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Записи с темой: english (список заголовков)
17:53 

Other ways to say... SAYS

Nearly 200 Ways to Say "Says"
Marion Campus Studies in English and Technology

accuses
acknowledges
acquires
adds
+ еще около 200

@темы: English, Other ways to say..., Vocabulary

15:39 

Other ways to say...BAD

15:33 

Other ways to say...GOOD

ох уж этот вечный неизбывный и неистребимый GOOD

@темы: English, Other ways to say..., Vocabulary

13:35 

English Dialogues Audio and Text

English Dialogues Audio and Text

There you will find a series of free Dialogues / Conversations in English Language that may help you to better understand and speak English.
The Dialogues / Conversations cover a wide range of topics and practical situations that you are likely to encounter in real life. Among the topics we mention:
- Family;
- Transportation;
- Hotel;
- Orientation;
- Communication;
- Personal Development;
- Movies;
- Food;
- Doctor;
- And Many More;
Some of the Dialogues / Conversations are recommended for Beginners. Other for Medium level and Advanced.
The Dialogues / Conversations here are in written / text form. If you want to listen to the Audio / Spoken Version of these Dialogues go to English Conversations Meniu

@темы: ESL, English, Listening, links

13:21 

AudioEnglish.org

AudioEnglish.org™
• over 150,000 pages;
• over 2,500 audio files;
• British and American English native speakers from Oxford, London, Scotland, New York, California, Massachusetts, and Canada.
• connect using any computer - anytime, anywhere;
• listen to audio and practise pronunciation;
• check out the online tests.

@темы: ESL, English, Listening, links

14:46 

How the Languages We Speak Shape the Ways We Think

Do speakers of different languages think differently? Does learning new languages change the way you think? Do bilinguals think differently when speaking different languages? Does language shape our thinking only when we're speaking or does it shape our attentional and cognitive patterns more broadly? In this talk, I will describe several lines of research looking at cross-linguistic differences in thought. The studies investigate how languages help construct our representations of the world at many stages. Series: "Exploring the Basis of Human Knowledge and Creativity"


@темы: English, languages, videos

14:43 

Dreaming in Different Tongues: Languages and the Way We Think

On the Same Page: Voices of Berkeley keynote event

@темы: English, languages, videos

14:38 

"Between you and I (the English language is going to the dogs)" - debate

The English language is going to the dogs. "Between you and I" is just one of the howlers those of us with linguistic sensibilities have to endure. The distinctions between words such as 'infer' and 'imply', and 'uninterested' and 'disinterested' are disappearing. Americanisms such as 'gotten', 'different than' and 'can I get..?' abound. Every office resounds with horrible new jargon such as 'going forward', 'deliverables', 'touch base' and 'heads up'. Infinitives are split, participles dangle. Language is based on established practice and rules. When the rules are continually (and that isn't continuously) broken, the language suffers and those who care suffer too.

That's the line taken by the so-called sticklers in this debate, but they are mistaken according to laissez faire linguists. English wasn't set in stone by 19th-century grammarians -- the kind who decreed it's wrong to split an infinitive in English just because you can't in Latin. Language changes but that doesn't mean it's in decline. Traditionalists may argue that digital technology has a pernicious effect on language, but in fact children who text a lot have higher rates of literacy. And it's hard to deny that Facebook, Twitter and email have enriched the expressiveness of our language: ten years ago who could have written "OMG he's RTd my selfie!!


@темы: English, History of English, languages, that's life, the world go round, videos

13:52 

The History of The English Language documentary series (1-8 episodes)

The Adventure of English is a British television series (ITV) on the history of the English presented by Melvyn Bragg as well as a companion book, also written by Bragg. The series ran in 2003.
The series and the book are cast as an adventure story, or the biography of English as if it were a living being, covering the history of the language from its modest beginnings around 500 AD as a minor Germanic dialect to its rise as a truly established global language.
In the television series, Bragg explains the origins and spelling of many words based on the times in which they were introduced into the growing language that would eventually become modern English.


@темы: videos, languages, History of English, English

18:21 

WorldWideWords

www.worldwidewords.org
The English language is forever changing. New words appear; old ones fall out of use or alter their meanings. World Wide Words tries to record at least a part of this shifting wordscape by featuring new words, word histories, words in the news, and the curiosities of native English speech.

