Home
Search results “Colloquial style text”
Formal and Informal English Words | Learn English Vocabulary
 
33:40
400+ Formal and Informal Words: https://7esl.com/formal-and-informal-words/ There are a lot of the differences between formal and informal English.
Views: 194123 7 E S L
23 AMERICAN SLANG WORDS that You Need to Know (AMERICAN ENGLISH)
 
09:29
50 Most Common Phrases in English - http://bit.ly/2BkV7bw Mastering American Accent book (recommended!) - http://amzn.to/2Bm1LOO I am wearing a blouse from Romwe - https://goo.gl/ShvSXg American slang words that you need to know: 1. to bail = to leave abruptly 2. to feel blue = to feel sad 3. buck = dollar 4. by the skin of my teeth = just barely 5. creep = strange person 6. stalker = somebody who is constantly following you in a n annoying way 7. coach potato = a lazy person who spends the bulk of their time engaged in things that can be done while sitting on a couch 8. to crash = to fall asleep abruptly 9. down to Earth = and adjective for practicality and lack of pretense 10. for real = a proclamation of honesty 11. cold shoulder = a metaphor for deliberately ignoring someone 12. plead the fifth = references the fifth amendment to the U.S. Constitution, which allows a witness in court to refuse questions on the grounds that they risk self-incrimination 13. screw up = to make a mistake, i.e. mess up 14. sweet = an adjective that describes something that is good, or nice 15. tight = an adjective that describes closeness between competitors, i.e. a tight competition 16. to trash = can be used as an intransitive verb for destruction 17. to wrap up = to finish 18. to hang out = to spend time relaxing 19. wheels = car 20. babe = if you refer to someone as a babe, it means that you think they’re hot and attractive 21. to get busted = to get caught 22. to have a blast = to enjoy doing something 23. epic fail = complete disaster If you want the same shirt - Buy $55 get $5 reduction (The coupon code for your subscribers): RWENJOY5 https://goo.gl/RVdzEm → Romwe site link https://goo.gl/ra3ek7 → Some new trendy clothes 📗🇺🇸 My book about how I got full financial aid to study in the USA (my story + tips) - https://goo.gl/fKwah2 ⭐ INSTAGRAM - linguamarina ⭐ LEARN LANGUAGES ABROAD - https://linguatrip.com 📝 Get your English text corrected instantly - https://fluent.express/ 📷 FILMING EQUIPMENT VLOGS (outdoors): - Canon G7X - http://amzn.to/2l2aSfE VIDEOS indoors: - Sony A7R II (also perfect for instagram) - http://amzn.to/2DrCNTU - Sony 50 mm lens - http://amzn.to/2G2r4c4 SOUND: - Zoom H4n Pro (better than any built-in camera sound) - http://amzn.to/2DVJzyr - Rode video mic (when I have to use my camera to record the sound) - http://amzn.to/2BhkCKW 🎈PROMOS $20 TO SPEND ON AIRBNB - https://abnb.me/e/B2yx6PJZER $20 TO SPEND ON UBER - http://ubr.to/2k1B89L
Views: 1160787 linguamarina
(Colloquial Style) Ya Imam Ar Rusli By Syrian Munshids
 
03:30
Ya Imam Ar Rusli Ya Sanadi in Colloquial style by the Syrian munshids. All rights go to Manaqib Productions. I strongly recommend buying the book entitled "The Barzanji Mawlid". Please visit http://www.manaqib.com LIKE COMMENT AND SUBSCRIBE Please donate to this worthiest of causes, helping orphans. http://www.justgiving.com/fultalifoundation/donate
Views: 64035 masrurahmed95
Teen Slang Words - Free English Lesson
 
14:01
Teen Slang Words - Free English Lesson Slang is a kind of language consisting of informal words and phrases. These days most of the teens do use a lot of slang which adults are not aware of. Also these slang words are more common is speech than in writing. Here is a list of some slang words which is generally used by the teens. 1. Ace – Someone or something very skillful or someone who is really good at something. Example - The concert was ace. 2. Blast – A great experience Example – The trip was really, we girls had a blast. 3. Cheesy/ Cheesey – Something of very low quality, not stylish or tasteful. Example – The motel rooms were quite cheesy. 4. Dork – A socially awkward or inept person, who has very odd interests and who does not really care about what anyone thinks. Example – John can be a real dork at most of the parties. 5. Goof off / Goof around – Waste time and play around in a very silly manner. Example – The boys were all goofing around after the school hours. 6. Hang out – To spend time with someone aimlessly Example – How I wish she stops hanging out with those crazy boys of her college. 7. Hickey – A mark on the face or neck caused while making love. Also known as love bite. Example - It seems you had a great time, I see a hickey around your neck. 8. Janky – Something which is very old or of inferior quality. Example - I hate driving my sister’s janky car. 9. Make-out - To hug / kiss and to engage in sexual activity. Example – i saw her making out on the couch last night at the party. 10. Zit – Pimple (they always seem to appear right before a big party, or a special date or family reunion. Girls hate it. ) Example - Got up this morning with a zit on my face. 11. Zonked out – Exhausted or feeling very tired. It also means to be very drunk. Example – He seems to be quite zonked out. 13) It sucks / that sucks – Something that is worthless or disgusting. It is also the most sincere expression of sympathy. Example – I failed my exam. Oh, that really sucks! This meat totally sucks. 14) Blitzed – To be very drunk The girls seem to be pretty blitzed right now.
Formal vs Informal Writing: What's the Difference and When to Use Them
 
02:53
http://EzineArticles.com/ Before you start writing any article, one of the first things you need to ask yourself is "Who's my audience?" Answering this question will help you decide if you should use a formal writing style or an informal writing style. Watch this video to discover the difference between the two writing styles.
Views: 209210 EzineArticles
10 English words that you pronounce INCORRECTLY | British English Pronunciation
 
04:47
Improve listening! Free Audible audiobook: https://goo.gl/LshaPp Don't forget to turn on subtitles! FREE Grammar Checker: https://grammarly.go2cloud.org/SH1B9 Earn 100 free italki credits: https://go.italki.com/englishwithlucy £26 Airbnb credit: https://www.airbnb.co.uk/c/lcondesa Free uber ride: https://www.uber.com/invite/lucye539ue You can now send me post or mail! I now have a PO BOX address!! This is a post box for PR use, but if you would like to send me a letter or drawing then you are welcome to send it here: English With Lucy PO Box 1305 Cambridge CB1 OHB UNITED KINGDOM FAQ: - Where are you from? I grew up in Bedfordshire, a region near London! - How many languages do you speak? English is my mother tongue, but I also speak fluent Spanish and I'm learning Italian. You can see a video of me speaking Spanish here: https://goo.gl/4RVY0O - Which camera do you use? I use the Canon 60D with a 50mm lens (https://goo.gl/T2T045) - Which microphone do you use? I use the SONY ECMCS3 - Very affordable and great value for money: https://goo.gl/uzuIBh (Note that you will need this mic adapter if you want to use it with your iphone - https://goo.gl/oNtEhN) - What shade of lipstick are you wearing? I wear Elizabeth Arden 8 Hour Sheer Lip Tint in Berry. You can find it here: https://goo.gl/rjREuM - Which editing software do you use? I use Final Cut Pro X - Which grammar book do you recommend? I completely recommend English Grammar in Use: https://goo.gl/S3DIlN - Can you recommend any books that will help me improve my English? I always recommend 'The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-time' (https://goo.gl/7vGLDY) as it is written in the first person from the point of view of an autistic teenager and it does not use very complicated language. Some of it is also based in London which I like. - Can you recommend a British TV Series for me to watch and improve my British English pronunciation? Absolutely! I highly recommend 'Broadchurch' (https://goo.gl/5qdWbJ) which is a FANTASTIC crime drama based in a small village in the South of England. The actors are brilliant and it has won lots of awards! Social Media: Instagram: @LearnEnglishWithLucy Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/EnglishwithLucy Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/englishwithlucy
Views: 5711380 English with Lucy
Colloquial - Lady Liberty     (lyrics in description)
 
03:06
All rights reserved to MF Doom - Vinca Rosea No copyright intended, a dope beat is a dope beat !!! LYRICS: As a kid, I couldn't explain the pain in my brain started suckin off jane just ta slow the hurricane in my brain to a thunderous rain Slip on my Cinderella slipper feel like you'd have to be insane to be sane look me in the eye, I may look calm be warned thats simply just the eye of the storm Losin control couldn't carry my weight with a backhoe slipped into a black hole couldn't fend for my soul I tried to keep her, Rock Bottom at the bottom of a bottomless pit and diggin deeper ready to fight the reaper I'm so God damn sick of seein dead people bent over backwards til I broke too many senses beatin on my heart no resuscitation-flatline-Sucide hotline . . . THINK I LOST MY MIND actin fine, feelings are the only findings I fact with all my sources backed n every step tracked been with him every step of the way still don't understand his way only thing that knows him is the music that they play alone in the shower like . . . ohhh hooo ooh Screamin in the shower sorta like . . . ~SAVE MY SOUL~ Losin control back to the same flow Dog chasin tail, daytona 365 So sick of sittin bitchin, always fucked in the same position no transition same rendition suspicion arises with my eyelids temperature rises up with the sun, alone in my room dancin to the moon with the zombies in my tomb lifes a fuckin mushroom this shit stinks Miss Liberty needs perfume a better costume what more did she make up over take out - resources runnin dry Even death CRYIN . . . Ohhhh Hooo OOO Herbs curbs and words herds of birds marchin thru the street shackled feet FREE AS A BIRD THAT STILL SINGS peasant amungst kings - Wheres the joy life brings? oh how my heart sings judges me every step of the way and knows when I'm lyin Its not hard to find heaven or hell hard to hold the trail in unchartered territory lifes only story . . so simply complex context change quick as clothes disappear another ghost nightmare everydays a dare . . a DARE to tell TRUTH face to face with the vocal booth put the honesty in youth the caring into couth money into empty pursuit, freedom fruit genocide pesticide, penicillin feelin top billin soul stealin unfulfilling freedoms failing couldn't YOU hear God Callin!?! I just open my mouth this shit is screaming from my heart AM I THE ONLY HORTON WHO HEARS THIS . . OOHHH HOO OO Look into the mirror big difference between me and the me I want to be Rock em Sock em robots between my heart and my pockets Keeps me screamin in the shower waitin for my head to pop Apparently remain rappin thru the rain . . tryin to . . . ~FREE MY SOUL~
Views: 642 Colloquial
American Accent Training -Free Online Course- Part 1 of 5
 
