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Channel Title : Learn English with Bob the Canadian

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Published Date : 2018-11-27T08:00:05.000Z

Why don't we take some time today to learn some English around the house? In this English video lesson I take you on a tour of a friend's home and explain to you all the different rooms in a house, and some of the things you will find there. I'm sure you have already learned a lot of the English that I use in this video, but I hope this video tour of a home will be a great English practice lesson for you! Thanks for watching! Have a great day! ⌛ Remember: Always watch the video three times. Twice today, and once tomorrow to reinforce what you have learned! -- ✅ Support Me: 😀💲 I DO NOT want your money. My videos will always be free, BUT, some of you have asked me to set up a way for you to thank me. I have created a Patreon page. If you are looking for a way to thank me for my work, it is a great place to do just that. Please only send me money if you have lots of it and can afford it. I DO NOT WANT your money if you are not able to afford it. I love making these videos. There is no charge. There never will be a charge. There is no bonus for sending me money. If after all that, you still want to thank me, here is the link: https://www.patreon.com/bobthecanadian -- SEND ME A POSTCARD: Bob the Canadian P.O. Box 419 Smithville, Ontario Canada L0R2A0 -- TAKE YOUR ENGLISH CONVERSATIONS TO THE NEXT LEVEL: ✅Talk to a real English tutor / teacher at preply: http://tracking.preply.com/SH2X (This is an affiliate, signing up for this service helps support my channel). -- FOLLOW ME: ✅ Join me on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/engbobthecanadian/ ✅ Sign up for my email list and receive exciting free tips to improve your English: http://eepurl.com/dmbDYX ✅ Ask me questions on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/bobthecanadian -- ✅ FREE PRACTICE MATERIAL: 1) What are the names of all the rooms I looked at in the video? 2) What are some things you will find in a kitchen? 3) What are some things you will find in a living room? 4) What do you do in a dining room? 5) What are the three main parts of a bathroom? 6) What are some of the things you will find in a bedroom? 7) What is a spare room? 8) What is a basement? What can be found there? 9) Where do some Canadians park their car? 10) What is a patio? -- ✅ TRANSCRIPT: Hi! Bob the Canadian here! Let’s learn English around the house. Come on in! Hi, Bob the Canadian here. Welcome to this video. If this is your first time here don’t forget to click the subscribe button below, and give me a thumbs up at some point during this video if it’s helping you learn English. Well today we’re going to learn some English words and phrases that you can use to describe a house. I just came in through the front door. Houses generally have a front door and a back door. I’ll show you that one a bit later. And I’m standing in the front entrance or the entranceway of the house. It’s a little warm so I’m going to take off my coat and you’ll notice behind me there is a coat hanger. So I’m going to hang my coat here and I’m going to do what we traditionally do in Canada, and that is that I’m going to take off my shoes. Before we go any further though, I want to thank Barb the Canadian for letting me use her house today to make this video, to help you learn English. The front entranceway also usually has a closet where you can hang coats and other items. So especially in the winter when you come into a home you might want to hang your coat in the closet if there’s not enough room on the coat hangers. So you’ll notice behind me here the kitchen. The kitchen is one of my favourite rooms in the house. I really like food so I really like kitchens. You’ll notice behind me here that a kitchen has a certain number of items. We have the refrigerator or the fridge, where you can keep food cold. This fridge has a freezer on the bottom. We also have the stove and generally we call this part the oven, where you would bake things, and over here we have the stove where you would cook things. If you look behind me here you’ll see we have a sink, so when you’re all done making your food and eating your food you can do the dishes, you can wash the dishes in the sink. And if you look over here on the counter you’ll notice that we have three things that you find quite often in a kitchen. We have a coffee maker. We have a kettle for boiling water, and we have a pitcher of water if you just want to drink some water. #learnenglish #englishlesson #bobthecanadian **Note: All images used under: CC0 License ✓ Free for personal and commercial use ✓ No attribution required From pexels.com or pixabay.com
    

Channel Title : Learn English with Bob the Canadian

Views : 109924

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Published Date : 2018-11-13T08:00:01.000Z

