Actor Caralie Balcom from New York teaches us letters and numbers and sings the alphabet song at the top of the Empire State Building.
Luke Hamlet owns a surf shop in Long Island and provides an insight to surfing. He also talks about the different kinds of boards and the equipment which he has available in his shop.
If you've ever been lost in the city and in need of assistance, then this video may just what the doctor ordered! Lauren helps Matt navigate his way around the streets of London and find his way from point A to point B. We hope this video from England is helpful!
Julia has now been promoted to lead a new markets campaign team, but with promotion comes new responsibilities. Unfortunately, one of her team members has made a mistake which could cost the company a lot of money. Being both firm and sympathetic has been proven to be an effective management style: watch and learn from Julia!
"Wild Sharks," a film by Sigurd Tesche, follows Professor Samuel Gruber who has been researching sharks for more than fifty years. He founded the Bimini Biological Field Station, called the Sharklab, on Bimini Island in the Bahamas.
Here is British singer and songwriter Adele performing "When We Were Young" from her third studio album 25. Enjoy!
"Shape of you" is one of the new hit singles from Ed Sheeran's new album "Divide".
Annette explains what colloquial contractions are, and shows us three popular ones: "kinda," "wanna," and "gonna." She tells us where these words come from and how they're used in context.
Julia and Rachael are young American women living in Berlin. Maggie, a friend of theirs from the United States, is coming for a visit. They are pretty excited about Maggie's arrival.
The BBC reports on a floating wind turbine that could help provide power to remote communities. This helium-filled device is known as "the bat."
Shaun White has won another gold medal, and it's all due to his ability to get huge air on the superpipe. John Brenkus of ESPN Sport Science explains how he pulls it off.
This video is a Webby Award winner. Amnesty International supporters have used the power of words to demand freedom and justice for countless human rights defenders around the world. Our words are proof that when you stand up for human rights, you never stand alone.
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