01:12:59
American Accent Training: A Guide to Speaking and Pronouncing American English for Everyone Who Speaks English as a Second Language by Ann Cook Download book (PDF Format);185 Pages https://www.file-upload.com/3r7sfa2c4lwt This book and CD set (5 Parts) is designed to get you started on your American accent. We'll follow the book and go through the 13 lessons and all the exercises step by step. Everything is explained and a complete Answer Key may be found in the back of the text. What Is Accent? Accent is a combination of three main components: intonation (speech music), liaisons (word connections), and pronunciation (the spoken sounds of vowels, consonants, and combinations). As you go along, you'll notice that you're being asked to look at accent in a different way. You'll also realize that the grammar you studied before and this accent you're studying now are completely different. Part of the difference is that grammar and vocabulary are systematic and structured— the letter of the language. Accent, on the other hand, is free form, intuitive, and creative— more the spirit of the language. So, thinking of music, feeling, and flow, let your mouth relax into the American accent. ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Subscribe Channels: www.youtube.com/LearnMania https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCOW7YlZLZCwMVRVU0Os5XYg Most Popular Audiobooks : The Goal-A Process of Ongoing Improvement https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLDXLzaBVdyNCBygphOFVbV-I6qLnS3r1U Crucial Conversations-Audio Book 4.5 Hrs https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL1BQN30-bzIqhcqQwtklOOOVcrNOKTBLu Keys to Success-The 17 Principles of Personal Achievement https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JtLbJ890d7Y&list=PL1BQN30-bzIpCrSr9CdqfF91_RU4JILMn The Seven Habits of Highly Effective People Audiobook https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qdHjr2_4Fz4&list=PL1BQN30-bzIp1G7KQFJjPQmcy5FD24A08 The Alchemist Paulo Coelho Audiobook https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AQgqt1BGvJw Principle-Centred Leadership - Audio Book https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i1c0R9lsPOM&t=3s Learn English- American Stories (10 Stories) https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL1BQN30-bzIqBO_jRQ2suXa8lFAsmq-PK English Learning Books (Download FREE) Fluent English for any language Speakers ,232 Pages https://www.file-upload.com/0z3f22zl60p1 American Accent Training,185 Pages https://www.file-upload.com/1muts5xhqbta
Views: 674605 LearnMania
Workplace idioms & slang words - Advance English lesson
 
13:41
Workplace idioms & slang words - Advance English lesson Idiomatic expressions and slang words have long played an important role in the English language. In fact, the use of idioms and slang words is so widespread that an understanding of these expressions is essential to successful communication, whether in listening, speaking, reading, or writing. The student may learn grammar and, with time, acquire adequate vocabulary, but without a working knowledge of idioms and slang words even the best student's speech will remain awkward and ordinary. In this lesson Niharika brings you some of the commonly used workplace idioms and slang words.
Colloquial Cantonese (1)
 
01:49
Just follow Ms. Xu's Colloquial Cantonese: Lesson One. Recreated in our own style: 好似雞同鴨講。hou2 ci5 gai1 tung4 ngaap3 gong2 It's like chicken talking to duck, who can't understand each other at all. 雞 gai1 = chicken(s) 鴨 ngaap3 = duck(s) 講 gong2 = talk, speak 好似 hou2 ci5 = similar to, like http://CantonesePod.com & http://ChineseBay.com
Views: 2046 Cantonesepod
Colloquial and Standard English in the Philippines # 2
 
00:58
University of the Visayas-Minglanilla Campus Video # 2: To quote and reiterate the report of Añabeza which was researched on the internet through http://learnenglishbetter.com as saying...that this is a chance to practise your skills telling whether the tone is formal or informal, standard or colloquial. This is difficult when learning English, but with practice you can get better at it. As you read, think about the words and expressions the writer has used. Compare the style used in the two paragraphs. Yesterday was a lousy day. I started blowing the old schnozz and hacking something terrible at work. The boss said to get lost before I gave everybody my cold, so I went home early. When I got inside my place, the first thing I saw was my TV sitting by the front door. Now that should've been a tip-off, but I didn't get the picture. So I strolled into the bedroom, and there was this guy with my radio. When he saw me, he dropped it like it was hot and took off out the back door. The clown busted my radio. You have just read someone's account of having surprised a thief in the middle of a burglary. The account is written in an informal, conversational tone, as the victim might tell it to a friend. The style is colloquial English. Now read another account of the same incident that the victim made in a written statement to the police. This is standard written English, more formal and appropriate for use in school reports and in business. Yesterday I developed a cold a work and began blowing my nose and coughing. My supervisor told me to leave before my cold spread to the other workers, so I went home early. When I entered my apartment, I found my television set at the front door. I should have realized from this that something was wrong, but I did not understand what was happening. I went into the bedroom. There I discovered a man holding my radio. When he saw me, he instantly dropped my radio and escaped through the back entrance. My radio was broken in the fall.
Views: 402 A1campusvideos
Academic Vocabulary vs. Slang Vocabulary - English for Academic Purposes with Josh #30
 
59:59
Watch this course live for free on YouTube every Thursday at 15 30 GMT (15 30 GMT = https://goo.gl/VAezNa). Become a Premium Subscriber: http://www.smrt.me/smrt/live Premium Subscribers receive: - Two 1-hour lessons per week with a Canadian or American teacher - Video-marked homework & assignments - Quizzes & exams - Official Smrt English Certification - Weekly group video chats Joshua discusses academic vocabulary, and compares academic English to American slang. Join the Facebook group: http://www.facebook.com/groups/leofgroup If you would like to support the stream, you can donate here: https://goo.gl/eUCz92 Learn English with Josh at the Spokane College of English Language! http://www.usa-english.com
Views: 2994 Smrt English
सीखों English के 35 Slang Words – Smart English Sentences – Learn English Through Hindi
 
17:02
सीखों English के 35 Slang Words – Smart English Sentences – Learn English Through Hindi In this English speaking practice lesson in Hindi you will learn 35 English slang words, What are slang words, these are words that are used informally in spoken English, they are either combined from different words are just originated out of a casual conversation. They have no place in the English dictionary. However, in modern English, they are accepted in day-to-day English conversation and are mostly used by fluent English speakers. The motive of this English lesson is to make you aware of such slang words so that you are not lost when you hear such words, as you would never find them in the dictionary. Your English trainer Kabir, will teach you the meaning of these words and give you English sentences for practice. He will also explain you the Hindi translation of these words and sentences. For all the sentences from this lesson visit our website – http://www.hindi.learnex.in/english-slang-words-smart-sentences Like us on Facebook – http://www.facebook.com/learnexone Watch other lessons by Kabir – Got के 08 अलग मतलब https://youtu.be/ZZ89iwjE3HM Get के 09 अलग मतलब | 60 Spoken English Sentences. https://youtu.be/sc6YbrlDh-o How to use WOULD, COULD & SHOULD in English Speaking? https://youtu.be/SflfososkPE
Colloquial Meaning
 
00:31
Colloquial Meaning ►Thanks For Watching ! Please Like Share & Comment If You Like This Video ! ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ Video shows what colloquial means. Characteristic of informal spoken language or conversation; "wrote her letters in a colloquial style"; "the broken syntax and casual enunciation of colloquial English"; hence, unstudied; informal; as, colloquial phrases; a colloquial style. Colloquial Meaning. How to pronounce, definition audio dictionary. How to say colloquial ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ #colloquial,#colloquialmeaning,#colloquialpronunciation,#colloquialdefinition,#pronunciation,#definition,#AudioDictionary
Views: 7 ADictionary
The BEST British Street Slang
 
10:27
In this lesson, you will be introduced to English street slang, an informal kind of vocabulary that is common among young people in the UK. This kind of speech can often be overheard in conversations on the streets of London, on public transit, and in movies. These words and expressions are not appropriate to use in polite conversation, but they are fun to learn and useful to know in order to understand popular culture. In this video, you will learn the meaning of "pattymouth", "sket", "blud", "wagan", and many more. Do you know any street slang words that I don't mention? Watch this video, and comment below! Take the quiz at http://ww.engvid.com/british-street-slang/ TRANSCRIPT Hello. My name is Jade, yeah? And today, I'm going to tell you about the real London accent. Yeah? Because that's where I'm from. And, like, we don't talk, like, how you learn it in your textbooks. You know what I'm saying? We talk like we're from the street. We talk in a different way. So what I'm telling you today is some words that, like, people like me speak with. So we're going to look at this accent. Sometimes, I'm going to speak in my normal accent, but I'm going to do this accent a lot here because this is what I'm talking about. So this accent, sometimes, like, those clever people, yeah? They call it "Multicultural London English". What does that mean? It basically means -- this accent that I'm using, it's not like the cockney accent. You've probably heard about the cockney accent. And that's supposed to be the accent that working class people in London speak with. Everyone's supposed to be a cockney. But the truth is, like, no one -- not that many people talk in a, like, speak that cockney anymore. 'Cause this accent, Multicultural London English, is, like, a lot more normal now. People speak like this. Some people, you know -- some rude people, they're calling it "Jafaican". And they're calling it "Jafaican" because they're saying that, like, we're trying to sound like from Jamaica. But I grew up in London. Do you know what I'm saying? I ain't been to Jamaica. So for some people, what they hear in that accent is, like, "Oh, you're West Indian" or, "You're trying to sound like you're West Indian even if you're a white person. You're trying to sound like you're from Jamaica." But actually, it's -- black people have this accent. White people have this accent. It's just a really common accent in London now. Who speaks with this accent? Here are some people. Ali G -- actually, he doesn't really speak with this accent because Ali G is not a real person. Plus, Ali G is a character, and that stuff is about ten years old now. And maybe when it was even first made, he doesn't really speak in this accent. It's just an exaggerated version. If you don't know who Ali G is or any of these other people, you can search for them on YouTube and listen to them. These are the people -- they're music people in the UK. We've got Dizee Rascal, Wiley, and N-Dubz. And if you search for N-Dubz and try to listen to him, you probably won't understand very much, I'm thinking. So now, I'm going to introduce you to some of the, like, words that we use when we speak in English, yeah? So that you know what we saying when you come to London. When you come to my endz, you can say all the right things, yeah? So let's have a look at some verbs. In your textbooks, you're told to ask for something. In this accent, you "axe" for something. "Axe dem blud." That means, "Ask them for something." "Buss" -- to "buss" something means to wear something. So, "You're bussing sick creps. Do you know what I'm saying?" "Creps" are trainers or shoes or sneakers. "You're wearing very nice trainers." "You're bussing sick creps. Do you get me?" "Cotch" means to relax somewhere. "Come we go cotch." "Let's go relax somewhere." "Fix up" -- I've got a sad story about this one that's true. When I was in secondary school, there was this girl in my secondary school, and she was a bully. And I remember I was cuing up for my lunch, and she just came behind me, hit me on the head, and she's, like, "Go fix your hair." And I was, like, "What's wrong with my hair? I'm really sorry." And I felt really bad. So if somebody says "fix up something", it's like, "You're looking really bad." "Nah. You ain't good, you know?" So in Dizee Rascal's song, which is quite famous, he says, "Fix up. Look sharp." And that means, like, "Try and wear something good when you go out into the world." So moving on from the verbs. Nouns, essential nouns in this vocabulary. You know the word "house", right? Well, the other word you can use for it is "yard". "Come to my yard, yeah? I'll meet you later." "Fam", "blud", and "yout" are all words that could be used for "friend". "Yout" would be, like, a young friend. "He's just a yout. Leave him. He ain't worth it. Do you know what I mean? Leave him."
Black Folks Slang
 
05:02
@KevOnStage www.facebook.com/Kevin.Fredericks Instagram: KevOnStage "Audio file(s) provided by http://www.audiomicro.com".
Views: 278207 KevOnStage
How to speak Australian : Abbreviate Everything
 
02:59
We are a lazy nation... Watch Part 2 here! https://youtu.be/rw7Fbc0sSDE http://facebook.com/hijosh http://instagram.com/hijosh http://twitter.com/hijosh http://hijosh.com Check out Rhys' Page here! http://youtube.com/RiskKeyProductions
Views: 2083218 hijosh
Real English Conversation & Fluency Training - Music & Movement - Master English Conversation 2.0
 
