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10: online

1. UC Berkeley webcast.berkeley.edu/
2. MIT Open Courseware ocw.mit.edu/courses/
3. Carnegie Mellon's Open Learning Initiative oli.web.cmu.edu/openlearning
4. Utah State OpenCourseWare ocw.usu.edu/front-page/Courses_listing
5. Tufts OpenCourseWare ocw.tufts.edu/CourseList
6. Openlearn openlearn.open.ac.uk/course/index.php
7. JHSPH OCW ocw.jhsph.edu/topics.cfm
8. Connexions cnx.org/content/
9. Sophia sofia.fhda.edu/gallery/
10. University of Washington Computer Science & Engineering www.cs.washington.edu/education/course-webs.html

10: .

1. Instructional videos providing answers to common questions. www.5min.com
2. Big Think Video interviews with 600+ thought leaders in a range of fields. www.bigthink.com/
3. Brightstorm Short-form online video lessons by professional educators. Free math lessons. www.brightstorm.com/
4. Edublogs.tv Aggregator and host of educational videos. www.edublogs.tv/
5. Futures Channel High quality multimedia content ideal for use in the classroom. www.thefutureschannel.com/
6. Howcast Professional and user-generated how-to videos. www.howcast.com/
7. Internet Archive Collection of more than two-hundred thousand free historical videos, many academic. www.archive.org/
8. Math TV Professional video lessons in mathematics. Covers basic math through calculus. www.mathtv.com/
9. ResearchChannel 3,500 videos from distinguished researchers and scholars. www.researchchannel.org/
10. Teachers TV Engaging, professional videos and practical resources for educator development. www.teachers.tv/

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2. Ignite igniteshow.com/
3. PopTech poptech.org/
4. Free Video Lectures freevideolectures.com/
5. Videolectures videolectures.net/
6. OpenCourseWare Consortium www.ocwconsortium.org/
7. 60 Second Lectures www.sas.upenn.edu/home/news/sixtysec_lectures_archive..
8. MathTv www.mathtv.com/videos_by_topic
9. Forum Network forum-network.org/
10. KhanAcademy www.khanacademy.org/
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1) come on! - ; ,
"Come on, what's on your mind?"
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>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
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To ask

, 31 2014 . 08:38 +
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To ask


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At the bank

, 13 2014 . 21:09 +
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At the bank

There are some special words and phrases that we need to understand and be ready to use at the bank.

These phrases are the most important expressions that we use.

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The cashier () is the person who serves you in a bank. They are usually behind a glass screen for security. In the US they are called 'tellers'.

A bank account ( ) is the record of how much money that you keep in the bank. There are many different kinds of account.

'Current account' ( ) means that you can take the money quickly whenever you want.

'High interest account' ( ) is another record of money that you keep in the bank for a long time. Every month the bank pays you a little money (interest) for keeping a lot of money in the account.

The balance () is how much money you have at one time in one account. You can ask 'I'd like to know the balance of my current account'.

A cash/debit card ( ) is another way to take out money. You put it in a machine, type some numbers and it gives you money.

A hole-in-the-wall() is the machine that you can take money from with a cash card. In the US, they are called A.T.Ms.

You have an overdraft ( ) when you take out more money than you have in your account. You have minus money (e.g. -50 pounds).

If you have an overdraft you are overdrawn (adjective) and we say that your account is 'in the red' ( ). In the black ( ) is the opposite.

A standing order ( ) is some money that the bank automatically pays to somebody from your account every month. In the UK, we often pay for gas / electricity / telephone like this.

