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Sports – Names of Sports in English – Vocabulary Lesson

Sports – Names of Sports in English – Vocabulary Lesson

The names of sports in English archery athletics track and field badminton baseball basketball BMX racing boxing chess clay target shooting cricket cross-country skiing cycling diving downhill mountain biking equestrian fencing field hockey figure skating football soccer football American football golf gymnastics horse racing ice hockey jogging judo karate kayaking paintball polo pool billiards rafting […]

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“The Letter A Song” by ABCmouse.com

“The Letter A Song” by ABCmouse.com

Alan ate an apple, and awesome it did taste. Ava ate an apricot, and not a bite did waste. Andy watched a little ant crawl along the ground. And Allie watched an alligator swim without a sound. The alphabet begins with a. Hooray! Hooray! Hooray for a! Let’s find the words that start with letter […]

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Kids vocabulary – Olympic Sports – Game of Sports – Learn English for kids – educational video

Kids vocabulary – Olympic Sports – Game of Sports – Learn English for kids – educational video

Olympic Sports Olympic Wow, the Olympic games now begin! archery archery athletics athletics badminton badminton basketball basketball boxing boxing canoeing and kayaking canoeing and kayaking cycling cycling equestrian equestrian diving diving fencing fencing golf golf gymnastics gymnastics handball handball hockey hockey judo judo modern pentathlon modern pentathlon rhythmic gymnastics rhythmic gymnastics rowing rowing sailing sailing […]

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Learn Vocabulary: Sports of the Winter Olympics

Learn Vocabulary: Sports of the Winter Olympics

Hi. Welcome to www.engvid.com. I’m Adam. In today’s lesson we’re going to talk about the Winter Olympics. They’re just around the corner, and I figured it’s a good idea that you know what’s going on if you’re interested in winter sports. I’m going to tell you about the different events that you can watch, and […]

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Figures of speech

Have you ever heard something so funny that you literally died laughing? No, you have not. As a figure of speech, probably, but you did not “literally” die. I’m talking about the difference between literal and figurative language. Stick around and let’s talk about figures of speech… [FIGURES OF SPEECH] [♫] [snap] [♪] Hi. Welcome […]

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