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EnglishCentral: very short videos ordered by level (beginner levels 1-2, intermediate levels 3-4, advanced levels 5-6-7) about a variety of topics. All videos are subtitled so you can follow line per line and even word per word what is being said. If you don’t understand a word, you can click it and you’ll hear it pronounced and see a definition. You have to register, but it is free. Also available as an app on Google Play and the App Store!! Note that they have paying plans as well which allow you to study words and have your pronunciation checked.http://www.englishcentral.com/videos#/video-list
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National Geographic Channel: watch videos about people, nature, countries, etc.http://video.nationalgeographic.com/video/national-geographic-channel
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BBC World Service Interview Archive: interviews with world leaders and influential people (e.g. Desmond Tutu, Christine Lagarde, Vivienne Westwood,...)http://www.bbc.co.uk/worldservice/specials/924_interview_archiv/
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TED Talks: over 1800 funny, inspiring, informative talks on all kinds of topics (technology, design, science, business, ...); can be subtitledhttps://www.ted.com/talks/browse?language=en
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StoryCorps: Americans talking about their family, history, identity, work ... (click Stories, and then Themes to search)http://storycorps.org/listen/
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Britain is Great!: 12 videos showing different aspects of the best of Britain. With transcripts and exercises.http://learnenglish.britishcouncil.org/en/britain-great
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Free audiobooks: mp3 audiobooks. These books (e.g The Picture of Dorian Gray, Grimm Fairy Tales, Frankenstein, Peter Pan, ...) are in the public domain and can be downloaded for free.http://www.booksshouldbefree.com/
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English in 10 Minutes: weekly podcast for moreadvanced English learners. Each episode is about 10 minutes long and features real, unscripted English conversations about people, places and their stories. Worksheets for each episode, including full transcripts of every conversation and an analysis of the best language used, are available at http://englishin10minutes.com.https://englishin10minutes.com/category/podcast-episodes/
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Culips Chatterbox English conversions at a normal speed. Someone who has an interesting story to tell is interviewed. You can download the episodes. Transcripts are only available to paying members!https://esl.culips.com/category/chatter-box/
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Luke’s English Podcast is an award-winning audio download for learners of English as a foreign language. The podcast started in 2009 and is still going strong. With over 450 audio episodes, transcripts, videos and a special series on phrasal verbs, there is so much for you to use, and it’s all free. The podcast has won 5 awards, received a British Council ELTon nomination and has now been downloaded over 25 million times. (Partial) transcripts are available. Offers videos with songs that match a topic and very good vocabulary lists.https://teacherluke.co.uk/archive-of-episodes-1-149/
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National Geographic Learning TED Talks with vocabulary and questions to test your understandinghttp://ngl.cengage.com/sites/perspectives/upper-intermediate-video
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CNN10: a 10-minute digital news show that explains global news to a global audience (with transcripts); you can also download a podcast from this page. You will also find a link on this page to subscribe to en.news, which helps you read and listen to the news.https://edition.cnn.com/cnn10
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https://en.news/lesson-browser/lesson-store
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