Sometimes you need to put/place/deposit money into an account ( )

But mostly you use your cash card to withdraw money from an account ( )
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Useful expressions about time

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Useful expressions about time

Run out of time - , -
Spend a lot of time - -
Save time -
Kill time -
Take your time -
Make up for lost time -
Take me long time - ,
Give someone a hard time - -
Spare the time -
Take all the time -
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/Household chores

, 17 2014 . 19:12 +
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: Asking for Directions

, 31 2014 . 16:39 +
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: Asking for Directions

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Helen: Exuse me, I am visiting London and I am lost.
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Passerby (): London is a big city. What are you looking for?
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Helen: I am supposed to meet my friend at the Natural History Museum.
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Passerby: Do you know the address?
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Helen: Yes, it's at the intersection of Cromwell Road and Brompton Road.
-, Cromwell Brompton.
Passerby: Oh, I know this district very well. First, catch the tube at the station in the middle of the block.
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Helen: On this street?
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Passerby: Yes, you can see it from here. Do you see the sign over there?
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Helen: Oh, yes, I see it, thank you.
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Passerby: Take the tube there.
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Helen: How many stops before I get off the subway?
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Passerby: Four stops.
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Helen: Do you know the name of the stop?
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Passerby: Yes, you will get off at the South Kensington. When you go up the steps, you will follow the first street to the right.
- , South Kensington. , .

Helen: Is that Cromwell Road or Brompton Road?
- Cromwell Road Brompton Road?
Passeby: It's Cromwell Road. Just follow it until you get to the next corner.
- Cromwell Road. .

Helen: Is the museum right there?
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Passerby:Yes, it's there. It's a big building on your left, you can't miss it.
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Helen: Thank you very much!
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Passerby: No problem! I hope you enjoy your visit to the city.
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I don't care -
I have no idea -
I mean it -
I wish I knew -
It doesn't matter -
It doesn't make sense -
It doesn't prove a thing -
It' s none of your business -
It's a lie -
It's all the same to me -
It's beside the point -
It's new to me -
It's out of place -
It's up to you -
It's waste of time -
Let's clear it up - .
Let's drop the subject -
Mind your own business -
No matter -
Point of view -
Pro and con -
So what? - ?
Speak one's mind -
Stand one's ground -
Stand to reason - ,
Take a side -
Take a stand -
Take into account -
That's not the point -
That's very well, but - , .
Use your own judgement -
What are you driving at? - ?
What are you talking about? - !
What for? - ?
What of it? - ?

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a while back / a while ago ,
about time -
after a while
ahead of time
all along
all along the line
all day long
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Trading Terms/

, 30 2014 . 20:29 +
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Trading Terms/

General Terms

spread - /
a price differential - /
a contracting/narrowing spread (where the spread is getting smaller) -
an expanding/widening spread (where the spread is getting bigger) -
a discount (the negative spread between two prices) - ( , )
a premium (the positive spread between two prices) - ( , , )
economically viable -
intermediary -

Gas Trading Terms

capacity (space within a pipeline or a storage facility that you can buy) -
, ; , ,
capacity auction (the process of buying capacity to send gas somewhere or store it for later) -
open season (an auction where you book long-term capacity on a pipeline, giving the people who build the pipeline an indication of whether the project is economically viable) -
transport tariffs -
arbitrage - making money from spreads between different places or at different points in time -
gas transmission - sending gas long-distance through big pipelines -
gas distribution - sending gas short-distnace to end-users - ,
end-users (anyone who uses gas: households, power stations, factories, chemical plants) -
gas-fired power station -
coal-fired power station -
renewable power generation (electricity from wind, biomas, solar etc.) -
gas retail (selling to end users) -
gas wholesale (trading gas between different intermediaries to make money before it gets sold to end-users) -
shippers (people who sell gas to a market)-
national regulatory bodies (organisations which govern the gas market) - /
transmission line (pipeline which transports gas long distance) -
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Animals, birds and insects in English

, 05 2014 . 09:58 +
Spirit_of_Sky [ + !]

