Tag: English

How to INSTANTLY sound like a NATIVE SPEAKER and be more PERSUASIVE with MILD SWEARING
How to INSTANTLY sound like a NATIVE SPEAKER and be more PERSUASIVE with MILD SWEARING

Today I’ve got a present. This is a gift from my friend Shaun it’s homemade chili sauce he claims it to be the hottest chili sauce in the world in fact the chilies he uses […] Read More

Pianos, Sharks and Nazis: James Rhodes at TEDxOxford
Pianos, Sharks and Nazis: James Rhodes at TEDxOxford

Translator: Ellen Maloney Reviewer: Maria Pericleous (Piano) (Applause) Thank you. That was a piece written by Sergei Rachmaninov. He’s one of my favorite composers. He’s a composer I love so much, I’ve had his name […] Read More

The Wanted | Sound Advice
JJ sound in ‘Could You?’ — American English Pronunciation
JJ sound in ‘Could You?’ — American English Pronunciation
Dragon Ball – Opening Theme Song: “Mystical Adventure!” (English)
Dragon Ball – Opening Theme Song: “Mystical Adventure!” (English)
How to Pronounce “THS” sound – American English
How to Pronounce “THS” sound – American English
BANG! CRASH! DING DONG! Words that Imitate Sounds
BANG! CRASH! DING DONG! Words that Imitate Sounds

Hi. I’m Gill at www.engvid.com, and today we’re going to be looking at “Onomatopoeia”. Now, don’t run away. It’s a very long Greek word, but it means something quite simple. It means words that imitate […] Read More

Toumei Answer [Short Piano Outtake] (English Cover)【JubyPhonic】透明アンサー
Toumei Answer [Short Piano Outtake] (English Cover)【JubyPhonic】透明アンサー

Flying by all those airy days Where each day is the same When you were gone that space started making me uneasy Well ’nuff said anyway, my test scores stay the same Even alone I […] Read More

How to sound like a native speaker – Word Stress
How to sound like a native speaker – Word Stress

“Hi. I’m Jade. What we’re talking about today is word stress in English. What’s word stress? Well, it’s part of the rhythm of English, and it’s what can help your English sound much more natural. […] Read More

A poem for pole dancers who can’t say no | Harry Baker | TEDxExeter
A poem for pole dancers who can’t say no | Harry Baker | TEDxExeter

Translator: Rachael Williams Reviewer: Denise RQ Went to China Town; there were too many bright lights, asked them to dim sum. (Laughter) Thought I’d start with a haiku. (Laughter) Hello, I’m Harry, and it’s nice […] Read More