I'm sure you've already learned the English words for roads, streets, and highways. In this English video lesson (with English Subtitles) I take you out for a tour of the area around me, and I help you learn more English words and phrases for the things you would find along the road. If you are planning to drive a car, you'll need to learn a lot of this vocabulary. You'll learn English words and phrases like: road, street, highway, on ramp, off ramp, railway crossing, crosswalk and more! Also be sure to watch the whole video, there is a train! I hope you enjoy this English lesson! ⌛ Remember: Always watch the video three times. Twice today with the English subtitles on, and once tomorrow with the English subtitles off to reinforce what you have learned! -- TAKE YOUR ENGLISH CONVERSATIONS TO THE NEXT LEVEL: ✅Talk to a real English tutor / teacher at preply: http://tracking.preply.com/SH2X (This is an affiliate, signing up for this service helps support my channel). ✅Talk to a real English tutor / teacher at italki: http://www.dpbolvw.net/click-8898046-12947960 (This is an affiliate, signing up for this service helps support my channel). -- TAKE YOUR ENGLISH LEARNING TO THE NEXT LEVEL: ✅Start taking English classes today at RocketLanguages: http://www.dpbolvw.net/click-8898046-13358072 (This is an affiliate, signing up for this service helps support my channel). -- FOLLOW ME: ✅ Join me on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/engbobthecanadian/ ✅ Sign up for my email list and receive exciting free tips to improve your English: http://eepurl.com/dmbDYX ✅ Ask me questions on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/bobthecanadian -- ✅ IF YOU ARE AN ENGLISH TEACHER: Support materials for these video lessons can be found here: https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Store/Learn-English-With-Bob-The-Canadian -- ✅ FREE BONUS MATERIAL: In this video you learned some new English words and phrases. Try to answer the questions below: 1) What is a guardrail? 2) What is an on ramp? 3) What is an off ramp? 4) What is a crosswalk? 5) How do you know when you can cross an intersection? 6) Red means..... 7) Green means.... 8) What do you think the yellow sign meant? Post in the comments below! 9) How many sides does stop sign have? What do we call this shape? 10) There are paved roads and there are __________________ roads which have lots of little stones. 11) What is a ditch? 12) When you pull off the road, what part of the road are you on? 13) What is a four way stop? 14) What three things do you usually find along a city street? 15) What is an overpass? -- ✅ TRANSCRIPT: Hi, Bob the Canadian here. Let’s learn English on the road! I have to make sure I don’t get run over! Haha! Hey Bob the Canadian here welcome to this video about roads, streets, and highways. If this is your first time here don’t forget to click the subscribe button below and the small bell icon so that you can be notified when I upload videos. Give me a thumbs up if this video is helping you learn English, and don’t forget to scroll down into the description to look for free bonus material to help you practice the English that we’re going over in this video. Well, hey, welcome to this video we’re going to talk a little bit about roads, streets, and highways today, and some of the things that you will find beside them. This road here is a paved road, that means the surface of the road is hard and that means that cars can go a lot faster and it’s just easier to drive on. And this part right here is called the shoulder of the road, so when you pull off the road you can go onto the shoulder of the road. This part over here is kind of a little hard to see is called the ditch, and the ditch is where when it rains all the water would run off the road into the ditch to keep the road nice and dry. The road behind me is what we would call a gravel road or a dirt road. A paved road like we saw has a hard surface. A gravel road has all of these little stones, I’ll hold them up to the camera. So there’s a couple ways that you’ll know that you need to stop when you get to the end of a street or road. Behind me you’ll see a stop sign. This is a red sign with the word stop in it, and it has eight sides, it’s an octagon. So a stop sign is one of the ways that you know that you need to stop your car. So the intersection behind me here is called a four way stop, or an all way stop. If you can see under the stop sign here it says, “All Way”. What that means is that whoever stops first at the intersection gets to go next. So everyone needs to take turns going through this intersection. #learnenglish #englishsubtitles #bobthecanadian **Note: All images used under: CC0 License ✓ Free for personal and commercial use ✓ No attribution required From pexels.com or pixabay.com
    

Channel Title : Learn English with Bob the Canadian

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Published Date : 2018-11-06T08:00:00.000Z

