Learn English by Listening : 125 Intermediate Listening

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One of the most important in English language is listening to understand the speech of a person. Below are english listening collections contained in elllo.org, with audios and text scripts :

Learning English -- Listening

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125 Intermediate – listening

  1. 1378 Freaky Foods
  2. 1377 Strange Foods
  3. 1376 Live for Tomorrow
  4. 1375 Bucket List
  5. 1374 Dream Time
  6. 1373 Sleeping Patterns
  7. 1372 His Dream House
  8. 1371 Her Dream House
  9. 1370 The Medic
  10. 1369 Women in Uniform
  11. 1368 What are you good at?
  12. 1367 What can you do?
  13. 1366 Her DoOver
  14. 1365 His DoOver
  15. 1364 New York Sports
  16. 1363 New York Tips
  17. 1362 City Problems
  18. 1361 Mega Cities
  19. 1360 His Life in Japan
  20. 1359 Her Life in Japan
  21. 1358 Colombian Music
  22. 1357 More Ecuador
  23. 1356 Baby on Board
  24. 1355 Proud Papa
  25. 1354 Soup for Supper
  26. 1353 City Superlatives
  27. 1352 Foreign Flicks
  28. 1351 Hollywood Hits
  29. 1350 In the Club
  30. 1349 In the Tropics
  31. 1348 Single’s Day
  32. 1347 Commercial Xmas
  33. 1346 City Down Under
  34. 1345 The Weekend
  35. 1344 The Gilded Cage
  36. 1343 Dallas Buyers Club
  37. 1342 Unplugged
  38. 1341 E-Mail Overload
  39. 1340 Life Without Cars
  40. 1339 Pet Peeves on the Bus
  41. 1338 Brotherly Love
  42. 1337 Big Family
  43. 1336 Do you play music?
  44. 1335 Tacoma is Home
  45. 1334 Big Neighbor
  46. 1333 Portugal in Contrast
  47. 1332 Family Routine
  48. 1331 Morning Routine
  49. 1330 Best Teacher
  50. 1329 Student vs Teacher
  51. 1328 Ocean Encounters
  52. 1327 Paddle Board
  53. 1326 Living on the Cheap
  54. 1325 Slow Travel
  55. 1324 Where to Work in Asia
  56. 1323 Business in Bali
  57. 1322 The Recovery
  58. 1321 Car Smash Ups
  59. 1320 Being Different
  60. 1319 Memories of Canada
  61. 1318 Island vs City
  62. 1317 Mother / Father Island
  63. 1316 Soups and Salads
  64. 1315 Know a good place?
  65. 1314 The Big Five
  66. 1313 Zoologist
  67. 1312 Change Climate Change
  68. 1311 Climate Change
  69. 1310 Homegrown Foreigner
  70. 1309 Going Home
  71. 1308 Money Worries
  72. 1307 Retirement
  73. 1306 Surviving the Wild
  74. 1305 Vision Quest
  75. 1304 When in Portugal
  76. 1303 Life in Portugal
  77. 1302 Change Climate Change
  78. 1301 Climate Change
  79. 1300 Shopping for Clothes
  80. 1299 Fashion Sense
  81. 1298 Chile Travel Tips
  82. 1297 Hang out in Santiago
  83. 1296 Reading Digitally
  84. 1295 Love of Reading
  85. 1294 Belgium Food
  86. 1293 Big Meal
  87. 1292 Life in Another Land
  88. 1291 Life’s Ups and Downs
  89. 1290 Sizing Up Students
  90. 1289 Players and Prisoners
  91. 1288 Chore Bores
  92. 1287 Foods We Hate
  93. 1286 Home Schooling
  94. 1285 Home Schooled
  95. 1284 Evaluating the Euro
  96. 1283 European Cities
  97. 1282 Local Accents
  98. 1281 Langauge Zones
  99. 1280 Home Cooking
  100. 1279 Croatian Cuisine
  101. 1278 Things to do in London
  102. 1277 Tips on Japan
  103. 1276 Southern Style
  104. 1275 North Carolina
  105. 1274 Tapas and More
  106. 1273 Spanish Cuisine
  107. 1272 Viewing Habits
  108. 1271 African Movie Scene
  109. 1270 Pula, Croatia
  110. 1269 Hometown Critique
  111. 1268 Sleep Time
  112. 1267 Dreams
  113. 1266 E-Books
  114. 1265 Computers in Class
  115. 1264 Best of Belgium
  116. 1263 Best of Spain
  117. 1262 Music Scene
  118. 1261 Music in Nigeria
  119. 1260 Nice Cafe
  120. 1259 Good Company
  121. 1258 Greek Holiday
  122. 1257 Traveling to Taiwan
  123. 1256 Belgium Education
  124. 1255 Spanish Education
  125. 1254 Google Glasses

