Learn about cultural differences in 6 minutes

Learn about cultural differences in 6 minutes

Neil: Welcome to 6 Minute English. In this programme we bring you an expressive topic and six items of vocabulary. I’m Neil. Tim: And I’m Tim. So, we had an argument just before we started the show. Neil: We did, Tim. But no hard feelings? Tim: None. No hard feelings is something you say to […]

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10 More On TV As Platform And Podium from “Why The Monkees Matter: Even 50 Years Later

10 More On TV As Platform And Podium from “Why The Monkees Matter: Even 50 Years Later

This is a quote by Peter obviously. Who knows who’s sitting behind him? Janis Joplin. These guys were friends. So there’s also this ridiculous myth that nobody in music like The Monkees back then. That’s all not true. They lived in Laurel Canyon which is an area right above Hollywood. They had houses next to […]

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Grocery Shopping in the United States – English Vegetable Vocabulary – American Culture

Grocery Shopping in the United States – English Vegetable Vocabulary – American Culture

Hi. I’m Denise. Thank you for watching my video. Right now I’m going to go grocery shopping. It’s 9:30 at night and I’m just going to go in here so we can take a look at a grocery store. This store is open 24 hours so I can shop at any time. I think it’s […]

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08 Politics, War, And The Monkees from “Why The Monkees Matter: Even 50 Years Later

In this case obviously you’ve read the lyrics. It’s some pretty amazing stuff to be on mainstream television in the middle of what was the beginning I should say of the Vietnam War and how it was affecting everybody. That’s very bold thing for anybody have to say which i think is amazing. Then there […]

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02 Rosanne’s Writing History from “Why The Monkees Matter: Even 50 Years Later – Dr. Rosanne Welch

First thing is a little bit of who I am. On television I wrote for Touched By An Angel, Beverly Hills 90210, and Picket Fences and ABC’s News Nightline. When I decided to get into academia and start writing first of all the Monkees book obviously but then I’ve written a lot of stuff about […]

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10 English Words You’re (probably) Mispronouncing! | Difficult Pronunciation | Common Mistakes

10 English Words You’re (probably) Mispronouncing! | Difficult Pronunciation | Common Mistakes

Hello! I’m Emma from mmmEnglish and in this lesson, I’m going to share with you 10 English words that you’re probably mispronouncing! If you are learning to speak English, then pronunciation is probably one of the biggest frustrations that you have right now and these words that I’ve chosen are difficult because of the combination […]

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English Conversation: The Meaning of Hand Gestures

English Conversation: The Meaning of Hand Gestures

Hello. My name is Emma, and in today’s video, I am going to teach you all about how we use our hands in English. So there are many ways we use our hands in English. I’m going to teach you a lot of different ways we use them. A lot of students get very confused […]

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Welcome to Coopos Channel – American English Pronunciation – American Culture

Welcome to Coopos Channel – American English Pronunciation – American Culture

Hi. I’m Denise. Welcome to my channel. I’m a teacher, and I have been for many, many years. What do I teach? I teach English and I teach about life in the United States. Why do I teach these things? I teach them because people want to learn about them and because I like teaching […]

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French Restaurant – Key & Peele

French Restaurant – Key & Peele

– GOD, THIS PLACE IS SO NICE. – THIS IS SUPPOSED TO BE ONE OF THE BEST FRENCH PLACES IN TOWN. – MM, I DID NOT REALIZE THAT YOU WERE SO CULTURED. – YOU’RE SWEET. MY FRENCH IS PRETTY GOOD, SO I CAN ORDER FOR BOTH OF US. – OOH. – IF YOU’D LIKE. – […]

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Washing Clothes – Doing Laundry in the United States – American Culture

Washing Clothes – Doing Laundry in the United States – American Culture

Hi. I’m Denise. Thank you for watching my video. Today I’m going to talk about laundry. When Americans do laundry, they usually use both a washing machine and a dryer. Even if they don’t have their own washing machine and dryer in their own house, they usually use them in their apartment building. There might […]

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