Animals, birds and insects in English

cat (kitty) [kæt], ['kɪtɪ] , ;
cow [kau] ;
dog (puppy) [dɔg], ['pʌpɪ] , ;
donkey ['dɔŋkɪ] ;
goat [gəut] ;
hamster ['hæmstə] ;
horse [hɔːs] ;
pig [pɪg] ;
pony ['pəunɪ] ;
rabbit (bunny) ['ræbɪt], ['bʌnɪ] ;
sheep [ʃiːp] ;

bat [bæt] ;
bear [bɛə] ;
beaver ;
camel ['kæm(ə)l] ;
cheetah ;
crocodile, alligator ['krɔkədaɪl], ['ælɪgeɪtə] ();
deer [dɪə] ;
dolphin ['dɔlfɪn] ;
elephant ['elfənt] ;
fish [fɪʃ] ;
fox [fɔks] ;
frog [frɔg] ;
giraffe [ʤɪ'rɑːf] ;
hare [hɛə] ;
hedgehog ['heʤhɔg] ;
hippopotamus (hippo) [ˌhɪpə'pɔtəməs], ['hɪpəu] ;

kangaroo [ˌkæŋg(ə)'ruː] ;
leopard ['lepəd] ;
lion ['laɪən] ;
monkey ['mʌŋkɪ] ;
mouse [maus] ;
octopus ['ɔktəpəs] ;
panda ['pændə] ;
panther ['pænθə] ;
penguin ['peŋgwɪn] ;
polecat ;
raccoon [rə'kuːn] ;
rat [ræt] ;
rhinoceros (rhino) [raɪ'nɔs(ə)rəs] , ['raɪnəu] ;
shark [ʃɑːk] ;
snake [sneɪk] ;
squirrel ['skwɪr(ə)l] ;
tiger ['taɪgə] ;
toad ;
turtle ;
whale [weɪl] ;
wolf [wulf] ;
zebra ;

chicken (hen)] ;
dove ;
eagle ;
flamingo [flə'mɪŋgəu] ;
magpie ;
ostrich ;
owl ;
parrot ['pærət] ;
raven ['reɪv(ə)n] ;
sparrow ;
turkey ;

bee ;
beetle ;
butterfly ['bʌtəflaɪ] ;
dragonfly ['dræg(ə)nflaɪ] ;
fly [flaɪ] ;
ladybird ['leɪdɪbɜːd] ;
mosquito [mɔs'kiːtəu] ;
spider ;
worm .
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Useful phrases for essays

, 13 2014 . 17:51 +
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Useful phrases for essays

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Crime slang terms

, 13 2014 . 17:52 +
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Crime slang terms

Hobo
Scam
Canary; cooper; grass
- To grass smb; to cooper smb
"", Caper; heist
, To carve
() To chance one's arm
( ) Ice; clonck
To clutch
Con
(, ) To father (murder, robbery) on smb -
Cool it
To cough
Creep; robber
Crud
To be up in a creek; to be on the mat; to come unstuck; to be in a bind
, , To dash
, Dipsy-doodle
To drop out (of sight)
, Dropout; freak
Fatcat
(To carry) feet first
- To flake out
- To run/fall afoul of smb
To create a flap
, , Everything is galley-west
, To get off; to get on; to hit the bottom; to get high; to hop up
Ghoul
, Gimpy
, To give a going-over; to shake down
() Goofballs; balls; pills
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It goes without saying -
Eat one's words -
Enough of it -
Go into details -
I don't care -
I have no idea -
I mean it! -
I wish I knew - !
It doesn't matter -
It doesn't make sense -
It doesn't prove a thing -
It' s none of your business -
It's all the same to me -
It's beside the point -
It's new to me -
It's out of place -
It's up to you -
It's waste of time -
Let's clear it up - .
Let's drop the subject -
Mind one's own business -
So what? - ?
That's not the point -
That's very well, but - , .
Use your own judgement -
What are you driving at? - ?
What are you talking about? - !
What for? - ?
What of it? - ?
You can take it from me -
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13 "conversation"

, 27 2014 . 09:37 +
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13 "conversation"

fall into conversation -
get into conversation -
strike up conversation -
deep in conversation -
bring the conversation round to something -
turn conversation -
steer conversation -
conversation drift -
move conversation on -
stimulating conversation -
one-sided conversation -
animated conversation -
engage somebody in conversation - -
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