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English @ the Movies:'Gifted'2017-06-22
This week we talk about a word, gifted, on English at the Movies. This film is about a smart young girl, and who is the best person to take care of her. Do you know what gifted means? Is it about presents? Watch and find out!
English @ the Movies:'Practice Run'2017-06-22
On English @ the Movies we talk about the saying practice run. This is from a funny film about three older friends and their idea to rob a bank. Do you know what practice run means? Is it about exercising? Watch and find out!
English @ the Movies:'Let's Roll'2017-06-21
On English at The Movies we are talking about the saying lets roll. It is from the movie The Fate of the Furious. This action film tells about a group of friends who drive fast cars as they fight their enemies. Do you know what lets roll means? Watch our video and take the quiz!
English @ the Movies:'Set Things Right'2017-06-21
Today on English at The Movies we tell you about the saying set things right. It is from the animation film called Spark: A Space Tail. Spark is a monkey who joins his friends to take back their world from an evil general. Do you know what set things right means? Watch and find out!
English @ the Movies:'Fishing Around'2017-06-20
On English at The Movies we talk about the saying fishing around, from the film The Book of Love. It is about a man who helps a girl build a boat to sail across the ocean. Do you know what fishing around means? Watch our video and take the quiz. Let us know how you did!
English @ the Movies:'Got Our Work Cut Out For Us'2017-06-20
On English @ the Movies we tell you about the saying got our work cut out for us. It is from the movie Norm of The North. This animation film is about a polar bear and his friends trying to save their Arctic home. Watch or video to find out what got our work cut out for us means.
English @ the Movies:'Piece Of Cake'2017-06-19
On English @ the Movies we talk about the saying piece of cake from the movie Power Rangers. This movie is about a group of teenagers who are given special powers. Do you think piece of cake is about eating? Watch our video and find out!
English @ the Movies:'Crooked Cops'2017-06-19
Today our English @ the Movies saying is crooked cops from the movie CHIPS. This movie is about police officers with the California Highway Patrol. They ride motorcyles. Does the saying crooked cops mean they do not drive straight? Check out our video and find out!
English @ the Movies:'I'm Really Freaking Out'2017-04-12
Our phrase today on English @ the Movies is I’m really freaking out from the film Smurfs: The Lost Village. It is based on The Smurfs, a series about a group of small, blue creatures. Do you know what Im really freaking out means? Watch our video, take the quiz, and see if you got it right!
English @ the Movies:'Ahead Of Your Time'2017-04-11
Today on English @ the Movies we talk about the saying ahead of your time from the movie Beauty and the Beast. The movie is about a bright girl, her father and a Beast. Do you know what the saying ahead of your time means? Watch our video, take the quiz, and see if you guessed right!
English @ the Movies:'Power Nap'2017-04-11
Today on English @ the Movies we talk about the saying power nap from the movie The Boss Baby. This is a funny cartoon movie about a boy who gets a new baby brother-- who looks, and sounds, like a little man. Check out the video, take the quiz and see if you know what power nap means!
English @ the Movies:'I'm From A Different Planet'2017-04-10
Today on English @ the Movies we talk about the saying Im from a different planet. It is from the movie The Space Between Us. It is about a boy who grows up on Mars, but falls for a girl on Earth. What do you think Im from a different planet means? Watch our video and find out!
English @ the Movies:'To Take Charge'2017-04-10
On English @ the Movies today we talk about the saying to take charge. It is from the movie Monster Trucks. This movie is about a teenage boy, his truck and a monster friend. What do you think to take charge means? Watch the video, take the quiz and see if you get it right!
English @ the Movies:'It's Revolutionary'2017-04-09
Today on English @ the Movies we talk about the saying its revolutionary from the movie The Founder. This movie is about the people who started a famous fast food restaurant. Do you know what its revolutionary means? Watch our video to see if you get it right!
English @ the Movies:'Hitting Rock Bottom'2017-04-09
Our saying today on English @ the Movies is hitting rock bottom. It comes from the animated film Sing. It is about animals who want to sing and a theater owner trying to save his business. Do you know what hitting rock bottom means? Watch our video to find out if you are right!
English @ the Movies:'Write Your Own Rules'2017-02-23
VOA Learning English presents news, features, audio, video and multimedia about the U.S. and the world in American English. Stories are written at the intermediate and upper-beginner level. Words are spoken one-third slower for ESL learners.
English @ the Movies:'You're A Piece Of Work'2017-02-22
VOA Learning English presents news, features, audio, video and multimedia about the U.S. and the world in American English. Stories are written at the intermediate and upper-beginner level. Words are spoken one-third slower for ESL learners.
English @ the Movies:'My Heart Was Broken'2017-02-22
VOA Learning English presents news, features, audio, video and multimedia about the U.S. and the world in American English. Stories are written at the intermediate and upper-beginner level. Words are spoken one-third slower for ESL learners.
English @ the Movies:'Lost Their Way'2017-02-03
Today on English @ the Movies we tell you about the saying lost their way from the movie Dr. Strange. It is about mysterious powers and superheroes who use them. Do you know what lost their way...
English @ the Movies:'You Are Having Visions'2017-02-03
Today on English @ the Movies we talk about the saying you are having visions. It is from the movie Inferno. This film is about a professor who is trying to save the world from a deadly virus...
English @ the Movies:'Get Yourself Lawyered Up'2017-01-16
Today on English @ the Movies we teach you about the saying "get yourself lawyered up." It comes from the movie "Denial," which is based on a true story. A woman calls a man a liar and ends up i...
English @ the Movies:'A Chain Reaction'2017-01-15
Today on English @ the Movies we talk about the saying "a chain reaction." It comes from the film "I'm Not Ashamed." This is a true story about a teenage girl's religious faith. Do you know what "...
English @ the Movies:'Fresh Start'2017-01-15
On English @ the Movies today, we talk about the expression "fresh start." It comes from the movie "Max Steel." The story is about a teenager who discovers he has special powers he got from his dad...
English @ the Movies:'There's Something Off About Them'2016-12-30
On English @ the Movies today, we teach you about the saying "there's something off about them." It is from the funny movie "Keeping up with the Joneses." The story is about two spies who move into ...
English @ the Movies:'Brace For Impact'2016-12-20
Today on English @ the Movies we talk about the saying "brace for impact." It comes from the movie “Sully.” The film tells the true story of an airplane losing power and making an emergency landing o...
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