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[ASMR] Whispers in Different Languages | Spanish, Japanese, German, French

[ASMR] Whispers in Different Languages | Spanish, Japanese, German, French

Hey everybody I’m Gibi and as you can tell, I am fluent in English. It is the only language that I am fluent in. However, I studied quite a few languages over my years and I am going to speak Read more…


Loving Spirit Connection & Communication | Guided Meditation

Loving Spirit Connection & Communication | Guided Meditation

This is Rasa Lukosiute. Welcome to your meditation. Get yourself settled in a calm and peaceful environment where you will not be interrupted. Turn your phone off, close the blinds slightly or turn down the lights, create an atmosphere of Read more…


How to Say and Use EXCUSE ME in English

How to Say and Use EXCUSE ME in English

In this American English pronunciation video, we’re going to go over how to pronounce and use the phrase ‘excuse me’. The phrase ‘excuse me’ can be used in different situations to mean different things. But first, let’s talk about the Read more…


How to Pronounce CROISSANT — Word of the Week — American English

How to Pronounce CROISSANT — Word of the Week — American English

In this American English pronunciation video, we’re going to go over the pronunciation of the word ‘croissant’. This week’s Word of the Week is ‘croissant’.  It was suggested by a user on YouTube, Rebeca. Thanks so much for this suggestion, Read more…


American vs. British English – Vowel Sounds – Pronunciation differences

American vs. British English – Vowel Sounds – Pronunciation differences

In this American English pronunciation video, we’re going to go over some of the differences in vowel sounds in American English and British English. Today I’m going to make a video with another awesome English channel on YouTube, MinooAngloLink. The Read more…


Word Stress and Three Syllable Words – American English

Word Stress and Three Syllable Words – American English

In this American English pronunciation video, we’re going to go over word stress and three-syllable words. In American English, any word can have only one syllable with primary stress. That means there are three possible stress patterns for a three Read more…


Through Your Child’s Eyes: American Sign Language [Subtitled]

Through Your Child’s Eyes: American Sign Language [Subtitled]

All infants come into this world ready to be loved and ready to learn. What is the key for acquiring language, particularly for a deaf or hard of hearing baby? As parents of a newborn, the love you share with Read more…