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Idiom: The meaning of "catch-22"
 
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***** Smartphone users! If you can't read the board because it's too small, click here to read it typed out: http://www.sloweasyenglish.com/?p=953 ***** What does the idiom "catch-22" mean? How do you use it? When should you say it? Watch the video for a full explanation and an example of real English conversation! Visit the website for 100's more videos! http://www.sloweasyenglish.com More Links: http://www.facebook.com/sloweasyenglish http://www.twitter.com/sloweasyenglish http://www.onlinephotodictionary.com ENGLISH LESSONS AND LISTENING IN SLOW EASY ENGLISH! This lesson is all in slow and easy English to make it easy for you to follow and understand. Listening to a lot of English is necessary to improve your speaking but regular TV and movies are too fast and difficult for many students. Subscribe to my channel for more video lessons and how to improve your English listening and pronunciation skills. Learn to speak more like a native English speaker. You can also check out my website (www.sloweasyenglish.com) for more videos! Don't forget to like the video and share it with your friends! The links to my website, my Facebook page and my Twitter feed are on the right side of my main channel page. Enjoy!
Views: 14579 Slow Easy English
The 40 Most Common Texting Abbreviations and Acronyms
 
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These are the 40 most common abbreviations and acronyms used in texting and on the Internet today. If you are learning English, they are essential to know if you want to understand what people are writing in texts and on message boards! "Impact Prelude" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/
Views: 77653 Slow Easy English
The best way to learn English - Part 7 : Stop studying!
 
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This is the 7th video in the series "The best way to learn English". The best advice for many students studying English is, "stop studying and get more real, meaningful input!" Watch the video for an explanation of what this means. For the other videos in the series, click on the following links: Part 1 - What you need to speak English: http://youtu.be/5Pk9qvrc2gs Part 2: The importance of pronunciation: http://youtu.be/Cu_68SNqy64 Part 3: Learning grammar without rules: http://youtu.be/z3E9gHBP7_o Part 4: How NOT to learn vocabulary: http://youtu.be/NKINhRmsqvg Part 5: The right way to learn vocabulary: http://youtu.be/9g1DNIohFD0 Part 6: How many words do you need to know?: http://youtu.be/n7edCdWxyaQ Part 7: Stop studying!: http://youtu.be/380ogCUeIr8 Part 8: Where to get good input: http://youtu.be/GT531DRo52I Part 9: Living in English: http://youtu.be/QAihWpxrtqc Part 10: Take action!: http://youtu.be/7bW6Im-Dcyw Links: http://www.sloweasyenglish.com http://www.facebook.com/sloweasyenglish http://www.twitter.com/sloweasyenglish http://www.onlinephotodictionary.com ENGLISH LESSONS AND LISTENING IN SLOW EASY ENGLISH! This lesson is all in slow and easy English to make it easy for you to follow and understand. Listening to a lot of English is necessary to improve your speaking but regular TV and movies are too fast and difficult for many students. Subscribe to my channel for more video lessons and how to improve your English listening and pronunciation skills. Learn to speak more like a native English speaker. You can also check out my website (www.sloweasyenglish.com) for more videos! Don't forget to like the video and share it with your friends! The links to my website, my Facebook page and my Twitter feed are on the right side of my main channel page. Enjoy!
Views: 80589 Slow Easy English
Vietnam: Street food - trying sugar cane juice for the first time
 
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After our walk through Fairy Stream, we saw that there was a woman selling some kind of juice. I suspected that it was sugar cane, but I didn't know that they made juice out of it. Interesting! Let's try it! Turns out, it was pretty good. Didn't taste like anything I've had before though. Just sweet, really. Kinda hard to describe. But pretty good. Try it! Visit the website for 100's more videos! http://www.sloweasyenglish.com More Links: http://www.facebook.com/sloweasyenglish http://www.twitter.com/sloweasyenglish http://www.onlinephotodictionary.com ENGLISH LESSONS AND LISTENING IN SLOW EASY ENGLISH! This lesson is all in slow and easy English to make it easy for you to follow and understand. Listening to a lot of English is necessary to improve your speaking but regular TV and movies are too fast and difficult for many students. Subscribe to my channel for more video lessons and how to improve your English listening and pronunciation skills. Learn to speak more like a native English speaker. You can also check out my website (www.sloweasyenglish.com) for more videos! Don't forget to like the video and share it with your friends! The links to my website, my Facebook page and my Twitter feed are on the right side of my main channel page. Enjoy!
Views: 14076 Slow Easy English
China: The Shanghai Maglev -  the world's fastest train!
 
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Last week, I took a ride on the Shanghai Maglev train, which is the fastest train in the world with a top speed of 431 kilometers per hour! That is unbelievably fast! This is the video I took while going from the Pudong International Airport to Longyang Road Station. By the way, "maglev" is short for "magnetic levitation". The train has no wheels and floats on a cushion of air above magnets. Enjoy! Visit the website for 100's more videos! http://www.sloweasyenglish.com More Links: http://www.facebook.com/sloweasyenglish http://www.twitter.com/sloweasyenglish http://www.onlinephotodictionary.com ENGLISH LESSONS AND LISTENING IN SLOW EASY ENGLISH! This lesson is all in slow and easy English to make it easy for you to follow and understand. Listening to a lot of English is necessary to improve your speaking but regular TV and movies are too fast and difficult for many students. Subscribe to my channel for more video lessons and how to improve your English listening and pronunciation skills. Learn to speak more like a native English speaker. You can also check out my website (www.sloweasyenglish.com) for more videos! Don't forget to like the video and share it with your friends! The links to my website, my Facebook page and my Twitter feed are on the right side of my main channel page. Enjoy!
Views: 7865 Slow Easy English
Philippines: How to find the cheapest taxis at the airport in Manila
 
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If you don't know what you're doing, it's easy to get ripped off by taking the wrong taxi at NAIA in Manila, Philippines. When you arrive at Terminal 3 and come out the doors, you'll be asked where you are going. Do NOT talk to these people. They are working for the "coupon taxi" companies. These taxis are white and overcharge by three to five times what a regular airport taxi costs! By walking just a few steps, you can get a yellow metered taxi and pay up to 80% less (paying $4 USD instead of $20)! Watch the video to learn how easy it is to find the cheaper taxis and avoid the overcharging scam. Visit the website for 100's more videos! http://www.sloweasyenglish.com More Links: http://www.facebook.com/sloweasyenglish http://www.twitter.com/sloweasyenglish http://www.onlinephotodictionary.com ENGLISH LESSONS AND LISTENING IN SLOW EASY ENGLISH! This lesson is all in slow and easy English to make it easy for you to follow and understand. Listening to a lot of English is necessary to improve your speaking but regular TV and movies are too fast and difficult for many students. Subscribe to my channel for more video lessons and how to improve your English listening and pronunciation skills. Learn to speak more like a native English speaker. You can also check out my website (www.sloweasyenglish.com) for more videos! Don't forget to like the video and share it with your friends! The links to my website, my Facebook page and my Twitter feed are on the right side of my main channel page. Enjoy!
Views: 15768 Slow Easy English
The unreleased "t" - native English pronunciation lesson
 
