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English Vocabulary – Occupations

www.elanguest.com Elanguest Language School - Vocabulary Lesson based on the principles of Speed Learning. Relax, listen and watch. Do not try to learn - just watch and listen.
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36 Responses to “English Vocabulary – Occupations”

  1. wilson2787 says:

    shoemakers make brand-new shoes... cobbler mends them only...

  2. eadla says:

    this is perfect but a little accelerated... jejejejeje

  3. 1ooMusiC says:

    Gracias!! tengo examen de esto ¬.¬

  4. Elanguest says:

    : This is accelerated learning...the aim is to listen to it over and over again and it will just automatically sink in! Try it

  5. Elanguest says:

    : We teach British English in our school - hence the emphasis on British English vocab

  6. SELVAingles says:

    I agree with you! Just too fast. I think it would be great to hear each word twice and to go at a MUCH slower pace. That would make this good video great!

  7. Elanguest says:

    You are perfectly correct A cobbler also mends shoes

  8. toanvuive1 says:

    I'm Colonel of police.I'm from China.

  9. laenvidiaesuncancer says:

    A COBBLER IS A SHOEMAKER...I THINK

  10. baigandine says:

    I have no idea what a cobbler is

  11. baigandine says:

    a 'sister' in the Catholic church

  12. restlesstraveler2 says:

    Nice idea, and it would be nice to include the North American words, such police officer, fire fighter, mail carrier, pharmacist, etc. Perhaps more in North America we are trying not to be gender-specific.

  13. Elanguest says:

    This is accelerated learning...the aim is to listen to it over and over again and it will just automatically sink in! Try it

  14. vesnicka19 says:

    very nice but a bit fast, i almost couldnt keep up!

  15. luadosolzinho says:

    Very nice indeed!

  16. kunannnn says:

    they wouldn't say 집 가.. to say 'i want to go home'
    It would be 집에(에=location particle and is required for one syllable words) 가고 싶어. That is how you actually say I WANT to go home. Learning vocabulary is good but it's not enough, you have to learn the different endings of sentences to make sense of the entire sentence. For example present tenses/ past tenses(e.g. 먹어 or 먹었어) and soft endings such as 거든. (similar to because) you also need to learn formal/polite/casual styles of speech. 요, 입니다.etc

  17. sigmoid6 says:

    cool, great inisight into Korean!

  18. gloaiflo says:

    Now I understand how my boss speaks English. He speaks English, Korean way.

  19. voodooman08 says:

    That thing about 'house big', 'car fast' is the same case for russian language, and i bet all other slavic languages

  20. BKeny007 says:

    OMG i finally understand y my old asian neighboors english is soooo weird xDD

  21. trinamarie480 says:

    Thanks, makes sense

  22. TheSlalat says:

    lol what's his problem:D

  23. klink1983 says:

    If I think like a baby will my general intelligence start to drop?lol Sounds dumb I know, but its my concern. My Cousins wife is Korean (shes not real Korean, she is born in Canada.lol). He speaks more Korean than both of her brothers (one speaks 0, the other can barely order rice). My goal is to speak more Korean than her brothers (probably not hard). Its just funny when they walk down the street in Toronto and someone cusses him and he can rip them right back.

  24. jordy5654 says:

    thanks bro

  25. oreoprincess23 says:

    I like the information but the shaky camera makes my head hurt.

  26. Mayv99 says:

    Oh god, so interesting.. This video helps me understand a lot of Korean. I always wonder why the Korean sentence order is not normal as other languages. Very helpful!!! Thanks

  27. lowhigh000 says:

    thats why canto and mando is the true asian language

  28. gertrude91210 says:

    what if your child never realy spoke broken english he is half korean on his dad,s side i have always played korean music and dramas on adaily and even when we sleep.. so he gets some but has no practis i try now to back up to baby talk it,s going to be hard i always try to speek propper i am from the carabian orig thank u for the tips

  29. Lyvetacus says:

    Are there a lot of miscommunications in korean because it seems that there could be some very frustrating instances that I can imagine from the the lack of precision in the language.

  30. issisoul says:

    My head hurts...
    head is hurt...

    Right?

  31. folafolafolafortyfo says:

    could you have done this video in a different location, im getting a little distracted

  32. jaguarTN says:

    The link to your website is broken.

  33. browna3112255 says:

    Cool. From Milwaukee, learning Korean at a Korean congregation. I've picked up some of the words on my own, but now I understand why not to think it in english because I also read & write in french and italian also and still think and translate both languages back into English. Think like a baby actually would work. Need those 100 - 300 words, and I will sit down and learn those also. thank you.

  34. friday1309 says:

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  35. lawker777 says:

    if im horny, do is say: "penis is horny?"

  36. AlotToLearn says:

    thank youuuuuuuuuuu

Present Continuous Verb Tense pt.1: English Vocabulary Action Verbs – Fun for KidsTest Your English Vocabulary – select testLearn Chinese Vocabulary Lesson 1.wmvFashion’s Vocabulary LessonPart 2 – The Wind in the Willows by Kenneth Grahame (Chs 06-09)Learn Spanish at Alhambra Instituto Spanish language school in Spain, MalagaPrintable Grade Appropriate VocabularyLesson 3 Karaoke Song: Classroom Objects English Learning ChantQ&A: how to improve english fluencyLearn Dutch: Extra lesson: Vocabulary