• English Listening Comprehension – Reserving Tickets to a Play in English
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    English Listening Comprehension – Reserving Tickets to a Play in English

    how are your English listening skills first you’ll see an image and here a question next comes a short dialogue listen carefully and see if you can answer correctly we’ll show you the answer at the end a woman is calling on the phone to reserve tickets for a play which two seats did she get hello this is black friars Playhouse can I help you I’d like to get two tickets for King Lear at 5:30 this evening do you still have any tickets available we do have a few seats left but I’m sorry to say we don’t have any next to each other if you don’t mind…

  • Arabic Reading for Absolute Beginners – Buying a Bus Ticket
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    Arabic Reading for Absolute Beginners – Buying a Bus Ticket

    you are at a bus terminal where you’re attempting to buy a ticket from a ticket counter there are four different counters which counter should you line up at two go to the south side of the city which counter should you line up at to go to the south side of the city the third counter is the counter for bus tickets that go to the south side of the city Allah Ginobili Medina you

  • Booking a Room at USQ Library
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    Booking a Room at USQ Library

    Male Voice: So it turns out I can’t have a group meeting at my house. Female Voice: You guys do know that USQ’s library have rooms available for students? Male Voice: Wait, really? Female Voice: Yes, you can make a booking from the library’s website. It’s really easy. USQ has a variety of rooms to suit your study needs. From rooms that have access to computers, internet and technology which is suitable for any situation including workstation on wheels and projectors for presentations. The best thing is that these rooms are not only available in Toowoomba there are plenty more at other campuses.

  • This song is about your life
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    This song is about your life

    Tun tutnuntutntu I have no idea what i’m doing X.X Life is really HARD T^T *O* I just want to sleep OH YEAH>:D UH owo AND eat some snacks in my BED ^.^ Life was so simple when i was a BABY D: … Can i just be a BABY? 🙁 *Thinking of text* I just want to sleep PLEE->:V W*O*W ^ *Depression*

  • Learn the top 20 French Travel Phrases You Should Know
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    Learn the top 20 French Travel Phrases You Should Know

    Hi, watchers! Are you coming to France soon? Because this week, we’re going to learn about 20 travel phrases you should know. Merci. “Thank you.” Anytime you receive something or someone was nice to you, Merci! “Thank you!” Excusez-moi. “Excuse me.” Anytime you bump into someone or if you step on the foot because metro is crowded or if you need to call for the waiter’s attention, use this one, Excusez-moi! Combien ça coûte? “How much is this?” Yeah, sometimes you wouldn’t find the prices on the items you are looking for especially if you’re going to a flea market in France. So just go, “Ah, this item, how much…

  • Daily life of a Korean high school student
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    Daily life of a Korean high school student

    It’s 7:54 I have to go to school until 8 So I have plenty of time right now That building is my school We have chocolate milks…juice Water obviously…. It’s kinda expensive.. And some jellys, chocolates… So good Thank you~ Warning. Warning. Hot…hot food Song by: Anna Kendrick – Cups (Pitch Perfect’s “When I’m Gone”) It’s Chinese time now. Look at this. It’s so beautiful, isn’t it. Let’s get some Kimchi!~ Annyeong~ We are Yejin’s friends… Hello~ Hey guys! This is Yejin!~ Hello we are Yejin’s friends~ We are in school’s gar-garden When we tired to study We are here come here and take our rest, walk…. I would like…

  • Learn the 20 Travel Phrases You Should Know in Spanish
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    Learn the 20 Travel Phrases You Should Know in Spanish

    Hello! My name is Rosa and this is Spanish Top Words. And today, we’ll be doing top 20 travel phrases you should know. ¿Cuánto cuesta esto? “How much is this?” You can also say… ¿Cuánto vale? ¿Hablas inglés? “Do you speak English?” In most cases, the answer to that might not be that positive. Yeah, you can try. ¿Me puedo probar esto? “Can I try this on?” So if you enter a clothing store and there is something you like, you can ask the shopping assistant… ¿Me puedo probar esto? ¿Tiene sitio para esta noche? “Do you have any vacancies tonight?” Maybe try to not get to the point that…