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The unreleased "t"! Understanding native English pronunciation can sometimes be difficult if you don't know what to listen for. In this video, I explain how native speakers sometimes pronounce words with an "unreleased t". Visit my website for more great videos to help you improve your English quickly! http://www.sloweasyenglish.com More Links: http://www.facebook.com/sloweasyenglish http://www.twitter.com/sloweasyenglish http://www.onlinephotodictionary.com ENGLISH LESSONS AND LISTENING IN SLOW EASY ENGLISH! This lesson is all in slow and easy English to make it easy for you to follow and understand. Listening to a lot of English is necessary to improve your speaking but regular TV and movies are too fast and difficult for many students. Subscribe to my channel for more video lessons and how to improve your English listening and pronunciation skills. Learn to speak more like a native English speaker. You can also check out my website (www.sloweasyenglish.com) for more videos! Don't forget to like the video and share it with your friends! The links to my website, my Facebook page and my Twitter feed are on the right side of my main channel page. Enjoy!
Views: 15161 Slow Easy English
What does "throw someone under the bus" mean?
 
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An explanation of the expression "throw someone under the bus". More Links: http://www.sloweasyenglish.com http://www.facebook.com/sloweasyenglish http://www.twitter.com/sloweasyenglish http://www.onlinephotodictionary.com ENGLISH LESSONS AND LISTENING IN SLOW EASY ENGLISH! This lesson is all in slow and easy English to make it easy for you to follow and understand. Listening to a lot of English is necessary to improve your speaking but regular TV and movies are too fast and difficult for many students. Subscribe to my channel for more video lessons and how to improve your English listening and pronunciation skills. Learn to speak more like a native English speaker. You can also check out my website (www.sloweasyenglish.com) for more videos! Don't forget to like the video and share it with your friends! The links to my website, my Facebook page and my Twitter feed are on the right side of my main channel page. Enjoy!
Views: 19235 Slow Easy English
The best way to learn English - Part 10 : Take action!
 
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This is the 10th video in the series "The best way to learn English". If you want to learn to speak English, you need to take action! Here I discuss what conversation really is and how to take an active role in your conversations. For the other videos in the series, click on the following links: Part 1 - What you need to speak English: http://youtu.be/5Pk9qvrc2gs Part 2: The importance of pronunciation: http://youtu.be/Cu_68SNqy64 Part 3: Learning grammar without rules: http://youtu.be/z3E9gHBP7_o Part 4: How NOT to learn vocabulary: http://youtu.be/NKINhRmsqvg Part 5: The right way to learn vocabulary: http://youtu.be/9g1DNIohFD0 Part 6: How many words do you need to know?: http://youtu.be/n7edCdWxyaQ Part 7: Stop studying!: http://youtu.be/380ogCUeIr8 Part 8: Where to get good input: http://youtu.be/GT531DRo52I Part 9: Living in English: http://youtu.be/QAihWpxrtqc Part 10: Take action!: http://youtu.be/7bW6Im-Dcyw Links: http://www.sloweasyenglish.com http://www.facebook.com/sloweasyenglish http://www.twitter.com/sloweasyenglish http://www.onlinephotodictionary.com ENGLISH LESSONS AND LISTENING IN SLOW EASY ENGLISH! This lesson is all in slow and easy English to make it easy for you to follow and understand. Listening to a lot of English is necessary to improve your speaking but regular TV and movies are too fast and difficult for many students. Subscribe to my channel for more video lessons and how to improve your English listening and pronunciation skills. Learn to speak more like a native English speaker. You can also check out my website (www.sloweasyenglish.com) for more videos! Don't forget to like the video and share it with your friends! The links to my website, my Facebook page and my Twitter feed are on the right side of my main channel page. Enjoy!
Views: 37338 Slow Easy English
Idiom: The meaning of "on a roll"
 
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***** Smartphone users! If you can't read the board because it's too small, click here to read it typed out: http://www.sloweasyenglish.com/?p=945 ***** What does the expression "on a roll" mean? How do you use it? When should you say it? Watch the video for a full explanation and an example of real English conversation! Visit the website for 100's more videos! http://www.sloweasyenglish.com More Links: http://www.facebook.com/sloweasyenglish http://www.twitter.com/sloweasyenglish http://www.onlinephotodictionary.com ENGLISH LESSONS AND LISTENING IN SLOW EASY ENGLISH! This lesson is all in slow and easy English to make it easy for you to follow and understand. Listening to a lot of English is necessary to improve your speaking but regular TV and movies are too fast and difficult for many students. Subscribe to my channel for more video lessons and how to improve your English listening and pronunciation skills. Learn to speak more like a native English speaker. You can also check out my website (www.sloweasyenglish.com) for more videos! Don't forget to like the video and share it with your friends! The links to my website, my Facebook page and my Twitter feed are on the right side of my main channel page. Enjoy!
Views: 3987 Slow Easy English
Proverb: The meaning of "absence makes the heart grow fonder"
 
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***** Smartphone users! If you can't read the board because it's too small, click here to read it typed out: http://www.sloweasyenglish.com/?p=957 ***** What does the proverb "absence makes the heart grow fonder" mean? How do you use it? When should you say it? Watch the video for a full explanation and an example of real English conversation! Visit the website for 100's more videos! http://www.sloweasyenglish.com More Links: http://www.facebook.com/sloweasyenglish http://www.twitter.com/sloweasyenglish http://www.onlinephotodictionary.com ENGLISH LESSONS AND LISTENING IN SLOW EASY ENGLISH! This lesson is all in slow and easy English to make it easy for you to follow and understand. Listening to a lot of English is necessary to improve your speaking but regular TV and movies are too fast and difficult for many students. Subscribe to my channel for more video lessons and how to improve your English listening and pronunciation skills. Learn to speak more like a native English speaker. You can also check out my website (www.sloweasyenglish.com) for more videos! Don't forget to like the video and share it with your friends! The links to my website, my Facebook page and my Twitter feed are on the right side of my main channel page. Enjoy!
Views: 5889 Slow Easy English
The best way to learn English - Part 1 : What you need to speak English
 
