Learn new vocabulary about beauty and fashion. Just like fashion trends, the words we use in English to talk about makeup, clothing, hair, and style, change quickly. The words that are used today are not the same as five years ago. There is a whole world of beauty vloggers and fashion hauls on YouTube. If you’re into fashion, you’ll want to look en point when wearing items from your most recent haul. If makeup is your thing, you’ll be wearing a red lip or using a palette to get a smoky eye. You’ll be sporting balayage or ombre hair (don’t worry -- I’ll teach you how to pronounce those new French-origin words too!). Watch and never forget the boyfriends of Instagram. Then take the quiz at https://www.engvid.com/english-slang-15-trendy-fashion-words/ TRANSCRIPT Hi, everyone. In this lesson we're going to look at trendy fashion words. These are words that I'm hearing used a lot now around our times, so let's have a look through the words and learn them one-by-one so we can sound really cool and fashionable. Let's start with: "en pointe". If something is en pointe, it means perfect, it looks so good. What you're wearing today, that dress, your dress is en pointe. It's so fashionable, it's so, so hot right now. Very similar meaning to something being "on-trend". If we think about the word "trendy", it means fashionable. But to say something is trendy isn't fashionable enough anymore, we have to change it and say: "on-trend". We could also change it and say: "bang-on-trend". If it's bang-on-trend, it's even more now, happening right this minute. Next, if we're talking about makeup... When I was younger we used to talk about wearing lipstick or wearing red lipstick, or a pink lipstick, but now instead of saying the word "lipstick", it's described as: "I'm wearing a red lip today." And the same thing, instead of saying: "eye shadow", "Oh, I bought this eye shadow. It's blue. Look at it on my eyes", you don't say that because it doesn't... Doesn't sound... Doesn't sound fashionable enough, it doesn't sound like you know about makeup. So, what people who know about makeup say is they say: "Oh, today I'm wearing a smokey eye." I'm not wearing a smokey eye, I haven't got anything on, but a smokey eye is when the eye shadow looks grey or dark, and it's most often worn at night when you're going out. You get your eye shadow these days in "palettes". And instead of wearing just one eye shadow, like, wearing a pink eye shadow, the eye shadow palette comes with about... Well, as many as you want I suppose, but from 4 to 12 eye shadows, and what they do is they put on the different eye shadows from the palette. So, they will talk about creating the smokey eye from palette number three, or whatever. Next is a makeup term that's been around for a few years. This makeup term came from when the Kardashians got famous because the kind of makeup Kim Kardashian would use was a kind of makeup that shades her face to give it a certain... To make it look like there's more shadow on the face and a more dramatic kind of foundation, which is done with different brushes. It's a kind of makeup technique called "contouring". Apparently it comes... Apparently it's a makeup technique that's been around for ages, but before, drag queens used to use it, men who... Men who were still men, but dressed up as women mostly for performance and being in shows and things like that. So it originally comes from there. And I did experiment with contouring. I once watched a few too many YouTube videos, and it all went terribly wrong, so moving on from contouring. Next we have "drugstore makeup". In England we don't have drugstores, we have pharmacies where you go and buy your medicine, and you can buy toiletries, but we don't have drugstores. We have chains of drugstores, for example, Boots or Superdrug, and you can go in there and buy makeup, but we never call those places drugstores. Yet, when people talk about makeup now, the younger generation, they will... They will talk about buying drugstore makeup, which means the kind of makeup that only... Only costs you a few pounds to buy, it's not the really, really expensive makeup, and you can... You can buy it easily, close... Close... Close where you live. So, drugstore makeup is the kind of makeup you can do that doesn't cost you so much money as the really expensive brands. So that's an American term, but it's being used a lot here now in England. The next... The next two terms are about hair. These are newer fashionable techniques for dying your hair, and the two words come from French. In the English pronunciation we'd say: "balayage".
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How to talk about fashion in English? Free Spoken English and Vocabulary Lesson In English, there are a lot of great words to describe fashion. If you really want to learn a lot of new and interesting words in English, pay attention to fashion! Fashion writers and designers are always trying to think of unique ways to describe clothing, and magazines are full of colourful phrases and expressions! In this lesson you will learn some useful vocabulary that you can use to talk about fashion! stylish / fashionable Wearing clothing that is popular now Fashionista One who designs, models, or markets high-fashion clothing or who is an ardent follower or consumer of the latest clothing fashions. Trendsetter A person or thing that establishes a new trend or fashion. Highstreet fashion High street fashion is all about wearing the clothes that walk out on the runway and are casual enough to wear on the street. Thrift shop A place where goods can be donated to be refurbished and sold. Usually benefits a non-profit organization. Saves landfill space, efficient, and overall benefits the community. Stylish A stylish person is someone who has a bold sense of fashion, like a queen with flowing robes and gowns, or your friend who always wears the best-looking jeans. Chic Someone who is Glamourous without being trampy, always grabs attention with their style, they are sophisticated, intelligent, and gorgeous. In Something which is currently in fashion or trend. Trendy What everyone else is wearing right now; a new, popular style. Vintage Old, but high quality and valuable; the item of clothing may have been worn before by someone else. Classic Traditional, always fashionable/stylish, popular for a long time.
