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Lesson by Street Smart Brazil. Learn how to answer questions affirmatively and negatively in everyday, colloquial conversations in Brazil. Link to the blog post: streetsmartbrazil.com
In this lesson, Rita presents the numbers 1 100 in French. You can learn how to count and also practice how to pronounce the numbers correctly. Presented by Diplomat Language School in Toronto, Canada.
Get it here: www.fullcompass.com Retailer of Pro Audio, Pro Video, AV, Lighting Gear and Musical Instruments Korg microKORG XL Music Synthesizer/Vocoder demonstration with Korg Product Specialist Richard Formidoni at Full Compass Systems Based on the same winning combination of a small footprint, mini-keys, battery-powered portability and huge Korg sound, the microKORG XL is ready to expand your musical vocabulary. A gooseneck microphone is included for instant synthesizer vocoder excitement, right out of the box! The MMT (Multi Modeling Technology) sound engine is descended from the RADIAS/R3 synthesizers, while the dual effects processors come down from the famous KAOSS line. The microKORG XL also offers remarkable playability. For example, the black key/white key proportions have been adjusted for easier chording and the key response has been improved for rapid-fire soloing. And the old -school square front keys? Well, they look wicked cool! Together with a sound-bending vocoder and six-pattern arpeggiation, microKORG XL packs a powerful sonic punch. The eight-voice MMT synth engine in the microKORG XL music synthesizer offers traditional analog waveforms plus a total of seven algorithms, including formant waveforms, noise, and PCM/DWGS waves for those vintage keyboards and strings. Cross-modulation, unison stacking, and VPM (Variable Phase Modulation) let you create sounds that would be impossible for a conventional PCM synthesizer to generate. Sync and ring …
Why do we say “gonna”? What’s the rhythm of English? We learn faster with the 3Rs: Relax, Repeat, Remember! Official Collo and Fluency MC sites: www.colloandspark.com www.facebook.com twitter.com www.youtube.com
Learn how to conduct a job interview in English. Find out the normal questions asked and some good answers. More interview questions & answers at “Job Interviews Part 2″ www.youtube.com Do you want to practice interview technique? Go to Classbites.com for more practice
In this lesson we focus on differences in meaning when the verb “think” is used in the simple present and present progressive. Level: intermediate.
This is Savages in German. I think the song expresses the hatred both Indians and colonists feel for the ‘other race’ and Pocahontas’s desperation perfectly. Its very dramatic and passionate. The choir was sometimes very hard to understand. Thanks to my sister, she helped me a lot with this! Wilde sind’s is one of the songs that’s difficult to translate, if anyone has better ideas than me, please let me know. Vocabulary: erwarten – to expect die Haut, Häute – skin(s) tot – dead der/die Sieg(e) – victory, victories das/die Gefühl(e) – emotion(s), feeling(s) verlieren – to lose verloren – lost die Trommel(n) – drum(s) I don’t own this video, Pocahontas belongs to Disney!
www.speakit.tv Yes! We believe that for you as an ENGLISH speaker, this new video phrase guide will make FRENCH much simpler to understand and speak than you ever thought! Our goal is modest… to help you become familiar with basic words and common sentences, so that you can already understand what people are saying you and even chat a bit, or at least say the right thing at the right time. That’s something, isn’t it! This program includes 600 essential vocabulary items, words and useful phrases in FRENCH. The course consists of 20 chapters (around 2.5 hours in total), each covering a different everyday situation, ranging from getting to know people and making friends to talking on the phone and even doing business!