English Video Lessons

Learn English for free with our online English video lessons! You can study English grammar, vocabulary, pronunciation, conversation, study advice and much more. All these Oxford Online English lessons include a script for you to read, and exercises to practise what you study. Enjoy browsing through these Oxford Online English archives.

Talk about Online Shopping – Video

In this lesson, you can learn how to talk about online shopping.
What was the last thing you bought online? What are the best online shopping websites, in your opinion? Have you ever had a really good – or bad – experience when shopping online? You’ll learn some useful language to talk about these topics and answer these questions in this lesson.

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Articles in English – 5 Levels – Video

In this lesson, you can test your ability to use articles: ‘a’, ‘an’ and ‘the’.
When should – and shouldn’t – you use ‘the’? What’s the difference between ‘a/an’ and ‘the’? How can you remember the rules and exceptions? You’ll see how to deal with these questions in this lesson.

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Ways to Disagree – Level Up Your English – Video

If you don’t agree, how can you express this? Of course, you can say ‘I don’t agree’, but what if you want to be more direct, or more diplomatic, or if you aren’t sure? Even for simple language, like disagreeing, there’s a lot of different language you can use.
In this lesson, you’ll learn a wide range of vocabulary to express disagreement naturally and appropriately.

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Working in a Team – Business English Video

In this business English lesson, you can learn useful language to talk about collaborative projects and working in a team. You’ll learn words and phrases to talk about teamwork, assigning tasks, staying on schedule and more.

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Ways to Say Sorry – Level Up Your English – Video

How many ways to say sorry do you know? I’ve got another question: have you ever forgotten your best friend’s birthday, or been late for an important meeting?
Have you ever been late for an important meeting, or spilt coffee on a friend’s shirt?
What connects all these situations?
They’re all situations where you might need to apologise. If so, what would you say? Of course, to apologise, you can just say ‘I’m sorry’, but there’s much more language that native-level English speakers use to apologise and express how they feel.
In this lesson, you’ll learn useful ways to say sorry in different ways in different situations.

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