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ENGLISH SPEECH | IVANKA TRUMP: Think Big Again (English Subtitles)

Good evening. Thank you. One year ago, I introduced my father when he declared his candidacy. In his own way, and through his own sheer force of will, he sacrificed greatly to enter the political arena as an outsider. And he prevailed against a field of 16 very talented competitors. For more than a year,…

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Cooking Vocabulary in English – chop, grill, saute, boil, slice…

Hi again. Welcome back to www.engvid.com. I’m Adam. Today’s lesson is a very interesting one. It’s one of my favourites. Why? Because I love to eat. Actually, a long time ago, before I was a teacher, before I did any of that, I went to culinary school. “Culinary” — I learned how to cook. I…

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Learn to talk about sugar in 6 minutes

Rob: I’m Rob. Welcome to 6 Minute English – we’ve got a sweet topic today, and six tempting items of vocabulary. Neil: Hello, I’m Neil. And we’re going to be talking about sugar – which many of us find tempting. But how much is too much, Rob? Rob: I don’t know, Neil, but hopefully we’ll…

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Wanda Sykes on Her Kids Speaking French

– Nice to see you, too. – Did you have a good holiday? – I did, I did. We went to, uh– It was the…French people year. [laughter] – You went with– – So, you know–you know my wife is French, so– – Yes. – So we went over to France this year to visit…

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French Superstitions – Putting Bread on a Table Upside Down and Knocking on Wood

metalic pump and all they’re solitary the you know met holy found a non-virtual a tab means to put bread upside down on the table in France it’s believed that putting bread upside down on a table will bring battle it’s because people believe that you will invite famine into the household however this is…

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The French Cake Cooked on a Spit

(cheerful accordion music) (speaking foreign language) – [Narrator] In the middle of the French Pyrenees, there’s a cake that’s been spinning and spinning and spinning for over two centuries. Joseph here has formed a society to keep the recipe going. (speaking foreign language) – [Narrator] And he’s in charge of a cake with quite a…

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