As you learn English it is important to read books. The best place to go and get books when you are learning English is the library. It is free, all you need is a library card, and they can help you find books at your level so you can progress in your English learning. In this video (with English subtitles) I go to the library and teach you some English words and phrases! If you live in a country that doesn't speak English, there is a chance that your local library will still have some English books and for sure a Your Language to English dictionary. By the way, do you have a good dictionary? You should get one! Get out there and start reading! ⌛ Remember: Always watch the video three times. Twice today, and once tomorrow to reinforce what you have learned! -- TAKE YOUR ENGLISH CONVERSATIONS TO THE NEXT LEVEL: ✅Talk to a real English tutor / teacher at preply: http://tracking.preply.com/SH2X (This is an affiliate, signing up for this service helps support my channel). TAKE YOUR ENGLISH LEARNING TO THE NEXT LEVEL: ✅Start taking English classes today at RocketLanguages: http://www.dpbolvw.net/click-8898046-13358072 (This is an affiliate, signing up for this service helps support my channel). -- FOLLOW ME: ✅ Join me on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/engbobthecanadian/ ✅ Sign up for my email list and receive exciting free tips to improve your English: http://eepurl.com/dmbDYX ✅ Ask me questions on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/bobthecanadian -- ✅ IF YOU ARE AN ENGLISH TEACHER: Support materials for these video lessons can be found here: https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Store/Learn-English-With-Bob-The-Canadian -- ✅ BONUS PRACTICE MATERIAL (Come back and see answers tomorrow in the Comments Section!): -Books can either be hard cover or soft cover. -A book that tells a fictional story is called a novel. -Don't bring your book back to a library late or you will get a fine (You will owe money for being late!) -Bob the Canadian reads a lot! Do you? Tell me in the comments below! -Reading is a great way to learn English because you can read at your own speed. -Do you use your local library? Is it free? 1) Can you name all of the sections of the library? 2) What is the difference between Fiction and Non-Fiction? 3) Do you have a dictionary that lets you look up words in English? Tell me about it in the comments below! 4) Why don't people use Encyclopedias very much anymore? 5) Do you think that in Canada you can get movies at the library? --- ✅ TRANSCRIPT: Hi Bob the Canadian here! Let’s learn English at the library! Well hey welcome to this video if this is your first time here and you’re learning English don’t forget to click the subscribe button below and the small bell notification so that you know when new videos come out. And if at some point during this video you could give me a thumbs up, that would be awesome. And one more thing, in the description below, if you scroll down in the description there’s actually some bonus material to help you practice the English that you’re learning in this video. But hey, let’s head into the library and learn some English. So welcome to the library, if you’re learning English, books are one of the best things that you can use to help improve your English, and libraries are really cool because they’re free to use. If you have a library card, here’s mine right here, if you have a library card which is free, you can go to your local library and you can borrow a book. When you first walk into a library you will see the front desk and there will be a librarian sitting at the front desk. I’m not a actually a librarian but fun fact, an interesting thing about Bob the Canadian, my mom is actually a librarian. Anyways the front desk is where you will bring your books in order to check them out, or to sign them out. So once you’ve gone through the library and you’ve found one or two books to read, this is the place where you would come to sign them out. The librarian will have a little scanner and they’ll “beep” the book for you. So in English we say, “scan” or “beep” because it makes a beeping sound. They’ll go, “beep” and then that book will be registered under your name as being borrowed. #learnenglish #englishsubtitles #bobthecanadian **Note: All images used under: CC0 License ✓ Free for personal and commercial use ✓ No attribution required From pexels.com or pixabay.com
    

Channel Title : Learn English with Bob the Canadian

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Published Date : 2019-01-08T08:00:05.000Z