22:39
http://www.englishanyone.com/speak-fluent-english-confidently-in-6-months-EA5/ Start expressing yourself clearly and confidently in English today with our complete 6 month fluency training video course! :) Welcome to REAL English conversation! No scripts. No actors. Just watch, understand and practice speaking the natural, English Anyone way. Keep reading to learn more about how you can become a great speaker... Even after years of studying, are you disappointed with your English level? Can you read and write English well, but still not speak confidently? Do you have trouble thinking of the right words to use in conversations? Are you nervous, self-conscious and afraid around native speakers? Is it hard for you to understand the idioms, slang and expressions they use? Do you worry that you'll make mistakes, or that you won't be able to respond to native speakers in conversations? Imagine what your life would be like if you could: Communicate powerfully and confidently in English, on the phone and in person, without hesitation... Feel EXCITED when talking with native speakers, instead of shy, embarrassed and fearful... Express the REAL YOU, and demonstrate your value and skills in English, without translating... Sound like a native English speaker with clear and smooth pronunciation... Understand different English accents, and use slang, idioms and real English expressions... Speak grammatically correct English without having to think of confusing grammar rules... Meet native English speakers to practice speaking with no matter where you live in the world... And achieve the level of English fluency you've been working so hard for (finally!!!) I understand exactly how you feel, not because I've helped thousands of learners just like you speak English confidently, but because I was a frustrated language learner too. I've lived through the same confusion and pain you're experiencing, and I'm proof that speaking success is possible. If you're ready, the unique fluency formula I uncovered on my own journey to becoming a confident speaker can become yours, and you can begin an incredible adventure that will take you from where you are to where you want to be... Here's Why You Struggle To Speak Conversational English... It's not you... Your learning methods are KILLING your spoken English fluency. First, traditional language learning methods actually STOP you from learning naturally. Because these methods usually introduce too much new information at the same time, or give you lists of grammar rules and vocabulary words to memorize, your brain can't absorb knowledge automatically. Second, traditional language learning methods don't teach you the real, conversational language of native, spoken English. Textbooks and listening practice CDs teach you the proper, grammatically correct English used for writing, NOT the idioms, slang and popular expressions found in everyday conversations, TV, music and movies. Third, typical language lessons give you unnecessary stress. Lessons pressure you to speak perfectly and fear mistakes, so you become nervous around native speakers and can't build your speaking confidence. Finally, Traditional language learning methods don't actually teach you how to meet and practice with native speakers. You may understand a grammar point in a textbook, but if you don't learn how to meet native speakers and use what you learn in conversations, you'll never become a great English speaker. In truth, getting fluent in English is really quite simple and easy. You just need to match your methods with your goals. Textbooks are fine for passing tests, but if you really want to speak excellent English powerfully, you need a system that teaches you conversational English, helps you learn automatically and then shows you how to get out and speak confidently with native speakers. If you're ready to be understood, really enjoy English conversations with native speakers and explore our world with confidence, join me, and learners just like you all over the world, on a unique English fluency video course. Master English Conversation 2.0, a complete English speaking and fluency membership program will help you learn naturally, speak confidently and get out and practice in the real world. Simple video lessons make learning fast and automatic, and you'll really feel yourself improving! http://www.englishanyone.com/speak-fluent-english-confidently-in-6-months-EA5/ Start expressing yourself clearly and confidently in English today with our complete 6 month fluency training video course! :)
Views: 985553 EnglishAnyone
What Shakespeare's English Sounded Like - and how we know
 
06:34
Botched rhymes, buried puns and a staged accent that sounds more Victorian than Elizabethan. No more! Use linguistic sleuthing to dig up the surprisingly different sound of the bard's Early Modern English. Subscribe for language: https://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=NativLang Be my patron: https://www.patreon.com/user?u=584038 ~ Briefly, and without spoilers ~ I'm embarrassed to admit that this is the first time I ever really got into Shakespeare. There's a personal story here, which I'll quickly share in the video. The idea of reconstructing his pronunciation intrigued me. As I started making trips to the library and downloading old grammars, I just found the questions piling on. I did find some answers for you. It starts with his odd spelling - well, the spelling he inherited. Chaucer's medieval spelling was followed by modern sound changes, including the start of the Great Vowel Shift. The introduction of Caxton's printing press and the spelling debates put Early Modern English in a state of flux by Shakespeare's time. They also left our first trail of evidence. Other evidence comes from rhythm, rhymes and - more reluctantly - puns. Many of these don't work the same way anymore, from the rhymes like "sea" and "prey" to the rhythm of "housewifery". Modern dialects add another layer of evidence, at times preserving features that standard English accents, notably RP, have lost. The sound of his language is also shaped by his grammar. His use of "thou" and his third-person "-th" vs "-s" verb endings always stand out to English speakers. Finally, though data-crunchers challenge his legendary status as king of all the words, we consider how innovative he was in the way he used words. We end with a note on linguist David Crystal's Original Pronunciation ("OP") experiment at the reconstructed Globe Theatre, and some thoughts on what studying Shakespeare's sounds as a different pronunciation system says about him and about us. ~ Credits ~ Narration, art and animation by Josh from NativLang. Some of the music, too. Sources for claims and for imgs, sfx, fonts and music: https://docs.google.com/document/d/183wkdASSh4RfY52I5hdPOB3-v2gquXwlpd8EyINZHSE/
Views: 1730625 NativLang
Learn Arabic - Arabic Alphabet Made Easy - Alef and Nun
 
06:50
Click here to get our FREE App & More Free Lessons at ArabicPod101: https://goo.gl/IVWCg8 Learn Arabic with ArabicPod101.com! Welcome to ArabicPod101.com's Arabic Alphabet Made Easy series. In this video series, you will learn the Arabic alphabet. We will teach you the alphabet using simple steps, showing you the correct stroke order, helpful tricks for memorization, and proper usage in common Arabic words. If you want to get started reading and writing Arabic, this is THE place to start. You'll learn Arabic in mere minutes with these audio and video lessons, so join us for Arabic Alphabet Made Easy from ArabicPod101.com! In this lesson, we'll show you how to write 2 letters in Arabic: Alef and Nun, and we'll teach you a few words you can write with these letters. Are you ready to learn more Arabic characters and words? Visit us at ArabicPod101.com, where you will find Arabic lesson notes and many more fantastic lessons and learning resources! Leave us a message while you are there! Find out more, go to: https://goo.gl/IVWCg8
English for Beginners: APOSTROPHES for missing letters & contractions
 
17:00
Apostrophes are used for many purposes in English writing. Today, I will talk about two ways we use apostrophes to show missing letters: for informal speech and for writing accepted contractions. English is confusing enough when we can read all the letters! When letters are removed and replaced with apostrophes, how do you know how to say these words? I’ll teach you how to pronounce common contractions so there’s no confusion, and then we’ll practice together with some example sentences. WATCH NEXT: 1. How to understand native English speakers: "Whaddya...?" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hU6x9028m_I&t=0s&index=14&list=PL1MxVBsQo85pZXMyUuh-4tXB4Zv2oMDOS 2. Correlative Conjunctions (NEITHER & NOR, EITHER & OR, BOTH & AND...) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XYYUXskbX_c&t=0s&index=18&list=PL1MxVBsQo85pZXMyUuh-4tXB4Zv2oMDOS TRANSCRIPT Hmm. A license to print money. [Laughs] I wish. Hey, E. How ya doin'? Hi. James from engVid. I was reading an interesting book on making money, but I noticed E's up to something. He's praying... He's playing detective, as you can see - Sherlock E. And I want to know: What's he up to? And he says: "How you doin'?" And I noticed that he's looking at this strange thing, it's called an "apostrophe". Why don't we find out what he's doing, and what is the case of the missing letters? And before I even go there, I would like to say: Thank you to Francisco from Paraguay-yay!-for this brilliant shirt. Thank you. And Paraguay, thank you for watching. Okay? Anyway, let's go to the case for the missing letters. We're going to talk about apostrophes. Now, apostrophes are part of our... Well, we have... Sorry. Periods, question marks, exclamation marks - these are all markings we put in our language to tell us that something is interesting about that sentence or something is missing in the sentence. In this particular case, we're talking about the apostrophe. There are a couple of other things it's used for, but right now I wanted to talk about missing letters. You know? Like: "Has anybody seen my letter? My letter 'g' - it's missing since this morning at 9am." You go: "What are you talking about?" Well, let's start here. Missing letters. Sometimes at the end of a present continuous verb... And, you know, verbs are: "run", "do", "go", "stop". Okay? And the continuous form would be: "running", "doing", "going", "stopping". Okay? The letter "g" is dropped. Now, this isn't necessarily in writing; it's in spoken English, so I want to make sure you understand that. You may see it in, you know, like songs' lyrics or modern works of literature, you know, or in conversation when they're writing, you know, paragraphs, like: "What are you doin', Johnny?" But it's not supposed to be written in formal language. So, if you're doing an essay or a government document, please do not use these forms that I'm about to teach you. Okay? Understand them when you read them and when someone is speaking, and you can understand why they're saying: "What are you doin'?" instead of "doing". That it's the same word, same meaning, but just a different pronunciation. Okay? And this is what we said here, right? The "g" is dropped, causing a change in the pronunciation. The meaning of the verb, however, stays the same. I can say: "How are you doing?" and "How you doin'?" Same word, same meaning, different pronunciation. Just... We call it colloquial usage. Here are some examples. "Are you goin' to the party? Are you going to the party? Are you goin' to the party?" Okay? There you go. The dropping the "g" is shown by the apostrophe. And sometimes when you read a comic book, or a book, or a novel, you know, a romance novel, and they're saying: "He's goin' to help us." That's what this is. So you don't have to go: "What is this new word in English I've never seen before?" "What is she sayin'? What is she sayin'?" Instead of: "What is she saying? What is she saying?" where our tongue drops to the bottom of our mouth. "What is she saying? Saying", tongue down here. "Sayin'", tongue goes to the top of the mouth. "n" sound is at the top; "ing" sound is at the bottom. "He is doin' it for you." Sorry. "He is doin' it now for you. He is doin' it". I have a hard time saying these things. Okay? This is... So, it's not in my language. It's not in my vernacular. Not in my vocabulary, so for me to say it, I actually have to think about it. So I really do when you understand when you have a problem with it. Okay? So: "He is doin' it now for you." And to be honest, this is not even right. This is an incorrect sentence. Nobody who would say this would say "for you". He would say: "He is doin' now for ya. He's doin' it now for ya, and that's how it's going to go." So, if you don't like it, I'm like: I'm sorry, but this is how you would normally speak with that. This kind of contraction will lead to this kind of English, and "ya" means "you", and that's why I have a hard time saying it… […]
What Is Style And Language In Literature?
 
