Learn English Speech - ELON MUSK: Future, A.I. and Mars
Learn English Speech - ELON MUSK: Future, A.I. and Mars

Learn real English with the legend Elon Musk in this enlightened Speech. In this conversation Elon Must talks about our Future, Artificial Intelligence (A.I) and Mars at World Government Summit moderated by H.E. Mohammad AlGergaw.



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6 Important Phrasal Verbs for Eating and Drinking


56 Important Phrasal Verbs for Eating and Drinking
56 Important Phrasal Verbs for Eating and Drinking

In this lesson, you will learn real English lesson with Vanessa. In this video, you will learn 56 important phrasal verbs for eating and drinking. Use these phrasal verbs in daily conversations in English!



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27 Clothing PHRASAL VERBS


27 Clothing PHRASAL VERBS
27 Clothing PHRASAL VERBS

In this lesson, you will learn real English lesson with Vanessa. In this video, you will learn 27 phrasal verbs about clothing! Talk about your daily life in English with these important English phrases. Learn phrasal verb and you will more sound like a native.



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27 Clothing PHRASAL VERBS:
  1. try on : to test whether clothing is good for you by wearing it
  2. get into : to put on clothes
  3. fit into : to be of the appropriate size for clothing
  4. put on : to start wearing an article of clothing
  5. throw on : to hastily put on
  6. have on : to be wearing
  7. take off : opposite of put on
  8. zip/button up : to close a zipper/buttons
  9. tuck in : to put one's shirt below their pants
  10. roll up : to push one's sleeves up to reveal more arm
  11. dress up/dress up like : to choose an outfit to wear
  12. bundle/wrap up : to put on more layers of clothing
  13. strip down : to take off some layers
  14. wear out : to use something to the point when it no longer serves its purpose.
  15. slip on : synonym of "put on" for shoes
  16. slip off : synonym of "take off" for shoes
  17. lace up : to tie one's shoes
  18. break in : to use new shoes to a point where they're comfortable
  19. kick off : synonym of "slip off"
  20. let out : to loosen clothing
  21. take in : to tighten clothing
  22. fold up : make cloths into a smaller, neater shape by folding it
  23. hang up : to put on a hook, hanger
  24. put away : put it into the place where it is normally kept when it is not being used

Actual English with Jennifer - Lesson 26: Hospitalization


26: Hospitalization
Actual English with Jennifer - Lesson 26: Hospitalization
Hello, this is Actual English, the real English lesson by Jennifer Clyde. The lesson consists of 5 sections, Actual Talk, Actual Talk Review, Actual Talk Expressions, Actual Story and Wrap Up.

This is the 26th lesson of Actual English Speaking. In this lesson, she will help you learn how to talk about 26. Hospitalization.


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Jennifer Clyde teaches OPiC and natural English based on various encounters by culturally diverse English speakers in a cafe setting.

Learn English With Prison Break


Learn English With Prison Break
Learn English With Prison Break

Based on so many requests, we are bringing you a dynamic, fun lesson so you can learn English with Prison Break! This series is perfect for learning vocabulary related to prison and law enforcement, and is action packed!



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30 Phrasal Verbs for your Morning Routine


30 Phrasal Verbs for your Morning Routine
30 Phrasal Verbs for your Morning Routine

In this lesson, you will learn real English lesson with Vanessa. In this video, you will learn 30 phrasal verbs to describe your morning routine in English. Do you doze off or roll out of bed? Do you pull back your hair or put on make up?



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Learn English Through Movies - AVATAR


Learn English Through Movies - AVATAR
Learn English Through Movies - AVATAR

Probably considered one of the most entertaining films of all time, in this video you will learn real English through movies with Avatar! In this short scene you will learn a ton of vocabulary, expressions, and native pronunciation. Let's go!



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120 Kitchen Vocabulary Expressions


120 Kitchen Vocabulary Expressions
120 Kitchen Vocabulary Expressions

In this lesson, you will learn real English lesson with Vanessa. In this video, you will learn how to use over 120 kitchen vocabulary expressions in English! Can you talk about cooking, washing the dishes, and appliances in English? Today's lesson is for you!