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BoonDoggleBliss University Episode #1 - Dresses Reselling Dresses: Styles, Fashion, Clothing Key Terms, Descriptions, What Words to Use Cool Resource: http://www.words-to-use.com/words/clothing/ I am launching a series of episodes focused on describing clothing when selling on eBay, Poshmark, Mercari, Etsy, etc. This video is great for reseller beginners, your listing employees, experienced resellers that are changing categories and starting to learn women's clothing. In this episode we discuss: -Dress Style Names -Quick Recap of Main Dress Style Names -What measurements to include in your listing -What information to include (besides obvious) -Describing or Highlighting Dress Characteristics - Great Terms! -Style Subcultures (Overview) -Preview of future episodes in this series ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Poshmark Closet: https://poshmark.com/closet/boruka New user code REFERRAL CODE: PWOAO MERCARI Referral CODE: QEHXDK FASHIONSTASH Referral Code: 374f (case sensitive) Instagram: @BoonDoggleBliss Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/boruka/ ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ ***NEW TO MY CHANNEL? If so, I am a shopaholic and love fashion, and as a result I sell used women's clothes (as a hobby) on MERCARI, POSHMARK and now starting to sell on eBay. I have also sold clothes and accessories through variety of other means including apps such as 5Miles, OfferUP, Letgo, Vinted, Depop, Listia, Facebook, etc. ****************Affiliate Links**************************** Dymo Thermal Printer 4XL: http://amzn.to/2n2DRBl MARCH BOOK CLUB SELECTION: http://amzn.to/2lVhfFd My Lights - http://amzn.to/2kukRKa My Backdrops (4 Pack/Best Price) - http://amzn.to/2kml0zl My Scale (Pink & Under $20) - http://amzn.to/2khKbb6 My Car Phone Mount - http://amzn.to/2kIQDGJ My Plastic Bags - http://amzn.to/2l5HI0s My Polymailers - http://amzn.to/2l5HI0s My Camera (iPhone) - http://amzn.to/2kuFRAi The Fashion Book: http://amzn.to/2lDEjsb Fashion Design Directory: http://amzn.to/2lJzWw3 Fashion Designer’s Textile Directory: http://amzn.to/2kISoFt Directory of Shape & Style: http://amzn.to/2lDwwKU How to Sell on Instagram: http://amzn.to/2lDFGH0 Instagram Black Book: http://amzn.to/2lDIzb2
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Fashion trends are hard enough to keep up with but now there's all these new fashion words to learn? Let me, a fashion blogger, help you figure them out. ----Follow Me---- Blog: http://www.theoutfitrepeater.com Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/theoutfitrepeater Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/hannah_rupp Tumblr: http://www.hannah-rupp.tumblr.com Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/hannah_rupp Pinterest: http://www.pinterest.com/hannah_rupp Shop: http://shop1980something.etsy.com Last video: https://youtu.be/7Q7Gb0K10xU Subscribe: http://goo.gl/4cA9Qp FTC: Nothing in this video was sponsored. It's 100% me!
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French is quite useful if you work in fashion or in the beauty industry. Here are 22 French words and their correct pronounciation. And if you wanted to hear me speak French, today is your day! ;-) Thumbs up if you liked this video! New videos: Wednesday 5pm & Sunday 12pm (Paris/Berlin time). Take care! Justine ************************************* To contribute subtitles under any of my videos: http://www.youtube.com/timedtext_cs_panel?tab=2&c=UChxkFSjTE7nLCHsDk8_pRhg Thanks a lot to everyone translating my videos! ************************** MORE VIDEOS: 100,000 special! Home office tour: https://youtu.be/sifzIL9nYv4 What the colors you wear say about you: https://youtu.be/HkuJ14Ir9MQ French women & perfume (+ the French series as a playlist): https://youtu.be/3Xl2d3RQMPU Summer Q&A answering your questions: https://youtu.be/ReqlhVkwS28 ************************** I AM WEARING: Lips: NIVEA x Chantal Thomass n° 85 "Chocolat exquis". Similar (matte)*: http://rstyle.me/~a2aLf Similar (shiny)*: http://rstyle.me/~a2aLp ************************** SOCIAL Instagram: JustineLeconte_officiel Facebook: Justine Leconte Fashion Twitter: JustineLeconteO Pinterest: jleconteberlin My website (current collection): www.justineleconte.com/shop Newsletter registration (info about new projects & re-stock): https://goo.gl/5TEqQC Business requests only: [email protected] * Legal disclosure: those links are affiliate links. There are here for you to see the products and prices. If you buy a product through these links, I get a small share of the price (without the product being more expensive for you). You don’t have to use those links. It is up to you :-) #fashion #beauty #French
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In this lesson we learn some expressions connected to clothes and fashion. The lesson is upper intermediate or advanced. https://www.skype-lessons.com/vocabulary-lessons/ Please answer the following question to activate the vocabulary: Do you prefer wearing baggy or tight clothes? How do you dress? Scruff, smart, old fashioned, or trendy? Do you usually try clothes on before you buy them? On what occasions do you dress up? Do you hang your clothes up, or just throw them on the floor? Do you ever tie back your hair? Do you roll up your sleeves on a hot day? How old were you when you learnt to do up your shoe laces? Here is the vocabulary scruffy / smart, well dressed old fashioned/ stylish, trendy all the rage baggy, loose / tight, skimpy stunning, eye-catching, gorgeous put on / take off try on hang up wear out catch on dress up, dress down do up, zip up, tie up roll up (your sleeves) tie back (your hair) tuck in (your shirt) fit (size) go with, match suit Please subscribe for more vocabulary lessons. You can find more lessons and quizzes on my blog https://www.skype-lessons.com/ Please subscribe for lessons every week http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=MrSkypelessons
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This video contains the vocabulary in Learning's "Clothing" theme. All words are introduced in a LISTEN and followed by a blank review to allow students to practice. Anorak, baseball cap, bathrobe, bikini, blazer, blouse, boots, bow tie, boxer shorts, bra,cap, cardigan, dinner jacket, dress, dressing gown, flip-flops, gloves, hat, high heels, jacket, jeans, jumper, knickers, leader jacket, miniskirt, nightdress, nightie, overcoat pullover, pyjamas, raincoat, sandals, scarf, shirt, shoe, shorts, skirt, slippers, socks, stilettos, stockings, suit, sweater, swimming costume, t-shirt, tennis shoe, thong, tie, tights, top, trainers, trousers, underpants, vest, wellintons.