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(You can read the FULL TRANSCRIPT for this video by clicking here: http://www.sloweasyenglish.com/the-best-way-to-learn-english/) This is the 1st episode in the video series "The best way to learn English". I speak SLOWLY and I use EASY words and grammar so that English learners can learn English IN English! In this series of English lessons, I talk about the best way to learn English and explain the benefits of doing so. I also talk about some of the most common problems that students have when learning English and how you can overcome those problems. For the other videos in the series, click on the following links: Part 1 - What you need to speak English: http://youtu.be/5Pk9qvrc2gs Part 2: The importance of pronunciation: http://youtu.be/Cu_68SNqy64 Part 3: Learning grammar without rules: http://youtu.be/z3E9gHBP7_o Part 4: How NOT to learn vocabulary: http://youtu.be/NKINhRmsqvg Part 5: The right way to learn vocabulary: http://youtu.be/9g1DNIohFD0 Part 6: How many words do you need to know?: http://youtu.be/n7edCdWxyaQ Part 7: Stop studying!: http://youtu.be/380ogCUeIr8 Part 8: Where to get good input: http://youtu.be/GT531DRo52I Part 9: Living in English: http://youtu.be/QAihWpxrtqc Part 10: Take action!: http://youtu.be/7bW6Im-Dcyw Links: http://www.sloweasyenglish.com http://www.facebook.com/sloweasyenglish http://www.twitter.com/sloweasyenglish http://www.onlinephotodictionary.com ENGLISH LESSONS AND LISTENING IN SLOW EASY ENGLISH! This lesson is all in slow and easy English to make it easy for you to follow and understand. Listening to a lot of English is necessary to improve your speaking but regular TV and movies are too fast and difficult for many students. Subscribe to my channel for more video lessons and how to improve your English listening and pronunciation skills. Learn to speak more like a native English speaker. You can also check out my website (www.sloweasyenglish.com) for more videos! Don't forget to like the video and share it with your friends! The links to my website, my Facebook page and my Twitter feed are on the right side of my main channel page. Enjoy!
Views: 230817 Slow Easy English
Idiom: The meaning of "get cold feet"
 
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What does the idiom "get cold feet" mean? To learn how and when to use this phrase, watch the video for a full explanation and an example of real English conversation! Visit the website for 100's more videos! http://www.sloweasyenglish.com More Links: http://www.facebook.com/sloweasyenglish http://www.twitter.com/sloweasyenglish http://www.onlinephotodictionary.com ENGLISH LESSONS AND LISTENING IN SLOW EASY ENGLISH! This lesson is all in slow and easy English to make it easy for you to follow and understand. Listening to a lot of English is necessary to improve your speaking but regular TV and movies are too fast and difficult for many students. Subscribe to my channel for more video lessons and how to improve your English listening and pronunciation skills. Learn to speak more like a native English speaker. You can also check out my website (www.sloweasyenglish.com) for more videos! Don't forget to like the video and share it with your friends! The links to my website, my Facebook page and my Twitter feed are on the right side of my main channel page. Enjoy!
Views: 6271 Slow Easy English
Hotel English, Part 1: How to make hotel reservations (English conversation lesson)
 
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This is Part 1 of my "hotel series" - how to reserve a hotel room. In this video, I teach how to reserve a hotel room and how to understand (and use) the most common phrases you will need. Included is a short example clip of how a real, natural conversation would sound when you are making reservations. http://www.facebook.com/sloweasyenglish http://www.twitter.com/sloweasyenglish ENGLISH LESSONS AND LISTENING IN SLOW EASY ENGLISH! The lesson is all in slow and easy English to make it easy for you to follow and understand. Subscribe to my channel for more video lessons and how to improve your English listening and pronunciation skills. Learn to speak more like a native English speaker. You can also check out my website (www.sloweasyenglish.com) for more videos! Don't forget to like the video and share it with your friends! The links to my website, my Facebook page and my Twitter feed are on the right side of my main channel page. Enjoy!
Views: 427160 Slow Easy English
"Ending with a preposition" ESL English lesson: Talk like a native
 
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There is a famous grammar rule that you should never end a sentence or question with a preposition. A preposition is a word like, "of", "at", "for", "on", etc. There are actually some exceptions to this rule. Even the "proper" grammar allows for some sentences to finish in a preposition. This video looks at the standard form and teaches you how native English speakers say it in real life. Links: http://www.sloweasyenglish.com http://www.facebook.com/sloweasyenglish http://www.twitter.com/sloweasyenglish http://www.onlinephotodictionary.com ENGLISH LESSONS AND LISTENING IN SLOW EASY ENGLISH! This lesson is all in slow and easy English to make it easy for you to follow and understand. Listening to a lot of English is necessary to improve your speaking but regular TV and movies are too fast and difficult for many students. Subscribe to my channel for more video lessons and how to improve your English listening and pronunciation skills. Learn to speak more like a native English speaker. You can also check out my website (www.sloweasyenglish.com) for more videos! Don't forget to like the video and share it with your friends! The links to my website, my Facebook page and my Twitter feed are on the right side of my main channel page. Enjoy!
Views: 20200 Slow Easy English
The difference between metaphors and similes
 
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What's the difference between a metaphor and a simile? Many students have asked me this question so I decided to make a video to explain the difference. More Links: http://www.sloweasyenglish.com http://www.facebook.com/sloweasyenglish http://www.twitter.com/sloweasyenglish http://www.onlinephotodictionary.com ENGLISH LESSONS AND LISTENING IN SLOW EASY ENGLISH! This lesson is all in slow and easy English to make it easy for you to follow and understand. Listening to a lot of English is necessary to improve your speaking but regular TV and movies are too fast and difficult for many students. Subscribe to my channel for more video lessons and how to improve your English listening and pronunciation skills. Learn to speak more like a native English speaker. You can also check out my website (www.sloweasyenglish.com) for more videos! Don't forget to like the video and share it with your friends! The links to my website, my Facebook page and my Twitter feed are on the right side of my main channel page. Enjoy!
Views: 59113 Slow Easy English
Expression: The meaning of "if it ain't broke, don't fix it"
 
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***** Smartphone users! If you can't read the board because it's too small, click here to read it typed out: http://www.sloweasyenglish.com/?p=959 ***** What does the expression "if it ain't broke, don't fix it" mean? How do you use it? When should you say it? Watch the video for a full explanation and an example of real English conversation! Visit the website for 100's more videos! http://www.sloweasyenglish.com More Links: http://www.facebook.com/sloweasyenglish http://www.twitter.com/sloweasyenglish http://www.onlinephotodictionary.com ENGLISH LESSONS AND LISTENING IN SLOW EASY ENGLISH! This lesson is all in slow and easy English to make it easy for you to follow and understand. Listening to a lot of English is necessary to improve your speaking but regular TV and movies are too fast and difficult for many students. Subscribe to my channel for more video lessons and how to improve your English listening and pronunciation skills. Learn to speak more like a native English speaker. You can also check out my website (www.sloweasyenglish.com) for more videos! Don't forget to like the video and share it with your friends! The links to my website, my Facebook page and my Twitter feed are on the right side of my main channel page. Enjoy!
Views: 5210 Slow Easy English
How did you find out about Slow Easy English?
 
