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Spoken English Practice - Talking About 11 Stages Of Person’s Life - Increase English Vocabulary


Spoken English Practice - Talking About 11 Stages Of Person’s Life - Increase English Vocabulary

Spoken English Practice - Talking About 11 Stages Of Person’s Life - Increase English Vocabulary | Speak Fluently

I have a very interesting English lesson for you today, In this English speaking practice lesson we will talk about 11 stages of Human life according to the age and the correct English vocabulary to describe them. This spoken English lesson is your chance to enhance your vocabulary, after all you would become fluent in English if you learn new English words and practice them in your daily English conversations.

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Daily English Conversation Practice Questions and Answers– 75 Topics:
1. Family - 00:00
2. Restaurant - 01:15
3. Books - 02:41
4. Travel - 03:45
5. Website - 05:31
6. Accident - 06:31
7. Childhood memory - 07:41
8. Favorite rooms - 08:56
9. Presents - 10:05
10. Historical place - 11:29
11. Newspaper/ Magazine - 13:04
12. A memorable event - 14:28
13. A favorite subject - 15:41
14. A museum - 17:05
15. A favorite movie - 18:10
16. A foreign country - 19:38
17. Parties - 20:53
18. A teacher - 22:25
19. A friend - 23:33
20. A hotel - 24:50
21. A letter - 26:17
22. Hobbies - 27:26
23. Music - 28:47
24. Shopping - 30:08
25. Holiday - 30:58
26. Animals - 32:22
27. A practical skill - 33:37
28. Sport - 35:12
29. A School - 36:31
30. Festival - 37:55
31. Food - 39:33
32. Household appliance - 40:54
33. A music band - 41:57
34. Weather - 43:09
35. Neighbor - 44:29
36. Natural scenery - 45:48
37. Outdoor activities - 47:09
38. Law - 48:11
39. Pollution - 49:15
40. Traffic jam - 50:25
41. TV program - 51:23
42. Architect/ Building - 52:54
43. Electronic Media - 53:49
44. Job/ Career - 54:56
45. Competition/ contest - 56:25
46. A garden - 57:37
47. Hometown - 58:46
48. Clothing - 59:59
49. Advertisement - 1:01:18
50. A project - 1:02:31
51. A wedding - 1:03:36
52. A Coffee shop - 1:05:3
53. Culture - 1:06:16
54. Transport - 1:07:27
55. Politician - 1:08:48
56. Communication - 1:09:56
57. Business - 1:11:28
58. Computer - 1:12:30
59. Exercise - 1:13:34
60. Goal/ ambition - 1:14:50
61. Art - 1:15:51
62. Fashion - 1:17:01
63. Jewelry - 1:18:26
64. Cosmetic - 1:19:26
65. Indoor Game - 1:20:49
66. Phone conversation - 1:22:03
67. Learning A Second language - 1:23:23
68. A Creative Person - 1:24:38
69. A celebrity - 1:25:47
70. A Health Problem - 1:26:43
71. Technological advancements - 1:27:54
72. A Landmark - 1:29:00
73. Handcraft Items - 1:30:03
74. Plastic Surgery - 1:31:24
75. Success - 1:32:50
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How to Use Sarcasm in English - Learn Spoken English

Do you know what sarcasm is, and how to use it? In this lesson, you'll see some useful words and phrases which will help you to use sarcasm in English!

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How to Talk About the Environment in English - Spoken English Lesson

In this lesson, you can learn how to talk about the environment and environmental issues in English.
What’s the air quality like in your city? Do you worry about climate change, or how your food is produced? You’ll learn how to talk about these, and other topics about the environment in this class.

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1. Air Pollution 0:46
2. Waste and Recycling 5:01
3. Talking About Food Safety and Farming 7:52
4. Climate Change 11:41

This lesson will help you:
- Learn useful phrases and vocabulary to talk about air quality and air pollution when talking about the environment in English.
- Discuss waste and recycling and how it affects you and the environment.
- Get different phrases and vocabulary to discuss the safety of how food is farmed and how that affects the environment in English.
- See a sample conversation about climate change and get good vocabulary to use when you talk about the environment in English.

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How to Talk About Your Free Time and Hobbies in English - Spoken English Lesson

What do you like doing in your free time? Do you have any interesting hobbies? Talking about free time and hobbies is a good way to start a conversation in English, or find things in common when you speak to others in English.

By the end of this lesson, you’ll be able to talk about your free time and hobbies naturally and clearly in English.
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1. Free time and hobbies vocabulary 0:32
2. What do you like doing? 1:36
3. Adding details to your ideas 3:15
4. Saying why you like or dislike something 6:25

You can learn:

- English vocabulary to talk about hobbies and free time activities.
- How to say what you like or dislike doing.
- How to make your speaking more natural and interesting by adding details about your free time and hobbies.
- Ways to talk about how often you do these free time activities.
- How to make longer answers when talking about your free time in English.