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In English, there are abundance of awesome words to describe fashion. If you want to learn a lot of new and interesting words in English, pay attention to our fashion video by PD CLASSES of Manoj Sharma. Fashion writers & designers are always trying to think of unique ways to describe clothing [ Fashionista , Conservative dresser , Trendsetter , Highstreet fashion , Thrift shop : A place where goods can be donated to be refurbished and sold. Usually benefits a non-profit organization. Saves landfill space, efficient, and overall benefits the community , Vintage , To be dressed to kill , etc. ]. Newspapers and magazines are full of colorful phrases and expressions. Our WEBSITE - www.pdclassessgnr.com Educator (Faculty) on UNACADEMY - https://unacademy.com/user/PdClasses To study with us, do watch - https://youtu.be/oo7N9eaoNPA Most Important educational videos (Pls don't miss to watch) English speaking videos - https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLgBfCxl0Vxz4-NwdzyoxVt54POfBbebQC INTERVIEW Videos - https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLgBfCxl0Vxz4ZE3PEp4ghaqm9VvMZmsMM Group Discussion - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6vS0mNgkR_Q&list=PLgBfCxl0Vxz6vmV6xhR5FlWHiZEvzXqrc Body Language - https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLgBfCxl0Vxz5Onqc0RxzjB9PQNBlvtT0k Teacher Interview - https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLgBfCxl0Vxz5vsYhsaMPM5k-TjlB8dT3P Bank Interview - https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLgBfCxl0Vxz5hCeuG5S94Fya3W0xz6Jba Cabin Crew interview - https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLgBfCxl0Vxz6Ip5uomyn6aDoymV470xsv MR Interview - https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLgBfCxl0Vxz53J7mAFvBC6n-RYAJ9FS0f Whether you are a citizen of India or Pakistan, Bangladesh, Nepal, or a NRI, non resident Indian or Pakistani settled in Dubai, Canada, US, UK, Australia, Italy, Greece etc., you must watch this English (PERSONALITY DEVELOPMENT) learning video of PD CLASSES RAJASTHAN to speak fluent English. PD CLASSES RAJASTHAN (YouTube channel) focuses on learning English for people whose mother tongue is Hindi. You will find English lessons related to spoken English conversation, Grammar, and sentences you would use in your daily English speaking. Pls watch & study from all our English lesson to be a fluent English speakers and speak English without hesitation. please subscribe for more video LIKE | COMMENT | SHARE | SUBSCRIBE "Join [email protected] to learn English at home" Be a part of our fb page - 7th day personality Development Classes Avail our 3rd book to learn English at home - '70 ways of Spoken English' youtube.com/c/PDCLASSESRajasthan google.com/+PDCLASSESRajasthan in.linkedin.com/in/pdclasses Welcome for the next 7 days coaching from PD CLASSES (Food & Accommodation are arranged from PD Classes) FB / INSTAGRAM - pd.classes
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In this English lesson you will learn the vocabulary we use to talk about clothing in English. Words to describe fabrics, patterns, and styles. Please subscribe to this channel and share the video. My lesson are also interactive and you can find them here as well as +20,000 more @Curious on anything from tennis, to test prep, to tango. As my student, get 20% OFF! http://curious.com?coupon=curiousteacher20&ref=rtewtxKfH_E Please support me and help me make more videos: https://www.patreon.com/stucamwarren For interactive online English courses: https://curious.com/yourenglishweb
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I had to learn some new words when I went shopping for clothes in the US. Here's a short video that goes through some of the different words we have for clothing in British and American English. Make sure you subscribe to this YouTube channel. https://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=vickihollettvideo Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/SimpleEnglishVideos/ Twitter: @vickivideos To get notified by email when we publish a new video, sign up to our mailing list: https://forms.aweber.com/form/46/1978668946.htm Visit our website to see our videos with transcripts and much more: http://www.SimpleEnglishVideos.com There you can get email updates on new videos and live classes and also download a free copy of 'Fix It', a checklist for correcting common English mistakes http://www.simpleenglishvideos.com/free-fix-it-checklist/
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Clothes | Learn English | Uk English Words | Lesson 6 The words used in this video : -CLOTHES -Dress -Sweater -Hat -Coats -Knickers -Dressin gown -Trousers -Anorak -Sock -Cap -Skirt -Pyjamas -Leggins -Shorts -Raincoat -T-shirt -Ties -Dungarees -Sun dress -Jeans -Waistcoat -Underslip -Rain Hat -Shirt -Cardigan - Jumper -Track suit Follow me ! https://www.facebook.com/ukenglishwords/?ref=bookmarks https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLhE02ZvOuXXql23u4KGeEx2rzyP1ImTey ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- Learn english,learnin english,english,vocabulary,basic english,speak,speak english,free english,uk english,pronounce, language,let's learn english,englisch lernen,englisch,Inglés engels,Inglese ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 英語,английский,الإنجليزية, Αγγλικά 64 Sundays by Twin Musicom is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution licence (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/) Artist: http://www.twinmusicom.org/
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The European origins of fashion have reduced us to Google the occasional tricky terminology and label names. While we have mastered the more commonly used ones, we are still left with a hesitant linger more than a confident roll of the tongue. Whether your worldly travels have polished your elocution or if your learn-from-a-screen, less than covetable articulation (which does nothing to deter you away from label love); there are others like you. We did the rounds and challenged the coolest crew to pronounce the trickiest words and here’s what it sounds like. Video By: Those Guys KEEP UP WITH VOGUE INDIA:: Official Website ►http://www.vogue.in Exclusive Videos ► http://bit.do/SubscribeVogueVidoes More Videos ► http://bit.do/VogueIndiaVideos Facebook ► http://bit.do/FacebookVogueIndia Twitter ► http://bit.do/TwitterVogueIndia Instagram ► http://bit.do/InstagramVogueIndia Google+ ► http://bit.do/GoogleVogueIndia ABOUT VOGUE INDIA:: Vogue places fashion in the context of culture and the world we live in - how we dress, live and socialise; what we eat, listen to and watch; who leads and inspires us. Vogue India brings you the best of global and Indian fashion, beauty, people, parties and culture. CHECK OUT OUR OTHER CHANNELS:: GQ India ► https://www.youtube.com/IndiaGQ CondeNast Traveller India ► https://www.youtube.com/IndiaCNTraveller Architectural Digest India ► https://www.youtube.com/ArchitecturalDigestIndia OUT NOW! VOGUE Enhanced Magazine for iPad: http://bit.ly/19bULFl VOGUE India Magazine for iPad / iPhone: http://bit.ly/10eZjzd VOGUE India Magazine for Android: http://bit.ly/ZQA8D8 VOGUE India Magazine for Windows 8: http://bit.ly/ZKiW6i How To Pronounce Fashion Words? | Latest Fashion Terms | VOGUE India