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How did you find out about my YouTube channel and/or website? Visit the website for 100's more videos! http://www.sloweasyenglish.com More Links: http://www.facebook.com/sloweasyenglish http://www.twitter.com/sloweasyenglish http://www.onlinephotodictionary.com ENGLISH LESSONS AND LISTENING IN SLOW EASY ENGLISH! This lesson is all in slow and easy English to make it easy for you to follow and understand. Listening to a lot of English is necessary to improve your speaking but regular TV and movies are too fast and difficult for many students. Subscribe to my channel for more video lessons and how to improve your English listening and pronunciation skills. Learn to speak more like a native English speaker. You can also check out my website (www.sloweasyenglish.com) for more videos! Don't forget to like the video and share it with your friends! The links to my website, my Facebook page and my Twitter feed are on the right side of my main channel page. Enjoy!
Views: 2739 Slow Easy English
What does "pop the question" mean?
 
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An explanation of the idiom "pop the question". Visit the website for 100's more videos! http://www.sloweasyenglish.com More Links: http://www.facebook.com/sloweasyenglish http://www.twitter.com/sloweasyenglish http://www.onlinephotodictionary.com ENGLISH LESSONS AND LISTENING IN SLOW EASY ENGLISH! This lesson is all in slow and easy English to make it easy for you to follow and understand. Listening to a lot of English is necessary to improve your speaking but regular TV and movies are too fast and difficult for many students. Subscribe to my channel for more video lessons and how to improve your English listening and pronunciation skills. Learn to speak more like a native English speaker. You can also check out my website (www.sloweasyenglish.com) for more videos! Don't forget to like the video and share it with your friends! The links to my website, my Facebook page and my Twitter feed are on the right side of my main channel page. Enjoy!
Views: 3867 Slow Easy English
Cooking Utensils Part 1: What Is It? ESL Vocabulary Lesson
 
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This video is Part 1 of 4. Learn the English names of all the common cooking utensils you use in your kitchen. For the spelling of all the utensils mentioned in this video, please visit my website http://www.sloweasyenglish.com. Links: http://www.sloweasyenglish.com http://www.facebook.com/sloweasyenglish http://www.twitter.com/sloweasyenglish http://www.onlinephotodictionary.com ENGLISH LESSONS AND LISTENING IN SLOW EASY ENGLISH! This lesson is all in slow and easy English to make it easy for you to follow and understand. Listening to a lot of English is necessary to improve your speaking but regular TV and movies are too fast and difficult for many students. Subscribe to my channel for more video lessons and how to improve your English listening and pronunciation skills. Learn to speak more like a native English speaker. You can also check out my website (www.sloweasyenglish.com) for more videos! Don't forget to like the video and share it with your friends! The links to my website, my Facebook page and my Twitter feed are on the right side of my main channel page. Enjoy!
Views: 15525 Slow Easy English
What does "between a rock and a hard place" mean?
 
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An explanation of the idiom "between a rock and a hard place". Visit the website for 100's more videos! http://www.sloweasyenglish.com More Links: http://www.facebook.com/sloweasyenglish http://www.twitter.com/sloweasyenglish http://www.onlinephotodictionary.com ENGLISH LESSONS AND LISTENING IN SLOW EASY ENGLISH! This lesson is all in slow and easy English to make it easy for you to follow and understand. Listening to a lot of English is necessary to improve your speaking but regular TV and movies are too fast and difficult for many students. Subscribe to my channel for more video lessons and how to improve your English listening and pronunciation skills. Learn to speak more like a native English speaker. You can also check out my website (www.sloweasyenglish.com) for more videos! Don't forget to like the video and share it with your friends! The links to my website, my Facebook page and my Twitter feed are on the right side of my main channel page. Enjoy!
Views: 4540 Slow Easy English
Idiom: What does the "benefit of the doubt" mean?
 
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What does it mean to give someone "the benefit of the doubt"? The words don't make the meaning very clear. Watch the video to learn what it means and how to use it! Click here to watch this video on the Slow Easy English website: http://www.sloweasyenglish.com/?p=3404 Visit the website for 100's more videos! http://www.sloweasyenglish.com More Links: http://www.facebook.com/sloweasyenglish http://www.twitter.com/sloweasyenglish http://www.onlinephotodictionary.com ENGLISH LESSONS AND LISTENING IN SLOW EASY ENGLISH! This lesson is all in slow and easy English to make it easy for you to follow and understand. Listening to a lot of English is necessary to improve your speaking but regular TV and movies are too fast and difficult for many students. Subscribe to my channel for more video lessons and how to improve your English listening and pronunciation skills. Learn to speak more like a native English speaker. You can also check out my website (www.sloweasyenglish.com) for more videos! Don't forget to like the video and share it with your friends! The links to my website, my Facebook page and my Twitter feed are on the right side of my main channel page. Enjoy!
Views: 7092 Slow Easy English
Basic math ESL vocabulary lesson
 
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This ESL lesson teaches you how to say simple math operators and equations like native speakers do. Links: http://www.sloweasyenglish.com http://www.facebook.com/sloweasyenglish http://www.twitter.com/sloweasyenglish http://www.onlinephotodictionary.com ENGLISH LESSONS AND LISTENING IN SLOW EASY ENGLISH! This lesson is all in slow and easy English to make it easy for you to follow and understand. Listening to a lot of English is necessary to improve your speaking but regular TV and movies are too fast and difficult for many students. Subscribe to my channel for more video lessons and how to improve your English listening and pronunciation skills. Learn to speak more like a native English speaker. You can also check out my website (www.sloweasyenglish.com) for more videos! Don't forget to like the video and share it with your friends! The links to my website, my Facebook page and my Twitter feed are on the right side of my main channel page. Enjoy!
Views: 38516 Slow Easy English
Expression: The meaning of "two heads are better than one"
 
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***** Smartphone users! If you can't read the board because it's too small, click here to read it typed out: http://www.sloweasyenglish.com/?p=937 ***** What does the expression "two heads are better than one" mean? No, it is not talking about Siamese twins. And how do you use it? When should you say it? Watch the video for a full explanation and an example of real English conversation! Visit the website for 100's more videos! http://www.sloweasyenglish.com More Links: http://www.facebook.com/sloweasyenglish http://www.twitter.com/sloweasyenglish http://www.onlinephotodictionary.com ENGLISH LESSONS AND LISTENING IN SLOW EASY ENGLISH! This lesson is all in slow and easy English to make it easy for you to follow and understand. Listening to a lot of English is necessary to improve your speaking but regular TV and movies are too fast and difficult for many students. Subscribe to my channel for more video lessons and how to improve your English listening and pronunciation skills. Learn to speak more like a native English speaker. You can also check out my website (www.sloweasyenglish.com) for more videos! Don't forget to like the video and share it with your friends! The links to my website, my Facebook page and my Twitter feed are on the right side of my main channel page. Enjoy!
Views: 3386 Slow Easy English
Idiom: "get the lead out"
 