@темы: Vocabulary, English, links

19:59 

серия Young Explorers by British Museum - a brief history of money

Did you know that all sorts of things have been as money throughout history from shells, lumps of metal and barley, to the coins and banknotes we're more familiar with today? For a brief history of money, watch this Young explorers video from the British Museum


@темы: videos, Young Explorers by British Museum, Money, English

19:56 

серия Young explorers by British Museum - a brief history of clothing

From protection against the elements and harm to telling the rest of the world who we are, clothes have served us well over the many thousands of years we've been wearing them. This Young explorers video from the British Museum tells a brief history of clothing.


@темы: Art, Clothes, English, Young Explorers by British Museum, videos

19:49 

серия - Young explorers by British museum - A brief history of writing

We use it so much that it's easy to think that writing has always been around. But like most things it had to be invented. Watch this Young explorers video from the British Museum for a brief history of writing.


@темы: videos, Young Explorers by British Museum, History, English, Art

17:10 

Learning with Youtube

10 видео каналов на YouTube для изучения английского языка.

1. Duncaninchina www.youtube.com/duncaninchina/

2. VOA Learning English www.youtube.com/voalearningenglish/
voalearningenglish/

3. Learn English with Steve Ford www.youtube.com/user/PrivateEnglishPortal

4. Business English Videos for ESL www.youtube.com/bizpod/

5. Bbclearningenglish www.youtube.com/bbclearningenglish/

6. PodEnglish www.youtube.com/podenglish/

7. JenniferESL www.youtube.com/user/JenniferESL

8. Real English www.youtube.com/realenglish1/

9. The Daily English Show www.youtube.com/user/thedailyenglishshow

10. Sozoexchange www.youtube.com/sozoexchange/

@темы: videos, English, ESL

22:22 

TED talks - Marian Bantjes: Intricate beauty by design

19:55 

General links

www.correctenglish.ru/

Сайт CorrectEnglish.ru полностью посвящен изучению английского языка

Как начинающие изучение английского языка, так и продолжающие и совершенствующиеся в нем найдут для себя все необходимые ресурсы на нашем сайте.

Сайт располагает большой теоретической и практической базой, направленной на развитие всех языковых навыков. На сайте представлена только современная информация, исключающая устаревшие правила грамматики, устаревшие слова, выражения, и т.п.

@темы: general links, exercises, Vocabulary, Podcasts, Listening, Grammar, English, ESL

22:44 

Vocabulary - Money

Adjectives + "Money"

easy
He thinks working in marketing is easy money. I think he'll find it's quite a different story.

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Verb + "Money"

coin, print
The government printed a lot of money in 2001.

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"Money" + Verb

come from something
Money for the exhibit comes from donations to the museum.

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"Money" + Noun

management, manager
I think you should hire a money manager for your savings.

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Phrases with "Money"

bet money on something
Let's bet $400 dollars on the race.

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@темы: Vocabulary, Money, Idioms&Expressions, English

16:18 

Topic - Weather&Climate

20:25 

Discussion points - Health

Health

Given all the evidence that cigarette smoking is harmful, why do people continue to smoke cigarettes? Explain why you do or do not smoke.
How much do you think people influence their own health through their attitudes and lifestyles?
Russian people are fast becoming the one of most overweight people in the world. To what do you attribute this trend?
Are people overly concerned about being thin nowadays?
What do you do to cope with stress?
What is the difference between "good" and "bad" stress?
Would you choose to be an organ donor?

@темы: Discussion points, English, Health, Vocabulary

22:09 

Discussion points - Personality&Character

Explain what it means to be an honorable person.
Are you motivated more by external rewards (such as money or grades) or internal rewards (such as self-esteem or integrity)?
Explain why people sometimes continue to do things that are harmful to them.
Do you think of yourself as a "goal-oriented" person?
Discuss what people reveal about themselves by the way they drive.
"Self-discipline is the most important ingredient for success." Attack or defend.
Name someone you consider to be a modern hero or heroine and explain why.
How does your public image differ from your private self?
What are the essential characteristics of an effective leader?
Do you think that sports help develop good character?
Is high school a good place to find out who you really are?
Discuss the most important characteristics an elected official should have.
If you could have a conversation with a famous person (living or dead), whom would you choose?
Which do you think has a greater effect on a person -- heredity or environment?
What characteristics do you regard as important in a person you would choose as a friend?
What are the essential characteristics of a good parent?
What are the characteristics of a good college student?
Do you think that you have the qualifications of a good parent?
Is it possible for anger ever to be beneficial?
What are the most important skills and/or values that children learn from their parents?
Whom would you identify as a truly wise person? What makes him or her seem wise to you?
How are you different from your best friend?
What are the best ways to meet new friends?

@темы: Discussion points, English, Personality&Character

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