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More Things to Wear Learning English Uk English Words Lesson 7 The words used in this video : -Laces -Slippers -Earrings -Necklace -Glasses -Shoes -Mittens -Handbag -Scrunchie -Braces -Buttons -Handkerchief -Buttonhole -Suit -Overalls -Gloves -Ring -Boots -Trainers -Belt -Buckle -Sandals -Tiara -Hair Bobble -Bracelet -Uniform -Rubber Boots Follow me : https://www.facebook.com/ukenglishwords/ https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLhE02ZvOuXXql23u4KGeEx2rzyP1ImTey ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- Learn english,learnin english,english,vocabulary,basic english,speak,speak english,free english,uk english,pronounce, language,let's learn english,englisch lernen,englisch,Inglés engels,Inglese ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 英語,английский,الإنجليزية, Αγγλικά 64 Sundays by Twin Musicom is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution licence (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/) Artist: http://www.twinmusicom.org/
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✅ https://youtu.be/puNo0sxC3VI 👉 Check the latest Video - American Idioms I love to use the most? 16 Brand New Vocabulary & Slang Words added to the Dictionary in the New Year (2018) – Free English Lessons Hello everybody, you’re with me Ceema, Let me wish you a Happy new year 2018. Today I am bringing you yet another very interesting English speaking practice lesson. Since you are trying to learn English online and learn new ways of saying different things, we need to learn new English words to expand our vocabulary bank in order to speak fluent English confidently. Don’t you think? As a matter of fact, the English language is constantly growing. This is because new vocabulary is being introduced from new technology, science, finance, recent pop culture and even from other foreign languages. I had fun trying out some new words that have found their way into the dictionary in the new year 2018. I know you will enjoy learning them too. So In this spoken English lesson on the New Year’s eve let’s see 16 new words that are just added to the English dictionary. For detailed explanation on these 16 new words visit – http://www.learnex.in/slang-words-added-in-new-year-2018/ Like us on Facebook – http://www.facebook.com/letstalkpodcast Follow us on Instagram – http://www.instagram.com/letstalkpodcast Watch Previous Lessons by Ceema - Responding To Unusual Situations (Death, Sad, Unexpected Gift, Fired) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b7Zs4oQBsMI Vocabulary & Phrases to talk about 'SEX & PEOPLE' - Advanced English Lesson https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A9Ui1BfAVfo Getting Out Of A Conversation Without Being Rude? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uOMFdHdFtDY
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How to Pronounce the 100 Most Common English Fashion Industry Words With DouglasESL will help English students to learn about Fashion Industry Vocabulary correctly in English communication & writing. Practice using Fashion Industry Vocabulary to improve your ability to discus Businesses English topics about the Fashion Industry. I hope this video helps everyone to communicate extremely well when using Business English Fashion Industry Vocabulary.
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✔️ LEARN 20 WORDS https://youtu.be/TSGdNMzlrcg What does Boutique mean? Learn the meaning of Boutique as we define this advanced vocabulary word with a simple definition, pictures, example sentences, English pronunciation and audio. Boutique definition (noun) a small store that sells fashionable items Boutique pronunciation: boo-teek Examples of Boutique in a sentence: 1. On Second Street, there is a quaint little boutique sells handbags and cute clothing. 2. The boutique specializes in plus size clothing and caters to women with curvier figures. 3. Every Saturday, the boutique has a sale where accessories and jewelry are half off. 4. The boutique clothing is priced higher because the small store sells couture items. Boutique synonyms and other related words for Boutique store, shop, fashion house, outlet, dress shop, creative store, exclusive shop, small clothes shop, specialty shop, small shop, creative shop, fashion shop, luxury store, fashion clothes shop, fashion gift shop, luxury shop, showroom, gift shop, gift store, creative boutique, outlet store, galleria, salon Dictionary Definition & Sentences Page https://wordsinasentence.com/boutique-in-a-sentence/ FOLLOW ME ON TWITTER + VISIT OUR VOCABULARY RESOURCE LEARNING WEBSITES (Bookmark 'em!) 👇 ► http://VocabularyVideos.com - a memorable name that'll redirect you to our word of the day vocabulary videos. ► https://WordsinaSentence.com - our sentence dictionary Website, where we define words with sentences ► https://wordsinasentence.com/vocabulary-word-list/ - our A-Z list of vocabulary words ► https://Twitter.com/vocabularyhelp - Twitter account for my vocabularic tweets
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Trending words in English ( New words in English)- Free English Lessons Blog : http://www.learnex.in/free-english-lessons-trending-words-english-vocabulary Are you someone who likes to stay updated with the latest trends and fashion? Then it’s time to stay updated with trending words in English. In this English lesson, you will be updated with the latest trending English Vocabulary. Website : http://www.letstalkpodcast.com Facebook Fan Page : http://www.facebook.com/letstalkpodcast Affluenza: people want to be healthy and rich. They stress themselves to attain more wealth. Blame storming: a situation where one person blames the other. The blame keeps getting passed on from one person t another. Edutainment: a blend of education and entertainment. A process of learning through fun rather than the conventional style of learning. E-quaintance: a person you know via online. You have never met the person in real time. Freemale: a single, unmarried and an independent woman. She does not want to date or marry anyone. She is happy being independent and enjoys her freedom. Flightmare: a terrible flying experience or a delayed flight. If you have a baby on your flight who can’t stop crying, you are experiencing a flightmare. Guesstimate: a partial calculation and partial guess work. A blend of guessing and an estimate make ‘guesstimate’. Informania: someone who loves collecting information. He is a maniac when it comes to information Netizen: someone who loves spending time on the internet. A citizen of the internet is someone who is a netizen. Staycation: Stay home or visit nearby places when you are on a vacation Weblish: informal English used on the web. No rules followed, no punctuations, just casual and informal English.