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***** Smartphone users! If you can't read the text in the video because it's too small, go to my website to read it typed out: http://www.sloweasyenglish.com/?p=976 ***** What does the idiom "get the lead out" mean? How do you use it? When should you say it? Watch the video to learn how to use it like a native English speaker! Visit the website for 100's more videos! http://www.sloweasyenglish.com More Links: http://www.facebook.com/sloweasyenglish http://www.twitter.com/sloweasyenglish http://www.onlinephotodictionary.com ENGLISH LESSONS AND LISTENING IN SLOW EASY ENGLISH! This lesson is all in slow and easy English to make it easy for you to follow and understand. Listening to a lot of English is necessary to improve your speaking but regular TV and movies are too fast and difficult for many students. Subscribe to my channel for more video lessons and how to improve your English listening and pronunciation skills. Learn to speak more like a native English speaker. You can also check out my website (www.sloweasyenglish.com) for more videos! Don't forget to like the video and share it with your friends! The links to my website, my Facebook page and my Twitter feed are on the right side of my main channel page. Enjoy!
Views: 2697 Slow Easy English
I decided to get in shape (and created a new channel)!
 
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Click on the link to go to my new channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCQVLPyuI77OTO8pmMqwhDeg Click here to watch the second video! https://youtu.be/Gj9GylcQu1I Today I decided to get in shape and start a fitness program. For this, I created a new channel to document my progress in real time. I hope that doing this will motivate others to join me to get fit and subscribe to the channel so that we can all motivate and support each other. If you have been thinking about starting an exercise program, subscribe to the SimulFit channel and share your progress and tips too!
Views: 2622 Slow Easy English
What does "jump the gun" mean?
 
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An explanation of the expression "jump the gun". More Links: http://www.sloweasyenglish.com http://www.facebook.com/sloweasyenglish http://www.twitter.com/sloweasyenglish http://www.onlinephotodictionary.com ENGLISH LESSONS AND LISTENING IN SLOW EASY ENGLISH! This lesson is all in slow and easy English to make it easy for you to follow and understand. Listening to a lot of English is necessary to improve your speaking but regular TV and movies are too fast and difficult for many students. Subscribe to my channel for more video lessons and how to improve your English listening and pronunciation skills. Learn to speak more like a native English speaker. You can also check out my website (www.sloweasyenglish.com) for more videos! Don't forget to like the video and share it with your friends! The links to my website, my Facebook page and my Twitter feed are on the right side of my main channel page. Enjoy!
Views: 8053 Slow Easy English
Japan: How to ride the train and subway in Japan
 
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When you visit Japan, you will almost certainly have to take the train and/or subway at some point! For the first-time traveler, trains and subways can be tricky to navigate in Japan. In this video, I'll show you exactly what you need to do to pay for, ride and get off at your station without problems. This video does not attempt to get into every possible situation but covers the basics that will be applicable to the vast majority of travelers. Enjoy the video and if you have any questions, leave a comment! Visit the website for 100's more videos! http://www.sloweasyenglish.com More Links: http://www.facebook.com/sloweasyenglish http://www.twitter.com/sloweasyenglish http://www.onlinephotodictionary.com ENGLISH LESSONS AND LISTENING IN SLOW EASY ENGLISH! This lesson is all in slow and easy English to make it easy for you to follow and understand. Listening to a lot of English is necessary to improve your speaking but regular TV and movies are too fast and difficult for many students. Subscribe to my channel for more video lessons and how to improve your English listening and pronunciation skills. Learn to speak more like a native English speaker. You can also check out my website (www.sloweasyenglish.com) for more videos! Don't forget to like the video and share it with your friends! The links to my website, my Facebook page and my Twitter feed are on the right side of my main channel page. Enjoy!
Views: 116858 Slow Easy English
Idiom: What does "down to earth" mean?
 
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What does the expression "down to earth" mean? Can an astronaut be down to earth? Watch the video to learn what this idiom means and how to use it like a native speaker! Don't forget to like the video and share it with your friends! Click here to watch this video on the Slow Easy English website: http://www.sloweasyenglish.com/?p=3487 Visit the website for many more English lessons and helpful tips! http://www.sloweasyenglish.com More Links: http://www.facebook.com/sloweasyenglish http://www.twitter.com/sloweasyenglish http://www.onlinephotodictionary.com
Views: 11988 Slow Easy English
What does "cut to the chase" mean?
 
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An explanation of the idiom "cut to the chase". Visit the website for 100's more videos! http://www.sloweasyenglish.com More Links: http://www.facebook.com/sloweasyenglish http://www.twitter.com/sloweasyenglish http://www.onlinephotodictionary.com ENGLISH LESSONS AND LISTENING IN SLOW EASY ENGLISH! This lesson is all in slow and easy English to make it easy for you to follow and understand. Listening to a lot of English is necessary to improve your speaking but regular TV and movies are too fast and difficult for many students. Subscribe to my channel for more video lessons and how to improve your English listening and pronunciation skills. Learn to speak more like a native English speaker. You can also check out my website (www.sloweasyenglish.com) for more videos! Don't forget to like the video and share it with your friends! The links to my website, my Facebook page and my Twitter feed are on the right side of my main channel page. Enjoy!
Views: 4532 Slow Easy English
What does "cost an arm and a leg" mean?
 
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An explanation of the idiom "cost an arm and a leg". Visit the website for 100's more videos! http://www.sloweasyenglish.com More Links: http://www.facebook.com/sloweasyenglish http://www.twitter.com/sloweasyenglish http://www.onlinephotodictionary.com ENGLISH LESSONS AND LISTENING IN SLOW EASY ENGLISH! This lesson is all in slow and easy English to make it easy for you to follow and understand. Listening to a lot of English is necessary to improve your speaking but regular TV and movies are too fast and difficult for many students. Subscribe to my channel for more video lessons and how to improve your English listening and pronunciation skills. Learn to speak more like a native English speaker. You can also check out my website (www.sloweasyenglish.com) for more videos! Don't forget to like the video and share it with your friends! The links to my website, my Facebook page and my Twitter feed are on the right side of my main channel page. Enjoy!
Views: 4744 Slow Easy English
What's the difference between "very", "so" and "too"? (English vocabulary lesson)
 