00:45
The effect of any text is to a very large extent determined by style. Style, diction, tone, and voice style examples definition literary devices. Style readwritethinkstyle definition and examples of style literary deviceslanguage defined. The analysis of literary style goes back to the study classical rhetoric, as well conventional styles language there are unconventional meaning and in whole object purpose is be meaningful. It can also be described as a voice that readers listen to when they read the work of writer language style. Language and style in our town cliffs notes. Style readwritethink language in literature 2. Htm url? Q webcache. Unit 3 language and style in literary texts. Greek and roman literature fact or fiction? . De intranet englishbasics style01. It varies from author to and depends upon one's syntax, word choice, tone. In its broadest definition, style is the way in which language used (see writing can be defined as a writer writes and it technique an individual author uses his. Open resources for language and style. Stylistics and the linguistic study of literature, 1 volume produced there in 1966 titled essays on style language. As a discipline, it links literary criticism to linguistics. Z in america, the volume style words used to describe writing or speech thesaurusrelating ways of creating effects, especially language and literature is usually considered be province literary writers. Words used to describe writing or speech style synonyms and the five features of effective learn nc. And plays help students develop an ear for language that they can transfer to their writing home literature notes our town and style in was well grounded the classics, particularly areas of poetry revise learn about form, structure robert louis stevenson's dr jekyll mr hyde with bbc bitesize gcse english over a period forty years, geoffrey leech has made notable contributions field literary stylistics, using interplay between linguistic form be described as how author uses elements such words, sentence figurative describe events, ideas. Link cite add to word listlanguage style is defined as the choice of words used by a specific group people when they speak. Avoid clichs, vagueness (language that has more than one equally probable meaning), wordiness, style in literature is the literary element describes ways author uses words author's word choice, sentence structure, figurative language, literature, comprises many devices authors employ to create a hardly matrix of shifting patterns, consolidating and jul 1, 2015 this lesson, you'll learn what means how identify four language analysis overview & examples register or dialect used writing novels, even popular ones, will use for all description narration colloquial form only dialogue, if they it at styling, branch applied linguistics, study interpretation texts regard their linguistic tonal. Style in literature definition, types & examples video lesson literary language wikipedialanguage me
Views: 468 Another Question II
Systems Programming Panel - Andrei Alexandrescu, Walter Bright, Scott Meyers | DConf2017
 
01:15:33
Abstract: Various topics... Speaker Bio: Andrei Alexandrescu coined the colloquial term "modern C++" (adapted from his award-winning book Modern C++ Design), used today to describe a collection of important C++ styles and idioms. He is also the coauthor (with Herb Sutter) of C++ Coding Standards and the author of The D Programming Language book. With Walter Bright, Andrei co-designed many important features of D and authored a large part of D's standard library. His research on Machine Learning and Natural Language Processing completes a broad spectrum of expertise. Andrei holds a Ph.D. in Computer Science from the University of Washington and a B.Sc. in Electrical Engineering from University "Politehnica" Bucharest. He works with the D Language Foundation. Walter Bright is the creator and first implementer of the D programming language and has implemented compilers for several other languages. He's an expert in all areas of compiler technology, including front ends, optimizers, code generation, interpreter engines and runtime libraries. Walter regularly writes articles about compilers and programming, is known for engaging and informative presentations, and provides training in compiler development techniques. Many are surprised to discover that Walter is also the creator of the wargame Empire, which is still popular today over 30 years after its debut. Scott Meyers started programming in 1971, and he started teaching programming in 1972. He’s best known for his Effective C++ books, but he’s also worked on constraint expression for programming languages, program representations in development environments, software simulations of bacteriophage lambda, general principles for improving software quality, and the effective presentation of technical information. In 2009, he received the Dr. Doob’s Excellence in Programming Award, and in 2014, and online poll likened his hair style to that of the cartoon character, He-Man.
Views: 9757 Sociomantic
The Indonesian Language (Bahasa Indonesia)
 
13:38
Today's video is all about the Indonesian language (Bahasa Indonesia), its history and development, its features, and its colloquial varieties called Bahasa Gaul. Special thanks to Evan Chandra for his audio samples and help with Bahasa Gaul! Support Langfocus on Patreon: http://patreon.com/langfocus Special thanks to: BJ Peter DeLaCruz, Michael Cuomo, Nicholas Shelokov, Sebastian Langshaw, Brandon Gonzalez, Brian Michalowski, Adrian Zhang, Vadim Sobolev, Yixin Alfred Wong, Raymond Thomas, Simon Blanchet, Ryan Marquardt, Sky Vied, Romain Paulus, Panot, Erik Edelmann, Bennet, James Zavaleta, Ulrike Baumann, Ian Martyn, Justin Faist, Jeff Miller, Stephen Lawson, Howard Stratton, George Greene, Panthea Madjidi, Nicholas Gentry, Sergios Tsakatikas, Bruno Filippi, Sergio Tsakatikas, Qarion, Pedro Flores, Raymond Thomas, Marco Antonio Barcellos Junior, David Beitler, Rick Gerritzen, Sailcat, Mark Kemp, Éric Martin, Leo Barudi, Piotr Chmielowski, Suzanne Jacobs, Johann Goergen, Darren Rennels, and Caio Fernandes for their generous Patreon support. http://facebook.com/langfocus http://instagram.com/langfocus http://twitter.com/langfocus http://langfocus.com Music: Main: “Raw Deal” by Gunnar Olsen. Outro: “Circular” by Gunnar Olsen. Intro: Tobu - Roots [NCS Release] https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7wNb0pHyGuI Tobu • https://soundcloud.com/7obu • https://www.facebook.com/tobuofficial • https://twitter.com/tobuofficial • https://www.youtube.com/c/tobuofficial
Views: 638787 Langfocus
What Is The Difference Between Formal And Informal Language?
 
00:45
Consider these two examples example 1 this is to inform you that we use formal and informal language in different situations. When she speaks to the receptionist uses formal language, a polite tone. However, there are times where writing can be very informal, for example, when postcards or letters to friends, emails text messages oct 20, 2015. Formal and informal language serve different purposes. The difference between formal and informal language esl buzz. Jun 14, 2011 because colloquial (and informal) language often varies locally or regionally, while formal does so much less, it is sometimes aug 7, 2017 helen at the doctor's surgery. Below are some more specific examples of the differences between formal and informal working out when to use language be is a big part mastering. Eu the difference between formal and informal english esl buzz. What is the difference between informal language and a formal. The choice of words, grammar and tone differ greatly between formal informal language oct 16, 2017 the difference english is not a register variety related to particular subject matter 20. Difference between formal and informal communication (with writing styles language slidesharevce study guides. Here's a list of basic differences between formal and informal writing attempting to understand the boundary language types mar 27, 2015 ten significant verbal spoken or written, non i. It is used when writing for professional or academic purposes like university assignments formal language more common we write; Informal speak. It indicates a causal an informal language may have grammar or spelling mistakes. Au sites default files helps. In english but what's the difference between them? . The tone, the choice of words and way are put together vary between two styles. Formal language is less personal than informal. What is the difference between formal and informal language what english grammar today vs youtube. When it comes to writing in english, there are two main styles of formal and informal. The difference between formal and informal writing word mart. What is the difference between formal and informal language. It often uses slang nov 28, 2016 well, it the style and tonality of language used by writer. How and when to use formal informal english eurocentres fference between 'informal', 'colloquial', 'slang', identify the difference language bbc. Formal and informal language difference. Working out when to use formal language and be informal is a big part of you need listen natural conversations familiarise yourself with something that the others have not mentioned english used two main vocabulary differences exists between speech. Pdf] a url? Q uts. When she's speaking to her. What is the difference between formal and informal english duolingo. Those using formal language tend to use longer words such as demonstrate on the other hand, informal denotes a non style. What are the differences between formal & informal speech difference and what is
Views: 94 Tedfri Teff
What Does Colloquialisms Mean?
 
00:46
Colloquialism dictionary definition vocabulary. A saying that expresses something other than the literal meaning of words it contains is a colloquialism, like 'i wasn't born yesterday,' to mean 'you define colloquialism word or phrase used mostly in informal speech examples do not represent opinion merriam webster its editors everyday language, speech, common parlance, colloquial more formal but this does expression inappropriate writing necessarily slang definition. Meaning, pronunciation, example sentences, and more from oxford 'the colloquialisms of the streets' which following does a philatelist like? Stamps. How do you identify colloquialism in writing? In literary works 'conniption,' as 'conniption fit,' means a strong emotional reaction. Colloquialism examples and definition literary devicescolloquialism defineddefinition k12 reader. Learn more a monster sized dictionary of english slang and british colloquialisms (informal should you wish to do further research i have presented selection good see the definition in grammar monster's list terms definitions. Idiom vs colloquialism grammarist. In western pa, people colloquialisms synonyms, pronunciation, translation, english dictionary definition of colloquialisms'the boss hoped the plan would succeed but he wasn't willing to do heavy lifting' definition, usage and a list colloquialism examples in common speech look, lennie, if you get any kind trouble, remember what i told do? . Oxford difference between colloquialism and slang what is colloquialism? What does mean mean? Definitions. When writing formal papers, both clichs and colloquialisms are inappropriate an idiom is a phrase that more than the sum of its parts, or in other words, has meaning individual words used phraseColloquialism dictionary definition vocabulary colloquialism by merriam websterdefine at. Colloquialism and slang do overlap to a certain extent, but they 12princeton's wordnet(0. Colloquialism dictionary definition vocabulary of colloquialism by merriam websterdefine at. Colloquialism definition and examples in english thoughtco. Dictionary of english slang and colloquialisms the uk. Anything the definition of a colloquialism is word or expression used in casual language by common people. See more colloquialism meaning, definition, what is an informal word or expression that suitable for use in speech than writing. Colloquialism definition of colloquialism in english. See also what does 'literal meaning' mean? A special use of a common word in certain geographical region or phrase particular to. The word originated as a clich is saying that has been overused and lost it's meaning. 00 0 votes)rate this definition colloquialism(noun)characteristic of spoken or written communication that 6 jun 2017 a colloquialism is an informal expression that is more often used in casual kiss, bow, or shake hands how to do business in 12 asian definition and a list of examples of colloquialism. Colloquialism examples and definition of col
Views: 258 Wade Wade
TWR72 - Colloquial [FLOAT17]
 
05:43
Support the label, buy it here: https://hardwax.com/77886/twr72/lucid/ https://www.deejay.de/Twr72_Lucid_Ep_FLOAT017_Vinyl__267311 http://www.juno.co.uk/products/twr72-lucid-ep/646391-01/ http://www.triplevision.nl/release/FLOAT017/ Artist: TWR72 Title: Lucid EP Label: Float Records Catalogue: FLOAT17 Format: 12" Genre: Electronic Style: Techno Release date: 28th April 2017 Tracklist: A1: Lucid A2: Erudite B1: Colloquial B2: Aporia TWR72 is back with a full new story starring Lucid as the lead. Lucid dropped out of space on a world called planet earth. It's luminous and vivid appearance were instantly clear. At first Lucid was a bit reserved but during it's first steps it opened up and showed some colorful emotions and hints of it's personality. With detailed patterns of communication Lucid tried to find a way through this new world. Erudite, which was already for a more prolonged time on planet earth, picked up the incomprehensible code from Lucid and reproduced it into a solid and clever message. Erudite was keen enough to think of a way to communicate back with Lucid as it noticed Lucid needed help. But it needed someone else to bring the message to Lucid. So Erudite asked help from Colloquial who could easily transcript the message back to Lucid. Colloquial used different types of frequencies to connect to Lucid, but it wasn't that easy. Lucid already travelled further and was hard to reach. Therefor Colloquial tried to use heavier elements to make a more solid composition. Unfortunately not only positive things arrived from space. Aporia was a rather negative influence which disturbed the link between Colloquial and Lucid. Aporia tried to force the communication by continuously changing the elements of the message. But it wasn't all that bad, because at the end Aporia brought the two important elements of the message together. ___ DISCLAIMER: All tracks are uploaded in a low quality for promotional purposes only and with buy links to respect label and artists. https://www.facebook.com/hatecollective/ or via email: [email protected] Follow us on SOUNDCLOUD for exclusive podcast series: https://soundcloud.com/hate_music
Views: 7471 HATE
tired: a perspective || free audio
 
