Category: English Learning

Learn English Sentences Everyday [youngster]

1. Nowadays, with the development of technology and economy, living conditions of youngster have been improved substantially. However, it is surprising that the level of their happiness does not grow correspondingly. 2. Firstly, as the young generation grow up and live in a time when there is much more abundant materials, they take for granted […]

Talk: Studying Abroad

 Guess what came in the mail today?  What?  My acceptance letter to Yale!  Wow! Congratulation! When do classes start?  Freshman orientation is the last week of August, but I want to go two weeks before that to get settled in.  You’re so lucky! Do you have to do many things before you leave?  Yes. I’ll […]

Learn English Phrases Everyday [audio]

1. pass out Today we are going to learn “pass out”. If you pass out, you faint or collapse. eg: A: She passed out when she saw the blood. B: She’d better not want to be a doctor then. 2. wrap up Another phrase is “wrap up”. If you wrap up something such as a […]

Learn English Sentences Everyday [population]

1. Some countries have witnessed a rise in the proportion of the population under the age of 15. To begin with, a rising proportion of the young population will bring a greater economic burden on families. 2. It is acknowledged that education, especially when parents want to offer their children high-quality education, will cost parents […]

Talk: What Jobs Are Popular in Your Country?

 What kind of jobs are becoming popular in your country?  As in many countries, there’s been a big growth in anything related to computers. Young people are attracted to that field in particular. There’s also been a big growth in education.  There’s been a growth in that field in my country too. A lot of […]

Learn English Phrases Everyday [audio]

1. join in Today we are going to learn “join in”. If you join in an activity, you take part in it or become involved in it. eg: (1). I’ll join you in the fun after I finish my work. (2). I like to watch a group or activity for awhile before I join in. […]

Learn English Sentences Everyday [agriculture]

1. Taking a historical view about agriculture, we can quite easily understand how much we rely on this trade, including the mode of life and the way we think. 2. As a result of population increase and petroleum industry, many methods that have been unthinkable before can now be adopted ,such as factory farming and […]

Talk: What Did You Do at the Office Today?

 What did you do at the office today? I had a really busy day. I had to work a little overtime. In the morning an important client called to place a large order. I had to check some things with my colleagues before confirming the order.  What kind of things did you need to check? […]

Learn English Phrases Everyday [audio]

1. cry on Today we are going to learn “cry on”. It means to cry before someone who is willing to listen to your problems and give you sympathy, emotional support, and encouragement. eg: (1). We’re in public. Don’t cry on me now. (2). I wish you’d been here when my mother died and I […]

Learn English Sentences Everyday [tradition]

1. Some people believe that technological developments lead to the loss of traditional cultures. I partly agree with this assertion; while it may be true in the case of some societies, others seem to be unaffected by technology and the modern world. 2. On the one hand, the advances in technology that have driven industrialisation […]

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