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Why ‘love’ is a useless word – and three alternatives
 
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Many of our relationship problems stem from the emptiness of our vocabulary around our affectionate emotion. We have only the minimal word 'love'. Luckily, the Ancient Greeks had a more nuanced and complicated vocabulary that we can usefully borrow from. If you like our films, take a look at our shop (we ship worldwide): https://goo.gl/8m9vG1 Join our mailing list: http://bit.ly/2e0TQNJ Or visit us in person at our London HQ https://goo.gl/Zo4Zqo FURTHER READING “Love is our highest value, what we all crave and what we believe makes us fundamentally human, but it is also the source of considerable anxiety. Chiefly, we worry whether we are entirely normal because it frequently feels as if we are not experiencing love the way we should be…” You can read more on this and other subjects on our blog, here: https://goo.gl/8smXPi MORE SCHOOL OF LIFE Our website has classes, articles and products to help you think and grow: https://goo.gl/ZqMRGy Watch more films on RELATIONSHIPS in our playlist: http://bit.ly/TSOLrelationships You can submit translations and transcripts on all of our videos here: https://www.youtube.com/timedtext_cs_panel?c=UC7IcJI8PUf5Z3zKxnZvTBog&tab=2 Find out how more here: https://support.google.com/youtube/answer/6054623?hl=en-GB SOCIAL MEDIA Feel free to follow us at the links below: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/theschooloflifelondon/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/TheSchoolOfLife Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/theschooloflifelondon/ CREDITS Produced in collaboration with: Vale Productions http://www.valeproductions.co.uk/
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British vs. American English: Testing Each Other's Word Knowledge
 
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I finally convinced Tarah to make a sustained appearance on the show! In this episode, we test each other on the definitions of British and American words! Also, check out my brother-in-law's website to sign up for guitar lessons: http://www.modernguitarlesson.com/ For more videos and to help me reach my dream goal of 793,011 subscribers, subscribe to Lost in the Pond right here on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCqabPJa-N6ORAlO5yMBtWXg And since you’ve read this far, you’re almost certainly prepared to stalk me on social media. I am okay with this. Just don’t send me any more of those Kate and William plate sets (I’m looking at you, PrinceWilliamOfficial). Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/LostInThePond Twitter: https://twitter.com/LostInThePondUS Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/lostinthepond/ Website: http://www.LostinthePond.com
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SLANG words using 'bug' in English
 
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Native English speakers use the word "bug" in slang a lot. And no, it has nothing to do with insects! In this lesson, I will teach you many ways to use the word "bug" as a noun, as an adjective, and as a verb. For example, we will look at what it means when someone "bugs you" or what might be wrong if your phone is "bugged". Computers can also have "bugs". Don't get "bugged out", though, because I will explain everything in the video. To help you remember this common slang term and start using it in your own conversations, make sure you do the quiz at https://www.engvid.com/english-slang-bug/ Time to watch more slang lessons! 1. Food has body parts?! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YsgvWcePHtg&t=0s&index=5&list=PLpLRk365gbPaslG6vcDsKjwyoPMDctzw7 2. English Slang from the bakery?! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kIMHyaagJWw&list=PLpLRk365gbPaslG6vcDsKjwyoPMDctzw7&index=11&t=0s 3. PISS Slang: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3O3Yb69_t9E&list=PLpLRk365gbPaslG6vcDsKjwyoPMDctzw7&index=23&t=0s TRANSCRIPT Yeah. Hi, mom. Yeah. Yup. Sorry, what'd you say? No, no, I'm making a video. Yeah. No, I got time to talk, yeah. Hold, hold... What? What's wrong? Ahh. My phone keeps on turning off and my mom... Mom, can you hear me? Hello? Hello? Hello? No, it's Ronnie. Yup, yeah, yup. Good. Nope. It's my phone. My phone's buggy. Yeah. Yeah. Uh-huh. No. Ah, ah. Aw. Does this happen to you? You're doing something on your phone or you're making a phone call, and all of a sudden your phone stops working? We've got some slang words for this. It's called "buggy". So, if you look at the board behind me, I'm going to teach you some slang. And the root word is "a bug". So you guys know... Might know one of my best friends, the lady bug, who's actually a beetle. As a noun in a dictionary, "a bug" is an insect. Do you like insects? Do you eat them? No, okay, cool. And it also can be a problem with computer. So, you can say: "I have a bug in my laptop." And you think: "Wow, there's like an insect in your laptop?" And you go: "No, silly rabbit, 'a bug' means a problem." So, if you've got a problem with a computer, maybe your tablet or your laptop or your phone, you can say: "I have a problem" or "I have a bug with my computer" or "with my phone". This always sucks, doesn't it? Then we have some verbs to use in slang time. If somebody "bugs" you, it means that they annoy you. So, if you annoy someone, you maybe poke them a lot or call their name, like: "Hey, Ronnie. Ronnie. Ronnie. Ronnie. Ronnie." Ronnie's busy, but you keep on calling my name. Don't annoy me. Don't bug me. So, you can tell the person: "Hey. Don't bug me. Leave me alone. I'm busy. Okay?" Another way that we use this in slang is when somebody gets angry at you or freaks out. So, if you get angry, you freak out, you lose your temper, so: Do you have a mom? Maybe... Or a friend who always gets crazy, you can say: "Hey. Don't be bugging on me." We also have another slang word, it's called "tripping". So it's the same thing. "Don't be tripping." It means: "Relax. Don't yell at me. Everything's fine. Don't annoy me." Don't get angry. Don't freak out. Everything's going to be cool, maybe. My phone, my phone's "buggy" -- that means that it's not working correctly, there's something wrong with my phone. So this is an adjective. I can say there's "a bug" in my phone, which would be a noun. Or if I use it as an adjective: "My phone is buggy." Do you watch spy movies or science-fiction movies? And sometimes the people might say: "I can't talk on the line, it's not secure; my phone is bugged." Hmm. This means if something is bugged that there is a microphone in it and someone is listening to your conversation. Hold on, and they're getting all of your information. So, if something is bugged, it means that they're stealing your information, usually on a phone. Then we have the phrasal verb: "bugging out". This has a lot to do with people who are on drugs. So, for example, I can say: "He was bugging out on the bus." If somebody's bugging out on the bus, they're like: "What's happening? What's happening?" They go a little crazy. You kind of think that they're crazy. It's probably just the crack that they've smoked. But if somebody's bugging out on the bus, they seem really, really crazy. So, you can say to them: "Don't bug me. He's bugging out." Another way that we use this is if something or someone makes you feel uncomfortable, you can say: "He's making me bug out." This means: He's making me feel uncomfortable. You could also say: "He's bugging me out", which means this person has a bad vibe, and it's making you feel uncomfortable. Oh, mom. Yeah. No, finished the lesson. Yeah. Bug, yeah, my phone's not bugged, mom. No, we're good. Yeah. Okay. Yeah, okay, don't... I... I'll be back. Yeah. Okay. Yup. Mm-hmm. Okay.
Can You Solve The Secret Word Logic Puzzle?
 
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A teacher writes six words on the board: cat, dog, has, max, dim, tag. The teacher hands a piece of paper to Albert, another to Bernard, and another to Cheryl. The teacher explains each paper contains a different letter from one of the words written on the board. The teacher asks if Albert knows the secret word, and *after a moment, he replies aloud, "Yes." The teacher then asks Bernard, and after a moment of thinking, he also says, "Yes." And finally Cheryl is asked and she takes a moment and then confidently replies, "Yes," she also knows the word. Albert, Bernard and Cheryl always ace their logic exams. What was the secret word? Watch the video for the solution. *Since the original wording caused confusion, I meant to say each person takes a moment to think. As written in the video there was room for interpretation--if I were grading I would have accepted any logically reasoned conclusion. My blog post for this video http://wp.me/p6aMk-52W I adapted this problem from the puzzle "Yes, Yes, Yes" in "The Great Book of Mind Teasers & Mind Puzzlers" by George J. Summers, which has the same situation with 5 words. This puzzle has been featured on Mental Floss, Reader's Digest, and MSN: http://mentalfloss.com/article/516930/can-you-guess-secret-word-brain-teaser https://www.rd.com/culture/solve-secret-word-logic-puzzle/ https://www.msn.com/en-us/lifestyle/smart-living/if-you-can-solve-the-secret-word-in-this-logic-puzzle-you-might-be-a-genius/ar-BBEKrU7?li=BBnb7Kz If you like my videos, you can support me at Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/mindyourdecisions Connect on social media. I update each site when I have a new video or blog post, so you can follow me on whichever method is most convenient for you. My Blog: https://mindyourdecisions.com/blog/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/preshtalwalkar Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Mind-Your-Decisions/168446714965 Google+: https://plus.google.com/108336608566588374147/posts Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/preshtalwalkar/ Tumblr: https://preshtalwalkar.tumblr.com/ Instagram: https://instagram.com/preshtalwalkar/ Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/mindyourdecisions Newsletter (sent only for big news, like a new book release): http://eepurl.com/KvS0r If you buy from the links below I may receive a commission for sales. This has no effect on the price for you. My Books "The Joy of Game Theory" shows how you can use math to out-think your competition. (rated 3.8/5 stars on 31 reviews) http://amzn.to/1uQvA20 "The Irrationality Illusion: How To Make Smart Decisions And Overcome Bias" is a handbook that explains the many ways we are biased about decision-making and offers techniques to make smart decisions. (rated 5/5 stars on 2 reviews) http://amzn.to/1o3FaAg "Math Puzzles Volume 1" features classic brain teasers and riddles with complete solutions for problems in counting, geometry, probability, and game theory. Volume 1 is rated 4.4/5 stars on 13 reviews. http://amzn.to/1GhUUSH "Math Puzzles Volume 2" is a sequel book with more great problems. (rated 5/5 stars on 3 reviews) http://amzn.to/1NKbyCs "Math Puzzles Volume 3" is the third in the series. (rated 3.8/5 stars on 4 reviews) http://amzn.to/1NKbGlp "40 Paradoxes in Logic, Probability, and Game Theory" contains thought-provoking and counter-intuitive results. (rated 4.3/5 stars on 12 reviews) http://amzn.to/1LOCI4U "The Best Mental Math Tricks" teaches how you can look like a math genius by solving problems in your head (rated 4.7/5 stars on 4 reviews) http://amzn.to/18maAdo "Multiply Numbers By Drawing Lines" This book is a reference guide for my video that has over 1 million views on a geometric method to multiply numbers. (rated 5/5 stars on 3 reviews) http://amzn.to/XRm7M4
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You Can't Say This Word
 
