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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Stop for that School Bus! – United States – American Culture

Stop for that School Bus! – United States – American Culture

Hi. I’m Denise. Today I want to talk about school buses, specifically what to do if one stops in the street in front of you. If you drive in the suburbs in the United States, then you are likely to see school buses, and if you do drive here then you should know the law […]

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American Culture: Popular Automobiles Brands In America

American Culture: Popular Automobiles Brands In America

Hey everyone! Today I want to do a video on popular automobile brands that are sold in the United States Now these brands are what everyday day average American people drive. And at the end Ill show you more expensive, more luxurious brands, that you don’t see everyday. So here we go! You see a […]

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Learn English with Jennifer – All skills: grammar, pronunciation, U.S. culture and more

Learn English with Jennifer – All skills: grammar, pronunciation, U.S. culture and more

Hello and welcome to English with Jennifer. Since 2007, I’ve been sharing my lessons with English language learners here on YouTube. All of my videos are grouped into playlists. Visit my website for the complete list. If you’re a beginner, start with my series “Learn English with Jennifer.” My other playlists are for intermediate and […]

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Stopped by the Police in United States – American Culture

Hi. I’m Denise. Thank you for watching my video. Do you know what to do if you see the flashing lights of a police car behind you while you’re driving? Well, let’s find out. The first thing you should do if you see the lights of a police car behind you while you’re driving is […]

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How to say HELLO! How are you? Greet Americans! English Pronunciation

How to say HELLO! How are you? Greet Americans! English Pronunciation

In this American English pronunciation video, we’re going to go over how to greet Americans. As some of you know, last time I was here in LA, at the YouTube Space, I made a video on introducing yourself to people. At the time, I didn’t know anybody. Now, I’m back again with all the same […]

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Vocabulary: Parties and Labor Day – American English Pronunciation

Vocabulary: Parties and Labor Day – American English Pronunciation

Hello Rachel’s English fans! Today we are going to go over vocabulary for parties, specifically, for a grilling/Labor Day party, which is what I went to just this past weekend. Labor Day is the first Monday in September in America, and it is a holiday. So, most people are lucky enough to have that day […]

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More American Bathrooms in the United States – American Culture

More American Bathrooms in the United States – American Culture

This is another bathroom a little different from the last one. In this one, the bathtub and the shower are separate, and this one also has two sinks. Some larger bathrooms have two sinks. But, again, it doesn’t have any drain in the floor. The water must stay in the tub or in the shower. […]

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What is a Garage Sale in the United States? – American Culture

What is a Garage Sale in the United States? – American Culture

Hi. I’m Denise. Thank you for watching my video. Have you ever been to a garage sale? Garage sales are very popular in the U.S. especially in the spring and summer time. A garage sale is when people get items that they no longer want and put them out for sale. Most of the time […]

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Where are the eggs in the United States? – American Culture

Where are the eggs in the United States? – American Culture

Hi. I’m Denise. Thank you for watching my video. Have you ever been shopping in the United States in the grocery store and wondered, “Where are the eggs?” Well, let’s take a look. Are they near the potatoes? No, I don’t see any eggs here. Are they near the bananas? Nope. No eggs here. Are […]

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