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.

Talk About Health and Lifestyle – Video

In this lesson, you can learn to talk about health and lifestyle in English.
Are you in good shape? Do you have a balanced diet? Is your work-life balance healthy? You’ll learn how to discuss these health and lifestyle topics and other questions in this class.

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Talk About Nature – Visual Vocabulary Video

In this visual vocabulary lesson, you can learn to talk about nature, describe landscapes, and talk about countryside in English. Learn many helpful vocabulary words and phrases you can use in writing and conversation to talk about nature in English.

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How to Talk About Emotions in English – Video

In this lesson, you can learn how to talk about emotions in English. You’ll also see different examples of English conversation talking about emotions in English.

You’ll see how to talk about positive and negative feelings, about strong emotions and low-level emotions in different ways.

This lesson has four parts. In each part, you’ll learn five to six words related to two different main emotions, like anger, fear or happiness.

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Everyday Problems – Visual Vocabulary Video

In this visual vocabulary lesson, you can learn to talk about everyday problems. You’ll hear a story of a bad day, and see different phrases you can use to describe everyday problems.

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How to Rent a House or Apartment – Video

In this lesson, you can learn how to rent an apartment or a house in English using useful phrases and vocabulary.
You’ll see the process of renting a house or apartment from start to finish: from phoning an estate agent to make enquries to moving out at the end of your contract. You’ll learn vocabulary to deal with every aspect of renting an apartment in English.

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