Category Archives: Videos

3 Minute English #4 by Vocabulary in Chunks

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A Song with Future Tenses and Conditionals: First & Zero

The song Parachute by Cheryl Cole is perfect for studying Future Tenses as well as First  Conditional and Zero Conditional. She is not literally singing about a parachute. The parachute symbolizes ‘help’ or ‘rescue’.  We have various ways to talk about … Continue reading

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Eating Breakfast With Giraffes In Africa

A great way to improve your vocabulary and listening skills is with short videos. Watch the following fascinating video about giraffes and follow the link below it to learn the ‘vocabulary in chunks’. You will be impressed by how much you … Continue reading

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Snack — Vocabulary in Chunks

Originally posted on Vocabulary in Chunks:
[DW English] Vocabulary to learn after watching the video : Edible delicacies The sea decides what’s on the menu Right on the beach among the palm trees They are making a curry with fresh…

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Baby brings memory and speech back to aged care resident with dementia

A woman with dementia who has forgotten how to speak suddenly rediscovers her voice when paid a visit by a six-month-old baby. There is so much that we still don’t understand about how we learn, remember, and process language. Click on … Continue reading

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Improve your English and Organize your Life

Watch the following short video, Becoming An Organized Person by Peter Walsh. Your English listening will improve; Peter Walsh speaks clearly and directly. It will take less than two minutes of your time. More than this, I hope that watching this … Continue reading

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Are you having a bad day?

 Click here to watch an outstanding video and to read thought-provoking comments by Matthew Inman at The Oatmeal. ∗∗∗∗

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German girl does amazing accents!

A lot of English learners believe (have been told again and again) that if they don’t start learning a second language as a child, they will never get the accent right. A lot of ESL teachers and academics believe this. Sound … Continue reading

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Learn English in the Shower!

You can dramatically improve your English listening starting now if you are serious! You can learn English in the shower. Think of how much time you spend in the shower. That can be FREE English time, fun and so easy. The … Continue reading

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Real Life English – See How To Better Communicate With The World

I’ve discovered a great English language website called Real Life English. On July 8, 2016, it featured a video/podcast about Global Citizenship. Chad from Real Life English introduced the podcast  and the following video: “Imagine if the whole world could communicate through … Continue reading

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