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Below is the list of Kitchen Vocabulary
  1. The refrigerator/ fridge
  2. The vegetable crisper(bin)
  3. The freezer (fridge)
  4. Leftovers
  5. Stove and Oven
  6. (top/bottom) Oven racks
  7. The nobs
  8. set the temperature
  9. The microwave
  10. whirring sound
  11. sucks up
  12. A dishwasher
  13. (Top/Bottom) racks
  14. Bamboo bowl
  15. Plate
  16. Cupboards
  17. Appliances
  18. Counter / Counter top
  19. Laminate counter / composite counter
  20. Granite counter top / Tile counter top
  21. Wood block counter top
  22. Fruit stand / basket/ tray
  23. Coffee maker
  24. The paper towel stand / rack
  25. The sink
  26. Dish soap
  27. Dishwasher pod / detergent
  28. Towel / sponge
  29. Steel wool
  30. The faucet
  31. A Sprayer
  32. Hand soap / Liquid hand soap / Bar soap
  33. Tap water
  34. A "soda stream"
  35. A toaster
  36. A coffee grinder
  37. Tea pot
  38. Tea strainers
  39. Tea kettle
  40. Thermometer
  41. Cutting board
  42. Oven mitts / Hot pads
  43. Olive oil
  44. Honey
  45. Salt
  46. Pepper
  47. Vitamins
  48. Chopsticks
  49. Knives
  50. Scissors
  51. Dry goods
  52. Cookbooks
  53. Snacks
  54. Mason jars
  55. Peanuts
  56. Cashews
  57. Almonds
  58. Popcorn
  59. Sunflower seeds
  60. Raisins
  61. Small plate
  62. Saucers
  63. Big plate
  64. Bowls
  65. Mugs
  66. Glasses / Cups
  67. Strainer
  68. Hand grinder
  69. A pour over
  70. A French press
  71. A point of contention
  72. A stem
  73. Cabinet
  74. Lids for pots and pans
  75. A lid rack
  76. Cookie sheets / baking sheets
  77. A cooling rack
  78. A bread pan / tin
  79. Casserole dish
  80. Pyrex baking dish
  81. Silicone muffin tin
  82. Steamer
  83. Drawers
  84. Silverware / Flatware
  85. Forks, spoons, knives, chopsticks, steak knives, children stuff.
  86. Home Economics class
  87. Teaspoon (tsp)
  88. Tablespoons ( tbsp )
  89. Tongs
  90. Thermometer
  91. C/F = Celsius / Fahrenheit
  92. Meat pounder / tenderizer
  93. Drink accessories
  94. Wine opener
  95. A cork screw.
  96. A wine stopper
  97. A serrated knife
  98. A knife sharpener
  99. An egg slicer
  100. Tupperware
  101. The sink basin
  102. Trash bags, cleaning rags
  103. The blender
  104. Rice cooker / slow cooker
  105. Nifty
  106. A pantry
  107. Lazy Susan
  108. Kitchen utensils
  109. Stirring spoon
  110. Garlic press
  111. Whisk
  112. A soup ladle
  113. Rice scraper / paddle
  114. A manual / electric can opener
  115. Tuna
  116. Vegetable peeler
  117. Spatula
  118. Kitchen scissors
  119. A lighter
  120. Spices and Seasonings
  121. Ziploc / plastic bags
  122. Reusable plastic bags
  123. Plastic wrap / cling wrap
  124. Aluminum foil / tin foil
  125. Parchment / Wax paper
  126. Pots and pans
  127. Stainless steel pots, stainless steel pans
  128. Nonstick pans
  129. A wok
  130. A sauce pan

50 Important English Expressions for daily conversation


50 Important English Expressions for daily conversation
50 Important English Expressions for daily conversation

In this real English video lesson you will learn how to use 50 common English phrases for daily conversation with Vanessa. Understand real English conversations and you will sound more like a native!