Let's learn some English outside! We all know that rain falls out of the sky, but where does it go from there, and what are all the English words and phrases you need to learn to describe it? In this English video lesson I'll talk about rain, eavestroughs, ditches, and more! I even go all the way to our local lake and all along the way I'll be teaching English. As you continue to learn English you'll need to expand your vocabulary, so although this video might not be super exciting for everyone, there are a lot of new English words for you to learn. I hope you enjoy it! ⌛ Remember: Always watch the video three times. Twice today with English subtitles on, and once tomorrow with the English subtitles off. This will reinforce the English you have learned! -- ✅SEND ME A POSTCARD: Bob the Canadian P.O. Box 419 Smithville, Ontario Canada L0R2A0 -- ✅Talk to a real English tutor / teacher at preply: http://tracking.preply.com/SH2X (This is an affiliate, signing up for this service helps support my channel). -- FOLLOW ME: ✅ Join me on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/engbobthecanadian/ ✅ Sign up for my email list and receive exciting free tips to improve your English: http://eepurl.com/dmbDYX ✅ Ask me questions on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/bobthecanadian -- ✅ TRANSCRIPT: Hi Bob the Canadian here. You can see behind me that we have quite a few clouds today. So I thought I would do a video to help you learn English and talk about rain and snow - where rain goes after it falls and kind of just teach you some English along the way. So if you look up in the sky behind me you can see that we have some dark clouds. We could call these dark clouds. We could call them rain clouds. If they were a little bit darker I would probably call them storm clouds, and two things fall out of the sky, two kinds of water. We have raindrops, so a raindrop is, is the smallest little drop of water that falls out of the sky. And you can’t quite see it but the other thing that can fall is snow, and snow falls as snowflakes. So you can have raindrops that fall out of the sky and you can have snowflakes. There’s a couple different kinds of rain that falls out of the sky. You can have a drizzle. A drizzle is when hardly any rain is falling out of the sky. You can have a sprinkling. You can say it’s sprinkling outside. When it’s sprinkling outside it means that even bigger drops are falling. You could have a light shower. A light shower would be when you almost need an umbrella if there’s a light shower. And then you can say it’s pouring rain. And when it’s pouring rain there is just a lot of rain. So if you look right here you can see puddles. After it rains you end up with puddles which are small pools of water that form on driveways, in parking lots. This particular set of puddles that is in my driveway at home. And puddles, they kind of stay until the sun dries them up. And we call that evaporating. We say that the sun causes the water to evaporate. So these puddles, they don’t go anywhere. The water doesn’t flow anywhere, and we just have to wait a few days for them to evaporate or for them to dry up. That’s kind of fun! So if you look way up there on my shed we have what we call an eavestrough. An eavestrough is a gutter, it’s a trough along the side of a building so that when it rains the water goes from the roof into the eavestrough. From there - I’ll zoom up a bit if I can - from there you’ll see that the eavestrough is connected to a downspout. I’m not sure I went high enough. And the downspout takes the water down. So this over here, this is the downspout. This one just opens onto the ground. On my house the downspout goes into a cistern which is a place where you can store water. So I’m, I’m standing out here along the road. You can see the road over there, and this right here is what we call a ditch. So when it rains, when the rain hits the road over there it flows off the road into the ditch, and the ditch takes all that water down the road usually to a stream or river, we’ll go look at that in a minute. So a ditch isn’t just something you’ll find along the road. You’ll also have ditches in fields. So this is a small ditch in this field so that the water has somewhere to go when it rains. #speakenglish #learnenglish #bobthecanadian **Note: All images used under: CC0 License ✓ Free for personal and commercial use ✓ No attribution required From pexels.com or pixabay.com
    

Channel Title : Learn English with Bob the Canadian

Views : 119149

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Published Date : 2018-09-25T07:00:01.000Z