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Talking About Your Vacation in English - Spoken English Lesson

In this lesson, you can learn how to talk about your vacation in English. Talking about holidays and vacations is a great way to improve your English conversation.

Where did you go for your last holiday? What did you do there? Did you have a good time?
In this lesson, you’ll learn how to answer these questions and more in clear, natural English.

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1. How to Give Basic Information About Your Vacation 0:50
2. How to Describe What You Did on Vacation 2:09
3. How to Describe Where You Went on Vacation 6:11
4. How to Describe What You Liked or Disliked 11:07
5. Making a Longer Answer 15:08

This lesson will help you learn:
- Ways to basic information about your vacation.
- How to describe what you did on vacation.
- About describing where you went on holiday.
- How to talk about what you liked on vacation.
- Different ways to describe what you disliked on vacation.
- To make longer answers about your holiday.

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How to Talk About Sports in English - Spoken English Lesson

In this lesson, you can learn how to talk about sports in English.
Are you a sport fan? What sports do you like playing? Talking about sports in English is a great way to improve your conversation skills.

Sport is a common topic in English conversation, so whether you like sport or not, it’s good to have something to say and be able to to ask some questions about sport.

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1. Talking About Your General Opinion 0:35
2. How to Talk About Team Sports 4:05
3. How to Talk About Individual Sports 7:20
4. Talking About Why You Do Sport 11:55
5. Making a Longer Answer 15:01

In this lesson, you can learn:
- How to your opinion on sports. Do you like sports? Why or why not?
- Ways to talk about team sports in English.
- Phrases and vocabulary to talk about individual sports in English.
- Some helpful grammar rules when describing sports in English
- How to explain why you prefer certain sports.
- Helpful ways to make your answers about sport longer and more detailed.

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Talking About Your Job in English - Spoken English Lesson

In this lesson, you can learn how to talk about your job in English. Where do you work? What do you have to do in your job? What kind of company do you work for? In this class, you can learn how to answer questions when talking about your job in English.

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1. Introducing Your Job 0:28
2. Describing Your Company 2:11
3. How to Describe Your Job in More Detail 4:22
4. Saying How You Feel about Your Job 5:52
5. How to Make a Longer Answer 8:13

This lesson will help you:

- Learn how to describe your job position in English.
- Talk about the department you work in.
- Learn how to say where you work.
- Describe your job in more detail by talking about the company you work for.
- Talk about your job in more detail.
- Explain your job responsibilities and what you do at work.
- Learn useful English phrases to say what you like or don't like about your job.
- Put more details into your answer so you can make a longer answer about your job in English.
- Prepare for an interview or exam where you have to talk about your job in English.

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How to Improve Your English Reading Skills - 4 Steps to Improve Now!

In this lesson, you can learn how to improve your English reading skills. Learn 4 useful tips to help you improve English reading now! Don't forget to share your reading tips for others in the comments.

In this lesson, we’ll show you the number one mistake English learners make when they try to practice their reading in English, and how to avoid it.
You’ll see a step-by-step plan that you can use to improve your English reading skills, and we’ll give you several suggestions to improve your English reading level more quickly and efficiently.

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This lesson will help you:
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- Learn how you can use time and variety to practice and improve your English reading.
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- Get help setting challenges for yourself to improve your English reading skills.

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2. Time + Variety = Progress 4:00
3. Improving Your Language Abilities 7:58
4. Set Yourself Challenges 11:14

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1. English may not be the most spoken language in the world, but it is the official language in a large number of countries. It is estimated that the number of people in the world that use in English to communicate on a regular basis is 2 billion!

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Why You Understand English But Can't Speak Fluently

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Do you ever wonder why you can UNDERSTAND a lot of English but not COMMUNICATE FLUENTLY?

Well, I recently got this comment on a YouTube video from someone named Yahyo.

I don't understand why I can't speak or write like you, but I can understand almost every person who speaks like you in English. When I try to speak or write in English, my words disappear in my mind. What's the problem with my mind, Teacher? I look for words during conversations.

If you have this problem, it’s NOT your fault. I truly believe that ANYONE can become a fluent speaker of English, but that traditional schools make communication very difficult.

The REAL problem is that traditional lessons put EXTRA STEPS between you and the English you want to learn. Steps like rule memorization, confusing explanations and translations. So when you try to speak, you must REVERSE these steps, making you lose your words, think and translate in conversations.

Now, there IS actually a very simple solution to this common problem, but before I share it, here’s a quick quiz:

Question 1. Can you name 10 Will Smith movies? I’ll give you a few seconds.
Question 2. Which of these 10 Will Smith movies do you like?

The second question was a LOT easier than the first, right?