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✔️ LEARN 20 WORDS https://youtu.be/TSGdNMzlrcg What does Vogue mean? Learn the meaning of Vogue as we define this advanced vocabulary word with a simple definition, pictures, example sentences, English pronunciation and audio. Vogue definition (noun) a trend or largely admired fad Vogue pronunciation: vohg Examples of Vogue in a sentence: 1. When the most popular girl in school wore her hair differently, a new vogue took place the next day when everyone was wear that same hairstyle. 2. Once the idea of using scarves as decorations took effect, it came into vogue for many teenage girls who care about their appearance. 3. People began to wear leg warmers over their jeans in the 1980s, but that style went out of vogue in the early 1990s since they were uncomfortable. 4. Painting the front door a bright color has become vogue because many people now want this part of their house to stand out. 5. Many celebrities will don the fashion styles taken from the most recent fashion shows to display the latest vogue in clothing. Vogue synonyms and other related words for Vogue fashion, style, rage, mode, trend, fad, craze, currency, thing, chic, popularity, custom, look, last word, prevalence, stylishness, stylish, latest, modish, practice, acceptance, celebrity, dernier cri, eclat, elegance, fashionable, fashionableness, favor, in, elan Dictionary Definition & Sentences Page https://wordsinasentence.com/vogue-in-a-sentence/ FOLLOW ME ON TWITTER + VISIT OUR VOCABULARY RESOURCE LEARNING WEBSITES (Bookmark 'em!) 👇 ► http://VocabularyVideos.com - a memorable name that'll redirect you to our word of the day vocabulary videos. ► https://WordsinaSentence.com - our sentence dictionary Website, where we define words with sentences ► https://wordsinasentence.com/vocabulary-word-list/ - a-z vocabulary word list with sentences ► https://Twitter.com/vocabularyhelp - Twitter account for my vocabularic tweets
Learn about clothes in this fun song for kids! Is that an elephant wearing socks? Is Matt wearing a superhero suit? Wow! What are you wearing? Sing-along and challenge as the song gets faster. Song Starts at 00:48 after vocabulary building intro. Teachers, to add some action into watching this video with your students: Ask students to stand up and point to the item of clothing they are wearing while singing along to the video. Original Song by written and recorded by Matt. Video by Dream English creative, powered by coffee fit for a superhero. Song and video are copyright Dream English 2016. To download over 100 children's songs and chants for free visit www.dreamenglish.com thank you.
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Neely Fuller jr explains that in order to counter the racists we must make up words or redefine the words that they give us. Visit https://producejustice.com/?affiliate=9
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Learn the most popular slang used in England! I'll teach you the definitions of these words and how you can use them to sound posh, middle class, or childish! We'll be looking at: "sorted", a trendy word that is often used in advertising; "innit", a very common word that you can use in informal conversations; and "dab", which is most often used by children and usually includes a bit of a dance. You won't learn this slang vocabulary in grammar books, so watch this video, then do the quiz at https://www.engvid.com/3-popular-slang-words-in-british-english/ TRANSCRIPT Hey, everyone. In this lesson we're going to talk about three slang words that I hear around in London all the time. I'm sitting on a bus, someone uses this word; walking down the street in the supermarket, hear these words. These words are just, like, following me around or something because I'm hearing them way too often. So these must be the most well-used, most fashionable slang words at this time. Okay? Let's start with number one: "Sorted". "Sorted" is a word from the 1990s, and it seemed to die for a while and nobody was using it, but now everyone's like: "Sorted. Sorted." You use "sorted" when you have just finished or agreed to something, and now it's done, so you say: "Sorted". "Sorted" as in done or fixed. So someone could say to you: "Have you got...? Have you got the food ready for the dinner party this evening?" You go: "Sorted. Sorted." And people do that kind of enthusiastic movement, like... Or like little proud eye: "Sorted. Sorted." And I always think it looks a bit lame when people say: "Sorted", or I think they're trying to look cool when they say it. But it seems to be... It seems to be said a lot at the moment, it's used in a lot of advertisements. See it, watch it. Sorted. So it must be... Must be really hip and trendy now. When... In my... In my ears this is, like, someone who's trying to hold on really hard to the 1990s and they still think it's cool to say, in my mind. Maybe I missed out on why this is so cool. And I also think it's quite yuppie, kind of yuppie kind of... Yuppie kind of word, so you've got a bit of money. Maybe you're not that cool, but you'd like to think you are and you... Or maybe you've got enough money to buy cool things and go to cool places, but you're still not really that cool. You might be the kind of person who says: "Sorted. Sorted." Okay. Let's move on to the next word which is a classic, an absolute classic, but one that endures is: "Innit". "Do you get what I'm saying, mate? You're having a laugh, aren't ya? You better take that back to your shop. Innit"? "Innit" means "isn't it", but it gets put on the end of when you say something to show that you're finished speaking, but also to emphasize what you said before. It means: "Isn't it". I did a shouting example then, but I can say... If I want you... It's a question type, so I can say: "Oh, the weather's terrible today. Innit?", "The weather's really bad today. Isn't it?" You can put... You can put it at the end of any statement to either emphasize or make someone agree with you. So whereas "sorted" was the... Let's say more upper-class word, "innit" is the more working-class word. And if you wanted... If maybe if you are a bit posh and you didn't want everybody to know, you might use the word "innit" sometimes just so you can, like, look like you're cool with the kids. Next example, really hot right now is: "Dab!" Just dabbing. You say "dab" if you do something that you think is really cool and you were successful at it. So, let's say I thought it was really cool to flip this pen and catch it... I didn't ca-... I can't dab. Right? I'm going to try it again. I've got more pens. Right? As long as I catch... Dab, dab. Dab. I'm dabbing. Okay? So that's what "dab" is. It translates as awesome or really cool, like: "Oh, unbelievable". Like: "Everybody cheer. Dab! Dab!" That's "dab". Dab's really hot right now. "Dab" is said by 12-year-olds and under. They can be of any... Any class. So let's just put "kids" here. They are the three hottest slang words of today in London. Thanks for watching. See you again soon. Bye.