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50 Important English Expressions for daily conversation:
  1. you rock : you are great
  2. calm before the storm : a quiet period before chaos
  3. under the weather : feeling sick
  4. when it rains, it pours : bad things happen at the same time
  5. rain or shine : to do something in any weather
  6. every cloud has a silver lining : something good in every bad situation
  7. go with the flow : go along with whatever happens
  8. down to earth : practical, human, relatable
  9. tip of the iceberg : small part of something bigger usually negative
  10. nip something in the bud : stop bad situation from becoming worse by talking quick action
  11. beat around the bush : speak indirectly without getting to the main point
  12. the best of both worlds : an ideal situation
  13. get wind of something : hear new about something secret
  14. plain as day : obvious to see
  15. up in the air : no definite plans
  16. call it a day : stop what you're doing
  17. go cold turkey : suddenly quit a bad habit
  18. go on a wild goose chase : to do something pointless
  19. crying wolf : to lie many times so no one believes you
  20. bring home the bacon : to make money to support our family
  21. two peas in a pad : two people who are perfect pair
  22. butter me up : to flatter someone in order to get something
  23. spill the beans : to tall a secret
  24. take it with a grain of salt : don't believe something seriously
  25. spice things up : to make something more interesting
  26. lose your touch : stop having ability or a talent for something
  27. rule of thumb : a general rule or guideline
  28. by the skin of my teeth : to just barely make it
  29. get something off your chest : to talk about something that is bothering you
  30. put your foot in your mouth : say something you shouldn't have said
  31. bite the bullet : stop waiting and something difficult
  32. get out of hand : get out of hand
  33. wrap your head around something : understand something complicated
  34. to play something by ear : to not make definite plans
  35. a blessing in disguise : something good seemed bad at fist
  36. break the bank : to be really expensive
  37. give you a run for your money : to be a challenge
  38. up the ante : to do or request more than before
  39. cut someone some slack : to not judge too harshly
  40. draw a/the line : to know the difference between acceptable and not
  41. play devil's advocate : to argue the opposite opinion for the purpose of debate
  42. rings a bell : sound familiar but you don't know why
  43. go the extra mile : to make more effort
  44. make a long story short (or) cut the chase : tell a long story briefly
  45. jump on a bandwagon : to fallow a trend to be like everyone else
  46. on the ball : very prepared for something
  47. 24/7 : all time constantly
  48. easier said than done : not as easy as it seems
  49. better late than never : arriving late is better than not coming at all
  50. so far so good : things are going well so far

Actual Speaking with Jennifer - Lesson 25 : Eye and Dental Check-Ups


25 : Eye and Dental Check-Ups
Actual English with Jennifer - Lesson 25 : Eye and Dental Check-Ups
Hello, this is Actual English, the real English lesson by Jennifer Clyde. The lesson consists of 5 sections, Actual Talk, Actual Talk Review, Actual Talk Expressions, Actual Story and Wrap Up.

This is the 25th lesson of Actual English Speaking. In this lesson, she will help you learn how to talk about Eye and Dental Check-Ups.


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Jennifer Clyde teaches OPiC and natural English based on various encounters by culturally diverse English speakers in a cafe setting.

Learn English with The Good Doctor


Learn English with The Good Doctor
Learn English with The Good Doctor

In this highly requested lesson, you will be learning English with The Good Doctor, a medical drama following Shaun, a junior surgeon, who is on the autism spectrum and has savant syndrome. You'll learn lots of expressions, pronunciation and medical vocabulary!



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Real English Speeches | Steve Jobs' Secret To Success


Learn English with Speeches | Steve Jobs' Secret To Success
Real English Speeches | Steve Jobs' Secret To Success

Get ready to learn Learn English with speeches in this highly requested and inspirational lesson with Steve Jobs! You'll learn some of the secrets to his success as well as how to respond to critics!



