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Do you want to learn English? The best way to learn English is to listen to it often and practice speaking it as often as possible. This video will help you improve your English speaking skills and your English listening skills. Listen to these 500 English conversation phrases often and practice saying them. You will improve your speaking and listening ability very quickly this way. This is especially useful for those studying ESL and TOEFL or IELTS. Each Phrase Gets Repeated. Hay 500 frases de inglés básicas en inglés en esta lección. Esta lección le ayudará a entender mejor el inglés. Le ayudará a mejorar su listening de inglés. Bueno, espero. Good Luck, Evan (Eko) Learning Basic English Conversation for Beginners Music: “(Zen Meditation) by Eric Bartel. (324352766) Image Standard Shutterstock License English conversation phrases Includes many english questions and answers as well.


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‘Alright’ is a simple word with lots of different meanings. We use it in so many ways! I will teach you ten different ways that native English speakers use this word in different situations by varying the tone of voice in speech. I’ll also teach you how Cockneys (Londoners) use this word as a greeting and the unexpected way of replying to it as if you’re a local. Also. what's the difference between ‘alright’ and 'all right'? I'll teach you that too, so you won't have any more confusion. Alright? Test your understanding of this lesson with the quiz: TRANSCRIPT Hi, everyone. In today's lesson I'm going to show you ten ways to use the word alright. Let's begin with some grammar, because there are difference between British English and American English in whether you're writing the word alright. So, in American English, their preference is to write all right as two words. That's considered more grammatically correct. In British English, it depends. Some people say it should always be written as two words, and some people it's now acceptable to write alright as one word. Personally, I generally write the word as one word. I write it like this. And that is because I consider it quite an informal expression, and most of the time I use it, it feels to me that it has an informal register. But if you wanted to be really, really certain that you weren't making a grammatical mistake, if you're writing something formal, then you can spell it two words in British English. Okay, let's move now to examples of when we use this word: alright. What's important to know about this word is it has different meanings, depending on how. On the tone that we use when we say it. Let's start with here. Number one, when we want to reassure someone we can say: Everything's going to be alright. Don't worry, everything's going to be alright. That's also a song. Do you know it? Everything's Gonna Be Alright. Sorry about my singing, but Bob Marley told us first that everything's going to be alright. Number two we can use the word alright to check: Is something satisfactory? That means: Is it okay? I want to check that the thing I want to do is okay. I can say: Does this soup taste all right? I want you to tell me. Is it delicious? Does the soup taste all right? Perhaps I'm going out for the evening, I'm not sure what to wear, so I try on my dress and I ask you: Is my dress alright? Do you think it's alright for the party? Number three, we say the word all right when we're asking people about their health. Perhaps they've not been well lately, so we can say: Are you all right? We can also say that. if this would normally happen if you're walking in the street and somebody falls over, maybe they slip because the pavement's wet or they have a bicycle accident, you can say to them: Are you all right? Are you all right? And when we say it fast, then it all blends into one: Are you all right? Are you all right? Next we have permission. If you want to sit down somewhere and you're not sure if somebody's already sitting there, you can politely say: Is it alright if I sit here? Is it alright? And they will say: Yeah, sure. Sit down. My next examples are mainly British English examples, and these are informal expressions, things we would say when we're just chatting in conversation. So, here I have spelt alright as one word every time. In my previous examples I spelt it two ways to show: Yes, this is possible, and this is also possible; depends on your preference. So, number five, in British English in London specifically, but many other areas, especially in the south of England, we can use alright as a greeting, so instead of saying: Hello. How are you? we just say to each other: Alright? And then they say: Alright. We don't really put a lot of enthusiasm in it. - Alright? - Alright. So the first alright sounds like more of a question. Alright? And it depends, the other one sometimes doesn't sound like a question. Alright. Alright. But they might do the question-sounding one back as well. - Alright? - Alright? It depends. Then you can also add mate or love ; very, very informal and very familiar kind of language to use. A lot of people don't like to be called mate or love if they don't actually know you. Some people think it's impolite. So you could say: Alright, mate? Or you could say: Alright, love? Next we've got when you say yes to something but you don't really mean it, you would rather say no, but you don't feel it's possible. So imagine your mom says to you: Go and tidy your room , or: Can you tidy your room today? You'd say: Alright. Or you'd say: Alright. You're saying yes, you'd rather not do it today, but you don't have a choice. So it's not like: Yes! It's not enthusiastic. […]


