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Gengo English #2 - How to Make a Good First Impression

Gengo English
Learn English with EnglishClass101.com! Would you like to learn more English words and phrases even faster? Have you ever visited an airport, taken a trip on a plane, or even sat in a busy airport coffee shop? Travelers from all over the world fill the airports, and many of them have plenty of time to kill while waiting for their planes. Most of them would enjoy a little English conversation. Make a good first impression, be polite, and you will be delighted with all the new English you learn and the many new friends you make. Today, as Michelle sits patiently waiting for her plane to take off, she is approached by Zo. Where will her use of the English language take her...and more importantly, where could it take you? You never know when you might even find the love of your life sitting in the window seat on a Boeing 747! Learning English with EnglishClass101.com is the most fun and effective way to learn English! This English Gengo lesson shows you how to use one of the most powerful words in English or any language, "Please." It's funny how the most powerful words are often the shortest and simplest words in the English language. Just remember, being polite and saying please in English will do much to make a good first impression every time. And that's what this English lesson is all about. Visit us at EnglishClass101.com where you will find many more great English lessons and learning materials. Leave us a message while you are there!

Learn with Pictures #1 - Get Your Vegetables!

Learn with Pictures
Learn English with EnglishClass101.com! Here at EnglishClass101.com, we've discovered the easiest way for you to learn English vocabulary words. Put us to the test with this video tutorial designed to teach you about something that you can't live without. In this English video tutorial, you'll learn the words for all sorts of vegetables. They're presented so that you're sure to learn: hear a native speaker repeat the words several times. The video also shows the English words for each vegetable, and there's a fun self-test at the end to see just how much you learned.

Advanced Audio Blog #1 - Will Spirits of Christmases Past Be Haunting You This Halloween?

Advanced Audio Blog Season 1
Learn English with EnglishClass101.com! "Christmas time is here by golly. / Disapproval would be folly. / Deck the halls with hunks of holly. / Fill the cup and don't say when. / Kill the turkeys, ducks, and chickens. / Stuff the geese and drag out the Dickens. / Even though the prospect sickens, / Brother, here we go again." So goes the first eight lines of a nearly famous English satirical song by the nearly famous economist Tom Lehrer. Many of us experience a cringing reaction to what we perceive as the tainting of a high religious holiday by mercantile interests even in countries that don't speak English. The Christmas buying season seems to last longer and longer. And unfortunately, the religious aspects of the holiday seem to be pushed further and further into the background of daily life and our consciousness. Who can blame a child for getting excited when she sees Christmas decorations in the stores even though it's only Halloween? Who can blame a parent for being both wary and weary of months of Christmas advertisements? It's difficult to focus on our daily tasks at such times. So to lighten your spirits, learn some clever English regarding holidays at EnglishClass101.com! Learning English with EnglishClass101.com is the most fun and effective way to learn English! This English Audio Blog lesson shows you how to use various English nouns, many of which are used around Christmas time. Good things to know around the holidays. You wouldn't want to give or receive a buckle if your heart's desire is a bicycle. Learning English, especially the nouns and verbs, gives you the confidence to communicate in English with a large number of people around the world. Visit us at EnglishClass101.com where you will find many more great English lessons and learning materials. Leave us a message while you are there!

Buzzwords #1 - What’s the Buzz All About?

Buzzwords
Learn English with EnglishClass101.com! Learning English takes some twists and turns. Like many other languages, English has its buzzwords, slang, jargon, cant, argot, and idiomatic expressions. Unless you learn English from native speakers, such as you'll find at EnglishClass101.com, you'll probably miss a lot of the most interesting words and expressions. If you were learning English from a textbook, do you think you would be able to understand, "They told him to dial it back, but he wanted to push the envelope so he went the whole nine yards and hit it out of the park." Sure, the metaphor is so badly mixed it could have come out of a blender, but that's the sort of thing you hear English speakers say every day. Learning English with EnglishClass101.com is more than just English lessons, it's a linguistic adventure. Learning English with EnglishClass101.com is the most fun and effective way to learn English! This English Buzzwords lesson shows you some of the many English buzzwords you are likely to encounter in everyday English conversations. Most English buzzwords come and go, current for a short time and then forgotten. Some English words become a part of the language. What was once English slang, as in "fan," is now standard English. And some English buzzwords travel the world. Almost everyone knows "Okay." Learn treasures like these at EnglishClass101.com. Visit us at EnglishClass101.com where you will find many more great English lessons and learning materials. Leave us a message while you are there!

Beginner Lesson #1 - How’s It Going?

Beginner Season 1
Learn English with EnglishClass101.com! You have just moved to the states to attend college. You've been so busy this week unpacking, shopping, registering for school - you FINALLY have a few days left of personal time before classes begin. You head to the campus to have a look around and get acquainted with everything. You run into a fellow classmate while you're there who looks more than a little frustrated. She approaches you and asks dismally in English, "Howzit going?" Hmm...you have been studying your English really hard and you haven't run across that word yet - "howzit." You ask her politely in English, "What does 'howzit' mean?" Shocked, she begins giggling and answers in English, "Forgive me, I needed that laugh. I am dreading classes starting and I am not doing so well." You laugh along with her, still absolutely puzzled by this new word. You will definitely be looking that one up tonight at EnglishClass101.com! Learning English with EnglishClass101.com is the most fun and effective way to learn English! This English Beginner lesson will teach you the very common English greeting, "How's it going?" And we will help deter the uncomfortable situation above as well! And don't forget, you will need to know how to answer this question in English too! We will cover how to answer this in English on your best days, worst days, and all the days in between! Visit us at EnglishClass101.com where you will find many more English lessons and learning materials! Leave us a message while you are there!