Complete English Learning Videos with Mrs. Jennifer

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The videos are a collection of English lessons by Mrs. Jennifer from englishwithjennifer.com include a lesson for beginners, vocabulary, language notes, a mini English lesson, common mistakes, american slang, English professionals, writing skill and advanced English, it’s enough to start English.

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A. Lesson for Beginner

Lesson 1: Greetings

Lesson 2: More Greetings

Lesson 3: Greetings Throughout the Day

Lesson 4: Useful Expressions

Lesson 5: More Useful Expressions

Lesson 6: Introductions (Introducing Yourself)

Lesson 7: The Alphabet

Lesson 8: Writing the Alphabet

Lesson 9: Spelling (Your Name)

Lesson 10: Let’s and Don’t

Lesson 11: Do and Don’t

Lesson 12: Counting from 1 to 10

Lesson 13: How Many?

Lesson 14: Counting from 10 to 20

Lesson 15: Counting from 10 to 100

Lesson 16: Hundred, Thousand and Million

Lesson 17: Present Forms of BE (am, is, are)

Lesson 18: Subject Pronouns (I, you, he, she, it, we, they)

Lesson 19: Forming Sentences with BE

Lesson 21: Review of BE and Saying Good-bye

Lesson 22: The Weather

Lesson 23: Fruits

Lesson 24: What’s this?

Lesson 25: Articles (a, a, the)

Lesson 26: What are these?

Lesson 27: That, Those

Lesson 28: Colors

Lesson 29: Do you have…?

Lesson 30: Plural Nouns

Lesson 31: Irregular Plural Nouns

Lesson 32: Present Forms of HAVE (have, has)

Lesson 33: Negative Forms of HAVE in the Present

Lesson 34: Family

Lesson 35: How old are you?

Lesson 36: Months and Birthdays

Lesson 37: Seasons

Lesson 38: Leap Year

Lesson 39: Ordinal Numbers

Lesson 40: Dates

Lesson 41: Days of the Week

Lesson 42: Weekday and Weekend

Lesson 43: Questions About the Calendar

Lesson 44: Whose? (my, your…)

Lesson 45: Past Forms of BE (was, were)

Lesson 46: Questions with Past Forms of BE

Lesson 47: Possessive Nouns (Jennifer’s, The Lebedevs’)

Lesson 48: Rooms in the House

Lesson 49: Verbs in the Simple Present

Lesson 50: Yes-No Questions in the Simple Present

Lesson 51: Question Words

Lesson 52: Information (Wh-) Questions in the Simple Present

Lesson 53: The Kitchen (vocabulary)

Lesson 54: In the Kitchen (grammar: prepositions and adverbs of location)

Lesson 55: The Living Room (vocabulary)

Lesson 56: Pronunciation of THE (definite article)

Lesson 57: Possessive Pronouns (mine, yours…)

Lesson 58: Telling Time

Lesson 59: Daily Routine (schedules)

Lesson 60: Present Progressive (affirmative – “I am teaching.”)

Lesson 61: Present Progressive (negative – “I am not eating.”)

