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Listen To English Conversation. Improve your English by listening to this English Conversation video. This video uses powerful binaural beats and sleep learning technology to help you improve your English speaking ability. It will help you recognise familiar words and teach you how basic English sentences are formed and used. It will also help you learn by totally immersing you in the English language which is proving to be hugely popular and successful. This audio features multiple dialogues of every day English conversation. This video uses advanced binaural beats to help you learn and recognise new words, as well as reinforcing English words you already know and helping you establish how these words are used in general every day conversation. ★How To Use Most Successfully★ - Listen to this video with headphones. - Listen to this video as you are going to sleep - Try and clear your mind of all other thoughts - Repeat the sentences and words out loud if possible - Visualise the sentences in your head. - Leave on as you fall asleep - Repeat the sentences you remember throughout your day - Try and use parts of the conversation in your daily life - Do this for 30 days to see massive results ★Video Description★: This English Conversation video is designed specifically to help you learn English. Listening to English conversation and hearing English conversation being spoken is proving to be an extremely popular learning method, as it is a great way of immersing yourself in a language you are trying to learn. It is great for helping you learn new English words, but more importantly recognising how certain words you have learnt are used in sentences, and in general English conservation. The brain does have the ability to absorb information whilst you’re asleep, as you may know from experience when real sounds from reality have entered your dream and woke you up. This works under a similar principle however the binaural beats ensure you are not woken up and that it is only the learning part of your brain that is listening to the video. Your brain has an optimal frequency for learning, (when you are totally focussed and absorb information easily), your brain also has a perfect frequency for remembering newly processed information and finally there is a frequency of the brain that allows your subconscious to absorb information whilst you sleep. When you then understand that binaural beats can put your brain at any frequency you want, it then becomes clear how this actually works. You are using binaural beats to basically get the most out of your brain. ★Main Features★: - English Conversation In this video we use every day English conversation. It uses daily/ typical conversations between 2 English speaking people. This is a great way to help familiarise yourself with the English language and give you a good chance to learn and remember new English words. We use typical English conversation which is suitable for all levels of English speakers, from beginner through to advanced. This will obviously help with studying for exams like, SAT, IELTS, TOEFL and Cambridge CAE and CPE. This video is great for helping you improve you own English speaking ability and perhaps identify how to use certain words and English phrases you are already familiar with and not quite sure how to use correctly. - Binaural Beats: Binaural beats used are: Theta 8.0 Hz, Delta 4.0 Hz, Delta 3.0 Hz. These binaural beats are claimed to improve learning, encourage sleep learning, improve our ability to remember specific places and finally to improve memory and help process newly absorbed information. The combination of these 3 specific frequencies is hugely powerful. There are played in the correct order allowing for complete processing, understanding and most importantly memorising. - Soothing Music: Soothing background music, there is some very soft music playing in the background just to distract from the sounds of the binaural beats and to ensure you are not distracted from the words you are learning. - Subtitles: Subtitles have been included in this English video due to popular demand. - HD Images: The images are there as a nice background, only 1 image is used as not to drain your battery or cause any buffering issues, we realise in this video actual images aren’t that important as it is more about what is being said than what you can see. Warning: Please remember first and foremost Theta/Delta waves are associated with sleep like states, so it is not advisable to use this video whilst driving. Credits: Adrift by Christopher Lloyd Clarke. http://www.christopherlloydclarke.com.
► Learn a language online with native teachers. Special italki "buy 1 get 1 free" offer for Langfocus viewers: http://go.italki.com/1Ojye8x Today we delve into the history of the English language and look at the Germanic, Romance, and other influences that have shaped the Modern English of today. @4:39 to 4:50 there's an error: the text should say "Middle English" not "Modern English". Both are true, but at that moment I'm talking about the changes from OE to Middle English. Support Langfocus on Patreon: http://patreon.com/langfocus Special thanks to: BJ Peter DeLaCruz, Michael Cuomo, Nicholas Shelokov, Sebastian Langshaw, Brandon Gonzalez, Brian Michalowski, Adrian Zhang, Vadim Sobolev, Yixin Alfred Wong, Raymond Thomas, Simon Blanchet, Ryan Marquardt, Sky Vied, Romain Paulus, Panot, Erik Edelmann, Bennet, James Zavaleta, Ulrike Baumann, Ian Martyn, Justin Faist, Jeff Miller, Stephen Lawson, Howard Stratton, George Greene, Panthea Madjidi, Nicholas Gentry, Sergios Tsakatikas, Bruno Filippi, Sergio Tsakatikas, Qarion, Pedro Flores, Raymond Thomas, Marco Antonio Barcellos Junior, and David Beitler for their generous Patreon support. **Clarification regarding the word "in": A lot of people have commented saying that "in" is of Germanic origin, which matches what I had previously thought. When researching this video I looked up the etymology of "in" and read that it's of Latin origin, meaning "into, in, on, upon". So I thought that it must have been one of the early borrowings into Germanic dialects that I mentioned in the video. But I went back and checked the source again, and I realized that the dictionary entry I was reading was for the PREFIX "in－", not the standalone word. The standalone word has always existed in the Germanic language family. And ultimately, both the Germanic and Latin words come from the Proto-Indo-European word "en".** http://facebook.com/langfocus http://instagram.com/langfocus http://twitter.com/langfocus http://langfocus.com Music: Main music 1: “Night Music” by Kevin MacLeod. Main music 2: Electro Sketch by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/) Source: http://incompetech.com/music/royalty-free/?keywords=electro+sketch&Search=Search Artist: http://incompetech.com/ Outro: “Urban Tough” by Media Right Productions.