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Neely Fuller Jr explaining how racists change definitions of words to suit them so to counter that we must redefine words with definitions that make sense. Visit https://producejustice.com/?affiliate=9 ***clip taken from https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e1Xlkf7nVpg
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Uncomfortable and unsafe to wear or irresistibly glamorous? Why don't men wear them too? Neil and Rob discuss the popularity of high-heeled shoes and teach you related vocabulary. Vocabulary: oppression being forced to do something by someone more powerful glamour the quality of looking fashionable and attractive transformative great improvement or positive change otherworldly belonging to an imaginary world rather than the real world act of subordination making someone do something to give them less authority or power to draw parallels to highlight the similarities between two distinct things flamboyant someone or something brightly coloured and that attracts attention work ethic belief that working hard is morally right You'll find the transcript and the vocabulary on our website: http://www.bbc.co.uk/learningenglish/english/features/6-minute-english/ep-190207 [Cover: Getty Images] Learning English is easy! Improve your English with our free English videos and lessons on grammar, vocabulary, pronunciation and English exams. Please use English when you comment. For more free English lessons and videos visit our website: http://www.bbclearningenglish.com
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Today, I continually give you the basic words and the samples, which you should remember before moving to the next part of the video1. ------------ 1.Mix I like to mix T-shirt with Jeans, especially for the casual style. 2. Casual style I like to mix T-shirt with Jeans, especially for the casual style. 3. Fashionable It’s really fashionable and convenient. 4. Convenient It’s really fashionable and convenient. 5. Tight I don’t wear the skirt which is too tight and too short. 6. Short I don’t wear the skirt which is too tight and too short. 7. Letting out It makes me feel like it needs letting out and letting down. 8. Letting down It makes me feel like it needs letting out and letting down. 9. Eye for fashion I suppose that each of us has the different eye for fashion. 10. Take pride in one’s appearance I have to confess that I take pride in my appearance, so I’ve never regretted spending a lot of money for it. 11. Casual occasion I like to mix T-shirt with Jeans. It’s really fashionable and convenient, which I prefer to dress for the casual occasion. 12. Timeless fashion This is one of the timeless fashions in the world. 13. Must-have item It likes a must-have item for fashion lovers. 14. To get a makeover I guess that it’s easy to get a makeover with T-shirt and Jean. 15. Put on It’s faster and comfortable when I just have to put on a pair of jeans and a T-shirt. 16. Shopaholic I’m actually a shopaholic so I always go crazy with a brand-new T-shirt and Jean for each season. 17. Look good in I look good in this style. 17. Slave to fashion I spend a lot of money like a slave for fashion. 18. Trendy I always feel that with this style, I’m so trendy and smart. 19. Have an eye for color I have an eye for color so, with my T-shirt and jean collection, I still know how to wear it suitable for the particular event. 20. For the particular event I have an eye for color so, with my T-shirt and jean collection, I still know how to wear it suitable for the particular event. 21. Dress up As a woman, I love to dress up and my choice is always T-shirt and jean. 22. Vintage There are still some styles that are always popular and fashionable like vintage. 23. Suede Suede shoes are the latest and the hottest trends in recently. 24. Denim The denim dress is the latest and the hottest trends in recently. 25. Fashion guru Women always want to be a fashion guru. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- SUBSCRIBE: https://goo.gl/Zd4cFB DOWNLOAD FREE Practice App iOS: http://apple.co/2j3DJBZ Android: https://goo.gl/LVf3jF VISIT OUR COMMUNITY: https://www.facebook.com/ieltsezdotcom
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English Vocabulary Part 3 - Clothes, Clothing related words
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Fashion words to express Fashion and its pronunciation. ARISTOCRATIC ,CATWALK,CRAZE,DASHING,ELEGANCE,FASHIONABLE ,GRACE,MANNERS.PRESENTABLE,REFINED,STYLISH,TRENDY,VOGUE
Have you ever wondered why we have so many words for the same thing in English? It's because we used to speak Anglo-Saxon until the French king William the Conqueror invaded us and brought the French language with him. French never became the language of the peasants and ordinary people; it was only spoken in the court of the king and among the powerful. For this reason, French words in English are more formal than their Anglo-Saxon synonyms. In this lesson, we will look at some English history, and I will give you examples of formal and informal words and where they came from. I am fascinated by the evolution of the English language -- how it has developed, changed, and adapted over time. Perhaps English is the world’s number one language for international communication because it always adapts, incorporating new words from different cultures and bringing these into the English language itself. Striking the right register -- knowing the right word to use in the right situation -- is incredibly important in English. English learners often use vocabulary that is more formal than a native speaker would use, so watch the lesson to learn how to correct this, so you can sound more natural when speaking English. https://www.engvid.com/formal-informal-vocabulary-french-anglo-saxon TRANSCRIPT Hi, everyone. I'm Jade. What we're talking about today is a little bit of a history lesson of the English language. We're going to talk about why English has so many synonyms, why we don't just have one word to things, sometimes there's more than one word for it. I'm also going to talk about informal language and formal language, why there's always so much of a choice in English. And the reason is because we always have this split in English between words that come from an Anglo Saxon origin and words that come from a French origin, and it's said that about 30... 