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15 OVERUSED ENGLISH WORDS you should try to AVOID


15 OVERUSED ENGLISH WORDS you should try to AVOID
15 OVERUSED ENGLISH WORDS you should try to AVOID
Sound like a native speaker - replace these overused words in your English!

In this video, you're going to learn real English with linguamarina with the words that are some overused and you should avoid. And with theses alternatives, it will help you sound more like a native speaker.



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15 OVERUSED ENGLISH WORDS you should try to AVOID:

1 Angry
2 Other
3 Answer
4 Literally
5 More
6 Nice
7 Describe
8 Use
9 Hard
10 Many
11 Able
12 Bad
13 Happy
14 Unique
15 Best

English for at the RESTAURANT


English for at the RESTAURANT
English for at the RESTAURANT

When you live in an English speaking country or travel, it is likely you will eat at a restaurant. So in this lesson you can have fun learning fluent English vocabulary for at the restaurant with TV series. After you finish, you will confidently be able to eat in a restaurant, just like a native!



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Situational Conversation Dialogues in English


Situational Conversation Dialogues in English
Situational Conversation Dialogues in English

In this lesson, you will learn situational conversation dialogues in English. In the first half of the course, you can listen to a lot of everyday conversations spoken by native speakers. And in the second half, you can practice to improve your speaking skills.



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Stop saying "YOU'RE WELCOME


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Stop saying "YOU'RE WELCOME
Stop saying "YOU'RE WELCOME" and use these alternatives to sound like a native.

In this video, you're going to learn real English with linguamarina. And with this video, you will learn different alternatives to the phrase "You're welcome". These will help you sound more like a native speaker. If you are ready let jump in and again you can check the phrases list below the video.



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Professional phrases
  • I am happy to be of assistance
  • That’s what good colleagues do
  • I am here to help
  • My pleasure
  • Honored to have helped
  • Let me know if I can help you in the future
Informal phrases
  • Anytime!
  • No need at all
  • It was nothing
  • Don’t worry about it!
  • Don’t mention it
  • I know you’d do the same for me
  • Happy to help
Phrases for texting
  • NP
  • Anytime
  • Sure
  • Sure thing
  • No worries
After sending a gift
  • I hope you enjoy it
  • I’m glad that you liked it
  • You deserve it
  • It made me think of you
Funny phrases
  • You'll get my bill in the morning
  • Oh, stop it, you!

20 Useful English Idioms That Native Speakers Use


20 Useful English Idioms That Native Speakers Use
20 Useful English Idioms That Native Speakers Use

Today you will learn 20 useful English Idioms that will help you sound more like native speakers with linguamarina. The list is below the video if you would like to check the word before watching.  Find out the meaning and how to use them in the video. 


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20 Useful English Idioms That Native Speakers Use:

  • White elephant
  • White lie
  • White-collar
  • White-collar resort
  • Blue-collar
  • Out of the blue
  • Once in a blue moon
  • I have the blues
  • Blue blood
  • To paint the town red
  • Red tape
  • Roll out the red carpet
  • Red herring
  • Catch somebody red-handed
  • Silver spoon in one’s mouth
  • Golden opportunity
  • Golden parachute
  • Green with envy
  • Green light
  • Grey area
  • Black sheep


5 Real British Accents You Need to Understand


5 Real British Accents You Need to Understand
5 Real British Accents You Need to Understand
In this lesson, you will learn real English with Learn English With TV Series about the real British accent.

Do you want to understand and even speak like someone from the United Kingdom? Well it is crucial then that you know about the different British Accents. So in this lesson, you will laugh and have fun while you learn the correct way to have a British accent with TV series and famous people!



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Learn English with Short Film : Miss Perfect


Miss Perfect - Short Film
Miss Perfect - Short Film

"Don't close your heart because of your eye"  and "Beauty doesn't last forever" are touching phrases in this short film, Miss Perfect.

Miss perfect is a short film by JinnyboyTV, the movie is about
A boy, in a quest to search for his ideal girl falls in love with the complete opposite. 

It is one of goods movie to learn real English. Let jump in and see who owns that 2 touching phrases.




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