Lesson 62: Present Progressive (questions)

Lesson 63: Would you like…? (polite offers and invitations)

Lesson 64: Review of Questions

Lesson 65: Object Pronouns

B. Vocabulary

C. Language Notes

  1. Language Notes 1_ Titles and Forms of Address
  2. Language Notes 2_ U.S. System of Education
  3. Language Notes 3_ Geography and Nationalities
  4. Language Notes 4 (Part 1 of 3) – Wedding Customs
  5. Language Notes 4 (Part 2 of 3) – Wedding Customs
  6. Language Notes 4 (Part 3 of 3) – Wedding Customs
  7. Language Notes 5 (Part 1 of 2) – Meals and Mealtimes in the U.S.
  8. Language Notes 5 (Part 2 of 2) – Meals and Mealtimes in the U.S.
  9. Language Notes 6 (Part 1 of 2) – Hand Gestures
  10. Language Notes 6 (Part 2 of 2) – Hand Gestures
  11. Language Notes 7 – Making Random Choices
  12. Language Notes 8 (Part 1 of 2 ) – Filler Words, Interjections, and Onomatopoeia
  13. Language Notes 8 (Part 2 of 2 ) – Filler Words, Interjections, and Onomatopoeia
  14. Language Notes 9 (Part 1 of 2 ) – Internet and Text Chat Slang
  15. Language Notes 9 (Part 2 of 2 ) – Internet and Text Chat Slang
  16. Language Notes 10 – Getting Paid (Earning Money)

D. English Mini Lesson

#1 English Mini Lesson – Leap Year #2 English Mini Lesson – Easter #3 English Mini Lesson – April Fools’ Day #4 English Mini Lesson – Sneezing #5 English Mini Lesson – Mother’s Day #6 English Mini Lesson – Memorial Day #7 English Mini Lesson – New Year’s Resolutions #8 English Mini Lesson – Tooth Fairy #9 English Mini Lesson – Black Friday #10 English Mini Lesson – Groundhog Day (no captions)

E. Common Mistakes

  1. Lesson 1-Advise_Recommend_Suggest-Common Mistakes in English
  2. Lesson 2 – _Think_ – Common Mistakes in English
  3. Lesson 3a – Requests – Common Mistakes in English
  4. Lesson 3b – Requests – Common Mistakes in English
  5. Lesson 3c – Requests – Common Mistakes in English
  6. Lesson 4a – WISH and HOPE – Common Mistakes in English
  7. Lesson 4b – WISH and HOPE – Common Mistakes in English
  8. Lesson 4c – WISH and HOPE – Common Mistakes in English
  9. Lesson 4d – WISH and HOPE – Common Mistakes in English
  10. Lesson 5a _ -ING_ -ED adjectives_ Common Mistakes in English
  11. Lesson 5b _-ING_ -ED Adjectives_ Common Mistakes in English
  12. Lesson 6a — Prepositions — Common Mistakes in English
  13. Lesson 6b — Prepositions — Common Mistakes in English
  14. Lesson 7a – WHETHER – Common Mistakes in English
  15. Lesson 7b – WHETHER – Common Mistakes in English
  16. Lesson 8, Part 1 – USED TO – Common Mistakes in English
  17. Lesson 8, Part 2 – USED TO – Common Mistakes in English
  18. Lesson 9, Part 1 – TOO _ ENOUGH – Common Mistakes in English
  19. Lesson 9, Part 2 – TOO_ ENOUGH – Common Mistakes in English
  20. Lesson 10, Part 1 – Question Formation – Common Mistakes in English (captions)
  21. Lesson 10, Part 2 – Question Formation – Common Mistakes in English (captions)

F. American Slang

  1. American Slang – Lesson 1
  2. American Slang – Lesson 2
  3. American Slang – Lesson 3
  4. American Slang – Lesson 4
  5. American Slang – Lesson 5
  6. American Slang – Lesson 6
  7. American Slang – Lesson 7a
  8. American Slang – Lesson 7b
  9. American Slang – _Cool Car_ – Lesson 8, Part 1
  10. American Slang – _Cool Car_ – Lesson 8, Part 2

G. English Professional

H. Writing Skill

I. Advanced English