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Slang: 13 Funny Word Mash-Ups in English
 
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Word mash-ups are slang terms made of two words to describe something in more detail. For example, "brunch" is a combination of "breakfast" and "lunch", and it means a meal that combines both breakfast and lunch foods. In this lesson, I will teach you many common word mash-ups that native English speakers use, such as "hangry", "skort", "shart", "ginormous", "spork", "sexting", and more. Many of these words are so common that they are almost considered standard English vocabulary, so it is important to know them. You can even create your own word mash-ups, and maybe they will become popular! At the end of the lesson, test your knowledge by doing the quiz, and don't forget to submit your own ideas for new word mash-ups in the comments section! http://www.engvid.com/slang-13-funny-word-mash-ups-in-english/ TRANSCRIPT Are you ready for some mash up? Mash it up, mash it up. My name's Ronnie. I'm going to teach you how to mash things up. What does that mean? Mash up. Do you like potatoes? And you mash them? You combine them, squish them together, put some butter... No. What? Okay, so word mash-ups, word mash-ups, slang, teaching you slang. Word mash-ups mean we take two words, mash them together, and make a whole new language for you to learn. And just when you thought you had mastered English vocabulary, we make more for you. These are fun. And by the end of this lesson, I think you can make your own word mash-ups. That'll be fun. So, let's get the potatoes cooking. Let's mash up some words. Maybe some of these words you have heard before and maybe you know them. Very, very popular word is "brunch", but do you know what "brunch" means? "Brunch" is a word mash-up. It's old-school, which means it's old. "Brunch" means "breakfast" and "lunch" at the same time. So, brunch begins from whatever time you want and usually ends at about 3:00. So if you want to eat from the time you wake up until afternoon, you're eating brunch. It's breakfast and lunch together, so that means you get to eat all the breakfast foods and all the delicious lunch foods at one time. Glorious brunch. Maybe you have heard this word, I personally think it's a little overused, the word is called "chillax". "Chill" and "relax". If you have watched my lesson on "Chill, Chill Out", you're going to know that "chill" means to be calm. So, "chill" and "relax" means to be calm and relaxed. Chillax, people, everything's going to be fine. Bro, chillax, bro. Brah. Have you heard people say this: "brah" or "bro"? It is a slang way for usually men to greet each other. We don't say: -"Good afternoon, Kevin. How are you today?" -"Why, I'm fine." We say: "Brah, what's up? Yo, bro." for boys. So we have what's called a "bromance". What do you think "bromance" means? It means "bro" and "romance", so this means that you are a man and you kind of like another guy, but you're not gay. You just like your friend a lot. Next one, we hear this a lot in TV. Well, all of them you're going to hear in American TV, but this is I imagine in a TV commercial: a "staycation". It sounds like "vacation". So, a "staycation" means a stay-at-home vacation. This means you don't have to go to work-yes-but you're not travelling somewhere. Usually on vacations we travel. A staycation means you don't go to work and you stay at home in your pajamas, watching www.engvid.com. Would you do that? Yeah. You're doing it now. These ones, I think, are my favourite. The first one, not very well-known, is: "vurp". "Vurp" means "vomit" and "burp". So, you have to burp. [Burps] Excuse me. But actually when you do that, some vomit comes up - not a good situation... I didn't vurp, it's fine. Not a good situation. So, maybe you've eaten a lot at brunch, maybe you've overdone it, had a little bromance at brunch and you're eating, and you burp, but a little bit of stomach vile comes up - that's a vurp. You don't actually vomit, but it's... It's kind of close. This one is actually quite fun and a great conversation starter. This is "shart". "Shart" is "shit" and "fart". It's along the same meaning as vomit and burp, except it's the other end. So, you think you're going to fart... Fart means: "[makes fart noise]". Okay? But actually, uh-oh, a little bit of poo or shit comes out. A little embarrassing. We also have a word for this is Hershey squirts. Do you know the Hershey's kisses? Kind of the same idea there or... So, a shart is you think you're going to fart, you're like: "Oh, it's safe." [Fart noise]. Oh. You can usually see it in the person's face.
Change word meanings with SYLLABLE STRESS
 
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Did you know that some English words change their meaning if you change the syllable stress? For example, there is a huge difference between CON-tent and con-TENT! With 14 examples of this amazing phenomenon, this lesson is a PER-fect way to per-FECT your English! After watching, you can download and print the resource page which contains 30 more examples for you to practice: http://www.engvid.com/english-resource/35-words-stress-changes-meaning/ There is also a quiz to test your understanding at: http://www.engvid.com/ TRANSCRIPT Hello. This is Gill at www.engvid.com, and today, we're going to be having a look at a very interesting aspect of the English language: What happens with some words if you stress a different syllable. Okay? This is quite important, because sometimes the change of stress just changes a noun to a verb, or a verb to a noun, but there are some other words which we will also be looking at where the meaning of the word completely changes if you change which syllable you're stressing. Okay. So this is quite important to be clear on which syllable to stress for the particular meaning that you want. Okay. So, we're going to start with the easier part, which is a two-syllable word, so two syllables: "mm-mm, mm-mm", two syllables where if you stress it on the first syllable where I've put capital letters, it's the noun; and if you stress it on the second syllable, again, capital letters, it becomes the verb. The general meaning is the same with this group of words, but you're changing from noun to verb when you're changing the stress. Okay? So it's important to know whether you're saying a noun or a verb. So remember it's always the first stress syllable is the noun, second syllable stressed is the verb. Okay, so let's have a look at the example, here. So, a "RE-cord", if you keep a record of something or if you play a record that has music on it in the days when we used to have black plastic records that went round and round on a gramophone or a record player. A "record" is something recorded, or if you write down in a document, you make a note of something, you make a... You keep a record of something that happened, or something that was agreed. Maybe in a meeting somebody keeps a note of the discussion of the meeting, and then they print it out and send it to everyone who was at the meeting as a record of that meeting, what was discussed, what was agreed, and so on. So, the "record", that's the noun: "the record", "a record" is the noun. But if you then change the stress and say: "re-CORD", that becomes the verb. We are going to record a song. So if you're making a CD, now, rather than a black plastic record that goes around, a CD, we are going to record the new song that we've written. Or at the meeting, we will record the agreement. So, that is the verb, the action of recording. If you say: "recording", "recording", it's the "cord" bit that you stress. But a record is the thing itself, the noun. Okay. And you'll also notice the vowel sound changes slightly, because you're changing the stress. So: "record", "eh", the "eh" sound, but "record", "a", it becomes an "a" sound, here. "RE-cord", "re-CORD", so sometimes with the change of stress, the vowel sound changes, too. Okay. Right, next one: "SUS-pect" and "sus-PECT". Right? So, "suspect", if someone is a suspect, they are usually, maybe the police think that they committed a crime. We have caught the suspect. We are questioning a suspect of someone who maybe stole something from a shop, and then somebody identifies them later, and that is a suspect. So that's the noun, the person, usually, is a suspect. If you suspect someone, if you do the action of suspecting, the police suspect this person of having committed that crime. So, we suspect, if you do the action of suspecting. So: "SUS-pect" is the noun, "sus-PECT" is the verb, the action of having suspicion about somebody. Okay. "IM-port" and "im-PORT". An import or the import is some product that is imported from one country to another. We have imports. The goods themselves, the products, which arrive by plane, or ship, that's the import. Okay? The thing itself. But the action is we import these goods on a daily basis. We are importing the goods. So the action is import. All right?
FUNNY SONG #3: The Long Word Song
 
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The long word in this funny song is spelled 2 ways: HippopotomonstrosesquiPPedaliophobia, which has become preferred in recent years, and HippopotomonstrosesquiPedaliophobia. The Long Word Song is a funny song by Bryant Oden, about a real word, that means fear of long words. It's also spelled with two Ps in quipped: HippopotomonstrosesquiPPedaliophobia. It's a newer word, and experts still disagree about the spelling. It's pronounced Hippo potto monstroses quip ed alio phobia. More funny songs by Bryant Oden (AKA Songdrops), like The Duck Song, I Got a Pea, The Homework Song, Best Friends Forever, Tarantula's, The Color Song, and many more, on this channel and at Songdrops.com. Free download of this song: http://www.payloadz.com/d1/?id=2793262 Free download of the instrumental karaoke version: http://www.payloadz.com/d1/?id=2845692 Pneumonoultramicroscopicsilicovolcanoconiosis (Pneumono ultra microscopic silico volcano coniosis) is in most dictionaries but some experts believe the word was created specifically in order to be ridiculously long... LYRICS to The Long Word Song: ((Hippopotomonstrosesquipedaliophobia) I’ve been afraid of big words since I was a kid I thought that I’d get over it somehow I never did Usually it’s no big deal but every now and then You’re audaciously loquacious (ahh!) it kicks in again I went to a specialist and said what’s wrong with me Based upon your test results, it’s not hard to see You’re afraid of lengthy words you’re not the only one Here’s what your condition’s called but this won’t be much fun Hippopotomonstrosesquipedaliophobia Hippopotomonstrosesquipedaliophobia If you’re afraid it’s no big deal, here’s one you should know-a Hippopotomonstrosesquipedaliophobia I’m not even joking, no I kid you not Though it’s absurd that’s the word I don’t like it a lot There’s one thing I know for sure so listen if you please Whoever came up with the word did not have the disease [Chorus] I was in my science class when I started screaming It was cuz of a video the teacher was streaming It was about a lung disease I hope they all get better But whoever named it gave it way too many letters I mean really who would name a disease Pneumonoultramicroscopicsilicovolcanoconiosis Not very sensitive to people who have [chorus] [chorus] Other funny songs for kids and everyone by Bryant Oden include The Duck Song, I Got a Pea, The BFF Song, Tarantulas, Paula the Koala, and dozens of other other funny songs).
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Learn Different Ways to Use the Word "way" in English  :)
 