Learn the secrets of success from those who built their own empires from scratch. You can try adopting the habits of super rich people and see how it will help you save money. Successful people are rarely night owls; they go to bed and wake up quite early. So this was the first habit I decided to take on. By the end of the first week, I noticed that I was able to do way more before noon than I could ever do during the whole day. One more week into the experiment I started waking up completely well-rested and excited to start a new day. Self-made successes swear by exercising every day for at least 30 minutes. After just 10 days, it already became a habit. I became more concentrated and calmer. If meditating helps successful people stay on top of their game, it should help me out too. Networking is like currency for successful people. A lot of successful people (like Steve Jobs, for instance) keep a super minimalistic approach to fashion, often wearing the same outfit every day. Truly smart and successful people control their expenses and don’t spend their money on useless things. Music: Operatic - Vibe Mountain https://www.youtube.com/audiolibrary/music TIMESTAMPS Go to bed and wake up quite early 0:34 Exercise every day for at least 30 minutes 1:51 Meditate 3:01 Set goals and achieve them 3:57 Meet new people as much as you can 4:44 Read more useful books 5:34 Wear simple clothes 6:24 Be thrifty 7:10 Conclusion 8:08 SUMMARY -With will power of steel, I decided to wake up at the same time every day and come to work an hour early. It took me 3 days to get the schedule right. -The hardest part here wasn't even the gym itself, it was exercising after working all day. After just 10 days, it already became a habit. I started sleeping better and waking up easier. -Meditation turned out to be a really good way to get my head straight and renew my energy. -Even though I didn’t manage to tackle all my tasks, I was able to do more things in the first week than I did during the entire previous month. -I learned to find common ground with people from the get-go, met a lot of extraordinary individuals, and made some really good friends. -I carried a book with me at all times and read it on the way to work and back home or during lunch. As a result, by the end of the first month, I had finished my fourth book. -I no longer had to waste time every day choosing my outfit, deciding whether or not it matched or if it was trendy and whatnot. -I started out by making a list of everything that I bought every day so that I could see what I spent my money on. This system helped me save 40% of my salary in the first month and almost 60% in the second. -New habits really did completely change my life for the better. Subscribe to Bright Side : https://goo.gl/rQTJZz ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Our Social Media: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/brightside/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/brightgram/ 5-Minute Crafts Youtube: https://www.goo.gl/8JVmuC ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- For more videos and articles visit: http://www.brightside.me/
The only and the best book that I used for preparing for TOEFL - http://amzn.to/1OEthrg Teacher (Jonathan), who helped me prepare for TOEFL - https://goo.gl/07A5sz Ask a TOEFL question on my forum - https://goo.gl/ZkACzV Use this book for improving your vocabulary for TOEFL - http://amzn.to/2aYCIVg How to register for TOEFL and report your scores - https://youtu.be/6R19kw1eM1g The best way to get ready for TOEFL is to spend a couple of weeks learning English in a language school abroad: https://goo.gl/zjLm6s I have recently taken TOEFL and scored 117 out of 120. I am originally from Russia and have never lived abroad for a long time, that's why I decided to share my tips on how to pass TOEFL iBT test and score more than 100. Such score would get you into a top university in the USA or anywhere else where TOEFL is accepted. I share my tips for reading and listening section, I would share more in my next videos. Stay tuned and subscribe! -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Please watch: "HOW I LEARN ENGLISH BY WATCHING TV SHOWS - vocabulary, topics" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7uSHsac_-gI -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-
This webinar is part of the "Shaping the Way We Teach English” webinar series brought to you by the American English team. For more resources to teach and learn English, visit http://americanenglish.state.gov Most EFL teachers have had the nerve-wracking experience of being observed for evaluation purposes, either during teacher training or as part of an institutional performance review. This webinar explores how teachers can turn this stressful situation into a positive professional development opportunity by engaging in collaborative peer observations. The session examines how to structure and conduct peer observations, discuss how to create an environment that promotes trust and growth, and identify the benefits of being both the observer and the observed teacher. The webinar also demonstrate features of the new "Shaping the Way We Teach English: From Observation to Action" video-based resource for EFL teachers.
This session is part of the "American English” Live teacher development event series. For more resources to teach and learn English, visit http://americanenglish.state.gov
With a mobile device students can learn English while engaging in activities that get them out of their seats talking and exploring. This webinar introduces mobile language learning activities that require no Internet connection. Instead, language learners are encouraged to take pictures, record audio, make a movie, and partner with peers to enhance all four skills- reading, writing, speaking, and listening. This webinar will also offer tips for keeping students focused.