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Good morning+More Kids Dialogues | Learn English for Kids | Collection of Easy Dialogue ★ Subscribe us on YouTube: ★ More Our Compilation: Click on the link below to see each video in this compilation video. The each video, that has sound & mute version, is accompanied by English subtitles. 01_Good morning. - How are you? : 00:05 02_Nice to meet you. - I'm great. : 00:45 03_What's this? - What's that? : 01:36 04_Who is he? - Who is she? : 02:48 05_Whose bike is this? - What a nice bike! : 04:02 06_Happy birthday! - This is for you. : 04:52 07_How old are you? - I'm five years old. : 06:20 08_I like soccer. - Let's go! : 07:13 09_Do you like cheese? - Do you like ham? : 08:20 10_Do you have crayon? - You're welcome. : 09:50 11_How many bears? - Three bears. : 10:53 12_How much is it? - I want it. : 12:08 13_It's snowing. - Do you like snow? : 13:21 14_What color is it? - It's red. : 14:35 15_It's green and white. - It's raining. : 15:21 16_What does she look like? - She has short curly hair. : 16:05 17_Watch out! - Are you okay? : 17:07 18_What’s wrong? - I have a toothache. : 17:53 19_What's your favorite subject? - My favorite subject is P.E. : 18:41 20_What a wonderful! - What a nice day! : 19:46 21_What a big tree! - Don’t touch that! : 20:47 22_Let's go camping. - Let’s go fishing. : 21:53 23_Wash your hands. - Let's eat pizza! : 23:04 24_Put on your coat. - It's cold and windy. : 24:16 25_Put on your pants. - Is this yours? : 23:44 26_May I take your order? - I'd like a pizza and spaghetti. : 23:32 27_Where is it? - Go straight. : 26:12 28_Where is the post office? - Go straight. : 27:02 29_Where is the restroom? - Go straight and turn left. : 27:48 30_Where is my cap? - Where is it? : 28:41 31_Where is my pencil? - It's on the chair. : 29:24 32_What time is it? - Time for breakfast. : 30:02 33_Time for lunch. - What time is it? : 30:59 34_What are you doing? - I'm jumping. : 31:46 35. What are you doing? - I'm making cookies. : 33:16 36_What's he doing? - He's dancing. : 34:23 37_What did you do? - We went to the park. : 35:11 38_How was your summer vacation? - It was great. : 36:25 Thanks for checking out the English Singsing. © Amanta Inc.


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Have you heard how native speakers shorten their words when they speak with each other? This is called reduction , and you may have already started using this in your own English. If so, watch out for some common mistakes when reducing words. The expressions I havta , I wanna , and I'm gonna are examples of reductions. If you have never learned about reduction, now is your chance to understand native speakers better, and to become more fluent in English yourself! Test yourself with the quiz: TRANSCRIPT Hello. Do you have problems understanding when native English people talk to you? Yes? If your answer is yes, this lesson is for you. Second question. Do you know how to reduce words in English so that you sound more fluent? Maybe? Maybe you're not sure. Okay. Perfect. We're going to do three things in this lesson. The very, very first thing that we're going to do is I'm going to teach you why you don't understand when native people speak to you. Two, I'm going to teach you how to reduce words in English to make you sound more fluent or to help you sound more natural. And three, I'm going to help you with some mistakes that you maybe will make when you are reducing these words. Some of you have already learned how to do the reductions in English. Hold on. You still have to watch this lesson because unfortunately, you're making mistakes when you do this. So three things; one lesson. Let's hit it. Reduction mistakes. Good. The first thing we have to know is regularly how we say these words. So for example, if we have it , she , he , in English, we have wants to. If we have I , you , we , and they , we have want to. What's the difference? One difference makes a world of difference because he , she , and it have the S, the way that we say this in the reduction is going to be different than if there was no S. So check this out. I wanna; you wanna; we wanna; they wanna. Perfect. Your turn. I wanna; you wanna; we wanna; they wanna. This is how we reduce want to. So the reason why you don't understand native speakers is they will say to you, Do you wanna beer? Giovanna? Who's -- I'm not Giovanna. This is my friend Giovanna. How do you know her name? We don't say, Do you want a beer ; we say, Do you wanna beer? It's really, really, really fast, and we never divide want to ; we say wanna. If we have it , she , and he , we say wantsta. So it wantsta; she wantsta; he wantsta. Your turn. It wantsta. Good. She wantsta; he wantsta. Good work. Do it again. Okay. You got it. Good. So when you have he/she/it , you have to say wantsta. When you have I/you/we/they , you have to say wanna. Good. This is a mistake. You cannot say it , she , and he with wanna. I hear every day people saying, She wanna go home. She wanna go home? No. She wantsta go home. So you have to be really, really careful with the S. We call this subject and verb agreement. If you have he , she , or it , you have to put the S on the verb. Even when we speak quickly and we reduce things, it's really important that you have to put the S on the verb again. This rule never fails. So it, she, or he wanna ? Mm-hmm. This is a mistake. Please be careful can your S sound. Are you ready for another one? Are you excited? Again, we're playing with the basic subjects of I , you , we , they. Okay? The next set of verbs we have is have to , so I have to go. So maybe you're at a party, and maybe one of your friends who speaks English says, I havta go. I havta? What is 'havta'? You think about it, and you go, Ah. 'Have to'. You have to go. Yeah. I havta go. We don't say have to ; we say havta. If we're talking about another person, he, she, or it as a thing, again, because of our subject and verb agreement, we have to change this to has to. So in the reduced form, we're going to say hasta like pasta. So I havta , you havta , we havta , they havta. Your turn. Go. Good. He hasta , she hasta , it hasta. Go. He -- she -- it -- you got it. Good. Uh-ho. Mistake. It's the same mistake as here. You can't say he , she or I havta because havta is only for I , you , we , and they. This is a really common mistake in written grammar and also in spoken. Even when it's reduced and spoken informally -- or slang if you'd like to -- we have to be very careful, when you're reducing words, that your grammar is still okay. Oh, grammar is always there to haunt you. Okay. The last one. Very, very common, we say I am going to. We say I'm gonna. I'm gonna go home. Gonna? Who's 'gonna'? Where's 'gonna'? We don't say, I'm going to go home. We say, I'm gonna. I'm gonna go. Your turn. I'm gonna go. Good.