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Learning how to use the English word "way" can be difficult. It has several different meanings. In this video I look at several examples of how to use the word "way" when you are writing or speaking English. Enjoy! ✅ **FREE** practice materials for each video if you sign up here: http://eepurl.com/dmbDYX ✅ Learn a new English word everyday with me on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/engbobthecanadian/ ✅ Ask me questions on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/bobthecanadian IMPORTANT ENGLISH LEARNING TIP: You should always watch the whole video, right to the end, and then watch it again right away. This is a great way to reinforce what you have just learned. My videos are short to make this easier. TRANSCRIPT: Hi Bob the Canadian here. There are several ways to use the word "way" in English. In this video let's take a look at several different uses of the word "way". One of the first uses of the word "way" is with two phrases that can be used to cheer or encourage someone. The first phrase is: Way to go! And the second phrase is: That's the way! So let's imagine you're watching your favourite football team, and you want to cheer or encourage them. You could yell: That's the way team! You can do it! Or you could yell: Way to go team! You are doing great. A second way to use the word "way" is to describe distance using the phrase: "All the way" You could say things like: He ran all the way to the library. Or, He drove all the way to Toronto. In this phrase when we say "all the way" we mean that they drove the entire distance, or they went the entire distance. He went all the way to Toronto. He drove the entire distance to Toronto. A third use of the word way can be when talking about the path or direction someone is going. The phrase "go the other way" could be used to tell someone to turn around. Stop! Go the other way! You could say to tell someone that they can't come forward, but they need to turn around and go in the opposite direction. We also use the word "way" when using phrases like "it is on the way" You could say: I can pick up milk on my way to work because the store is in between my home and the place I work at. I can stop on the way. And the third way to use it with paths or distances is the phrase "to have lost your way" He lost his way. This basically indicates that the person is lost. They don't know where they are anymore. On his way to the store he lost his way. He is now lost. A fourth way to use the word "way" in English is to describe a method for doing something, or to describe the method that someone did do something. So you could use phrases like: The way to do it. I know the way to make bread. Or to describe that there are several ways to do something. There are many ways to make bread. Or to describe how someone is doing something. So you could say: I like the way you sing. And finally there's just a few more phrases that aren't in a group specifically, but we say things in English like the phrase: ..by the way. And you can use the phrase "by the way" to start a sentence. By the way I am going to a movie tonight. By the way have you seen the last Star Wars movie. It's kind of an introduction to a sentence. You could also say the phrase: Way too fast. You can describe someone as driving way too fast which means they are over the speed limit. Or you could say that he eats his food way too fast. Indicating that he doesn't just eat the food fast. He eats it faster than fast. Way too fast. And lastly you could say: Get out of the way! If you were carrying something heavy and someone was blocking your path you could say: Get out of the way! Asking them to move and to clear the direction that you want to go in. Well that's several ways to use the word "way" in English. Bob the Canadian here. Learn English with Bob the Canadian. Be sure to stay around and enjoy some of my other videos and have a great day. FOR MORE HELP LEARNING ENGLISH CONNECT WITH ME ON: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/engbobthecanadian/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/bobthecanadian Google+: https://goo.gl/dWDvqA Twitter: https://twitter.com/bobthecanadian2 My Blog: http://bobthecanadian.com/
Alison Krauss - When You Say Nothing At All
 
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Music video by Alison Krauss performing When You Say Nothing At All. (C) 1995 Rounder Records. Manufactured and distributed by Concord Music Group, Inc.
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How To Pronounce Word, World, & Girl and other helpful tips
 
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In this webinar I teach you how to pronounce the sounds /w/, /thd/, and /Lth/ combinations. We will also work on the words 'word', 'world', and 'girl'. I go over all the American vowel sounds both long and short. We also work on the R sound and linking. I hope you enjoy the video and practice along with me! To enroll in the 7-Day FREE Trial go to: http://www.pronunciationpro.com/youtube-free-trial/ /w/, /thd/, /lth/ Have you ever had a hard time pronouncing these sounds or sound combinations? I go through several examples for you to follow along. WORD, WORLD, GIRL These 2 English words are very similar to each other and all have that tricky R sound. In this video I teach you how to say each of these English words and how to break them down so you can pronounce them correctly. LONG & SHORT VOWELS Have you ever wondered what are the long and short English vowels sounds? I go over each of them, talk about why they are either long or short and the rules that show you how to pronounce them correctly. To enroll in the 7-Day FREE Trial go to: http://www.pronunciationpro.com/youtube-free-trial/ English R Sound Many of my students have trouble pronouncing the American R sound. Some use a flat tongue while others use the Retroflexed R. I describe the difference and how you can work on producing the correct R sound. LINKING Towards the end of this video I work on linking with my students. Linking is smoothly connecting one English word to the next so you can sound fluent and natural in English. This is important when using the American accent. PRONUNCIATION PRO COMMUNITY - COMING SOON My students will soon have a chance to practice together in study groups as part of their membership to Pronunciation Pro. We're working on getting the Pronunciation Pro Community page up and running soon. To enroll in the 7-Day FREE Trial go to: http://www.pronunciationpro.com/youtube-free-trial/
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This simple word can make you sound more like a native speaker of English!
 
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You may have noticed that native English speakers shorten words when they talk quickly. I know that "somuvyu" (some of  you) have a hard time hearing and bridging the preposition "of" when listening or speaking in English. After watching this lesson, "oloyu" (all of you) will have a much easier time understanding this dropped sound. This video will also help you improve your pronunciation and sound more like a native English speaker! https://www.engvid.com/how-to-say-the-word-of-like-a-native-english-speaker/ TRANSCRIPT Hi. Welcome back to www.engvid.com. I'm Adam, and in today's video I'm going to help you sound a little bit more like a native English speaker and also to be able to understand native English speakers when they speak. What I'm talking about more specifically is how to pronounce the preposition "of". Now, I said: "off", although we almost never say "off". The "f" hardly ever sounds like "f". It sounds like a "v" when it's pronounced, but even more often we just drop it altogether and just have an "a" sound or even just like a small apostrophe sound, like almost no sound at all between the "of" and the word that comes after it. Okay? So most of the time it sounds like: "a" or "ov" with a "v" sound, not an "f" sound. Now, they're very similar in the mouth where the lips and the tongue are, but we'll practice that. So, what really depends on how to use it is what follows the "f", what the next word starts with. Right? If it's followed by a hard consonant, like a "t", or a "p", or a "d", or a "k" or whatever, then we generally don't drop too much, but we leave the "of" or we have the "a". So: "A lot of people" we say in native speed: "a lot 'people", "a lot 'people". So you can either hear the "a" sound: "a lot a" or "a lot 'people", like you drop into the "p", "'people", "a lot 'people". Okay? Sometimes we can also just add the "v", so you can pronounce the "a" very hard... Or, sorry, with "time", "a lotatime", "a lot 'time" could be, again, the apostrophe, almost no sound or the "a" sound, 'or we could just use the "of": "a lot ov time", "a lot of time". Okay? Notice, also, that the last consonant goes into the vowel. "A lotatime", "a lotatime", "tatime". "A lot ov", "a lot ov time", "a lotovtime". Okay? So this is with the hard consonants. Now, when it's followed by a "th", so when we... For example, when we have "them", most native speakers will just drop the "th" altogether and just say "em". Okay? So: "so ma them", "so ma 'em". So: "so ma them", "so ma vem" because the... We drop the "th" and we take the "v" of the "of". "Some of them", "so ma vem", "so ma vem", "so ma vem", "some of them". If you want to keep the "th", drop the "v". If you want to use the "v", drop the "th". But generally we don't have them together. "So ma them", "so ma vem". Okay? But when you have a word like "these", in "these" we don't generally drop the "th". This is common with "them", not common with other words. So, "so ma these" or "so mov these". You have the "v" or you have the "a", but you keep the "th" in "these". With "them" you can drop the "th"; with "these" you keep the "th". "Some of these", "so ma these". Okay? Now: "one of the best", so here, again, we have the "th". "One ov the best", notice if say "of" with a "v" not an "f". We never pronounce the "f" or hardly ever pronounce the "f". Okay. "One of the best", "wa na the best", drop the "f", drop the "v" and keep the "a". "Wa na", "one of", "wa na the best", and keep "the best". Or if you want to use the "v", you keep the "wa", "nov", make it like blend into the next word. The "n" goes into the "o", an ellipses it's called. "Wa nov the best". So you have the option "v" or "a". Now, this is especially important when you're listening to native English speakers speak at regular speed. Native speakers don't even think about the "f", it's automatically dropped. Sometimes they'll use the "v", sometimes they'll just use the "a". Be prepared to listen to both. Okay? Let's look at a few more examples. Okay, so now we're going to look at some other situations. For example, when "of" is followed by an "h". Now, again, for native speakers the "h" is a very weak sound so we... Quite often we just drop it. We just blend it into whatever came before and after. Right? So: "Some of whom", now, if I'm speaking slowly and I'm trying to enunciate every word, I would say: "Some of whom decided that..." But in normal speed, fast English: "so ma voom", "so ma voom". Right? The "a"... The "v" from the "of", there's the "o", there's the "v": "so ma voom", it blends together, and the "h" is there but it's very soft and very weak so you don't really even hear it. "So ma voom", "so ma voom". Like, it's a little bit of an extra step but it's not really there. You can almost drop it. "A lot of help", "a law to vhelp". Now, here you notice I didn't take it out because it's still there a little bit more.
How to Use the Magic Word PLEASE: Learn English With Simple English Videos
 
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Learn how we use the magic word 'please' and how to make polite requests, offers and invitations in English. We also look at an interesting difference between British and American English and provide important patterns in word order that can stop you from appearing rude. Make sure you subscribe to this YouTube channel. https://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=vickihollettvideo Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/SimpleEnglishVideos/ Twitter: @vickivideos Visit our website to see our videos with transcripts and much more: http://www.SimpleEnglishVideos.com There you can get email updates on new videos and live classes and also download a free copy of 'Fix It', a checklist for correcting common English mistakes http://www.simpleenglishvideos.com/free-fix-it-checklist/ We would like to say a big thank you to Kathy Fagan and Rachel of Rachel's English for appearing in this video. Make sure you follow them too! Kathy Fagan Blog: Free Range ELT http://freerangekef.blogspot.com/ Rachel's English YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/rachelsenglish Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/RachelsEnglish.Pronunciation/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/Rachels_English Mailing List Sign up: http://rachelsenglish.com/newsletter-sign/ Website: http://rachelsenglish.com
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R.C. Sproul on the Word/Logos and philosophy
 