05:09
PLEASE CREDIT IF USED Original clips and speech by myself Background music: ES Balm (Scaled Down Version) - Peter Sandberg This video contains clips of my trip to York, UK earlier this year. I started working on a piece of writing, in more of a colloquial style and realised I could use it as an voice over with the clips. This is the first time I've done something like this, but I hope you enjoy it. Transcript: Stay with me a minute okay? I know what I mean, but let me just see if you can too. It’s not the type of tired which is “I’m tired with life right now” you know? Or maybe it is, but it’s not just that. It’s the type of tired which comes back around when you’ve seen that things need to change in order to ensure your own survival. So you take every ounce of your life and redirect the energy which is being ripped away from your heart to pushing your existence up a hill. It’s the type of tired which you find after you find your freedom. But you know, finding freedom doesn’t just happen once, this won’t be the only time you have to do it. And you know, I think we’re all guilty of it. We become complacent and we fall into line, thinking we know ourselves and therefore we accept what we’re given. And then it hits us like a ton of bricks that we’re actually trapped. Again. And again. And, you know it just keeps going. But until that moment comes again, you’re here. So yeah, you acknowledge that now you can be free. And it’s the most UGH, you know, it’s the best feeling. For a moment. Like that feeling doesn’t last. Because with freedom comes “okay so what do I do now?” You know? Because you’ve all these chances and all these opportunities, so you’re like “what the hell can I do with this? I’ve got to find purpose, I’ve got to find a place to belong.” All this stuff that we think we don’t have enough time to find. And that becomes overwhelming and you believe you’re not gonna find all that makes you a functional human being, whatever the hell that means, and you shut down and seclude yourself. You don’t want to waste all that time finding stuff for it to be wrong you know, you’re protecting yourself, you don’t want to get even more hurt because you’re afraid of how much of you that feeling will rob you of. Then, just like that, it happens. There’s moments, there’s people, there’s chances and you think “this could be it.” Like, “this is mine” and you don’t want to lose it. And we’re told we’re gonna regret the chances we don’t take, so you take them all, every single one. You’re afraid of missing out, you’re afraid that if you don’t take it you’re not gonna be using that freedom as much as you should. That’s so damn exhausting. SO exhausting, like you wouldn’t believe. But for that moment of “this is what I’m meant to be” you’re willing to do it all. And then, you’ve done as much as you can, and suddenly you’re comfortable. And that fear of missing out isn’t there because you’ve made your spot where you want it right? And THAT is what this tired is. It’s what your anxiety teased you about and made you lose sleep over, that you were going to miss out on life. So now you’re allowed to laugh at your anxiety, because you have done EVERYTHING you possibly can. You’re not gonna lose this, you’re not gonna lose the life you made for yourself. You’re tired, and you CAN afford to rest, because you know when you’re rested you can just go back into that life, but for now you can just rest.
Views: 56 hum creates
Overused Words
 
05:06
Lololololololololololol I'm aware a lot of people haven't heard these terms. It's colloquial and local to me. Don't need to point it out if you haven't heard them.
Views: 69027 unknown605
Kurupt FM Talk Moving From Pirate Radio to Comedy | The Breakdown with Jamali Maddix | The Hook
 
01:04:15
People Just Do Nothing and Kurupt FM main men MC Grindah and DJ Beats, AKA Allan Mustafa and Hugo Chegwin join Jamali Maddix on The Breakdown podcast to talk about their experiences going from pirate radio and growing up in the heydey of UK garage to taking the comedy scene by storm with the BBC's People Just Do Nothing. The Breakdown with Jamali Maddix is a brand new podcast brought to you by The Hook. Through comedian Jamali’s relaxed and colloquial style, he sits down with a variety of guests and chops it up. Unstructured and unscripted the conversations just go where they go. Same host but different chats each week as Jamali picks interesting creative people he wants to learn more about. Eavesdrop in on a conversation that's sure to be entertaining …The Breakdown is as simple as that. THE HOOK SUBSCRIBE FOR MORE LIKE OUR FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/TheHookOfficial FOLLOW US ON TWITTER: https://twitter.com/thehook_official Got a video and need a platform? SUBMIT TO: [email protected]
Views: 402 The Hook
Colloquial l Multi COD Montage.
 
07:26
This was my first ever montage so be sure to let me know what you thought and I know the quality was shit on a lot of the clips so sorry for that. Any way give it a like even if you didn't enjoy it ;) Promo- http://www.mediafire.com/?6374tlkff130i53 Songs: Falling in Reverse - Don't mess with Ouija boards Shinedown - Enemies Falling in Reverse - Tragic Magic
Views: 623 Wez
Gerard Butler Teaches You Scottish Slang | Vanity Fair
 
03:32
Gerard Butler teaches you Scottish slang words. Watch Gerard Butler in "Den of Thieves," in theaters 1/19. Still haven’t subscribed to Vanity Fair on YouTube? ►► http://bit.ly/2z6Ya9M ABOUT VANITY FAIR Arts and entertainment, business and media, politics, and world affairs—Vanity Fair’s features and exclusive videos capture the people, places, and ideas that define modern culture. Gerard Butler Teaches You Scottish Slang | Vanity Fair
Views: 2251338 Vanity Fair
The Meaning of Humble  |Eva.Isaac Joe | Tamil Christian Message
 
02:59
Do you want more inspiring worship videos please subscribe us https://goo.gl/oRavuw Visit Our Official Website : http://joychristians.com/ Visit Our Blog : http://joychristians.com/joy-christians-blog/ Follow us on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/Joytochristians Follow us on twitter https://twitter.com/joychristians7 God's Forgiveness | god's abundant love forgives Peter | Isaac Joe Inspiring Message Mr. Isaac Joe is an intensifying mix of being a performer, communicator, singer and a composer. He has dedicated his life to fulfilling the call of God in his life as an evangelist for the last 25 years. He is one of the pioneers of Gospel music in India and his songs are sung in churches worldwide across all denominations. He failed in his maths paper in class twelve and had to rewrite the exam to clear it. He completed his degree in English literature from Loyola College, Chennai. After graduating from Loyola, he enrolled for the Masters program (evening) at Pachiyappa’s College, Chennai with a plan of doing ministry during the daytime. He started his career as an executive in a finance company while pursuing a part time post-graduate diploma in Personnel Management. This was his first and last job. He was then led to step out in faith to serve the Lord as a full time evangelist. His leisure interests include graphic designing, window shopping and playing around with gadgets that fit his budget.Isaac Joe His original compositions include 70 English songs and 30 Tamil songs which have all come out in Audio CDs and live concert DVDs. One of his first songs, ‘Blind man’ that he wrote while he was in college got its lyrics after seeing a Jenson & Nicholson advertisement hoarding while he was travelling in a city bus. Another one of his very famous song ‘Picked me up from the miry clay’ is a hit among the kids and the youth for the actions that go with the song. Mr. Isaac Joe has been preaching the word of hope to various sections of the society, reaching out to various churches, the corporate world, schools, rehabilitation centres, villages and prisons. He has been travelling around the world to countries like Sri Lanka, Hong Kong, Brunei, New Zealand, Australia, Indonesia, Philippines, Thailand, Singapore, Malaysia, the gulf, UK and the USA carrying the message of hope to the lost and broken hearted. He connects with people, spends time with them and helps them rebuild their lives. His anointed performances are unique. His communication style, with a beautiful grip on English and an equally colloquial Tamil is well-received by the youth. Singing his compositions in his own style and communicating the message of love and hope with his personal testimonies and present day situations is what makes him reach people of all ages and cultures. His ministry sees people run back to the Lord, filled with a zest to see God’s plan fulfilled in their lives. Some of the other initiatives of Isaac Joe are: Wellspring- Pain Relief Clinic Rhema school of Music Life Builder – Hindi TV program Next level – Tamil TV program Living Sound Recording Studio Sonshine Sharity – helping the poor and widows Times of comfort – monthly meeting Weekly Bible study Mr. Isaac Joe currently resides in Chennai with his wife Geetha and kids, Gloria and Joshua.
Views: 3200 Joy Christians
How to Pronounce Contractions: 81 Contractions in American English
 
07:37
Do you know how to pronounce contractions? Do you know how to say: didn't, he'll, we've, couldn't? Practice English pronunciation in this free lesson. Download my free e-book: "5 Steps To Becoming A Confident English Speaker" http://www.speakenglishwithvanessa.com/free-ebook --------------------------------------------------------------------- Subscribe and follow on social media! I'd love to meet you! YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=theteachervanessa Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/speakenglishwithvanessa Send us a postcard from your country: Vanessa Prothe PO Box 104 Asheville, NC 28802 USA --------------------------------------------------------------------- Speak English With Vanessa helps English learners to speak American English fluently, naturally, and confidently. To become a fluent English speaker and have English conversations with a native English speaker, go to http://www.speakenglishwithvanessa.com
ആരും കേൾക്കാൻ കൊതിക്കുന്ന പാട്ട് | Naseeb Nilambur | Haneefa Mudikkode
 
04:52
Contact : 9946170854 Song : Swalathullah salaamullah Haneefa Mudikkode Naseeb Nilambur MH Valluvangad Mappila Paattu or Mappila Songs are a folklore Muslim song genre rendered to lyrics in colloquial Mappila dialect of Malayalam laced with Arabic, by the Mappilas of the Malabar region in Kerala, India.Mappila songs have a distinct cultural identity, while at the same time remain closely linked to the cultural practices of Kerala. The songs often use words from Persian, Hindustani, and Tamil, apart from Arabic and Malayalam, but the grammatical syntax is always based in Malayalam.They deal with themes such as religion, love, satire, and heroism, and are often sung at occasions of birth, marriage, and death. Mappila Paattu form an integral part of the heritage of Malayalam literature today and is regarded by some as the most popular branch of Malayalam literature, enjoyed by all Malayali communities in Kerala. The earliest known dated works in Mappilappattu belong to the 17th century and primarily belonged to the Mala genre. Mappila pattu or Mappila songs are rhythmic songs popular among the Muslim community of northern Kerala. Malabar Muslims are enriched with their own literary tradition written in ‘Arabi-Malayalam’ language and Mappila Pattu is the poetic genre of this great literary tradition. Mappilappattu is hence a song which depicts the cultural tradition of Muslim community especially from north Malabar. These songs come with a blend of Kerala’s folk songs and Arabic musical tradition and have been influenced by both oral and written tradition of the region. The practice of Mappila songs happened along with a parallel literary tradition prevalent in Malayalam language, Manipravalam (literary style with a mixture of Sanskrit and Malayalam). Malappattu – songs in praise of pious personalities, Urudi – songs telling the events of war, Viruthangal – songs in praise of god, Kissukal – songs narrating the stories of prophets of Islam, Khessukal – romantic ballads, Marriage songs are the different kinds of Mappila songs popular in Kerala. Popular for romantic songs set in the tune, Ishalukal, the mapplia songs use words and phrases borrowed from other languages like Arabic, Urdu, Persian, Hindi, Tamil, Sanskrit and Kannada, though they are basically sung in an Arabic-Malayalam language. Early literary work popular for Mappila songs was Muhyidheen Mala, written by Khasi Muhammed of Kozhikode. It tells the story of Sufi saint Muhyidheen Abdul Khader Gilani and was written in 1607. Another noted name was that of Kunhayan Musaliyar of Thalassery. His work Nool Mala, tells the story of Muhammed Nabi. And his most famous one was Kappappattu, the first printed and published Mapplia song book and in this he has compared the life journey of human body to a voyaging vessel in the ocean. The most popular poet in ‘Arabi-Malayalam’ is Moinkutty Vaidyar. The famous work of Moinkutty Vaidyar is Badre Pattu written in 1876 and which has almost 88 ishals or tunes. This work helped to evoke patriotism among the Muslims of Malabar. Many of his Mappilappattu capture the beauty of fantasy and romanticism apart from a reflection of ardent religious faith and patriotism. Events from history are another common theme. Vaidyar’s most popular work is Badarul Muneer, which is a romantic ballad. Hunsul Jamal, Udhudpada, Malappuram Pattu, Jinnpada, Kizhathi Mala, Elippada, Hijra Pattu are his other works. Chettuva Pareekutty, Chakkiri Moideenkutty, Pukkottil Hyder, Nallalam Beeran, T. Ubaid are some of the popular Mappila song writers. A few female writers also tried their hands are P.K. Haleema, V. Ayishakutty, Kandathil Kunjamina and so on. Mappilappattu is an inevitable part of most music concerts and cultural extravaganzas held in the not only among Muslim brotherhood but all around the State.
Views: 42096 Haneefa Mudikkode
മുത്തുനബിയെ കുറിച്ച് മധുരമനോഹരമായ ഗാനം | Mishal Nilambur | Kareem Kolampadam
 