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You learn the most English if you're having fun doing it. So today, I'm going to teach you how to improve your English by watching movies and by listening to music! Many of you already listen to English music and watch shows and movies that are in English. I'm going to teach you some activities that will make you active with the language you hear. You'll also learn fun games you can play by yourself or with a friend that will help you learn vocabulary, expressions, and pronunciation. By learning English from movies and music, you'll also sound more like a native speaker. TRANSCRIPT To be, or not to be - that is the. Hi. James from engVid. Just practicing my Shakespeare. Well, not really. I just wanted to show you acting. Acting, being an actor can be a good way to learn English. And today I want to show you two fun ways to practice English doing things you already love to do. Okay? So, let's go to the board. Mr. E is saying: I sound like Madonna! That's not here yet, but that'll be the second one, but today or right now this part of the lesson is about movies, acting. What we want you to do or what I want you to do is go find a movie you love in English. I'm sure there's. If you're watching me, I'm sure you've watched some English television program or movie. I mean, I'm speaking a lot of English so I know you're used to it. What I. What I want you to do is pretend you are an actor in a movie, and we're going to take a few steps to get there. So the first thing is: Pick a movie that you love watching, because some of you watch it again and again. Star Wars, yeah, yeah? Or Harry Potter, if that's still out there, or Bond, James Bond. Right? Any of those movies. Okay, so you pick your movie. The second thing I want you to do is go through the movie and watch the scenes you love the best when the actor says something like: Punk, do you feel lucky, punk? Well, do ya? And then pick a couple of those scenes. All right? The third thing I want you to do is go to this part, and it's i-m. It's . It's where you get scripts. Now, right now you're probably going: What's a script? Well, in music the words in the music are called lyrics. Okay? So when you're looking at the words in a song they're called the lyrics. But when you're looking at the words in a movie, it's from a script. And one actor has his part in a script, another actor has her part in a script. And these are the lines they say. This particular website has amazing amount. An amazing amount of movies with scripts, so you can go and find any of the latest ones, like of Jason Bourne, or I'm trying to think of something that came out. I don't know when you're going to see this, so just say Harry Potter, maybe Ironman. Okay? Go check it out, you'll see the scripts, you can go and look at it. The reason why I asked you up here is to pick out scenes is you can go to the scene on the script where it may say: Car chase scene , Gun scene , Kissing scene , and you can look at it, and all of the words the actors say are there. Because I know sometimes you don't know what the actor is actually saying. Sometimes we have what's called relaxed speech. In relaxed speech, they might say: What do you want? and it comes out: Whatda ya want? And you're like: What? It's English. Now, we have a video on relaxed speech, you can go and check it out, and it will explain: Whatda ya want? and other ones. Okay? So, the lines that will be there, you might notice a big difference between what the actor says and what is actually written for what you should explain or you should understand. Okay? This is good, it's going to help you with your ears as well. There's a thing you can pick up from listening. Okay? So we want to look at the scripts and then listen. Now, watch the movie at your favourite part. So now you've got the script in your hand, you're going to watch that part. Read. Here's the funny thing, a lot of times people read when they're watching a movie, like they read the subtitles-you know the little words?-and they think: My listening is good because I understand. No, you're reading, but it does help because it helps you put a picture, a word picture to the words you're hearing. And we're much better with pictures. Think of it this way: Have you ever walked up to someone and said: I remember your name, but I don't remember your face. No, you don't do that. We always remember faces and we forget names. Those kind of words and sounds are hard to remember, but the picture we always keep.


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