Advanced English Conversation About Travel [The Fearless Fluency Club]

Advanced English Conversation About Travel [The Fearless Fluency Club]

Vanessa: Hi, I’m Vanessa from the website, SpeakEnglishWithVanessa.com. Welcome to the sample conversation video lesson from the course The Fearless Fluency Club. In this video, you’ll see myself and my sister Cherise having a conversation, a natural, real conversation about reverse culture shock. If you don’t know what this term is, watch the video. If […]

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Travelling Vocabulary

Travelling Vocabulary

now that the summer’s here you would probably be traveling a lot here are five words you can use when you’re talking about your journey It was Olia for Yappi Corporate Subscribe and stay with us!

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Learn the Top 10 Tourist Attractions in Thailand

Learn the Top 10 Tourist Attractions in Thailand

hello everyone welcome back to title words you are with me today today we’ll be doing top 10 tourist attractions in Thailand okay let’s get started gilad ma’am the floating market gilad nam the floating market fan Kong chance to pop idea to latinum my boyfriend will bring me to the floating market actually the […]

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Phrasal Verbs for TRAVEL: “drop off”, “get in”, “check out”…

Hello. My name is Emma, and in today’s video I’m going to talk about something I love, and that is travel. So, if you like travelling too, if you’re planning on going on a vacation, or if you know somebody who’s travelling, this video will be very, very helpful to you. In this video I’m […]

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Top 10 Tourist Attractions in Hong Kong

Top 10 Tourist Attractions in Hong Kong

Want to get cheat sheets, audiobooks, lessons, apps and much more every month for free? Just click the link in the description to get your free language gifts of the month. Hi guys! Welcome back to Cantonese Top Words. Today I’m traveling, and I’m gonna show you where I am later, you can guess where […]

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Learn the top 20 French Travel Phrases You Should Know

Learn the top 20 French Travel Phrases You Should Know

Hi, watchers! Are you coming to France soon? Because this week, we’re going to learn about 20 travel phrases you should know. Merci. “Thank you.” Anytime you receive something or someone was nice to you, Merci! “Thank you!” Excusez-moi. “Excuse me.” Anytime you bump into someone or if you step on the foot because metro […]

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Learn the Top 10 Tourist Attractions in Spain

Learn the Top 10 Tourist Attractions in Spain

Hi, everyone! This is Rosa. Today, we’ll be doing the top 10 tourist attractions in Spain. So let’s start! acueducto de Segovia “Aqueduct of Segovia” El acueducto de Segovia es un acueducto romano. “The Aqueduct of Segovia is a Roman aqueduct.” I haven’t been to the aqueduct of Segovia, but I think it has to […]

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Study English – Series 1, Episode 8: Crocodile Tourism

Study English – Series 1, Episode 8: Crocodile Tourism

Hello. Welcome again to Study English, IELTS preparation. I’m Margot Politis. Today we’ll look at some words that cause a lot of confusion – the relative pronouns ‘that’, ‘which’ and ‘who’, and then we’ll do some pronunciation practice. But first, let’s listen to some people talk about a very dangerous tourist attraction from Australia’s Northern […]

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Learn the Top 10 Phrases Tourists Should Never Use in Japanese

Learn the Top 10 Phrases Tourists Should Never Use in Japanese

Hi, everyone! Risa here! Welcome to Japanese Top Words. Today, we are going to do top 10 phrases tourists should never use. Never use, never ever. 最低! (Saitē!) “That’s disgusting!” この国の人のテーブルマナーは最低! (Konokuni no hito no tēburu manā wa saitē!) “In this country, people’s table manners are disgusting!” 私の国の方がいい。 (Watashi no kuni no hō ga ī.) […]

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Top 10 Tourist Vocabulary You Need to Know in Japan

Top 10 Tourist Vocabulary You Need to Know in Japan

Hi, everyone! Welcome to Japanese Top Words. Today, we are going to learn top 10 most common tourist vocabulary. Let’s go! 切符 (kippu) “ticket” 東京駅までの切符を一枚ください。 (Tōkyō-eki made no kippu o ichi-mai kudasai.) “One ticket to Tokyo Station, please.” 旅行者 (ryokōsha) “tourist” この町には旅行者がたくさんいます。 (Kono machi ni wa ryokōsha ga takusan imasu.) “There are many tourists in […]

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