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Language: French Phrases

Language: French Phrases

– These are a few words that might come in handy when you come and visit us in France. Hello. Bon zhur. Bonjour. Thank you. Mair see. Merci. Please. Cil vu play. S’il vous plait. Yes. We. No. Non. Cheers. Read more…


Learn English – How to say ‘GO AWAY’ in 12 ways (2) Language, speaking & conversation full course

Learn English – How to say ‘GO AWAY’ in 12 ways (2) Language, speaking & conversation full course

‘Out’ is actually a very useful word that you can use on its own to express this idea. ‘Out!’ ‘You! Out’. Bad student. Out of the class! Run along now will you! This is a typical word that my school Read more…


Learn English – How to say ‘YES’ in 10 fun ways (1) – Language, speaking and conversation practice.

Learn English – How to say ‘YES’ in 10 fun ways (1) – Language, speaking and conversation practice.

A very good evening to you students. It’s wonderful to have the pleasure of your company once again. Today I am going to say ‘Yes’. Today we are looking at the word yes and we will study some of the Read more…


Learn English – 10 Crazy Ways to Say ‘YES’ (2) – Language, speaking and conversation practice.

Learn English – 10 Crazy Ways to Say ‘YES’ (2)  – Language, speaking and conversation practice.

A very good international… a very typically American expression would be ‘Sure’. ‘Hey, can I get one of those? ‘Sure!’ ‘Sure’ basically means ‘yes’ and softens up the way you speak. If you went to a restaurant and needed a Read more…


Online Public Speaking Workshop : Avoiding Forced Gestures in Public Speaking

Online Public Speaking Workshop : Avoiding Forced Gestures in Public Speaking

DON VARNEY: Hi, I’m Don Varney, founder of Varney Speaks, and I’m here on behalf of Expert Village. The other thing that happens is a forced gesture. It’s where you’re looking at your crowd and you’re trying to come up Read more…


Reading Body Language Myth: 93% of Communication is Nonverbal

Reading Body Language Myth: 93% of Communication is Nonverbal

– Truth or lie. 93% Of all communication is nonverbal. (dramatic music) (dramatic music) – We keep hearing that 93% of all communication is non verbal. Excellent. You might be thinking, I don’t need to worry about what is coming Read more…


Top 10 Language Learning Strategies in Japanese

Top 10 Language Learning Strategies in Japanese

Wanna learn Japanese anywhere, anytime? Get the Innovative Language 101 app for free! はーい、みんな、元気?(Hāi, minna, genki?) Today’s theme is Top 10 Language Learning Strategies. Let’s learn. もっとよく理解できるように、日本語を聞きながら読む (Motto yoku rikai dekiru yō ni, Nihongo o kikinagara yomu) “Listen and read Read more…


What are Your Top 10 Language Learning Goals for the Year?

What are Your Top 10 Language Learning Goals for the Year?

Hi, everyone! This is Risa. Welcome to Top Words. Today, “What are your top 10 language learning goals for the year?” Let’s go! 一日2レッスンずつ聞いて、JapanesePod101.comのサバイバルフレーズシリーズを終わらせる。 (Ichi-nichi ni-ressun zutsu kiite, Japanīzupoddo ichi maru ichi dotto komu no Sabaibaru Furēzu shirīzu o owaraseru.) Read more…


Language: German Phrases

Language: German Phrases

– Here are a few German words you might find helpful. Hello is (speaking in foreign language). Goodbye. (speaking in foreign language) Please. (speaking in foreign language) Thank you. (speaking in foreign language) Cheers. (speaking in foreign language) We’re looking Read more…


English Vocabulary – In the bedroom…

English Vocabulary – In the bedroom…

Hello. Welcome to my bedroom. It’s not my bedroom. It’s a whiteboard with words on it, but I’m going to teach you about bedroom — vocabulary that is. Stay tuned. Maybe I’ll teach you some other bedroom vocabulary if you Read more…