I think it is a great idea to go and learn English at the gas station! This morning I noticed my van needed gas, so I thought I would make a video to help you learn English at the gas station. It was a lot of fun, and I hope this video will help people learn all of the English words you would need to buy gas. Enjoy! -- ⌛ Remember: Always watch the video three times. Twice today, and once tomorrow to reinforce what you have learned! -- ✅ Support Me: 😀💲 I DO NOT want your money. My videos will always be free, BUT, some of you have asked me to set up a way for you to thank me. I have created a Patreon page. If you are looking for a way to thank me for my work, it is a great place to do just that. Please only send me money if you have lots of it and can afford it. I DO NOT WANT your money if you are not able to afford it. I love making these videos. There is no charge. There never will be a charge. There is no bonus for sending me money. If after all that, you still want to thank me, here is the link: https://www.patreon.com/bobthecanadian -- TAKE YOUR ENGLISH CONVERSATIONS TO THE NEXT LEVEL: ✅Talk to a real English tutor / teacher at preply: http://tracking.preply.com/SH2X (This is an affiliate, signing up for this service helps support my channel). -- FOLLOW ME: ✅ Join me on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/engbobthecanadian/ ✅ Sign up for my email list and receive exciting free tips to improve your English: http://eepurl.com/dmbDYX ✅ Ask me questions on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/bobthecanadian -- ✅ PARTIAL TRANSCRIPT: Bob the Canadian here. Let’s learn English …. at the gas station! Hey Bob the Canadian here, if this is your first time watching these video please click the subscribe button below, and if you could at some point during this video give me a thumbs up that would be awesome. So I noticed when I got in my van today that I was out of gas, or almost out of gas. The gas gauge, the little dial that tells me how much gas I have left, was pretty low. In English we would describe this as, “Running out of gas.” We also describe it as, “Running on empty.” Yeah, you could say I was running on empty which means there’s just a tiny amount of gas left. I think I have enough gas to get to the gas station so that I can fill up my gas tank in my van. Hopefully I make it there. So a few sentences in English to describe this, you would say, “I need gas.” “My car needs gas.” or “My van needs gas.” “I need to fill up with gas.” “I need to fill up my gas tank.” So one of the first things to look for is the price of gas, and generally there’s a nice sign on the road outside of a gas station which will let you know how much gas is going to cost. At this gas station gas is currently $1.20 per litre. That’s actually not too bad for right now, so let’s go fill up. At the gas station you’re going to find gas pumps. Gas pumps generally pump three different kinds of gas, but they also pump diesel. Diesel is generally used for things like trucks and tractors. My particular van uses gas so we’re just going to fill this van up with gas. So one of the first things I need to do is I need to open up this little door and take off my gas cap. This is the gas cap. Then once I’ve got the gas cap off on the gas pump I need to select what type of gas I want to purchase. So I’m gonna take the gas nozzle out. It’s attached to the gas hose or just the hose and we’re just gonna put that into my vehicle, let me give you a look at that, so I’m ready to pump, I have my hand on the nozzle and I’m going to go here and I’m gonna select this grade of gasoline which is the lowest grade ‘cuz that’s all Bob the Canadian can afford. Up here you’ll see how many litres, might be in gallons depending on your country, how many litres are going to go in and how much it’s going to cost. So let’s pump this thing full. So you can see the numbers going up here. I’ve spent $21 dollars now. I’ve put just over 18 litres into my van. And I’m gonna pump, I’m gonna pump it full. I’m gonna fill’er up. So there’s two different ways of buying gas. The first way to buy gas is at a self serve gas station. A self serve gas station is where me as the driver of the vehicle pump the gas myself. Another way to buy gas is at a full serve gas station. A full serve gas station, a gas attendant will come out and they will pump the gas for you. So you would say to the gas attendant things like, “Please put $20 worth in.” or “Please fill it up.” Let me get my wallet first! **Note: All images used under: CC0 License ✓ Free for personal and commercial use ✓ No attribution required From pexels.com or pixabay.com
    

Channel Title : Learn English with Bob the Canadian

Views : 184660

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Published Date : 2019-07-30T07:00:05.000Z

I think we should travel and learn English at a hotel. In this English lesson I will take you to a hotel and we'll learn a whole lot of English phrases and vocabulary that you would need to know to stay at a hotel while travelling. We'll travel to a hotel. We'll check in to a hotel. We'll swim in the hotel pool, and we'll have a look at the breakfast! It will be so much fun for you to learn English in a real world situation. I hope this English lesson at a hotel helps you a lot as you continue on your journey of learning to speak English fluently! ⌛ Remember: Always watch the video three times. Twice today with English subtitles on, and once tomorrow with the English subtitles off. This will reinforce the English you have learned! -- ✅SEND ME A POSTCARD: Bob the Canadian P.O. Box 419 Smithville, Ontario Canada L0R2A0 -- TAKE YOUR ENGLISH CONVERSATIONS TO THE NEXT LEVEL: ✅Talk to a real English tutor / teacher at preply: http://tracking.preply.com/SH2X (This is an affiliate, signing up for this service helps support my channel). -- FOLLOW ME: ✅ Join me on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/engbobthecanadian/ ✅ Sign up for my email list and receive exciting free tips to improve your English: http://eepurl.com/dmbDYX -- ✅ Support Me: 😀💲 I do not want your money. My videos will always be free, BUT, some of you have asked me to set up a way for you to thank me. I have created a Patreon page. If you are looking for a way to thank me for my work, it is a great place to do just that. Please only send me money if you have lots of it and can afford it. I DO NOT WANT your money if you are not able to afford it. I love making these videos. There is no charge. There never will be a charge. There is no bonus for sending me money. If after all that, you still want to thank me, here is the link: https://www.patreon.com/bobthecanadian #englishlesson #learnenglish #bobthecanadian **Note: All images used under: CC0 License ✓ Free for personal and commercial use ✓ No attribution required From pexels.com or pixabay.com

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