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C2 Proficient 281 Two Hundred And Eighty-one Lessons: A1 Elementary A1 A2 Pre-Intermediate A2 B1 Intermediate B1 B2 Upper-Intermediate B2 C1 Advanced C1 C2 Proficient C2

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C2 Proficient 205 Two Hundred And Five Videos: A1 Elementary A1 A2 Pre-Intermediate A2 B1 Intermediate B1 B2 Upper-Intermediate B2 C1 Advanced C1 C2 Proficient C2

video 205 (Two hundred and five) Videos

Bubble Idioms

information Are you bubbly, or do you like bubbly? Have you ever burst anyone's bubble? Have you suffered because of the economic bubble, the housing bubble, or the real-estate bubble? If you don't know what I'm talking about, this is the Video English Lesson you need to watch. WARNING! It contains a little toilet humour that some might consider inappropriate. If you are a teacher, watch the video through before deciding to share it with your classes. But remember, as Benjamin Franklin admonished

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video 281 (Two hundred and eighty-one) Lessons

For or To?

information Silvia Lassmann told me: I don´t know when to use TO or FOR ! I only know a very poor explanation about this topic, but I can NEVER find an appropriate explanation in order to explain it to my students. This is my attempt at giving an appropriate explanation of when to use for or to.

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video 154 (One hundred and fifty-four) Interactivities

Head and Face

information This vocabulary quiz will teach you the following parts of the head and face: angle of the jaw, beard, bridge of the nose, cheek, cheeks, chin, corner of the eye, corner of the mouth, dimple, ear, eye, eyebrow, eyebrows, eyelash, eyelashes, eyelid, eyelids, eyes, forehead, hairline, head, iris, jaw line, lip, lips, moustache, mouth, neck, nose, nostril, nostrils, pupil, sideburn, teeth, throat, tip of the nose, and tooth.

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video 51 (Fifty-one) Typescripts

information A 3D animation video English lesson about countryside vocabulary for elementary students of English. This video looks at the names of common animals and at some prepositions. If you can, this is best watched in HD 1920x1080.

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video 105 (One hundred and five) Podcasts

information Blood is the most important thing in our bodies. Lose too much and we die. It is so important that many expressions in English use the word, Blood. This lesson looks at the language of blood and the expressions that we make from the word. Expressions like: Blood is thicker than water | Bloodshed | Cold-blooded | In cold blood | Blood run cold | Hot-blooded | Blood up| Blood boils | Blue blood | Fresh blood/new blood | Half-blood | To run in the blood | Own

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video 128,804 (One hundred and twenty eight thousand, eight hundred and four) Word Hangman Game

Hangman Game

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video40,368 (Forty thousand, three hundred and sixty-eight) quotations in English...quote right

quote leftWealth, like happiness, is never attained when sought after directly. It comes as a by-product of providing a useful service.quote right

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