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Why did John choose to speak of the 'Logos' in John chapter 1? Likely because it was an important concept for both Jews and Greek philosophers. He was trying to appeal to them and bring them to the truth about the Word. And was John actually agreeing with the unbelieving Greeks and Jews that the Logos was impersonal ordering force or merely an attribute of God? No. For he identifies the Logos as eternal (vv.1-3), as God (vv.1, 18), as Creator (vv.3, 10), having life in Himself (v.4), the Light whom John testified of (vv.7-8), being in the world (v.10), as the Son (v.14, 18), full of grace and truth (v.14), as Jesus Christ (v.17), the originator of grace and truth (v.17) and as the revealer of God (v.18). Note that it's likely John's usage of the Logos was also influenced by the Targum and the Word of the Lord found there. The very name of God, YHWH, was often replaced by 'Word of the Lord' like in Genesis 19:24 (a key verse). If John knew this and yet freely described the Son as the Word who was God, then it would be CERTAIN that John was identifying the Son as YHWH Himself. And the Word was also described as an agent of creation with God in Isaiah 44:24, 45:12, Gen. 1:27 etc. in the Targum. This is what we find in John, Paul and the author of Hebrews for the Father and the Son. Isaiah 45:12: “I by my Memra made the earth, and created man upon it; I by my might stretched out the heavens.” (Targum) Dr. Edward Dalcour wrote "...there is solid evidence indicating that the targumic usage of the Memra (“Word”) was the background for John’s Logos theology." (A Definitive Look At Oneness Theology, p.33 [footnote]) Also note what Anthony Rogers said: "The ancient Targums identify the speaker in Deuteronomy 32:39 as the Word of God, which is the very title John gives to Jesus in the prologue to his gospel (John 1:1, 14; cf. 1 John 1:1–3, Rev. 19:13). In other words, according to the ancient Jews who paraphrased this passage in Aramaic, the one who originally said “I Am” in the Old Testament is the Divine Word, even as the one who said “I Am” in John’s gospel is the Divine Word, the Lord Jesus Christ." (2015: pp.19-20) Some helpful videos: 'A Biblical Case for the Trinity in 5 minutes' : http://bit.ly/1TQ5awo 'The apostle John was a Trinitarian' : http://bit.ly/1UBBF03 'Demonstrating the eternal Son from Scripture': http://bit.ly/1X6Ak4u 'Three persons in one context (verses)' : http://bit.ly/1UPK28f 'Trinity proven from the Old Testament by Sam Shamoun' : http://bit.ly/1X9WrHi 'Does "Let Us Make Man" Prove the Trinity?' : http://bit.ly/1TUoFBw 'Jewish Trinitarians?' : http://bit.ly/29VHt12 'Lecture: The Third Person of The Trinity' : http://bit.ly/1Uc5Dbg 'The oneness of the Trinity' : http://bit.ly/2aZKYaZ 'Debate: Trinity vs. Oneness (Smith vs. Ritchie)' : http://bit.ly/25uMkBi
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English Vocabulary: Many ways to use the word 'BACK'
 
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You probably know the word 'back'. But did you know that it can be used as a noun, verb, adjective, adverb, and a phrasal verb? In this lesson, you'll learn to use this very common word in each of these ways. The English language has many words that can have different meanings. I'll explain how this simple word can take on many different meanings, and I'll give you examples to help you understand each of them. You'll also learn expressions with the word 'back'. So don't hold back, and don't back out. Check out this video! Go back to Engvid to take the quiz: http://www.engvid.com/english-vocabulary-back/ TRANSCRIPT Hi. I'm Gill at www.engvid.com, and today we have a lesson on a little word "back". And this is in response to a request from Najma, who posted a comment on the www.engvid.com website. So, thank you, Najma, I hope you're watching. This is for you. Okay. So, the use of the word "back". It's a very common word; it's used all the time. And it's also used in different ways as different parts of speech. So it can be used as a noun, as an adjective, as an adverb, as a verb, and it can be used as part of a phrasal verb. So I'll be showing you examples of all of these. Okay? So, let's start with "back" used as a noun. Okay? So, for example, if you're talking about a friend of yours who, when they get on the bus, they always go to the back, they like to sit at the back. So: "He always sits at the back of the bus." You can tell it's a noun because it has "the" in front of it. "The back", okay? Right, so: "He always sits at the back of the bus." Second one, the back can be in a location, but you can also talk about my back, that's this, part of your body is your back at the back. So: "My back is itching!" Oo, ah, oo. I have to scratch. It's itching. Ah. Okay? "My back is itching." Okay? Useful word: "itching". It's probably not polite, though, to sort of scratch in public. So you have to be a bit careful about that. It's probably safe to scratch your back and to scratch your head up to a certain extent, but other parts of the body, maybe not a good idea in public. So, okay, better move on. Right, you're arranging to meet somebody and depending on whether you're in America or in another part of the world where English is spoken, you can either say: "I'll meet you in back of the building." That's the American way of using "back" or in the U.K., for example, we would say: "I will meet you behind the building." That means at the back, behind. It's a similar idea. So "in back of" is American. In the U.K., we say "behind". All right. So that's "back" as a noun. Moving on to "back" used as an adjective to describe something, a back something. Question: "Did you close the back door?" Okay? In your house, you might have a back door and a front door. This is the back door, the door at the back of the house, the back door. Okay? And also: "He's in the back room." So different rooms in the house, a room at the back is called "a back room" as an adjective. Okay. All right. Then moving on, using "back" as an adverb where it's sort of modifies a verb: "I'm going back home now." You can say: "I'm going home now." But going back home is like the idea of returning home. "I'm going back home now." To go back. Right? And, finally, in this section: "Our neighbours are back from holiday." So, that again is an adverb: "they are back from holiday". Okay, so we'll move on now to look at "back" used as a verb. Okay, so now let's have a look at "back" used as a verb. Right? So, for example: "The car was backing into the street." So the car was going backwards into the street, it was backing. So "to back" is what a car can do. Okay? Another way of backing somebody or something, if you say: "Don't worry - if you want to raise this issue with the boss I will back you." Meaning: I will support you. If there's a problem in the office, and your friend is a little bit unsure about whether to talk to the boss about it, they need a bit of support, you say: "I will back you." Meaning: "I will agree with you and say the same thing to the boss that you are saying." Okay? "I will back you", support you. And a similar idea of supporting: "The company will back the project." That usually means money, putting money into a project to make something happen, so "to back something" can be financial. Okay.
Best Self-Improvement Advice. Word Bearers, Hear Me! Also Relevant for Other YouTubers
 
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The Other F Word | Full Punk Rock Documentary [2011]
 
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AlternAttic | The very best of Alternative Music since 1991 ----------------------------------------­­­--------------------------------------­-­-­------------- Follow Us : https://twitter.com/alternattic Support Us : https://www.patreon.com/alternattic ----------------------------------------­­­--------------------------------------­-­-­------------- The Other F Word is a 2011 American documentary film directed by independent filmmaker Andrea Blaugrund Nevins. The film explores the world of aging punk rock musicians, as they transition into parents and try to maintain the contrast between their anti-authoritarian lifestyle with the responsibilities of fatherhood, the titular "other F word". In addition to interviewing over twenty musicians from across the spectrum of the punk genre, from Mark Hoppus of Blink 182 to Fat Mike of NOFX, the film also includes other emblematic figures of subculture such as professional skateboarder Tony Hawk, in a chronicle of the struggles and rewards that accompany raising their children. It was released in the U.S. by Oscilloscope Laboratories in 2011. ----------------------------------------­­­--------------------------------------­-­-­------------- PREMISE Primarily rotating around interviews of Pennywise lead singer Jim Lindberg, the documentary intermittently switches amongst different musicians, as it jumps between their travels on the road doing concert tours and time spent at home with their kids. In the course of the movie, the interviews are interspersed with archived concert footage of the punk rockers, from recent shows as well as their early years, to depict some of the challenges they face in their roles as parents - while at the same time maintaining their roles as anti-establishment figures for their punk rock fan following. Remarking that their adolescence often lacked much in the way of paternal guidance,[2] the interviewees speak of how they earnestly are trying to be the supportive role models for their kids, that they themselves never had while growing up. Featured interviews with Tony Cadena - The Adolescents Art Alexakis - Everclear Rob Chaos - Total Chaos Joe Escalante - The Vandals Josh Freese - Session Drummer Fat Mike - NOFX Flea - Red Hot Chili Peppers Lars Frederiksen - Rancid Matt Freeman - Rancid Jack Grisham - TSOL Brett Gurewitz - Bad Religion Tony Hawk - Pro Skater Greg Hetson - Circle Jerks Mark Hoppus - blink-182 Jim Lindberg - Pennywise Mike McDermott - Bouncing Souls Tim McIlrath - Rise Against Mark Mothersbaugh - Devo Duane Peters - U.S. Bombs Joe Sib - SideOneDummy Records Ron Reyes - Black Flag Rick Thorne - BMX Rider ----------------------------------------­­­--------------------------------------­-­-­------------- PRODUCTION The film's first-time director Nevins, initially conceived of the idea for the documentary after reading a book by Jim Lindberg called "Punk Rock Dad",[2] that explored his own feelings of being the raucous punk rocker of his band Pennywise, while at the same time raising kids. Thinking of the punk rock and fatherhood combination as a "fun oxymoron", Nevins originally believed the film would be in the spirit of a comedy, but after realizing how layered and heartfelt the experiences of the men she interviewed really were, the direction of the film changed significantly. The relatively low-cost budget of the film was maintained by the use of its inexpensive camera work and a soundtrack that features most of the artists interviewed throughout the film. ----------------------------------------­­­--------------------------------------­-­-­------------- BOX OFFICE The Other F Word garnered $53,200 in gross earnings, bringing in $13,286 with its opening weekend premiere in two theaters. CRITICAL RECEPTION The documentary received generally positive reviews from critics, with Jeanette Catsoulis of The New York Times describing it as "a compelling and often touching peek at punk paternity" and Joe Heim of The Washington Post praising the film's dual nature as "beautifully shot and requisitely gritty." Rotten Tomatoes lists twenty-two fresh reviews of the film giving it a 76% overall rating. ----------------------------------------­­­--------------------------------------­-­-­------------- AWARDS The 2011 South by Southwest film festival nominated The Other F Word for its "Films Presented" award.
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Improve your Vocabulary: English word pairs about TIME
 
