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Gestures

Took this girl home with me from the office last night, didn’t I? Oh yeah? Nice! Did you…? Well… I don’t kiss and tell. She have a big nose or something? What? That. What’s that? It means it’s a secret. Read more…


How to communicate effectively & GET RESULTS!

How to communicate effectively & GET RESULTS!

Hello. My name’s Ronnie. Are you a mother or a father, or a teacher or someone? Are you someone? Are you a human? Me too. I want to tell you something that’s really, really cool and amazing. The way that Read more…


Conversation Skills: What’s your communication style?

Conversation Skills: What’s your communication style?

Oh, poor E. Hi. James, from EngVid. You know, people see the world differently. We all do. I mean, what sounds good to you may not feel right for other people. And we also learn differently. What I want to Read more…


Learn English Slang: BITCH

Hello, ladies and gentlemen. Welcome to a lesson about a bad word. No, it’s not a bad word. The word is “bitch”, and if you look in your dictionary, it means a female dog. I’m going to have to give Read more…


Vocabulary: Talking about POLITICS in English

Vocabulary: Talking about POLITICS in English

Hi. Welcome again to www.engvid.com. I’m Adam. Today, as in response to some requests, I’m going to give you a few vocabulary words or a few words-sorry-about political views. Now, before I start, I just want to make sure we Read more…


Improve your Vocabulary: Stop saying VERY!

Improve your Vocabulary: Stop saying VERY!

“Getting from here to there, it’s been a long while.” Oh, hi. My time is finally here. James from engVid. I can’t believe this, this is like the Mirror Universe. If you watch Star Trek, you’ll understand; if not, go Read more…


Learn English Grammar: The Adjective Clause (Relative Clause)

Learn English Grammar: The Adjective Clause (Relative Clause)

Hi. Welcome back to www.engvid.com. I’m Adam. In today’s lesson we’re going to look at the adjective clause. Now, this is a dependent clause, and if you’re not sure what the difference between dependent or independent clause, you can check Read more…


Learn MEDICAL Vocabulary in English

Learn MEDICAL Vocabulary in English

Hi again. Welcome back to www.engvid.com. I’m Adam. Today’s lesson is a bit more practical, especially if you’re going to be going to travel in an English-speaking country, you might want to know some of these words. We’re going to Read more…


How to say NO! Communication skills that work

Fourth dimensional patterns within eternity’s monolith wood, he suggests. See, merely — you probably don’t under what I was saying, and I’ll tell you the truth. I don’t. Hi. James from EngVid. Looking at a Kindle, and I’m going to Read more…


Speaking English – Going to the hairdresser

Speaking English – Going to the hairdresser

Hi, my name is Emma and today’s lesson is a fun lesson on going to the hairdresser’s. So, as you’ve seen in some of my videos if you watch my videos, I have had different haircuts. That’s what we’re going Read more…