Vampires, goblins and monsters under your bed. What do they all have in common? Kids believe in them. If you’re watching this, then you probably don’t believe in them, but maybe you used to. Knowing how to talk about things we used to believe in, or used to do is a really important part ofRead More Talk About Your Childhood! – Used To | EASY ENGLISH GRAMMAR
Hey, everyone. I’m Alex. Thanks for clicking, and welcome to this lesson on ten words you are probably not using correctly. So, just like the title says, I will look at ten words that most people think they know the meanings of, but really you might not. So, this video is intended for people whoseRead More 10 words you’re not using correctly
Hi, I’m Rob from Woodward English and today we’re going to learn vocabulary about the stages of life of children. Newborn A recently born child or animal You can use newborn for the first month or two. Example sentence A newborn baby can feel small and fragile. Infant A baby or very young child upRead More Stages of Childhood – English Vocabulary
Good morning, good morning. How are you today? Good morning, good morning. I’m happy let’s play. Good morning, good morning. How are you today? Good morning, good morning. I’m happy let’s play. Stretch up. Stretch down. Spin your head. Turn around. Move your shoulders. Up and down. Stretch your arms. And turn around. Good morning,Read More Good Morning Song for Kids
Hi there. I’m going to be talking to you today about Received Pronunciation, often shortened to “RP”, which is an accent of Great Britain, probably most widely taught as the accent that you’re meant to learn in language schools around the world. So I’m going to be talking about the relevance, the place of RPRead More The RP English Accent – What is it, how does it sound, and who uses it?
♫ Healthy music for a child’s heart, body and mind ♫ – [Voiceover] Goldilocks and the 3 Bears, from the award winning CD, La Di Da, La Di Di by the Learning Station. ♫ Once upon a time there were three bears ♫ And there was a girl named Goldilocks ♫ The bears went forRead More Goldilocks and the Three Bears ♫ Fairy Tales ♫ Story Time for Kids by The Learning Station
Hi again. Welcome back to www.engvid.com. I’m Adam. Today’s lesson is a bit more practical, especially if you’re going to be going to travel in an English-speaking country, you might want to know some of these words. We’re going to look at some medical vocabulary, and to talk about the issues that you’re facing. Okay?Read More Learn MEDICAL Vocabulary in English
Three jellyfish, three jellyfish. Three jellyfish sitting on a rock. One fell off. Two jellyfish, two jellyfish. Two jellyfish sitting on a rock. One fell off. One jellyfish, one jellyfish. One jellyfish sitting on a rock. One fell off. No jellyfish, no jellyfish. No jellyfish sitting on a rock.
hi this is miss Tracy and we're gonna do a song called ten little leaves and it's for the Fall so sing along with me one little two little three little leaves or little five little six little leaves seven little eight little nine low leaves ten leaves falling from the tree very good we'reRead More Preschool Songs for Fall – 10 Little Leaves – Littlestorybug