Close your eyes and really listen

Close your eyes and really listen

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Vocabulary chunks to learn from video :

  • Are you really seeing?
  • Are you really listening?
  • Do you really feel your surroundings
  • Do you talk to people?
  • Try to understand other ways of living
  • Let your preconceptions go
  • Experience things the way they are
  • Without judgement
  • Put your phone down
  • Look around you
  • Breathe in
  • Touch something close to you
  • Travel slowly
  • Travel with intention
  • Travel fearlessly
English @ the Movies #2

English @ the Movies #2

 
[Movie Clips Trailers]

Vocabulary chunks to learn after watching the video :

  • Animals of all breeds
  • Predator and prey alike
  • In peace and harmony
  • Make the world a better place
  • Gripped by fear
  • Priority one
  • I’m here to ask some questions about  a case
  • You are under arrest
  • You are a key witness
  • We are in a really big hurry
  • I am on break
  • Deep down we are still animals
  • You are going to start a howl
  • From the creators of FROZEN
  • We all make mistakes
  • Change starts with you
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English @ the Movies

English @ the Movies

 

[VOA Learning English]

so long (interj.)

“parting salutation, 1860, of unknown origin, perhaps from a German idiom (compare German parting salutation adieu so lange, the full sense of which probably is something like “farewell, whilst (we’re apart)”); or perhaps from Hebrew shalom (via Yiddish sholom). Some have noted a similarity to Scandinavian leave-taking phrases, such as Norwegian Adjø så lenge, Farvel så lenge, Mor’n så lenge, literally “bye so long, farewell so long, morning so long;” and Swedish Hej så länge “good-bye for now,” with så länge “for now” attested since 1850 according to Swedish sources. Most etymology sources seem to lean toward the German origin. So long (adv.) “for such a long time” is from late Old English. ”   

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