06:46
Ishal Media Album : Noorul Ameen Song : Andiya Dhoodhraam Cordination : Sajth Kodungallur Concept/Camera/Direction : Salar Mudikkode Lyrics & Music : Abdul Kareem Kolampadam Singer :Mishal Nilambur Effects&Title :Suhail MT Kondotty Cast : Sinan Mudikkode Studio : Salar Mudikkode Audio Mixing : Green Malappuram Presents : Ishal Milanchi (Vol-2) Islamic Song Production Company Mappila Pattukal ,Islamic Devotional Songs,Islamic Kids Songs,New Mappila Devotional Arabic Songs And More.... Subscribe Salar Media Here ▶ https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCYhdzq_QquKaPaaZsT6FJ8w Download Mappila Song Android App "https://goo.gl/wwK2bh" Mappila Paattu or Mappila Songs are a folklore Muslim song genre rendered to lyrics in colloquial Mappila dialect of Malayalam laced with Arabic, by the Mappilas of the Malabar region in Kerala, India.Mappila songs have a distinct cultural identity, while at the same time remain closely linked to the cultural practices of Kerala. The songs often use words from Persian, Hindustani, and Tamil, apart from Arabic and Malayalam, but the grammatical syntax is always based in Malayalam.They deal with themes such as religion, love, satire, and heroism, and are often sung at occasions of birth, marriage, and death. Mappila Paattu form an integral part of the heritage of Malayalam literature today and is regarded by some as the most popular branch of Malayalam literature, enjoyed by all Malayali communities in Kerala. The earliest known dated works in Mappilappattu belong to the 17th century and primarily belonged to the Mala genre. Mappila pattu or Mappila songs are rhythmic songs popular among the Muslim community of northern Kerala. Malabar Muslims are enriched with their own literary tradition written in ‘Arabi-Malayalam’ language and Mappila Pattu is the poetic genre of this great literary tradition. Mappilappattu is hence a song which depicts the cultural tradition of Muslim community especially from north Malabar. These songs come with a blend of Kerala’s folk songs and Arabic musical tradition and have been influenced by both oral and written tradition of the region. The practice of Mappila songs happened along with a parallel literary tradition prevalent in Malayalam language, Manipravalam (literary style with a mixture of Sanskrit and Malayalam). Malappattu – songs in praise of pious personalities, Urudi – songs telling the events of war, Viruthangal – songs in praise of god, Kissukal – songs narrating the stories of prophets of Islam, Khessukal – romantic ballads, Marriage songs are the different kinds of Mappila songs popular in Kerala. Popular for romantic songs set in the tune, Ishalukal, the mapplia songs use words and phrases borrowed from other languages like Arabic, Urdu, Persian, Hindi, Tamil, Sanskrit and Kannada, though they are basically sung in an Arabic-Malayalam language. Early literary work popular for Mappila songs was Muhyidheen Mala, written by Khasi Muhammed of Kozhikode. It tells the story of Sufi saint Muhyidheen Abdul Khader Gilani and was written in 1607. Another noted name was that of Kunhayan Musaliyar of Thalassery. His work Nool Mala, tells the story of Muhammed Nabi. And his most famous one was Kappappattu, the first printed and published Mapplia song book and in this he has compared the life journey of human body to a voyaging vessel in the ocean. The most popular poet in ‘Arabi-Malayalam’ is Moinkutty Vaidyar. The famous work of Moinkutty Vaidyar is Badre Pattu written in 1876 and which has almost 88 ishals or tunes. This work helped to evoke patriotism among the Muslims of Malabar. Many of his Mappilappattu capture the beauty of fantasy and romanticism apart from a reflection of ardent religious faith and patriotism. Events from history are another common theme. Vaidyar’s most popular work is Badarul Muneer, which is a romantic ballad. Hunsul Jamal, Udhudpada, Malappuram Pattu, Jinnpada, Kizhathi Mala, Elippada, Hijra Pattu are his other works. Chettuva Pareekutty, Chakkiri Moideenkutty, Pukkottil Hyder, Nallalam Beeran, T. Ubaid are some of the popular Mappila song writers. A few female writers also tried their hands are P.K. Haleema, V. Ayishakutty, Kandathil Kunjamina and so on. Mappilappattu is an inevitable part of most music concerts and cultural extravaganzas held in the not only among Muslim brotherhood but all around the State. Team Ishal Media -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Please watch: "ഇത് കണ്ടാൽ കണ്ണ് നിറയും 😢Irshad Mudikkode | Haneefa Mudikkode | New Hit Mappila Album Song" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pQN0hNJFMMY -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-
Views: 108662 Ishal Media
God's Forgiveness | god's abundant love forgives Peter | Isaac Joe Inspiring Message
 
07:16
Do you want more inspiring worship videos please subscribe us https://goo.gl/oRavuw Visit Our Official Website : http://joychristians.com/ Visit Our Blog : http://joychristians.com/joy-christians-blog/ Follow us on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/Joytochristians Follow us on twitter https://twitter.com/joychristians7 God's Forgiveness | god's abundant love forgives Peter | Isaac Joe Inspiring Message Mr. Isaac Joe is an intensifying mix of being a performer, communicator, singer and a composer. He has dedicated his life to fulfilling the call of God in his life as an evangelist for the last 25 years. He is one of the pioneers of Gospel music in India and his songs are sung in churches worldwide across all denominations. He failed in his maths paper in class twelve and had to rewrite the exam to clear it. He completed his degree in English literature from Loyola College, Chennai. After graduating from Loyola, he enrolled for the Masters program (evening) at Pachiyappa’s College, Chennai with a plan of doing ministry during the daytime. He started his career as an executive in a finance company while pursuing a part time post-graduate diploma in Personnel Management. This was his first and last job. He was then led to step out in faith to serve the Lord as a full time evangelist. His leisure interests include graphic designing, window shopping and playing around with gadgets that fit his budget.Isaac Joe His original compositions include 70 English songs and 30 Tamil songs which have all come out in Audio CDs and live concert DVDs. One of his first songs, ‘Blind man’ that he wrote while he was in college got its lyrics after seeing a Jenson & Nicholson advertisement hoarding while he was travelling in a city bus. Another one of his very famous song ‘Picked me up from the miry clay’ is a hit among the kids and the youth for the actions that go with the song. Mr. Isaac Joe has been preaching the word of hope to various sections of the society, reaching out to various churches, the corporate world, schools, rehabilitation centres, villages and prisons. He has been travelling around the world to countries like Sri Lanka, Hong Kong, Brunei, New Zealand, Australia, Indonesia, Philippines, Thailand, Singapore, Malaysia, the gulf, UK and the USA carrying the message of hope to the lost and broken hearted. He connects with people, spends time with them and helps them rebuild their lives. His anointed performances are unique. His communication style, with a beautiful grip on English and an equally colloquial Tamil is well-received by the youth. Singing his compositions in his own style and communicating the message of love and hope with his personal testimonies and present day situations is what makes him reach people of all ages and cultures. His ministry sees people run back to the Lord, filled with a zest to see God’s plan fulfilled in their lives. Some of the other initiatives of Isaac Joe are: Wellspring- Pain Relief Clinic Rhema school of Music Life Builder – Hindi TV program Next level – Tamil TV program Living Sound Recording Studio Sonshine Sharity – helping the poor and widows Times of comfort – monthly meeting Weekly Bible study Mr. Isaac Joe currently resides in Chennai with his wife Geetha and kids, Gloria and Joshua.
Views: 25476 Joy Christians
Function Style
 
04:10
Learn all about functions and symmetry with this video. Song credit goes to the karaoke version of "Gangnam Style" - PSY
Views: 1910 mrjuffermath
Reading - Kendy
 
58:04
"It's the little things" In this class we'll read the lyrics to an India Arie song, "Little Things." We'll look at her colloquial style grammar, learn some new vocabulary and talk about the little things in life that make you happy! Language class Join live classes: https://www.verbling.com/classes Like Verbling on Facebook to be invited to classes: http://www.facebook.com/verbling
Views: 3 Verbling
Malayalam Full Movie 2015 New Releases  | Kanthari  | Rachana Narayanankutty, Sekhar Menon
 
01:52:31
For More Movies Please Subscribe http://goo.gl/yAqkeA Movie : Kanthari [ 2015 ] Director : Ajmal Producer : R Prabhu Kumar Lyrics : Baburaj Kalmboor & Ravi Menon Music : Gautham Rinil, Arun Chowdary Singers : Naveen Madhav, Jyostna, Mahadevan & Sulfiq Starring : Shekhar Menon, Rachana Narayanankutty, Sreejith Ravi, Subiksha, Thalaivasal Vijay, Balaji Sharma, Seenath.............. Kanthari is among the hottest chillies available to us. In colloquial parlance the word is used to denote a young woman who is cunning, stoic and not easily amenable. And the movie does try to live upto its billing as a women centric movie. It tries to throw light on the lives of those women who occupy the sidelines of existence. The women who plunge themselves into flesh trade intentionally or unintentionally. The society with righteous indignation who look down upon many of these women who make a living selling their bodies. Kanthari examines these issues but as a movie it falters due to digressions and lack of an engaging script. Rani (Rachana Narayanankutty), is an orphan girl who finds life anything but a bed of roses. She was brought up by three sex workers who are known by her native names.When Rani grows up she is unable to shrug off her history. People continue to tag her in an undesirable manner and her efforts to lead a normal life runs into roadblocks galore. A frustrated Rani decides that she will have to find a way out of her pestering troubles. Finally she decides to be a bit audacious and she starts snatching chains and looting money from people who attempts to exploit her sexually. Rani does manage to keep things on the rail by resorting to her petty criminal acts. Her three ‘ step mothers’ also benefit from Rani’s deeds.Ameer (Shekhar Menon) is an immensely rich guy who is physically handicapped. The bloated man is on the look out for a bride but his appearance and overweight prove major hurdles in his pursuit .The paths of Ameer and Rani who belong to different strata of the society criss cross. Both of them find each other a great source of solace and comfort. Things take a quirky turn as a murder happens and matters get into a tangle of sorts. The film nosedives as it digresses and goes into unnecessary detailing . It strives to be a murder mystery but loses focus beyond a point. Rani’s and Ameer’s life does provide some sparks here and there. The issues in the lives of prostitutes are only superficially dealt with. Rachana Narayanankutty is the strong point of the movie and she does give a very good account of herself in her usual style. Shekhar Menon isn’t particularly good but makes his presence felt. The other cast including Sreejith Ravi, Vijay, Zeenath etc. have put in decent performances as well. The songs are just about OK while the background score adds to the mood of the film. Kanthari has good intentions and has its moments as well. Writer director Ajmal’s efforts prove pedestrian at best. A women centric movie that deals with a weighty theme would have passed the muster. Join us on Facebook : https://www.facebook.com/musiczoneofficial
Views: 955731 Musiczonemovies
2000+ Common Swedish Nouns with Pronunciation · Vocabulary Words · Svenska Ord #1
 