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Improve your English with this useful vocabulary lesson! You'll learn 10 common word pairs to improve your vocabulary and to give you more tools to speak like a native English speaker. I'll also give you examples and explain when these expressions are usually used. The word pairs include: "now and then", "quick and easy", "then and there", "slow and steady", "little by little", and many more. Learn these short informal English phrases and you're guaranteed to sound more confident and comfortable in your English conversations. TAKE THE QUIZ: https://www.engvid.com/vocabulary-english-word-pairs-time/ TRANSCRIPT If you're lost, you can look and you will find me, time after time. Hey, everyone. I'm Alex. Thanks for clicking, and welcome to this lesson on some common word pairs or expressions with time. So, not just the word "time", but different expressions we use to indicate time, or different expressions or word pairs we use to talk about how long something takes, or when something happens. So, first we're going to look at five, and then we're going to look at another five, and each time we go over one of these word pairs I'll give you an example sentence, and I want you to, you know, see if you can guess the meaning of this expression from the context, and then I will tell you the actual definition of, you know, what this expression or this word pair means. So, let's not waste any more time and let's begin. Number one: "then and there". The sentence is: "I was hired then and there." Now, if you know the meaning, obviously, of "then", at that time; and "there", in that place - it means at that moment. Okay? So at that exact moment. At that moment. So, imagine you go to a job interview in this case and the interview goes very well, sometimes the person who does your job interview says: "Okay, we'll... We'll call you back and we'll let you know." But sometimes if they know that you're the right person for the job, they will tell you when... They will ask you, actually: "When can you start?" and they will hire you on the spot, they will hire you then and there, in that moment. Okay? So that's what "then and there" means, at that moment. Or: "She kissed me then and there.", "I was hired then and there." Next: "sooner or later". Sooner or later. "You'll have to do it sooner or later." So, most of us I think don't like washing dishes or we don't like doing the laundry, and we just look at it in the corner, you know, telling ourselves: "Okay, we will do it. Not now, later. Later." Okay? And maybe, you know, somebody will tell you: "Okay, can you...? Can you do it now? Because you will have to do it sooner or later." And in this case it means eventually. Okay? So, to say something a little more serious: "Sooner or later we're all going to die." You know, it's going to happen. It's going to happen. That's not the happiest memory or the happiest image, but you know, I think you get the meaning. Sooner or later. "Wait and see". Very simply: "Let's wait and see what happens." This just means let's be patient. Be patient. Okay? So, if you are watching a movie with a friend and your friend wants to know what happens next in the movie because you have seen the movie before, and your friend's like: "Oh, what happens next? What happens next?" And you just say: "Wait and see. Okay? Just wait and you will see what happens next." So, just be patient. Now, the final two on the first board are very similar: "now and then", "from time to time". Both of these, if you look at the sentences: "I talk to him now and then.", "She reads biographies from time to time." What do you think these expressions mean? Sometimes, that's right. So, infrequently or sometimes. Sometimes. Another word, maybe might be new for some of you guys: "infrequently", not frequently, and these are interchangeable. Okay? So: "now and then", "from time to time". "We go to restaurants from time to time.", "We go to restaurants now and then.", "I read mystery novels from time to time.", "I read mystery novels now and then." -"How often do you call your mom?" -"Now and then.", -"From time to time." Okay? So, we have: "then and there", "sooner or later", "wait and see", "now and then", "from time to time". And now let's look at five more. So, magic. Ooo. Hwah! Okay, so the next five. First: "quick and easy". "The test was quick and easy." So, something that doesn't take a lot of time, is not very difficult, basically let's just say very easy. Doesn't take time, doesn't take a lot of effort. So, often, if you like to cook and you see recipes on the internet or in a cookbook, you know, some of the cookbooks are called: "Quick and Easy Recipes". So, a quick and easy recipe for pancakes, for example. Okay? So something that doesn't take a lot of time and something that is simple, not complicated. The final four are all very much related to making progress […]
5 different ways to use the word wish: BBC MasterClass
 
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In this Masterclass, Dan will show you five different ways to use the word 'wish'. For more on this topic: http://www.bbc.co.uk/learningenglish/english/course/towards-advanced/unit-23/session-1 TRANSCRIPT: Dan I wish I wish I wish I wish I wish… Oh! It only works if you know the grammar rules! I completely forgot. So here is the complete ‘wish’. Wish has five uses in English and today we’re going to cover them all. Are you ready? Go! 1. Wish for present or past that isn’t real. This is the most common form of wish. It’s when we wish for a situation in the present or past to change, but we know that it can’t change because it’s impossible. ‘I wish I were taller.’ (because I am not tall) Or: ‘I wish I had eaten ice-cream for breakfast this morning.’ (because I didn’t eat ice cream for breakfast this morning). I wish I were taller is an example of a present wish. It is ‘wish’ plus the past simple. We often use ‘were’ instead of ‘was’ for all pronouns because of the subjunctive. I could also say: ‘I wish I knew how to speak Chinese.’ (because I don’t know how to speak Chinese.) I wish I had eaten ice-cream for breakfast this morning is an example of a past wish. This morning is a past time; we make a past wish. ‘Wish’ is followed by the past perfect, which is had plus the past participle. That indicates true past time. Did you get it? 2. Wish for an irritation that can change. Another common form of wish is to use ‘wish’ plus would plus the bare infinitive. And this is often in regards to other people and our irritation. For example: ‘I wish you would make the bed!’ This is a present wish, but unlike the wishes I discussed before, this wish means ‘I believe you can change and something can be done’. Compare: ‘I wish you would make the bed,’ means ‘I think you can, but you don't, so please do. ‘I wish you made the bed’ means ‘you don't and I don’t think you ever will so…’ It is extremely uncommon to use a first person ‘I’ in this form of wish. This is because we have control over our own actions, so to say: ‘I wish I would stop talking,’ means I want to stop talking, and I believe I can stop talking, so why don’t I?’ However, in terms of an illness or an addiction, this form is fine. When I say 'I wish I would stop smoking' it means 'I don’t want to smoke anymore, but I can’t stop because I’m addicted.' Someone give me a cigarette! Did you get it? 3. Wish to want Wish followed by the full infinitive is a formal way of saying want. It’s not very common, and only used in special circumstances, for example, when you want to make a polite formal complaint. For example: ‘I wish to see the manager.’ We can also use wish followed by ‘for’ to attach an object that you want. And this is most often used in the circumstances of magic. For example: ‘I wish for a pizza.’ Got it? 4. Wish to send ‘good vibrations’. We can use the verb wish followed by two objects, the first of which is most often a pronoun, to send ‘good vibrations’ to somebody. This is more common than hope and it is used in fixed phrases such as: ‘I wish you luck for your exam tomorrow.’ or ‘We wish you a merry Christmas.’ Got it? 5. Wish for the future. This is a trick, because apart from sending good vibrations, as mentioned before, we cannot use the verb 'wish' in this way. We need another verb, and the verb is 'hope'. And this is usually followed by 'will' plus the infinitive. So, for example: ‘I hope you will pass your exam.’ Got it? Did you get it? Of course you got it! Now for more information please log on to bbclearningenglish.com. I’ve been Dan, you’ve been fantastic. I hope to see you next time, ok? Now. I wish I wish I wish I wish I wish… it works! Hahahaha!
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Tired, Frustrated, But Also Excited
 
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We Are Number One but (almost) every other word is replaced with net
 
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Cardi B Explains Her Famous Catchphrases
 
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Cardi B reveals why she chose to confirm pregnancy rumors during her Saturday Night Live performance, reaffirms her Twitter love for Chrissy Teigen and teaches everyone how to use her popular catchphrases correctly. Subscribe NOW to The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon: http://bit.ly/1nwT1aN Watch The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon Weeknights 11:35/10:35c Get more Jimmy Fallon: Follow Jimmy: http://Twitter.com/JimmyFallon Like Jimmy: https://Facebook.com/JimmyFallon Get more The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon: Follow The Tonight Show: http://Twitter.com/FallonTonight Like The Tonight Show: https://Facebook.com/FallonTonight The Tonight Show Tumblr: http://fallontonight.tumblr.com/ Get more NBC: NBC YouTube: http://bit.ly/1dM1qBH Like NBC: http://Facebook.com/NBC Follow NBC: http://Twitter.com/NBC NBC Tumblr: http://nbctv.tumblr.com/ NBC Google+: https://plus.google.com/+NBC/posts The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon features hilarious highlights from the show including: comedy sketches, music parodies, celebrity interviews, ridiculous games, and, of course, Jimmy's Thank You Notes and hashtags! You'll also find behind the scenes videos and other great web exclusives. Cardi B Explains Her Famous Catchphrases http://www.youtube.com/fallontonight
Extract Text from cells in Excel - How to get any word from a cell in Excel
 
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More help: https://www.teachexcel.com Excel Forum: https://www.teachexcel.com/talk/microsoft-office?src=yt This tutorial shows you how to input a formula into a cell in Microsoft Excel which will pull text from another cell in the spreadsheet or workbook. This is not a macro but a formula. This particular tutorial describes how to pull text which is separated by spaces. This means you can pull any word from a cell so long as there are spaces in front of it or behind it. This works well for large lists which are formatted exactly the same. Additionally, though this shows you how to extract text using spaces, you can use any distinct symbol or character in a cell to extract the text consistently over a large number of cells. The functions used include LEFT() and FIND(). To get the spreadsheet used here of for more excel video tutorials, macros, tips and tricks, visit the website http://www.TeachExcel.com You can also visit the forum there if you have any questions. Have a great day!
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Different Headers and Footers in each chapter of a word document in Word 2010
 
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Different Headers and Footers in each chapter of a document in Word 2010 | Different Headers and Footers in each chapter and page numbers at the bottom of each page in Word 2010 how-to tutorial In this tutorial we will go over how you can use different headers and footers in each chapter of a Word 2010 document. We will also have a look at how you can use different headers for each chapter of your document and page numbers at the bottom of your document's pages (at the footer). You can also use different headers and footers in any range of pages in your document not necessarily just chapters. The first step involves inserting a next page section break at the beginning of each chapter in your document. So place the cursor at your chapter's title, or at the beginning of the first sentence, and from the "Page Layout" tab, "Page Setup" section, "breaks" and insert a next page section break. Repeat the same procedure, by inserting a next page section break, for each chapter in your document. Now open the header of each of your document's chapter and from the Header and Footer Tools and the "Design" tab, make sure that "Link to Previous" is unchecked. Uncheck "Link to Previous" for each chapter in your document. Now, depending on whether you would like to use a different first page header, because for example it wouldn't make much sense to include your chapter's title in the chapter's first page as it is right below, open the header of the first or the second page in your document's chapter. If you want to use a different header for the first page or leave it blank, open the second page's header and from "Header and Footer Tools", the "Design" tab and the "Options" section check "Different First Page". Then type the header that you would like to use for that chapter. If you don't want to use a different header for the first page, you can open the first page's header or in fact the header of any page in your chapter. If you would like to use a different footer as well for each of the chapters in your word document, go to the footer in each chapter and do the same as above by going to the "Header and Footer Tools", the "Design" tab, the "Navigation" section and unchecking "Link to Previous". As you type each header and footer in your document, you will notice that the header and the footer in the pages in the other chapters of your word 2010 document remain blank. Type your preferred header and footer for each chapter and you are good to go. Now, perhaps you would like to use different headers for each chapter in your word document but page numbers as the footer. You can do so by going to the "Insert" tab, the "Header and Footer" section and by clicking on "Page Number" then "Bottom of Page" and insert page numbering. Here is a tip to save you from the trouble to find out what is going on and there are no page numbers at the bottom of the first page in each chapter, in case you used different first page footers or headers. If you used a different page header or footer in your word 2010 document, you have to insert page numbers two times. Once for the first pages in each for your chapters and once for the rest of the pages. Let me know if you have any questions.
Views: 47105 WinOffice
Farming just another word for Gambling
 
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and some will say getting out of bed in the morning is also a gamble.
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What Is Another Word For A Stamp Collector?
 
