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Chinook Middle School is breaking the language barrier with Microsoft Translator

Chinook Middle School is breaking the language barrier with Microsoft Translator

– [Narrator] So there’s this app. – [Man] Whenever you speak. – [Narrator] And it’s breaking language barriers. – [Man] You want to transfer an idea to another person. – [Narrator] This is Chinook Middle School and they’re speaking with Read more…


Squish – Newfoundland and Labrador Language Lessons

Squish – Newfoundland and Labrador Language Lessons

Squish would mean something is not straight. Out of alignment If you hadn’t properly hung a picture it’s probably squish. Now I’m straight. Now I’m squish. The first time we ever put up a basketball net in the driveway, unfortunately Read more…


Communication Tips: How to Start a Conversation

Communication Tips: How to Start a Conversation

Nobody likes uncomfortable moments. It just feels uncomfortable. So when you are trying to start a conversation there is presumably this gap that you’re trying to fill. so my advice is to have a few tricks in your back pocket Read more…


10 ways to have a better conversation | Celeste Headlee

10 ways to have a better conversation | Celeste Headlee

All right, I want to see a show of hands: how many of you have unfriended someone on Facebook because they said something offensive about politics or religion, childcare, food? (Laughter) And how many of you know at least one Read more…


Beginners British sign Language-Learn 3 signs everyday-Conversation, Talk, Pretend to understand

Beginners British sign Language-Learn 3 signs everyday-Conversation, Talk, Pretend to understand

Day 42 CONVERSATION TALK [go on and on!] PRETEND TO UNDERSTAND CONVERSATION TALK [go on and on!] PRETEND TO UNDERSTAND


Learn Vocabulary: English words that come from other languages

Learn Vocabulary: English words that come from other languages

Dun, dun, dun, dun, dun, dun. Hi. James from engVid. We always do very serious lessons. Well, kind of serious lessons, in my case, but usually, you know, we stick with the grammar, the idioms, vocabulary, and whatnot, and every Read more…


Crooked – Newfoundland and Labrador Language Lessons

Crooked – Newfoundland and Labrador Language Lessons

Crooked is a bad mood. That you usually you wake up in. If you take cantankerous and grumpy, and ill-tempered – I think all of those things are crooked. It’s the way you look at people, and the way you Read more…


10 Business English Expressions You Need To Know | Vocabulary

10 Business English Expressions You Need To Know | Vocabulary

Hello! I’m Emma from mmmEnglish. English in the workplace. At work, in the office. Knowing the idioms, phrasal verbs and unique vocabulary that’s used in these professional contexts is so important! I’ll admit that there is a lot to learn Read more…


30: Why do we gesture when we talk? (Gesture studies, Cognition, Psycholinguistics)

30: Why do we gesture when we talk? (Gesture studies, Cognition, Psycholinguistics)

[Music] G: Welcome to Lingthusiasm, a podcast that’s enthusiastic about linguistics! I’m Gretchen McCulloch. L: And I’m Lauren Gawne. And in today’s episode, we’re getting enthusiastic about the gestures that we make when we speak. But first, welcome to our Read more…


Learn English – 12 ways to say ‘GO AWAY!’ (1) Language, speaking & conversation practice full course

Learn English – 12 ways to say ‘GO AWAY!’ (1) Language, speaking & conversation practice full course

A very good afternoon to students. Here we are once again. My name is ZakWashington and I am going to teach you more English. Welcome to England. Now please: Go away! Yes. That’s what we’re looking at today: different ways Read more…