03:22:07
First video of the new Swedish Words Series! Thousands of words with native pronunciation. This video shows exactly 2007 common nouns in its indefinite form, with its corresponding "utrum" (en) or "neutrum" (ett) indefinite article. Voice over by Maria Kihlstedt (Gotland, Sweden). ► SWEDISH NOUNS INFO Nouns have two grammatical genders: "utrum" (common) and "neutrum" (neuter), which determine their definite forms as well as the form of any adjectives used to describe them. Noun gender is largely arbitrary and must be memorized; however, around three quarters of all Swedish nouns are common gender. Living beings are often common nouns, like in "en katt" (cat), "en häst" (horse), "en fluga" (fly), etc. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Swedish_grammar#Nouns ► WORKFLOW TIPS · Use the SPACE key to pause the video before the article appears and try to guess the pronunciation. · Use the LEFT/RIGHT keys to go back/forward a few seconds and listen to any word again. · Activate the subtitles, translations to many languages are available; although still far from perfect, they can be helpful! · Do you have another tip? Please share it with all us! ► WHAT'S NEXT Videos of verbs and adjectives will come soon! Subscribe here for notification: https://www.youtube.com/c/feqwix?sub_confirmation=1 ____________________ Did you find this video helpful? Any comment or suggestion is welcome! Audio used: "Base Audio Libre de Mots Suédois" from Project Shtooka (http://shtooka.net), used under "Creative Commons BY" license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/2.0).
Views: 293939 feqwix
If You Can Use Me Please Use Me | Eva Isaac Joe | Tamil Christian Message
 
05:23
Do you want more inspiring worship videos please subscribe us https://goo.gl/oRavuw Visit Our Official Website : http://joychristians.com/ Visit Our Blog : http://joychristians.com/joy-christians-blog/ Follow us on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/Joytochristians Follow us on twitter https://twitter.com/joychristians7 Mr. Isaac Joe is an intensifying mix of being a performer, communicator, singer and a composer. He has dedicated his life to fulfilling the call of God in his life as an evangelist for the last 25 years. He is one of the pioneers of Gospel music in India and his songs are sung in churches worldwide across all denominations. He failed in his maths paper in class twelve and had to rewrite the exam to clear it. He completed his degree in English literature from Loyola College, Chennai. After graduating from Loyola, he enrolled for the Masters program (evening) at Pachiyappa’s College, Chennai with a plan of doing ministry during the daytime. He started his career as an executive in a finance company while pursuing a part time post-graduate diploma in Personnel Management. This was his first and last job. He was then led to step out in faith to serve the Lord as a full time evangelist. His leisure interests include graphic designing, window shopping and playing around with gadgets that fit his budget.Isaac Joe His original compositions include 70 English songs and 30 Tamil songs which have all come out in Audio CDs and live concert DVDs. One of his first songs, ‘Blind man’ that he wrote while he was in college got its lyrics after seeing a Jenson & Nicholson advertisement hoarding while he was travelling in a city bus. Another one of his very famous song ‘Picked me up from the miry clay’ is a hit among the kids and the youth for the actions that go with the song. Mr. Isaac Joe has been preaching the word of hope to various sections of the society, reaching out to various churches, the corporate world, schools, rehabilitation centres, villages and prisons. He has been travelling around the world to countries like Sri Lanka, Hong Kong, Brunei, New Zealand, Australia, Indonesia, Philippines, Thailand, Singapore, Malaysia, the gulf, UK and the USA carrying the message of hope to the lost and broken hearted. He connects with people, spends time with them and helps them rebuild their lives. His anointed performances are unique. His communication style, with a beautiful grip on English and an equally colloquial Tamil is well-received by the youth. Singing his compositions in his own style and communicating the message of love and hope with his personal testimonies and present day situations is what makes him reach people of all ages and cultures. His ministry sees people run back to the Lord, filled with a zest to see God’s plan fulfilled in their lives. Some of the other initiatives of Isaac Joe are: Wellspring- Pain Relief Clinic Rhema school of Music Life Builder – Hindi TV program Next level – Tamil TV program Living Sound Recording Studio Sonshine Sharity – helping the poor and widows Times of comfort – monthly meeting Weekly Bible study Mr. Isaac Joe currently resides in Chennai with his wife Geetha and kids, Gloria and Joshua.
Views: 6104 Joy Christians
Powerful Skills (Bangla)  : How to make people say "YES" to anything ! [Part-1]
 
03:49
Bengali Bangla বাংলা বাংলা.svg "Bangla" in Bengali script Pronunciation [ˈbaŋla] (About this sound listen) Region Bangladesh and India Ethnicity Bengalis Native speakers 250–300 million (2017)[1][2][3] (L1 plus L2 speakers) Language family Indo-European Indo-Iranian Indo-Aryan Magadhi Prakrit Eastern Zone Bengali-Assamese Bengali Early forms Abahattha Old Bengali Dialects see Bengali dialects Writing system Eastern Nagari script (Bengali alphabet) Bengali Braille Signed forms Bengali signed forms[4] Official status Official language in Bangladesh India (in West Bengal, Tripura and Barak Valley) Regulated by Bangla Academy Paschimbanga Bangla Akademi Language codes ISO 639-1 bn ISO 639-2 ben ISO 639-3 ben Glottolog beng1280[5] Linguasphere 59-AAF-u Bengalispeaking region.png Bengali speaking region of South Asia This article contains IPA phonetic symbols. Without proper rendering support, you may see question marks, boxes, or other symbols instead of Unicode characters. For a guide to IPA symbols, see Help:IPA. Bengali This article contains Bengali text. Without proper rendering support, you may see question marks, boxes, or other symbols. Part of a series on Bengalis Montage of Bengal.jpg Bengali history[show] Bengali homeland[show] Bengali people[show] Bengali culture[show] Bengali symbols[show] Politics[show] vte File:Locality-and-Word-Order-in-Active-Dependency-Formation-in-Bangla-Video1.ogv A series of picture stories narrated in Bengali Bengali (/bɛnˈɡɔːli/),[6] also known by its endonym Bangla (UK: /ˈbʌŋlə/; বাংলা), is an Indo-Aryan language spoken in South Asia. It is the official and most widely spoken language of Bangladesh and second most widely spoken of the 22 scheduled languages of India, behind Hindi. The official and de facto national language of Bangladesh is Modern Standard Bengali (Literary Bengali).[7][8][9][10] It serves as the lingua franca of the nation, with 98% of Bangladeshis being fluent in Bengali (including dialects) as their first language.[11][12] Within India, Bengali is the official language of the states of West Bengal, Tripura and the Barak Valley in the state of Assam. It is also spoken in different parts of the Brahmaputra valley of Assam. It is also the most widely spoken language in the Andaman and Nicobar Islands in the Bay of Bengal,[13] and is spoken by significant minorities in other states including Jharkhand, Bihar, Mizoram, Meghalaya, and Odisha. With approximately 250–300 million total speakers worldwide,[14] Bengali is usually counted as the seventh most spoken native language in the world by population.[15][3] Dictionaries from the early 20th century attributed slightly more than half of the Bengali vocabulary to native words (i.e., naturally modified Sanskrit words, corrupted forms of Sanskrit words, and loanwords from non-Indo-European languages), about 30 percent to unmodified Sanskrit words, and the remainder to foreign words.[16] Dominant in the last group was Persian, which was also the source of some grammatical forms. More recent studies suggest that the use of native and foreign words has been increasing, mainly because of the preference of Bengali speakers for the colloquial style.[16] Bengali literature, with its millennium-old history and folk heritage, has extensively developed since the Bengali renaissance and is one of the most prominent and diverse literary traditions in Asia. Both the national anthems of Bangladesh (Amar Sonar Bangla) and India (Jana Gana Mana) were composed in Bengali by Rabindranath Tagore. The first two verses of a patriotic song written in Bengali by Bankim Chandra Chatterjee, Vande Mataram, was adopted as the "national song" of India in both the colonial period and later in 1950 in independent India. Furthermore, it is believed by many that the national anthem of Sri Lanka (Sri Lanka Matha) was inspired by a Bengali poem written by Rabindranath Tagore,[17][18][19][20] while some even believe the anthem was originally written in Bengali and then translated into Sinhalese.[21][22][23][24] In 1952, the Bengali Language Movement successfully pushed for the language's official status in the Dominion of Pakistan, allowing for education in and official use of the language. In 1999, UNESCO recognized 21 February as International Mother Language Day in recognition of the language movement in East Bengal (now Bangladesh). Language is an important element of Bengali identity and binds together a culturally diverse region.
Views: 159 Kaizen Cycle
What Is The Academic Voice??
 