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Do you know the difference between "very", "so" and "too"? In English, they are different. We use these words in different situations. Watch this video lesson to learn the difference. This lesson is all in slow and easy English to make it easy for you to follow and understand! For more videos and notifications, check out: http://www.sloweasyenglish.com http://www.facebook.com/sloweasyenglish http://www.twitter.com/sloweasyenglish http://www.onlinephotodictionary.com ENGLISH LESSONS AND LISTENING IN SLOW EASY ENGLISH! For ESL, EFL, TOEFL, TOEIC and IELTS students, or anyone studying English, watch these videos to get a better understanding of English as a second language presented in slow, easy English. Practice your listening skills at the same as you improve your knowledge of English. You can also improve your speaking by LISTENING. I have video English lessons on grammar, vocabulary and pronunciation, but to really understand what you learned, you need to get a lot of input (reading and listening) using the English you already know. You can't only study all the time because you're not hearing (or reading) English in different situation. This is the only way to truly become fluent! Please check out my other videos - not just the lessons. I talk about a variety of interesting topics in slow, easy English so you are sure to find something you like! Increase your vocabulary. Practice your grammar. Improve your listening skills of native pronunciation and improve your own pronunciation. Subscribe to my channel for more video lessons and how to improve your English listening and pronunciation skills. Learn to speak more like a native English speaker. You can also check out my website (http://www.sloweasyenglish.com) for more videos! Don't forget to like the video and share it with your friends! The links to my website, my Facebook page and my Twitter feed are on the right side of my main channel page. Enjoy! 英会話を勉強してる生徒のため。ゆっくりと簡単な英語で最近のニュースを聞きながらリスニングをれんしゅうしましょう! Para los estudiantes de inglés como segundo idioma y cualquier estudio de Inglés. Vea las noticias más recientes en el lento, fácil de Inglés para practicar sus habilidades de escucha! 对于ESL学生和学习英语的人。观看慢,易英语的最新消息,练习您的听力技巧!
Views: 27705 Slow Easy English
Idiom: have someone's back
 
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*** Read the conversation by clicking here: http://www.sloweasyenglish.com/?p=1626 *** If you heard a man tell another man, "I've got your back", you might think that you're overhearing two gay lovers talking dirty to each other. After all, if he's got the back, who's got the front? ;-) But this idiom is not sexual at all. Watch the video to find out what it really means and how to use it! Visit the website for 100's more videos! http://www.sloweasyenglish.com More Links: http://www.facebook.com/sloweasyenglish http://www.twitter.com/sloweasyenglish http://www.onlinephotodictionary.com ENGLISH LESSONS AND LISTENING IN SLOW EASY ENGLISH! This lesson is all in slow and easy English to make it easy for you to follow and understand. Listening to a lot of English is necessary to improve your speaking but regular TV and movies are too fast and difficult for many students. Subscribe to my channel for more video lessons and how to improve your English listening and pronunciation skills. Learn to speak more like a native English speaker. You can also check out my website (www.sloweasyenglish.com) for more videos! Don't forget to like the video and share it with your friends! The links to my website, my Facebook page and my Twitter feed are on the right side of my main channel page. Enjoy!
Views: 2947 Slow Easy English
The difference between idioms and proverbs
 
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What's the difference between an idiom and a proverb? Many students have asked me this question so I decided to make a video to explain the difference. More Links: http://www.sloweasyenglish.com http://www.facebook.com/sloweasyenglish http://www.twitter.com/sloweasyenglish http://www.onlinephotodictionary.com ENGLISH LESSONS AND LISTENING IN SLOW EASY ENGLISH! This lesson is all in slow and easy English to make it easy for you to follow and understand. Listening to a lot of English is necessary to improve your speaking but regular TV and movies are too fast and difficult for many students. Subscribe to my channel for more video lessons and how to improve your English listening and pronunciation skills. Learn to speak more like a native English speaker. You can also check out my website (www.sloweasyenglish.com) for more videos! Don't forget to like the video and share it with your friends! The links to my website, my Facebook page and my Twitter feed are on the right side of my main channel page. Enjoy!
Views: 16475 Slow Easy English
Idiom: The meaning of "get owned"
 
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***** Smartphone users! If you can't read the board because it's too small, click here to read it typed out: http://www.sloweasyenglish.com/?p=949 ***** What does the idiom "get owned" mean? It's a very popular expression, especially among young people these days. How do you use it? When should you say it? Watch the video for a full explanation and an example of real English conversation! Visit the website for 100's more videos! http://www.sloweasyenglish.com More Links: http://www.facebook.com/sloweasyenglish http://www.twitter.com/sloweasyenglish http://www.onlinephotodictionary.com ENGLISH LESSONS AND LISTENING IN SLOW EASY ENGLISH! This lesson is all in slow and easy English to make it easy for you to follow and understand. Listening to a lot of English is necessary to improve your speaking but regular TV and movies are too fast and difficult for many students. Subscribe to my channel for more video lessons and how to improve your English listening and pronunciation skills. Learn to speak more like a native English speaker. You can also check out my website (www.sloweasyenglish.com) for more videos! Don't forget to like the video and share it with your friends! The links to my website, my Facebook page and my Twitter feed are on the right side of my main channel page. Enjoy!
Views: 5307 Slow Easy English
What does "let the cat out of the bag" mean?
 
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An explanation of the idiom "let the cat out of the bag". Visit the website for 100's more videos! http://www.sloweasyenglish.com More Links: http://www.facebook.com/sloweasyenglish http://www.twitter.com/sloweasyenglish http://www.onlinephotodictionary.com ENGLISH LESSONS AND LISTENING IN SLOW EASY ENGLISH! This lesson is all in slow and easy English to make it easy for you to follow and understand. Listening to a lot of English is necessary to improve your speaking but regular TV and movies are too fast and difficult for many students. Subscribe to my channel for more video lessons and how to improve your English listening and pronunciation skills. Learn to speak more like a native English speaker. You can also check out my website (www.sloweasyenglish.com) for more videos! Don't forget to like the video and share it with your friends! The links to my website, my Facebook page and my Twitter feed are on the right side of my main channel page. Enjoy!
Views: 5774 Slow Easy English
Frozen vegetables healthier than fresh?
 
