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[Best Pick] Chernobyl: What Is The Cost Of Lies?

Hello guys! Welcome back to [Best Pick] again! Do you enjoy the Carpool Karaoke I recommended last time? Today I would like to recommend the TV series “Chernobyl” produced by HBO, which went viral a few months ago. The TV series is based on the accident of the Chernobyl nuclear power plant in the former Soviet […]

[Groove] 5 Songs That Will Wake You Up On Weekdays

Hey guys! Welcome back to [Groove] channel again! Did you enjoy the hot songs I recommended last time? Check the answers to the last episode: 1. unforgettable  2. puffed  3. fiddle Today, we’ll listen to more great songs. Do you feel it’s tough to get up in the morning, especially on weekdays? But this shouldn’t have to be if […]

[Phrases] Never Take ‘Put One’s Nose’ Literally!

Hello everyone! Before we learn some new phrases, let’s review the last episode. ‘Put’ is an easy verb perhaps you knew before. But when putting this word in phrases you may be confused about the meaning of it. Today, let’s learn some useful phrases with ‘put’. 1. Put a cork in it to tell someone […]

[Phrases] Does ‘Eat One’s Heart Out’ Really Mean To Eat Heart?

Hello everyone! Before we learn some new phrases, let’s review the phrases of the last episode. We all know the heart is very important. If it stops functioning, your body begins systematically shutting down. There are many idioms about ‘heart’ that native speakers use. Today, let’s learn some useful expressions to make you sound like […]

[Grammar] How To Use ‘A Lot’, ‘Lots Of’ & ‘A Lot Of’ Correctly?

Hi all! Welcome back! Let’s check the answer to the last episode: Her novel was compared to the work of Daniel Defoe. ‘A lot’, ‘lots of’ and ‘a lot of’ can be used in informal English. They all mean a large number of or a large quantity of something or people. They can be confusing […]

[Word For Today] Introspection

[Word For Today] Introspection

Hi all! Nice to see you again. Let’s check the answer to the last episode. 1. enticed       2. enticing Today, we’ll learn the new word ‘introspection’. Word For Today: Translations of introspection in different languages: How is introspection used? n.     the process of thinking deeply about your own thoughts, feelings, or behaviour After some introspection, […]

[Word For Today] Entice

[Word For Today] Entice

Hi all! Nice to see you again. Today, we’ll learn the new word ‘entice’. Word For Today: Translations of entice in different languages: How is entice used? v.     to persuade someone to do something or go somewhere, usually by offering them something that they want People are enticed away from government jobs by higher salaries. The […]

[Guess!] How About Making Breakfast At Home?

Hey guys! Welcome back! [Guess!] time again! First of all, let’s check the answer of the last episode: Charlie forgets to pick Jake up, and Jake is in the rain again. Now, here comes today’s [Guess!] from Two and A Half Men. Most children like to try and learn new things, and Jake is no exception. […]

[Word For Today] Block

Hi all! Nice to see you again. Today, we’ll learn the new word ‘block’. Word For Today: Translations of block in different languages: How is block used? (1) n.       the distance along a street from where one road crosses it to the place where the next road crosses it The museum is just six […]

[Grammar] Difference Between ‘Bring’, ‘Take’ & ‘Fetch’

Hi all! Welcome back! The answer to the last episode is 1.B       2.A     3.B ‘Bring’, ‘take’ and ‘fetch’ can all be used to mean moving something from one place to another. You may be confused about choosing which verb in different situations. So today we are going to learn about the difference between them. 1. ‘Bring’ […]

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