30% of words actually have a... Can't speak today. Have a French origin and we still use those words today. And generally, the ones that come from French, they have a more formal quality to them, and the ones that come from Anglo Saxon are more neutral and they're the ones that native speakers use all time when they're speaking just among each other. But first I'm going to recite a little bit of a poem for you because this poem comes from Middle English, and the English that you'll hear is really different to the English that I'm speaking now. It will be like I'm speaking a different language, but what you will hear is the blend between Anglo Saxon words and French words. Okay? So let's see if I remember it. Whan that Aprill, with his shoures soote The droghte of March hath perced to the roote And bathed every veyne in swich licour, Of which vertu engendred is the flour. And I could continue, but I won't. And that comes from a really famous poem in English taken from The Canterbury Tales, and it's the first part of The Canterbury Tales called the general prologue. And it's in Middle English, the time when the peasants spoke Anglo Saxon English-peasants are the poor people-and all the rulers spoke French. And the reason that happened is because in 1066 there was a big battle when a French king of a part of France called Normandy came and defeated the English king at that time, and then he became king of England. So when he became king of England, he brought all his people over and the language of power in England at that time became French. So everybody who was in a position of power spoke French. So in the course the... Every decision-maker in England spoke French. Meanwhile, all the peasants just carried on speaking Anglo Saxon like they did before, and the words that they used and the language they spoke came from Germany and Norway. They were different tribes and before they came over to England. So there were two different languages going on. Plus it was only much later that the two... The two languages blended to become one language that we speak now that we have both, have both Anglo Saxon words and French words in our language. What else is important to say about it? I know there's something I've missed. Hopefully I'll remember what I missed. Oh yes. And because the kings and the ruling people spoke in French and the peasants spoke in Anglo Saxon, I feel like that distinction is still there. So when we're not trying to be formal or official or anything, we use words of Anglo Saxon origin. Only when we're trying to express ourselves in a very elegant way or an official way do we use the French origin words. So even though our language has become one thing, we're still keeping this idea in our language that the French words are sort of higher.
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Interesting Words to describe facial expressions – Free English Lessons. Blog : http://www.learnex.in/english-lesson-to-learn-english-vocabulary-about-facial-expressions In this English lesson you will learn some interesting vocabulary to talk about facial expressions in English. There are different facial expressions that can express different emotions and we also have different words to describe each expression. Facebook : http://www.facebook.com/letstalkpodcast Website : http://www.letstalkacademy.in Doleful - Sad / Morose My heart went out to the children on the street and their doleful faces. Glaring - Staring in an annoyed fashion The teacher glared at the students for misbehaving in class. Ecstatic - Very joyful/ Extremely joyful Jack was ecstatic when he landed his dream job. Exasperated - Irritated, frustrated Certain colleagues at work leave me feeling exasperated because of their rude behaviour. Grinning - Smiling naughtily The child grinned from ear to ear after completing his mischief. Annoyed - Angry The boss looked annoyed with Sally for being lax at work Fierce - Very angry / aggressive Jenny was fierce with anger when she heard that her Tom had been stealing at school. Mocking - Taunting or sarcastic The stock market seems to be mocking at the investors now a days with its constant ups and downs. We hope this English lesson has helped and you have learned some new English vocabulary. Use these words in your English conversation to speak fluent English.
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The world has lent so many words to the English language so I wanted to look at ten of my favourites. We have French words, Spanish words, Chinese words and so many more. It's a wonderful way to understand the influence of other cultures upon Britain and the English language. Which words have I missed out from your language? Tell me in the comments below. If you enjoyed this video please SHARE it with anyone you know studying English and of course hit the LIKE button. Stay connected with me on social media Website: http://www.eatsleepdreamenglish.com/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/eatsleepdre... Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/eatsleepdrea... Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/EatSleepDreamEnglish Camera: Canon G7X Editing Software: Final Cut Pro X Music by Epidemic Sound (http://www.epidemicsound.com)
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Learn more right now! New tips, jokes, "dirty grammar"... All in your 10-day "Everyday French" Crash Course, and all free. Click here: https://www.commeunefrancaise.com/youtube-welcome ================= Fashion is a staple of French culture, yet many of our everyday clothes actually are actually named after English words. I mean, they sound like English words, but we’re using these words… creatively. Words such as pull, jogging, sweat, slip, jean and other familiar english terms. So today I’m taking you on a tour of our drawers and wardrobes, to quickly learn about French clothing vocabulary. View the full episode and comments here: https://goo.gl/KikUEj ====================== Watch my latest episodes here: https://goo.gl/gptHXp https://goo.gl/unCRQS https://goo.gl/986YgK https://goo.gl/L9cnWn https://goo.gl/LY9g3r ====================== Want more videos about everyday Life in France? Go here: https://goo.gl/Lx1DxU to here: https://goo.gl/R92dxG -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Watch my latest episode: "Top 10 Most Beautiful French Words" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=drPomqNUff4 -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-
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In this English vocabulary lesson, I will teach you words that are being used a lot right now, and that have to do with current issues in society and politics. You may have heard these words already, but what exactly do terms like "millennial", "trigger warning", and "fake news" mean? Whatever your politics, this lesson will give you a perspective on the social trends and political change that is going on in our age. Test your vocabulary with the quiz: https://www.engvid.com/16-new-social-political-internet-words/ Next, watch my video on French words that we use in English! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yQStFX6SUXs&list=PL-Q2Xro-OWKe-pXnqtUKfD2Gpsbpu6Gl7&index=11 Or you can watch my vocabulary lesson on current fashion vocabulary and slang: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UnIwr2vkb94&list=PL-Q2Xro-OWKe-pXnqtUKfD2Gpsbpu6Gl7&index=5 TRANSCRIPT Hi, everyone. In this lesson we're going to look at new words for our times. These words reflect social movements or new things happening in politics. We're going to start with "millennial". "A millennial" is a person who's between the age of a teenager now and their late 20s. Thankfully I just escaped being a millennial, because millennials are whiny and they are... They're just so weak, and they're like little special snowflakes, very delicate. And millennials are just... They've been so protected all their lives that when it comes to it in the real world they are... They like whine and they shout, and they cry, but they don't do a lot. No offence to any millennials watching. [Laughs]. Next word is related to the millennials. The millennials need "safe spaces", because this world out there is... It's so... It's so mean and people say such horrible things that they need to be protected inside their safe spaces. And so, the idea of a safe space would be somewhere on a college campus where you know you can go and be safe, and you don't have to be scared or upset by any of the mean things that old white men and politicians say. Anything that offends you in the safe space, it's all very relaxed there. You can... Maybe you'll manage to, you know, do a bit of studying in that safe space, nobody can get to you. The next word is also related to the millennials in the safe space, they go here because there nothing bad will ever happen to them, but when they go out into the big wide world: "Oh no! Oh no!" They need "trigger warnings". "Trigger warnings" is... You give a trigger warning when something you're going to say could upset someone, it could be offensive to them, and it could create a trauma or a kind of flashback to them, and because they are so weak they can't hear this thing and they need a trigger warning to keep them safe. When someone is triggered, then they're triggered by something they don't want to hear, and sometimes they might scream, like: "No! No! I can't take it! No!" That's when they're triggered. So, because they have such big emotional responses to things they don't like, that's why they need the safe spaces. And I think actually, come to think about it, maybe the safe spaces are a good idea because they could just go in the safe space, and we wouldn't be in there, so they could do all that alone in the safe space. The next word is "social justice warrior", "SJW", also to do with the millennials. One of the things associated with them is that they protest a lot, they're vocal, they like to take a stand against the things they don't like, which they typically do online, they talk about things online or perhaps they go on protesting and things like that. "A social justice warrior" is someone whose main reason to protest is things to do with race issues or gender issues, and they... Or they think that... Or feminist issues. They think that... For whatever group they belong to, they think that life isn't fair for them, so that's the reason they protest. They're warriors, they're fighters, they're warriors. Next we've got "gender non-binary". A person who calls themselves gender... Say: "Oh, I'm gender non-binary", what that means is: "I'm not a man. I'm not a woman. I'm something in between those genders that hasn't... It can't be... Can't be specified as this or that. It's my own identity which is gender non-binary." Not the traditional man, not the traditional woman, but something in between. Next word is a word that's used as an insult or a term of offence to people, is "libtard". The "tard" part reminds us of the word "retard" which means disabled person, and the "lib" part comes from "liberal". When you put it together: "libtard" means somebody who's so liberal in their politics or their ideas or their vision and their view of the world, they've actually become retarded and disabled because of it; used as an insult. The next two terms we have to look at together. We've got "globalism" versus "populism". "Populism" in politics is movements like Brexit in the UK, and the election of Donald Trump in the USA. […]
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We hit the streets of Seoul, South Korea to find out if Korean people can speak in pure Korean without using any English loanwords. The opinions expressed in this video are those of individual interviewees alone and do not reflect the views of ASIAN BOSS or the general Korean population. Special thanks to our Seoul reporter, Yeonwoo. Follow Jun (HOST) on: Instagram ► https://www.instagram.com/drjun We believe that any ordinary person can deliver real news and commentary. Through our original and in-depth interviews of real people, we will challenge you - the global youth - to think critically and challenge various cultural and social issues. If our vision resonates with you, volunteer for ASIAN BOSS ►https://goo.gl/forms/4IM0VEoFKAB0pJxG3 Send us a message via our Facebook page if you have any questions or topic suggestions ► https://www.facebook.com/asianboss Are you curious about real people's perspectives from Asia on various cultural and social issues? Subscribe to ASIAN BOSS for more fun and informative videos ► https://goo.gl/TRcSbE
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Eat Sleep Dreamers you know that I try to teach you fresh modern British English. This English class has 10 of the freshest words and phrases in English that AREN"T in your English course book. Don't get me wrong, I like some of the English course books out there. It's just that once they are printed... that's it! No changes! But English moves so fast and there are new words all the time. So this English class is designed to keep you up-to-date with some of the latest words and phrases being used. 1. millenial 2. troll 3.fake news 4. start-up 5. click bait 6.lit 7. digital nomad 8. a thing 9. friend zone 10. solopreneur Do you want EXTRA English resources? If so, visit my Patreon page where I offer lesson worksheets, Live Q&A with me, Skype lessons etc. Check it out here - https://www.patreon.com/EatSleepDreamEnglish If you enjoyed this video please SHARE it with anyone you know studying English and of course hit the LIKE button. Stay connected with me on social media Website: http://www.eatsleepdreamenglish.com/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/eatsleepdre... Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/eatsleepdrea... Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/EatSleepDreamEnglish Camera: Canon G7X Editing Software: Final Cut Pro X Music by Epidemic Sound (http://www.epidemicsound.com)
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Learn more Spanish at LearnExpressions.com This short Spanish vocabulary lesson will teach you 10 new Spanish words, all to do with clothing. Each word is clearly pronounced by natives with two very different accents. The female voice pronounces the Spanish words in an Andalusian (Seville) accent and the male voice pronounces the words in a Catalonian (Barcelona) accent. It is very important to try to understand Spanish spoken by people from different parts of Spain. The Andalusian accent is notoriously difficult to understand, because of the tendency to under-pronounce the final part of each word. This video lesson will help you practice listening to two different Spanish accents. TESOL/TEFL Teachers: Please feel free to use this video, and any others on the Watch & Learn Languages channel to help your students learn new Spanish vocabulary. These videos provide easy-to-digest vocabulary lessons, which will greatly help your students' acquisition of new Spanish words.
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