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Fresh is always the best way to go, right? Not always. Many frozen vegetables are actually healthier than the fresh vegetables you buy at your supermarket. Watch the video to find out why! Links: http://www.sloweasyenglish.com http://www.facebook.com/sloweasyenglish http://www.twitter.com/sloweasyenglish http://www.onlinephotodictionary.com ENGLISH LESSONS AND LISTENING IN SLOW EASY ENGLISH! This lesson is all in slow and easy English to make it easy for you to follow and understand. Listening to a lot of English is necessary to improve your speaking but regular TV and movies are too fast and difficult for many students. Subscribe to my channel for more video lessons and how to improve your English listening and pronunciation skills. Learn to speak more like a native English speaker. You can also check out my website (www.sloweasyenglish.com) for more videos! Don't forget to like the video and share it with your friends! The links to my website, my Facebook page and my Twitter feed are on the right side of my main channel page. Enjoy!
Views: 20303 Slow Easy English
Refresh stale potato chips and make them crisp again
 
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Have you ever forgotten a bowl of potato chips on the table for a few hours? Potato chips go stale very quickly when out of the bag. Don't throw them away! Here's a quick and easy tip to help you restore them to their original taste and make them crisp again! Links: http://www.sloweasyenglish.com http://www.facebook.com/sloweasyenglish http://www.twitter.com/sloweasyenglish http://www.onlinephotodictionary.com ENGLISH LESSONS AND LISTENING IN SLOW EASY ENGLISH! This lesson is all in slow and easy English to make it easy for you to follow and understand. Listening to a lot of English is necessary to improve your speaking but regular TV and movies are too fast and difficult for many students. Subscribe to my channel for more video lessons and how to improve your English listening and pronunciation skills. Learn to speak more like a native English speaker. You can also check out my website (www.sloweasyenglish.com) for more videos! Don't forget to like the video and share it with your friends! The links to my website, my Facebook page and my Twitter feed are on the right side of my main channel page. Enjoy!
Views: 21439 Slow Easy English
The difference between debt and deficit
 
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In this video, I explain and show examples of the difference between "debt" and "deficit". I've noticed that a few TV personalities mix them up - even the President of the United States and Governor Romney! It's important to know the difference, especially at a time like this when the election is so close. http://www.sloweasyenglish.com http://www.facebook.com/sloweasyenglish http://www.twitter.com/sloweasyenglish http://www.onlinephotodictionary.com ENGLISH LESSONS AND LISTENING IN SLOW EASY ENGLISH! This lesson is all in slow and easy English to make it easy for you to follow and understand. Listening to a lot of English is necessary to improve your speaking but regular TV and movies are too fast and difficult for many students. Subscribe to my channel for more video lessons and how to improve your English listening and pronunciation skills. Learn to speak more like a native English speaker. You can also check out my website (www.sloweasyenglish.com) for more videos! Don't forget to like the video and share it with your friends! The links to my website, my Facebook page and my Twitter feed are on the right side of my main channel page. Enjoy!
Views: 8911 Slow Easy English
Expression: Murphy's Law
 
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***** Go to the website to read the conversation: http://wp.me/p48x5R-oN ***** Who is Mr. Murphy? Is he a police officer? A judge? Nope. Why is there a "law" named after him? Watch the video to find out. Visit the website for 100's more videos! http://www.sloweasyenglish.com More Links: http://www.facebook.com/sloweasyenglish http://www.twitter.com/sloweasyenglish http://www.onlinephotodictionary.com ENGLISH LESSONS AND LISTENING IN SLOW EASY ENGLISH! This lesson is all in slow and easy English to make it easy for you to follow and understand. Listening to a lot of English is necessary to improve your speaking but regular TV and movies are too fast and difficult for many students. Subscribe to my channel for more video lessons and how to improve your English listening and pronunciation skills. Learn to speak more like a native English speaker. You can also check out my website (www.sloweasyenglish.com) for more videos! Don't forget to like the video and share it with your friends! The links to my website, my Facebook page and my Twitter feed are on the right side of my main channel page. Enjoy!
Views: 3158 Slow Easy English
How to pronounce "going to" like a native English speaker
 
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Every student of English learns that "going to" is also pronounced as "gonna" in normal native English speech. But did you know that there is also another pronunciation for "going to"? Watch the video to learn how! http://www.sloweasyenglish.com http://www.facebook.com/sloweasyenglish http://www.twitter.com/sloweasyenglish http://www.onlinephotodictionary.com ENGLISH LESSONS AND LISTENING IN SLOW EASY ENGLISH! This lesson is all in slow and easy English to make it easy for you to follow and understand. Listening to a lot of English is necessary to improve your speaking but regular TV and movies are too fast and difficult for many students. Subscribe to my channel for more video lessons and how to improve your English listening and pronunciation skills. Learn to speak more like a native English speaker. You can also check out my website (www.sloweasyenglish.com) for more videos! Don't forget to like the video and share it with your friends! The links to my website, my Facebook page and my Twitter feed are on the right side of my main channel page. Enjoy!
Views: 13328 Slow Easy English
What does "piece of cake" mean?
 
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An explanation of the idiom "piece of cake". Visit the website for 100's more videos! http://www.sloweasyenglish.com More Links: http://www.facebook.com/sloweasyenglish http://www.twitter.com/sloweasyenglish http://www.onlinephotodictionary.com ENGLISH LESSONS AND LISTENING IN SLOW EASY ENGLISH! This lesson is all in slow and easy English to make it easy for you to follow and understand. Listening to a lot of English is necessary to improve your speaking but regular TV and movies are too fast and difficult for many students. Subscribe to my channel for more video lessons and how to improve your English listening and pronunciation skills. Learn to speak more like a native English speaker. You can also check out my website (www.sloweasyenglish.com) for more videos! Don't forget to like the video and share it with your friends! The links to my website, my Facebook page and my Twitter feed are on the right side of my main channel page. Enjoy!
Views: 4565 Slow Easy English
Proverb: The meaning of "the early bird gets the worm"
 
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***** Smartphone users! If you can't read the board because it's too small, you can go to http://www.sloweasyenglish.com/?p=934 to read it! ***** What does the expression "the early bird gets the worm" mean? How do you use it and when should you say it? Watch the video for a full explanation and an example of real English conversation! Visit the website for 100's more videos! http://www.sloweasyenglish.com More Links: http://www.facebook.com/sloweasyenglish http://www.twitter.com/sloweasyenglish http://www.onlinephotodictionary.com ENGLISH LESSONS AND LISTENING IN SLOW EASY ENGLISH! This lesson is all in slow and easy English to make it easy for you to follow and understand. Listening to a lot of English is necessary to improve your speaking but regular TV and movies are too fast and difficult for many students. Subscribe to my channel for more video lessons and how to improve your English listening and pronunciation skills. Learn to speak more like a native English speaker. You can also check out my website (www.sloweasyenglish.com) for more videos! Don't forget to like the video and share it with your friends! The links to my website, my Facebook page and my Twitter feed are on the right side of my main channel page. Enjoy!
Views: 4819 Slow Easy English
Expression: The meaning of "blessing in disguise"
 
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***** Smartphone users! If you can't read the board because it's too small, click here to read it typed out: http://www.sloweasyenglish.com/?p=955 ***** What does the expression "blessing in disguise" mean? How do you use it? When should you say it? Watch the video for a full explanation and an example of real English conversation! Visit the website for 100's more videos! http://www.sloweasyenglish.com More Links: http://www.facebook.com/sloweasyenglish http://www.twitter.com/sloweasyenglish http://www.onlinephotodictionary.com ENGLISH LESSONS AND LISTENING IN SLOW EASY ENGLISH! This lesson is all in slow and easy English to make it easy for you to follow and understand. Listening to a lot of English is necessary to improve your speaking but regular TV and movies are too fast and difficult for many students. Subscribe to my channel for more video lessons and how to improve your English listening and pronunciation skills. Learn to speak more like a native English speaker. You can also check out my website (www.sloweasyenglish.com) for more videos! Don't forget to like the video and share it with your friends! The links to my website, my Facebook page and my Twitter feed are on the right side of my main channel page. Enjoy!
Views: 6285 Slow Easy English
Who or Whom? Talk like a native speaker. (ESL English Lesson)
 