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Add Different Colour for Each Page - Microsoft Word
 
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This way you may able to add or change the background color of single page in Microsoft Word and you can also apply multiple colors for different pages very easily. 👉For more visit my channel PC Shastra - https://www.youtube.com/pcshastra 👉Some Helpful Videos of MS Word ▶ How to Group Pictures in MS Word - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZW61AlFO8tw ▶ How to Insert Tick Mark in MS Word 2010 - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=01qNFUhpAmY ▶ How to Adjust Letter Spacing in Word - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f_rtfV5BD7I ▶ Draw & Resize Square, Round Circle and Straight Line in MS Word - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7YLwmFcCJuE ▶ Combine Multiple Word Documents into One - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R4p_y0K51lY ▶ Add, Change or Remove Page Borders in MS Word - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QJpYHgiWae8 ▶ Fill Text with Picture, Texture, Gradient or Pattern - Microsoft Word - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W4EW8hNiQTg ▶ Add Different Colour for Each Page - Microsoft Word - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ogmh70IChX0 ▶ How to Insert Different Headers and Footers in Word - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sJHPGTwlFwk ▶ How to Make Different Page Sizes in Microsoft Word - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KSq7MXbvNbQ ▶ How to Insert and Delete Header or Footer in MS Word - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vpPj_kRP8jU ▶ Copy Multiple Text and Paste at a time in MS Word - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JuiZJ64CMRk ▶ How to Add or Remove Text and Picture Watermark in MS Word - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9J6U2DVUi50 ▶ Draw a Straight Line in MS Word and Change its Color - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lTs3I_pD18o
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Spoken Word: Southern Word at TEDxNashville
 
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Through the literary and performing arts, Southern Word offers creative solutions for youth to build literacy and presentation skills, reconnect to their education and to their lives, and act as leaders in the improvement of their communities. In pursuing this mission, Southern Word conducts spoken word school residencies, after school workshops, open mics, and shows. Spoken word, also known as performance poetry, has proven effective as a youth development, literacy, and leadership tool across the country. In the spirit of ideas worth spreading, TEDx is a program of local, self-organized events that bring people together to share a TED-like experience. At a TEDx event, TEDTalks video and live speakers combine to spark deep discussion and connection in a small group. These local, self-organized events are branded TEDx, where x = independently organized TED event. The TED Conference provides general guidance for the TEDx program, but individual TEDx events are self-organized.* (*Subject to certain rules and regulations)
Views: 50399 TEDx Talks
"Don't Obsess Over What Other People Are Doing" | Words Of Advice From Lewis Howes
 
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Join our website for thoughtful stories www.absolutemotivationblog.com Speakers in the video Lewis Howes Sources for further education https://lewishowes.com/store/ If you want to change your life check out the books Lewis has published. There is a reason he is a New York Times Best Seller. Lewis Howes is an American author, entrepreneur, and former professional Arena League football player. He hosts The School of Greatness, a talk show distributed as a podcast. Learn and hear the stories from various successful people around the world, become inspired, motivated and educated with the SCHOOL OF GREATNESS. Keep the fire burning & let's grow together. -Instagram https://www.instagram.com/absolutemot... - Facebook https://www.facebook.com/AbsoluteMoti... - Twitter https://twitter.com/MotivationAM1 - Soundcloud https://soundcloud.com/absolutemotiva... Copyright Information: I made this video with the intention to help others in a motivational/inspirational form. The clips and music I have used I do not own in most cases. My understanding is that it is in correlation to Fair Right Use, however, given that it is open to interpretation if any owners of the content clips would like me to remove the video I have no problem and will do as fast as possible. please Email - [email protected] - if you have any concerns at. These videos are transformative in a positive sense, I take clips from various sources to help create an atmospheric feeling that will help people in different situations in their life. Be it overcoming hard challenges, giving them more fuel in various sporting scenes or act as hope for those who need to hear encouraging words. I also do not wish to use the heart of any piece of the work that would perhaps decrease the market value of the original content, if anything I hope to promote the content so that people can reach out and subsequently increase the market value. Lastly, these videos are to educate people in an entertaining fashion. Given these are very short videos the short parts I use them to act as a catalyst to further reading.
Views: 20377 Absolute Motivation
How to select all Headings in Microsoft Word Long Document and change style
 
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I this video we will show you, How to select all Heading-1, or any headings in Microsoft Word Long Document and change font type, size and colour and also copy all Headings to other location
Views: 6624 About Hindi
First | Returning God to His Rightful Place | Experiencing God's Word First
 
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Where do you go for life's answers? Many of us seek human wisdom. In other words, we go to the darkness for answers. And once we go to the darkness, we have left the Light. God wants His Word to dwell in us fully so that when we read His Word, we also pursue a relationship with Him. Subscribe to us today and join us for Dr. Tony Evans' powerful series: First: Returning God to His Rightful Place. Visit us @ http://goo.gl/VTN6Ta to learn more about OCBF.
Views: 1368 OCBF Church
Anthony JOSHUA on Confidence. Other opinions. Different perspectives on this word.
 
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Confidence is a Good word. People like it. AJ is one of the most confident looking people at this day. Him is public person. And him is also intelligent person and he shared his definition of CONFIDENCE. Which can be helpful in quest to Sustain Confident State or To achieve it. Or even to Understand that word better. And to use it to Have a better day to have more joy more Fun! Also There was mentioned book by Vanessa Van Edwards Captivate: The Science of Succeeding with People as a good book to feel confident! Easy to read. And filled with Stories.
Views: 5 NoShhNoTsk
Word Up - Korn - lyrics
 
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this was also fun to make lyrics for hope u enjoy
Views: 858161 Dixon Yomuda
Word Breaker Tutorial PART 1 - Classic Mode
 
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How to use Word Breaker. Word Breaker is the ultimate Scrabble cheat when you're stuck! It supports the following games: Words with Friends, Angry Words, EA Scrabble, Wordfeud, Wordsmith, and Words by Post. DOWNLOAD NOW - Always free and unlimited! Android: http://goo.gl/GUxnTU iPhone/iPod/iPad: http://goo.gl/BxVA2S Kindle Version: http://goo.gl/WLO0MX Windows Phone (Word Breaker Classic): http://goo.gl/906Ll1 Web Version (Word Breaker Classic): http://www.firecrackersw.com/wbw --------------------- TOP FEATURES: - Lightning fast! - Honest! We give you *all* of the results. We will never hide the best scoring words from you. - Board Solver Mode maximizes your score by calculating the other words in play! - Screenshot Importing reads your game directly into Board Solver! Incredibly easy to use, just snap and go! - Wow! Screenshot Importing now supports EA Scrabble and Wordfeud in addition to Words with Friends! - Our original and still ground-breaking Ghost Mode allows you to peek at the game underneath! - Local dictionary! Why should you have to always be online to use other cheats? Download your favorite dictionaries and take them on the road! Also, like everything else, dictionaries are free! - Track what's left in the bag! Our exclusive "Remaining Tiles" screen helps you predict what letters you'll get next! - Supports wildcards and blank tiles! Even better, you can easily tell word breaker what location and patterns to look for. - Highly customizable, including filters for word length! - Available is SIX languages, including English, Nederlands, Français, Italiano, Español, and Português! Aside from its ability to build words, Word Breaker is also a learning and optimization tool. Learn to strategize using the Board Solver, discover how to get multiple crosswords in a single play, and always have an idea of what tiles have yet to be played. You can also use it to solve everyday problems, puzzles, and anagrams. Word Breaker has even been used in the classroom to teach English - something we think is just amazing!
Views: 19979 Firecracker Software
Gaston, but it's only the word 'gaston' (but also the words hair, eggs, large, barge and boots)
 
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Gaston is the best anime villain from Disney The way he exposes his chest hair and deepthroats those 4 dozen eggs is just a work of art
Views: 4177 Hutchings
Special Needs Mom Collab | The Dreaded "R" Word
 
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as a mother of a six year old son with autism, i am well versed in all things "special needs." in today's video, in collaboration with other mother's of special needs children, i discuss some of the terminology that goes along with being a special needs mom, with autism, and also the dreaded "r" word. i also give you all some other word options so you'll never have to use that offensive word again, watch along and be schooled! also sorry for the lightning, for some reason i didn't open my shade and i just used my vanity lighting cause i was in an hurry. check out the other ladies in this collab: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL6y6RibVh23H19jWQtzBe2vMdtw2lDQSN welcome to the life of a single mother and caregiver, helping her family kick the asses of autism and ALS. we spread love, laughter, and acceptance! - the ginger mommy diaries send us mail!!! PO BOX 1021 Haughton, LA 71037
Views: 1433 chay.
Create Internal and External Links in a Word Document
 
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Create Internal and External Links in a Word Document In this video we will go over how to create external and internal links in a Word document, using Microsoft Word 2010. External links are links that point to a web page on the Internet, while internal links are links that point to another page or section of our word document. Creating external links that point to a web page in a word document is pretty easy and straightforward. From the Insert tab, the Links section click on Hyperlinks. In the pop-up window select Existing File or Web Page and type the text to display in the Text to Display Section. In the Address bar at the bottom type or paste the web page that you would like the link to point to and your external link is ready. You can also provide a screen tip, which is the text that users see when they hover their mouse over a link, you can convey any info to users that you would like, such as what is the web page they are about to visit or that the link will open in their browser etc. Internal links are links that point to other pages or sections of our Word document. You can create an internal link that points to the top of the document, one of your document's headings or the bookmarks in your document. You can create an internal link once again from the Insert tab, the Links section and the Hyperlink button. From the Link to section select Place in this document, then select the top of the document or one of the document's headings or bookmarks, click ok and you are ready. Once again, you can use the Screen Tip that is the text displayed to users when they hover their mouse over a link to convey at a glance any information that you would like, before users click on the link. That's pretty much it. If you have any feedback, let me know in the comments. Like and share! Thanks.
Views: 31555 WinOffice
Daily Use English word and Sentences with Meaning in Hindi (Part -6)
 
