English Vocabulary Lessons

Improve your English vocabulary with these video and listening lessons from Oxford Online English. Our English vocabulary lessons show you English words, phrases and collocations in context, helping you to remember and use your new vocabulary. Enjoy browsing through these Oxford Online English archives.

Office Expressions – Visual Vocabulary Video

In this visual vocabulary lesson, you can learn words and phrases to talk about offices and describe where you work. You’ll see new vocabulary and phrases to talk about the office with examples to help you understand.

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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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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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Describing Trends in Business – Video

In this lesson, you can learn how to describe trends and statistics in business English, with a focus on business English use. That means you’ll learn how to describe sales figures, market trends, and company successes or failures.
You’ll see useful language to talk about statistics in different ways, including how to describe line graphs, proportions and pie charts, and comparing different trends in business English.

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How to Use the Prepositions At, On and In – Video

In this lesson, you can learn how to use the prepositions ‘at’, ‘on’ and ‘in’ to talk about where something is.
You’ll see different ways to use the prepositions ‘in’, ‘on’ and ‘at’, with examples, different meanings, and common exceptions to the rules.

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