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How do native speakers speak English? In this video, I answer the question, "which one is correct, who or whom?" Links: http://www.sloweasyenglish.com http://www.facebook.com/sloweasyenglish http://www.twitter.com/sloweasyenglish http://www.onlinephotodictionary.com ENGLISH LESSONS AND LISTENING IN SLOW EASY ENGLISH! This lesson is all in slow and easy English to make it easy for you to follow and understand. Listening to a lot of English is necessary to improve your speaking but regular TV and movies are too fast and difficult for many students. Subscribe to my channel for more video lessons and how to improve your English listening and pronunciation skills. Learn to speak more like a native English speaker. You can also check out my website (www.sloweasyenglish.com) for more videos! Don't forget to like the video and share it with your friends! The links to my website, my Facebook page and my Twitter feed are on the right side of my main channel page. Enjoy!
Views: 13060 Slow Easy English
Idiom: What does "call the shots" mean?
 
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What does it mean to "call the shots"? Watch the video to learn what this idiom means and how to use it like a native speaker! Click here to watch this video on the Slow Easy English website: http://www.sloweasyenglish.com/?p=3472 Visit the website for 100's more videos! http://www.sloweasyenglish.com More Links: http://www.facebook.com/sloweasyenglish http://www.twitter.com/sloweasyenglish http://www.onlinephotodictionary.com ENGLISH LESSONS AND LISTENING IN SLOW EASY ENGLISH! This lesson is all in slow and easy English to make it easy for you to follow and understand. Listening to a lot of English is necessary to improve your speaking but regular TV and movies are too fast and difficult for many students. Subscribe to my channel for more video lessons and how to improve your English listening and pronunciation skills. Learn to speak more like a native English speaker. You can also check out my website (www.sloweasyenglish.com) for more videos! Don't forget to like the video and share it with your friends! The links to my website, my Facebook page and my Twitter feed are on the right side of my main channel page. Enjoy!
Views: 1169 Slow Easy English
What does "judge a book by its cover" mean?
 
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An explanation of the expression "don't judge a book by its cover". More Links: http://www.sloweasyenglish.com http://www.facebook.com/sloweasyenglish http://www.twitter.com/sloweasyenglish http://www.onlinephotodictionary.com ENGLISH LESSONS AND LISTENING IN SLOW EASY ENGLISH! This lesson is all in slow and easy English to make it easy for you to follow and understand. Listening to a lot of English is necessary to improve your speaking but regular TV and movies are too fast and difficult for many students. Subscribe to my channel for more video lessons and how to improve your English listening and pronunciation skills. Learn to speak more like a native English speaker. You can also check out my website (www.sloweasyenglish.com) for more videos! Don't forget to like the video and share it with your friends! The links to my website, my Facebook page and my Twitter feed are on the right side of my main channel page. Enjoy!
Views: 7092 Slow Easy English
Idiom: "Get out of here!"
 
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***** Smartphone users! If you can't read the text in the video because it's too small, go to my website to read it typed out: http://www.sloweasyenglish.com/?p=1016 ***** What does the idiom "get out of here!" mean? No, the person is not actually asking you to leave. (Once, I used this expression and my student thought I was asking him to leave. haha!) Watch the video to learn how to use it like a native English speaker! Visit the website for 100's more videos! http://www.sloweasyenglish.com More Links: http://www.facebook.com/sloweasyenglish http://www.twitter.com/sloweasyenglish http://www.onlinephotodictionary.com ENGLISH LESSONS AND LISTENING IN SLOW EASY ENGLISH! This lesson is all in slow and easy English to make it easy for you to follow and understand. Listening to a lot of English is necessary to improve your speaking but regular TV and movies are too fast and difficult for many students. Subscribe to my channel for more video lessons and how to improve your English listening and pronunciation skills. Learn to speak more like a native English speaker. You can also check out my website (www.sloweasyenglish.com) for more videos! Don't forget to like the video and share it with your friends! The links to my website, my Facebook page and my Twitter feed are on the right side of my main channel page. Enjoy!
Views: 5643 Slow Easy English
Expression: throw out the baby with the bathwater
 
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*** Read the conversation by clicking here: http://www.sloweasyenglish.com/?p=1655 *** When was the last time you gave a baby a bath? Did you throw out the bathwater afterwards? Did you throw out the baby too? No, of course you didn't! Watch the video to learn how to use this popular expression. Visit the website for 100's more videos! http://www.sloweasyenglish.com More Links: http://www.facebook.com/sloweasyenglish http://www.twitter.com/sloweasyenglish http://www.onlinephotodictionary.com ENGLISH LESSONS AND LISTENING IN SLOW EASY ENGLISH! This lesson is all in slow and easy English to make it easy for you to follow and understand. Listening to a lot of English is necessary to improve your speaking but regular TV and movies are too fast and difficult for many students. Subscribe to my channel for more video lessons and how to improve your English listening and pronunciation skills. Learn to speak more like a native English speaker. You can also check out my website (www.sloweasyenglish.com) for more videos! Don't forget to like the video and share it with your friends! The links to my website, my Facebook page and my Twitter feed are on the right side of my main channel page. Enjoy!
Views: 2640 Slow Easy English
Expression: Meaning of "it ain't over till the fat lady sings"
 
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***** Smartphone users! If you can't read the board because it's too small, click here to read it typed out: http://www.sloweasyenglish.com/?p=941 ***** What does the expression "it ain't over till the fat lady sings" mean? How do you use it? When should you say it? Watch the video for a full explanation and an example of real English conversation! Visit the website for 100's more videos! http://www.sloweasyenglish.com More Links: http://www.facebook.com/sloweasyenglish http://www.twitter.com/sloweasyenglish http://www.onlinephotodictionary.com ENGLISH LESSONS AND LISTENING IN SLOW EASY ENGLISH! This lesson is all in slow and easy English to make it easy for you to follow and understand. Listening to a lot of English is necessary to improve your speaking but regular TV and movies are too fast and difficult for many students. Subscribe to my channel for more video lessons and how to improve your English listening and pronunciation skills. Learn to speak more like a native English speaker. You can also check out my website (www.sloweasyenglish.com) for more videos! Don't forget to like the video and share it with your friends! The links to my website, my Facebook page and my Twitter feed are on the right side of my main channel page. Enjoy!
Views: 5777 Slow Easy English