01_Song : How's the Weather? 02_Song : Rain, Rain, Go Away. 03_Song : How's the weather? 04_Song : How's the weather? 05_Rap : It's snowing 06_Rap : How's the weather? 07_Rap : How's the weather here?
The names of parts of the body in English with the pronunciation of each one. We show where each body part is on a picture. The parts of the body that appear in this video are: head, face, eye, eyebrow, cheek, mouth, chin, forehead, nose, lip, ear, neck, shoulder, elbow, hip, forearm, chest, arm, hand, palm, wrist, thumb, finger, knee, leg, foot, thigh, shin, toe, calf, ankle, heel. When we have two of that body part (e.g. eyes, legs etc.) we show the singular and plural spelling as well as how to say how them (pronunciation).
This lesson is about getting you in shape. What does that mean? It means going to the gym and exercising, and all the vocabulary you need to do that well. If you go to the gym and you need to speak to a personal trainer or a fitness coach, he or she will use these words to help you get a very nice body.
The names of vegetables in English accompanied by a photo of each one. We give the American English name of each vegetable as well as the British English name of them.
We have included the following vegetables in this video: artichoke, artichoke, asparagus, beet (beetroot), bell pepper (pepper / capsicum), broccoli, Brussels sprout, cabbage, carrot, cauliflower, celery, corn, cucumber, eggplant (aubergine), green bean, lettuce, mushroom, onion, pea, potato, pumpkin, radish, sweet potato, tomato, zucchini (courgette).
Mr Duncan will show us the castle of Powys and then he'll teach us some action words and expressions.