Try two more questions:

Question 1. Will Smith’s latest movie is Aladdin. What movie did he appear in right before Aladdin?
Question 2. Do you think the visual effects in the new Aladdin movie look real or fake?

Again, the second question was MUCH easier than the first.

So what movie did Will Smith appear in before Aladdin? An Indian movie called Student of the Year 2.

Now, you likely didn’t know that, even if you’re a Will Smith fan, but can you remember what YOU had for lunch two days ago?

Even recent things in our OWN lives are difficult to RECALL.

But we can very easily RECOGNIZE things when we have options to choose from.

This is why shopping websites show you your search history, and why a cooking site might show you some meals to CHOOSE, rather than ask you to REMEMBER your favorite foods.

So what does all this mean for English learners like you?

When you listen or read, you’re RECOGNIZING information. But when you SPEAK, you must RECALL information instantly to communicate without hesitation.

See why so many people can UNDERSTAND what I’m saying right now but not SPEAK like I do?

You already know how hard it is to RECALL information, even with things in YOUR language in YOUR life. But do you now understand why fluent communication becomes EVEN MORE DIFFICULT when you add the extra steps of traditional English lessons?

So what’s the solution?

With time, you can become an automatic speaker by learning conversational, spoken English – all in English – in simple, easy steps.

But because I know you want something that will help you improve your speaking RIGHT NOW, let me share a secret I discovered about remembering words that helped me become a fluent speaker of Japanese.

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Improve Your Spoken English with Vague Language - English Speaking Lesson

In this lesson, you can learn how to use vague language in English. Here’s a question: do you ever feel like you can’t find the right word to express what you want to say? Learning about vague language could help you. The word ‘vague’ means that something is not clear or detailed. In spoken, informal English, fluent speakers often use vague language.Using vague language will make your English sound more natural. It will also make it easier to speak fluently, because you can communicate without needing to use precise vocabulary.

See the full version of this spoken English lesson here:

1.How to Use Vague Language in Conversations 1:31
2. Using Vague Language to Be Indirect of Polite 7:24
3. Using Vague Language When You've Forgotten a Word 11:47

This lesson will help you:
- Understand what 'vague language' is and how native English speakers use it.
- Learn how to use vague language effectively in conversation to improve your spoken English.
- Use vague language to be indirect or polite when communicating in English.
- Learn techniques to use vague language when you can't remember a word in English.
- Get many useful examples of vague language phrases and vocabulary which you can start using in your spoken English.

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How to Improve English Grammar - Tips to Learn English Grammar Faster

In this lesson, you can learn how to improve English grammar. You'll see a step-by-step, practical plan to improve your English grammar in any area. Make sure you leave us a comment and let us know which grammar topic you're going to review first!

What do you think of when you hear the word 'grammar'? Does it make you think of complicated textbooks, difficult exercises and boring lessons? For many English learners, the answer is 'yes'. Some English learners even tell us I don't need grammar, or I don't want to study grammar. In this lesson, you're going to see first of all what grammar really is and why you need it. Then, we'll share some advice to make it easier for you to learn and use English grammar.

This lesson can help you:
- Understand the areas you are struggling with and errors you are making with English grammar.
- Learn what 'form' and 'function' mean when it comes to English grammar.
- Learn what it means to 'template' and how that can help you improve English grammar.
- Get helpful tips on how to make flashcards to improve and learn English grammar faster.

1. Find Your Errors and Weaknesses 1:21
2. Identify the Problem: Form or Function? 3:50
3. Templating 7:55
4. Make Digital Flashcards 11:53

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7. It’s very kind of you!
8. Thank you anyway
9. Thank you in advance!
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12. Did I get you right?
13. Don’t take it to heart
14. I didn’t catch the last word
15. Sorry, I wasn’t listening
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17. Fingers crossed!
18. Oh, that. That explains it.
19. Things happen
20. Sorry to bother you
21. I’ll be with you in a minute
22. Where were we?
23. I’m sorry, I didn’t catch you
24. Lucky you!
25. I freaked out = to become very angry, scared or excited
26. Good for you!
27. You’ve got to be kidding me!
28. Cheer up!
29. Come on, you can do it!
30. Keep up the good work!
31. It's not the end of the world
32. That’s lit! = That’s amazing!
33. There you go!
34. 44. Not a bit!
35. There is no room for doubt
36. I’ll text you!
37. It’s not worth it!
38. You rock!
39. You should go the extra mile…
40. Step up your game = Start performing better
41. Pull yourself together = Calm down and behave normally
42. You sold me! = You convinced me on something
43. Couldn’t care less = used to express total lack of interest in something
44. This is a no-brainer = Easy decision
45. You screwed up
46. You are driving me nuts!
47. Can you cover me? = Can you work in my place?
48. I’d better be going
49. Thank heavens it’s Friday
50. Take care!

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