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Hello Friends, I have shown in this video some common word in our daily life. So its Very Important and Useful. This video will definitely improve your personality, so must watch this video. This video also help you to improve your personality, improve your grammar,improve your way of talking,improve your English,also daily life use English words, and more other thinks. So, if you see video this will help you in many ways...!!!!! So, I suggest you to watch compete video. This video is very interested. Friends if you like this video don't forget to subscribe this channel For more Interesting video is waiting you. Like this video for appreciate us. Share this video for improving our Society and improve our friends knowledge Thanks by ALL KNOWLEDGE GIVER ++Our Facebook Page++ https://www.facebook.com/AllKnowledgeGiver/ ++More Interesting Videos++ |||||English Videos||||| 1) Daily Use English word and Sentences with Meaning(Part 1) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b1gcjQsm9us 2) Daily Use English word and Sentences with Meaning(Part 2) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=80eFER88WlI 3) Daily Use English word and Sentences with Meaning(Part 3) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Aes2jyEEOlM 4) Confusing daily life word https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XpEpF_eExyo ||||||||| ALL ENGLISH VIDEOS |||||| https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XpEpF_eExyo&list=PLvyAwKqu5_nD0nSC3xTPCtrUJnlvSz9fZ LIKE-----SHARE-----SUBSCRIBE
Views: 102800 All Knowledge Giver
04: Inside the Word of the Year vote
 
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Every January, hundreds of linguists gather in a conference room somewhere in the US to discuss and vote for the Word of the Year. It’s the longest-running and most public WotY proceedings, and it’s part of the annual meeting of the American Dialect Society, a sister society of the Linguistic Society of America. Gretchen was there this year and the past few years, while Lauren has never been (but actively reads the #woty16 hashtag on twitter!). We discuss what the ADS Word of the Year vote feels like from inside the room where it happens, the categories and politics around selecting a WotY, look at the different offerings from other organizations that also name a WotY (Lauren is pretty pleased that Australian Word of the Year was “democracy sausage”, while Gretchen would like a Canadian Word of the Year for 2017, thank you), and end up wondering what even is a word. We also respond to finally going live! Thanks for all your comments so far, and if you have a sec to rate us on iTunes or wherever else you’re listening, we’d super appreciate it. Update: In the show we said that ‘Trump’ was selected as sign for the year for Netherlands Sign Language. It was actually the Swiss Deaf Association, in Switzerland. Every January a group of linguists, lexicographers and word mavens gather in the USA, to debate and deliberate over what will be the Word of the Year for the American Dialect Society. Gretchen was there this year, to participate in the longest running and most public WOTY proceedings. We discuss the politics of selecting a WOTY, look at the different offerings from other organizations that also name a WOTY, and end up wondering what is a word. Update: In the show we said that 'Trump’ was selected as sign for the year for Netherlands Sign Language. It was actually the Swiss Deaf Association, in Switzerland. For more information visit the show page: http://lingthusiasm.com/post/155962380426/lingthusiasm-episode-4-inside-the-word-of-the
Views: 98 Ling Thusiasm
The Other F-Word...and Why It's Still Important | Blue Stool #32
 
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http://www.champlain.edu/ Cathy Duffy is a professor of accounting at Champlain College. She's also a feminist. Cathy talks about how the connotation of the word has changed, why feminism isn't a dirty word, what the movement has achieved and the importance of continuing to fight for gender equality. The Blue Stool Lecture Series gives Champlain College faculty and staff the opportunity to share their passion for learning and ideas with students (and others) outside of the classroom. The Blue Stool talks are meant to provoke thought, deepen understanding and encourage listeners to reconsider ways of knowing.
How to work with Pictures and Clip Art in Microsoft Word 2010
 
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Learn how to insert Clip Art in Ms Word. Furthermore, learn with the help of this tutorial how to edit and add effects to pictures in Word. Don't forget to check out our site http://howtech.tv/ for more free how-to videos! http://youtube.com/ithowtovids - our feed http://www.facebook.com/howtechtv - join us on facebook https://plus.google.com/103440382717658277879 - our group in Google+ It is usually said that pictures have more impact on a reader than mere words do. Ms Word allows its user to insert pictures and clip art in word documents. So in this tutorial, you will learn not only how to insert clip art and pictures in your text but also how to edit the pictures that you have inserted. So in this tutorial, you will specifically learn how to work with Pictures and Clip Art in Microsoft Word. Step # 1 -- Search a clip art You can add clip art in Word documents. To start working with clip art, go to the 'insert' tab and click on the 'Clip Art' button. After this a new window will open on the right hand side of the page. If you are looking for some specific clipart, then type in the words in the 'Search For' field and press the 'Go' button. As soon as hit the 'Go' button, you will see different clip art images right below. Pick the one that suits your requirements. Once you have decided which clip art you want to insert, click on its drop down arrow to view the options. Click on the 'insert' option to add the clip art in the document. Step # 2 -- Wrap text After the picture has been inserted, the 'format' tab is shown automatically under picture tools heading. You can move the picture anywhere by dragging it. In the ribbon, there is an 'Arrange' section where you will find the 'Wrap Text' option. Give it a click and select how you want to place the picture with the text. Let's say you choose the 'Through' option. This option places the clip art anywhere in between the text by moving the text aside. To delete the clip art, simply select the picture and then press the 'delete' key. Step # 3 -- Insert a picture in a document You can also insert any other picture other than clip art in your document. Simply, go to the 'insert' tab and click on the 'picture' button. A new window will open up from which you will be able to browse for pictures and select the picture you want to insert to your document. You can adjust the size and position of the picture. Furthermore, you can also adjust where you want to place it; in between text, in line, at top or bottom using the 'Wrap Text' button. Step # 4 -- Editing in picture Like any other photo editing software, Ms Word also provides handful options for editing photos. Once you have inserted the picture, you can adjust its sharpness, softness, brightness and contrast by going to the 'corrections' drop down button. As you hover over each style, you will see respective live previews. Step # 5 -- Compress Picture Sometimes pictures taken from the digital camera are too big in size and take a lot of space in the document. To get rid of this problem, you can compress them by going to the 'compress pictures' button in the 'Adjust' section. After you click on it, you'd be presented with a few options. Configure the compressing settings and then press the 'OK' button and your picture will be compressed. Step # 6 -- Picture Styles In the format tab of picture tools is the 'Picture Styles' section. Hover over each style with the cursor and you will see the live preview. Make the choice as per your requirements. Step # 7 -- Picture Effects 'Picture effects' option shows you a variety of effects that can be applied to the picture. Go to the 'picture effect' drop down arrow and you will be presented with different options; each option consisting of sub-options gives you a wide range of styles and effects for a picture. It consists of preset, shadow, reflection, glow, soft edges, Bevel and 3D rotation effects. Apply picture effects as per your requirements.
MS Word Chapter Numbering plus Page Number with Chapter Number in Header or Footer
 
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This video explains how to include a chapter number with each chapter heading in your document. It also explains how to include chapters numbers alongside the page numbers in the document footer eg Chapter 1 - 2 of 3 Pages. Version of Word -Word 2013 - also applies to previous versions.
Views: 79896 Chester Tugwell
I Just Had A Demon ! Testimony ! Also Word Of God ADHD Is A Demon  !
 
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12-2-13 Is the day the demon left 12-3-13 Is when Jesus told me adhd is a demon He said adhd demon word for word !
Views: 5445 Jonathan Cayol
Hobo Johnson & The LoveMakers - 2018 NPR Tiny Desk Contest (Peach Scone)
 
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from where I'm from, we use tables as desks. Find Peach Scone (studio & live) everywhere: http://smarturl.it/peachscone [Intro] Sorry but- (Go ahead) Oh no What up, Bob? God, man We're Hobo Johnson & Lovemakers, we're a couple kids - five I guess - that like to make a little bit of love, like to make a little bit of music. Look at that, it's a desk, just kidding Bob, it's a table. I don't care about rules! [Verse 1] Hi, what’s your name? How are you? How’s your life? Oh, you got a man? Are you in love? If so, what type? Is it just platonic, strictly just as friends Or the type that ties you two together 'til tomorrow’s end? If it is, disregard every time I call you pretty Though it’s meant sincerely it’s just my imagination drifting Brush me off like the dirt on Jay-Z’s shoulders So I fall to ground, collect myself and get ready to take over your heart Or at least your spare time [Chorus] And I love the thought of being with you Or maybe it’s the thought of not being so alone The second one’s way sadder than the first one But I don’t know I love the thought of being with you Or maybe it’s the thought of not being so alone Man, fuck, I really love being in love But I also really love not crying on the- [Verse 2] We should go get a cup of coffee And I’ll act friendly and I won’t pull any stunts But I’m a freaking stunt puller from birth So I don’t know what to tell you If I try to confess my love for, scones I just wanna tell you real quick please shh I love, these scones Just the diversity between the selection The raspberry, the blueberry, the strawberry, pumpkin, even Which is basically a fucking squash How do you even make a scone out of a freaking squash? It blows my mind, oh man But what are you talking about? I’m so sorry to interrupt Oh yeah, your boyfriend made you mad the other day? What was he saying? What was he talking about? Oh my god, that’s crazy What do I think? Hm, let me think about it Let me think about it, hm, hm, hm, hm, hm, hm He was being mean at that time But I’m sure he’s gonna turn around at some point, and [Chorus] I love the thought of being with you Or maybe it’s the thought of not being so alone Man, I really love being in love But I also really love not crying on the phone Man, I love the thought of being with you Or maybe it’s the thought of not being so alone I don’t know, the second one’s way sadder than the first one But, I don’t know [Verse 3] Hi, wassup? Yeah, what’s going on? Oh yeah, she told me a lot about you, yeah, uh huh It’s so great that you’re doing all of those things You should keep doing all of them I think Oh yeah my name’s Hobo Johnson I’m a rapper I’m actually not a rapper, I like to say a musician I play guitar sometimes too I’m just not as good as Derek It doesn’t matter but She is like the nicest person I’ve ever met in my whole life And I’m sure you know it ‘cause you sleep next to her every night And you guys would probably cuddle and kiss or whatever But she, you know, she is just so sweet and she cared about me a lot when no one else cared about me and I think that’s really nice Really you know, she’s just a, she's just a peach She’s a peach Scone She's a peach scone, Bob And [Outro] I love the thought of being with her I just really hope that she doesn’t get hurt, man They say it takes two years to come back down to earth From that lovely place that you’ve been, I heard it’s so nice I heard it’s so nice, good for you, I’m glad And if you find someone that really loves you for who you are Keep being with them, man ‘Cause that’s what matters in this life, Bob Thank you ------------------------------------------------ We were so deadass blown away by all the love for our new live performance video of our unreleased song “Peach Scone” that we wanted to thank you by giving you the song for free. Go to https://www.hobojohnson.com to scoop it up. ------------------------------------------------ STREAM "THE RISE OF HOBO JOHNSON" ON SPOTIFY: http://smarturl.it/theriseofhobojohnson/spotify STREAM "THE RISE OF HOBO JOHNSON" ON APPLE MUSIC: http://smarturl.it/theriseofhobojohnson/applemusic FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/hobojohnson94Corolla INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/hoboJohnson/ TWITTER: https://twitter.com/_HoboJohnson SOUNDCLOUD: https://soundcloud.com/hobo_johnson [email protected]
Views: 4693696 Hobo Johnson
How to convert word document to xps?
 