00:47
Look at the formal version of model text below. The following sentence is written in casual voice, but can be jan 16, 2017 tensions across disciplines and methodologies over what constitutes appropriate academic voice writing far from arbitrary instead editing the. Edu tocw academic voice. Good use of industry standard. Students guide to the art ofann everitt reynoldsmay 2012. Academic voice in scholarly writing' by garry gray nsuworks. Overview scholarly voice academic guides at walden university. As with all writing, you should strive to write clarity and an active voice that avoids jargon most university writing tasks require draw on a range of academic sources support your claims, arguments ideas. Academic voice is a formal way of writing and speaking that clear, straightforward, professional without sounding fancy or using unnecessarily complicated vocabulary words. Passive voice is used quite often in scientific writing it important that your 'academic voice' present. Usually, college professors want students to nov 4, 2016 copyrighted 2015, karl j. It is what the reader or hearer might perceive as writer's attitude, bias, personality. As i think this resource will help you write clear, concise sentences while remaining in the passive voice. Academic voice excelsior college owlfinding your academic. Many academic writers basics of scholarly voice. According to ashford university's writing developing an academic voice do you know that create a persona with the and tone of your writing? Most inexperienced writers use only voices apr 2, 2014 fact remains making name as researcher depends on credible compelling vsthe term colloquial refers style is conversational (chatty). Googleusercontent search. Editing the academic voice copyediting. Academic writing conventions expressing your voice unilearning. Finding your academic voice a students guide to the citeseerxfinding as an writer (and writing clearly. Academic voice ashford writing university awc. Apr 12, 2016 one of the questions doctoral students and early career faculty frequently ask is how they can find or develop their voice as a writer. Sherlock, this website provides information on the topic of academic voice in scholarly writing, and common. Formal language and tone are expected in scholarly writing, although the definition of formal varies over time by field finding your academic voice a. When writing a research paper and other academic (what is called discourse) you'll want to use what the voice, which meant sound objective, authoritative, reasonable. 84) offer some suggestions for tone refers to the writer's voice in a written work. Using academic voice dixie state university writing center. Version 2 aug 23, 2016. Developing your academic voice coaching & writingcolloquial usf libraries university of south english 098 grossmont college. Casual to academic let's say that you are writing a paper on overpriced textbooks. The writer's academic voice or argument is writing has a voice;
Views: 23 Pan Pan 1
HOW TO WRITE/READ ARABIC ALPHABET | LEARNING ARABIC LETTERS MADE EASY | Kazi Foizur Rahman
 
20:25
Learn how to read and write the Arabic letters/alphabet Learn Arabic Online How is the Arabic language written? How can I learn Arabic? What is the last letter of the Arabic alphabet? Learn Arabic Alphabet by Madinah Arabic Learn the pronunciation of Arabic letters the easy way How many letters are there in the Arabic alphabet? Learn Arabic Letters, Alphabets Writing Learn Arabic Alphabet Pronunciation Learn Quran Today - Online Quran Classes in English‎ ============================================ There are two main types of written Arabic: 1. Classical Arabic - the language of the Qur'an and classical literature. It differs from Modern Standard Arabic mainly in style and vocabulary, some of which is archaic. All Muslims are expected to recite the Qur'an in the original language, however many rely on translations in order to understand the text. 2. Modern Standard Arabic (اللغة العربية الفصحى / al-luġatu l-ʿarabiyyatu l-fuṣḥā) - the universal language of the Arabic-speaking world which is understood by all Arabic speakers. It is the language of the vast majority of written material and of formal TV shows, lectures, etc. Each Arabic speaking country or region also has its own variety of colloquial spoken Arabic. These colloquial varieties of Arabic appear in written form in some poetry, cartoons and comics, plays and personal letters. There are also translations of the bible into most varieties of colloquial Arabic.
Views: 35622 ISLAAH MEDIA
What Is Meant By The Style Of A Poem?
 
00:46
Types of poetry examples yourdictionaryhow to use techniques and styles poem quotesstyle in english prose thoughtco. A certain poet might be known for his use of personification or alliteration. In poetry, we can discuss to understand the multiple meanings of a poem, readers must examine its words many categories determine which describes poem's length and style is voice meant be universal for example, applicable either sex at glance through dickinson's poems reveals their characteristic external most striking signature her blending homely how does language poem work convey meaning? Ask yourself what kind poet uses it formal or colloquial, mar 2, 2012 powerpoint presentation about contemporary free verse, so forth. Jan 12, 2010 it can be referring to the meter (free verse, haiku, damante, blank etc. Modernist poetry definition of literary term. Poetry is notgetting started defining what lacks definition. Learn how and when the definition of onomatopoeia is a word imitating sound poetry form literature that uses aesthetic rhythmic qualities language such as ancient attempts to define poetry, aristotle's poetics, focused on speech in today's increasingly globalized world, poets often adapt forms, styles techniques from diverse cultures languages apr 15, 2017 literary studies rhetoric, baroque style writing extravagant, capitalized) can also refer highly ornate prose or. Emily dickinson's poetic methods cliffs notes. In which the characters, places, and objects in a narrative carry figurative meaning. It is sometimes used to talk about poetry and drama as well, each type of characterized by its own style. Googleusercontent search. How to define the style of a poem quora. And it can be used to describe the general style a particular poet is known for 'style' broad topic. Bbc gcse bitesize the language of poempoetry definition poetry in english what is rhythm poetry? Definition & examples video lesson understanding tone a poem dummiespoetry foundation. Style as stated above, the definition of style is such that it occurs in every work prose ever written. ), it can be used to refer to the technique used in poetry (using oonomatopoeia, alliteration, assonance, simile, metaphor, etc. Style definition and examples of style literary devicesstyle devices. Definition & examples elements of poetry rhymes sounds terms, time periods and styles6 38; History drama dramatic movements the tone a poem is attitude you feel in it writer's toward subject or can also mean general emotional weather comprehensive glossary poetic theories, schools. Sometimes, descriptive writing style is poetic in nature in, where the author literature literary element that describes ways uses all work together to establish mood, images, and meaning text. What is the meaning of style in poetry? Please define. Meaning of style in poetry? Please define Enotes what is the meaning Enotes enotes does poetry mean 129725 url? Q webcache. Style can also refer to content or subject definition, u
Views: 104 Wen Wen
What does the word 'SURE' really mean in English?
 
05:31
http://www.engvid.com/ Are you sure? Did you know that "sure" can mean different things? You can use this word to express agreement OR disbelief. Watch this vocabulary lesson now to learn how! Then take the quiz on www.engvid.com to make sure you understand the lesson. http://www.engvid.com/english-vocabulary-sure/ Что на самом деле значит слово "SURE" в английском TRANSCRIPT Hi. James, from EngVid. How are you doing? Are you sure you're good? You don't sound good. Well, let's take a look at the word "sure". What does "sure" mean? When we look at the word "sure" in English, it basically means "assured". It's a small word for "I believe", right? So are you sure about something? You believe something. But I wanted to give you a different lesson, not the dictionary lesson. I want to give you a lesson based on -- it's not the slang use, but the colloquial use, which means the common people use for the word "sure". And there are basically four different types of "sure". They sound similar, but you can count on me, I'm sure they're different. All right? So let's go to the board. Mr. E is at a fair or a carnival. And in the West, when we go to a carnival, it's -- you know, like a fair. There are clowns and games you can play. This is called a "strongman" game. When you hit it, a little thing moves up, and it tells you how strong you are, right? So you can go from zero percent all the way to 100. And 100 would make you like a Superman or superhero, right? And zero, well, it means you're kind of weak -- not very good. So what we're doing here is we're going to show you how sure your sures are. I'm sure that's right. All right? Let's go to the board. Now, let's start with the basic one. No. 1 sure. I know you're going, " 'Sure' means you're certain" But when we generally use it, we say "sure" as in, "Yeah. No problem". So I might say to you, "Do you want a coffee?" And you go, "Sure". You don't have to say "yes"; you can say "sure". Yes. It has the idea of "I'm certain", but it means more like this, "Yes. Yes I want one". All right? What's the next one? It's this crazy one where it's like I have a problem because I can't speak properly because you say, "Sure, sure". And you go, "Why 'sure, sure'?". "Sure" means "yes". This is a little bit different than the yes -- simple yes. It means maybe I'm busy writing, and you ask me some questions, and I go, "Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah. Sure, sure". It basically means, "Yeah, go ahead". And not just "yes", but "go and do everything. Complete it. Don't bother me anymore. I'm busy. I've already said yes. And I'm saying yes. Now, you have the go ahead -- two words -- to complete it. You don't have to ask me anymore. Sure, sure. That's it. We're done. Finish it. Don't come back and keep asking me questions on it". All right? So you might get "Sure. That's a good idea". Like, "Sure, sure. Finish it". Okay? That's two. Now, what about No. 3? "I'm sure". You should learn "I'm sure" for a reason. "I'm sure" means, well, No. 1, "I'm 100 percent certain on something". So you go, "Is this the correct way to Toronto?" You go, "I'm sure. I'm sure it is". It means "I believe 100 percent it's correct". There's another reason for using "sure", and it works like this. When somebody doesn't believe you're correct on something, and they say, "Are you sure about that?" You say, "I'm sure". "Sure" isn't enough because you're just saying "yes". Remember? I know in the dictionary it means "to know" or "to have knowledge or belief". But you need to actually make it stronger and refer with, "I'm sure this is correct", which means there is no doubt, or there is no question in my mind about what I'm saying. All right? So we've taken this word, and we've made it stronger -- given permission. Right? We've made it very strong. But what about this one? If you watch enough television -- and I'm sure you do. I said "sure" again. I believe, right? I'm sure you do. I really believe you do. You'll hear this one, "Sure. She's the prettiest pig in all of Canada". Right? And what does that mean? Well, this is the word "sarcastic". When somebody is being sarcastic, it means they're not really -- they don't really believe what they're saying, or they're making fun of something. By saying something positive, they're actually making fun of it. So in this case, they're saying, "Sure". And it means the opposite of, "I'm sure" "I don't believe" Right? "Sure, you work for the queen of England. I don't believe you". "Well, I'm sure you do. You have the credentials". It means, "I do believe you". Okay. Anyway.
Friends- 90's Vs Now_Generation Gap
 
04:58
Here we have the comparison Between 90's Century And Now what's the difference in 90s vs Now, We are comparing 90s kids with today's generation. We can see that the generation gap is too high. 90s style is totally different from today. comparing two fronts of 90s vs 2017 is fun. So Please watch the Film on Friends of 90s and Friends Now a days, which are poles apart. A generation gap , is a difference of opinions between one generation and another regarding beliefs, politics, or values. In today's usage, "generation gap" often refers to a perceived gap between younger people and their parents or grandparents. Distinguishing generation gaps- 1. Language use- It can be distinguished by the differences in their language use. The generation gap has created a parallel gap in language that can be difficult to communicate across. This issue is one visible throughout society, creating complications within day to day communication at home, in the work place, and within schools. As new generations seek to define themselves as something apart from the old, they adopt new lingo and slang, allowing a generation to create a sense of division from the previous one. 2. Slang Slang is an ever-changing set of colloquial words and phrases that speakers use to establish or reinforce social identity or cohesiveness within a group or with a trend in society at large.As each successive generation of society struggles to establish its own unique identity among its predecessors it can be determined that generational gaps provide a large influence over the continual change and adaptation of slang. As slang is often regarded as an ephemeral dialect, a constant supply of new words is required to meet the demands of the rapid change in characteristics. 3.Technological influences Every generation develops new slang, but with the development of technology, understanding gaps have widened between the older and younger generations. "The term 'communication skills,' for example, might mean formal writing and speaking abilities to an older worker. But it might mean e-mail and instant-messenger savvy to a twenty something." People often have private conversations in secret in a crowded room in today's age due to the advances of mobile phones and text messaging. Among "texters" a form of slang or texting lingo has developed, often keeping those not as tech savvy out of the loop. ------------------------------------ Video Link- https://youtu.be/x_Ngke1jQt8 Other Popular Videos- https://youtu.be/NwbNKaSyySs facebook Link- https://www.facebook.com/TheCircularCube/ Do Support our work By liking this Video And a Warm Welcome To all of the viewers of CircularCube to this Channel ----------------------------------------------------- Make Sure To subscribe this channel we have a great show line up for u guys.
Views: 1301 Circular Cube
How To Speak With An Australian Accent
 
03:12
G'day mate! Here's how to speak in an Australian accent by accent guru Gareth Jameson. For more handy how-to videos, head over to http://www.videojug.com Subscribe! http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=videojug Check Out Our Channel Page: http://www.youtube.com/user/videojug Like Us On Facebook! https://www.facebook.com/videojug Follow Us On Twitter! http://www.twitter.com/videojug
Views: 2937929 Videojug

Pantetheine synthesis essay
English legal system essay
Results of the american revolution essay
Reasons anti euthanasia essay
Veratramine synthesis essay