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How to convert word document to XPS. FREE DOWNLOAD: http://www.technocomsolutions.com/doc-to-all-converter.html In this video, you will learn how to convert Doc files into extensions of MS word and also in other formats like PDF, HTML, etc. In the first step, you have to choose the files by choosing option Add files. You can also choose folders by clicking on Add folders if you want to convert a whole folder full of word files. Then choose the format in which you want to change the files by clicking on Select Format. I(n the end you have to click on Start Conversion. Doc to All converter tool has the efficiency to convert thousands of word files into the extension of MS word and also in other formats like PDF, HTML, etc. It does the work swiftly. The software can convert as many files as you can. Even there is the option to save those files for future use. You can either choose any particular folder to save or can save it on the desktop. The list of files can be deleted by particularly selecting them or the whole list if the files you have dropped are wrong files. The software is the best option in the queue of Doc. file converters. We Provide Life Time Licence validity On all Software 👉Become Technocom Affiliate and earn 30% Commissions per sales http://www.technocomsolutions.com/affiliates.html SpecialOffer: http://www.technocomsolutions.com/discount.html ✅Check Out Our Other Software’s:- Android Bulk SMS Sender: http://www.technocomsolutions.com/android-bulk-sms-sender.html Android Application: http://www.technocomsolutions.com/android-application.html 📨Email Extractor Tools: http://www.technocomsolutions.com/email-tools.html 📱Phone Numbers Web Extractor: http://www.technocomsolutions.com/phone-number-extrator.html 🔎Word Find and Replace Tool: http://www.technocomsolutions.com/word-find-replace.html 🖨️Batch Files Printing: http://www.technocomsolutions.com/broadcast-batch-printing.html
Views: 370 Techno Com
Keeping Your Word: To Yourself And To The World!
 
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S U B S C R I B E : https://www.youtube.com/user/RafaelEliassen?sub_confirmation=1 Coaching With Rafael: https://www.rafaeleliassen.com/coaching Keeping Your Word: To Yourself And To The World! -- Like my page: https://www.facebook.com/RafaelEliassen and I'll get in touch with you. Keeping Your Word! Both you yourself and the whole entire world will take you it a lot more seriously if you can be somebody that keeps to your word. If you do as you say that you will to keep your own word to other people as well as to yourself you make a very positive impact on the world. You also make a very positive impact on yourself and the way that you feel about yourself if you can be someone that really executes when you say you are going to. As you will find that most people tend to say that they are going to do thing but they never end up doing what they say that they will. A lot of people make statements and say for example: “I am Going to Loose…Amount of Weight” or “I am Going to Gain…” or “I am Going to Win…” and then they don’t end up doing it and maybe they don’t even end up trying to achieve what they have said. So as you realise that there is a lack of people that actually stick to what they say you also understand that it is very valuable but there is such of a deep lack within people because you will find it a mystery to find people that actually stick to there word and do everything that they can to achieve it. Not saying there those people are not there just that there is a lack of. Not only is it important to other people to know that they can trust you but also for you to be able to trust yourself. If you know that you can trust yourself knowing that you are going to do what you have said that you are going to do you will find that it is much more likely that you can trust yourself with what ever task what ever goal that you want to accomplish and it is way more likely that you will actually make it happen. In fact if you can keep your word to yourself also to the world and to other people every time that you make a promise every time you that you say you are going to do something then when you do it you will feel extremely powerful and you will also gain a lot of momentum. Where your momentum will be on a whole different level by acting on your own words. Of cause you can start small and then you can start building up but what you want to make sure that you do is that you don’t make any promises that you can’t keep. As you want to make sure that you don’t give your word if you are not going to make that happen do make any fake promises that you can’t keep to yourself nor to other people because if you are someone who actually keeps there word there is amens power in it in the sense of that when ever you say that you are going to do something you will actually do it. When you are able to live up to your word and add action to it you can really count on your word and other people can count on you as well. Which means that you will be given the chance to show your gift way more as more opportunities come your way. You will see that you will be given the chance that nobody else given if you are the person who actually executes and does what you say that you will it is way more will come to you with huge opportunities and huge offerings and deals that other people just couldn’t get there hands on. You will find that if you do this you be trust much more and of cause to get trust you have to earn trust so it is about keeping your promises 100% of the time if you can keep your promises it is way more likely those opportunities will arrive. You will find that you are only as trust worthy as you act so if you want more trust in your life if you want more faith from other people or even in yourself that is what you have to do you have to take that action and create those results showing that you are trust worthy. When you show that you are trust worthy you will be able to receive it back. -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Check out: "Best Motivational Videos/Speeches For Success In Life (Compilation Ft. Rafael Eliassen)" ➨ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h-j-yvGGU90 -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Check out the motivational video "ALIVE" click here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aAyAPgM1b4M
Views: 959 Rafael Eliassen
The Sight Word Song (Version 1)
 
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WWW.HARRYKINDERGARTENMUSIC.COM HARRY KINDERGARTEN MUSIC, LLC Hip educational songs & videos for the K-2 Classroom! Song: The Sight Word Song (Version 1) Educational Content: Practicing the following high-frequency sight words: like, play, home, this, is, it, in, we, can, see, are, and, the, you, am, my, come, here, mom, dad A second version of this song (Version 2) will be coming out in October 2014, and will include DIFFERENT sight words to the same tune. Buy! *www.harrykindergartenmusic.com Watch! *youtube.com/harrykindergarten Discuss! * facebook.com/groups/harrykindergarten Tweet! * twitter.com/harrykmusic Logo Merchandise! * cafepress.com/harrykindergarten Pledge! *patreon.com/harrykindergarten Email! *[email protected] HARRY KINDERGARTEN MUSIC FREEBIES: This song is a FREEBIE. You can stream it for free on YouTube, but also buy it at my website. I am already offering 50+ of my hip educational songs/videos on YouTube FOR FREE at youtube.com/harrykindergarten. Enjoy them, utilize them, and share them! I am a current full-time Kindergarten teacher so I know what it's like to be looking around for quality content in my classroom! You can ALSO purchase the raw video file and/or audio file of those 50+ songs at my website (if you need them for some reason). I will continue to make freebie videos (ones you can just stream on YouTube for free) periodically, so continue to check back to see if I've posted any. *Please DO NOT rip any of my videos off of YouTube and upload them to your YouTube channel. I want the Harry Kindergarten Music channel to be the hotspot for these videos, not random teachers' channels who happened to illegally take them off of mine. If you really want to have a playlist of them, create a playlist from MY channel or purchase them on my website so you have the raw files. THANKS FOR UNDERSTANDING! FAQ's: Q: Who is Mr. Harry? A: I am Pete Harry. First name Pete. Last name Harry. I am the founder & content creator for Harry Kindergarten Music, LLC. Check out ALL of my links at the bottom! I am a full-time Kindergarten teacher in Bellwood, PA and live w/ my beautiful wife, Jen and 2 young children, Justice (daughter) & Paxton (son). To clarify, I am NOT Jack Hartmann, but I do love his stuff! You should check out his website too- www.jackhartmann.com. I am NOT Mark D. Pencil, but I have partnered w/ him before to make videos for his songs- check out his website too- www.markdpencil.com! Q: Do you speak at conferences? A: Yes! My ability to speak at teacher conferences during the school year is "tight" because I am currently a classroom teacher and only have a set number of personal days. However, the SUMMER time is wide-open and I'd love to come to your conference and do a session/seminar! Some of the topics I've typically spoken to teachers about include music and technology in the classroom, classroom management, running a creative morning meeting, and utilizing YouTube in the early childhood classroom. Email me at [email protected] to make a speaking request. Q: Can my class perform a "Harry Kindergarten song" for an audience? A: If you desire to have your class or group of students perform one of my “Harry Kindergarten” songs for an audience, please note that there is a $6.00 PERFORMANCE FEE. Here are some hypothetical examples of performance groups: * Students perform a song for an audience during a graduation ceremony. * Students perform a song for an audience during a school or community talent show. * Students perform a song for an audience during a school assembly. If you are unsure if you need to purchase a performance license or not, please inquire at: [email protected] If you want more details about using a song multiple years or multiple classes, etc., e-mail me for a detailed PDF file. $6.00 can be sent to: Harry Kindergarten Music, LLC 508 Stewart Street Bellwood, PA 16617
Views: 4264563 Harry Kindergarten Music
Word Battle Game
 
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Play this game online and discover new words to learn. Here is share of some of my words I played. 1. Kheth - a letter in Hebrew alphabet. Also spelled cheth, heth and khet. 2. Bilbo - a kind of sword. Also spelled bilboa 3. Outsins - (outsin) to surpass from sinning. 4. Vidame - a French nobleman. 5. Boyos - plural form of boyo which is another word for boy. 6. Bifaces - (biface) a prehistoric stone tool. 7. Efface - to remove by rubbing. 8. Boccas - (bocca) a mouth 9. Ligroine - volatile fraction of petroleum which is used as solvent. 10. Achene - a dry one-seeded fruit. Also spelled akene 11. Aemuled - past tense of aemule which means to emulate. Also spelled emule. 12. Opepe - a West African tree.
Views: 4 Sam Asim
Offended by the "N word"
 
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Louis CK Comedy Special..watch it on netflix its hilarious
Views: 3264390 Nathanie Infante
Charlamagne Doesn't Care if White People Say N-Word
 
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http://www.vladtv.com/ - Famed radio and television host Charlamagne tha God shares his thoughts on all races using the n-word, revealing that until black people stop using the term then he believes everyone should be able to say it. He also shares which celebrity families he believes are "n*ggas," including the Kardashians.
Views: 680066 djvlad

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