On a sunny fall day, Jessica, who lives in Brooklyn, introduces her neighborhood and gives us a tour of the best sights.
This is the end product, the video put together to go with PS 127's (a Queens New York public middle school) recording of "Rise Up and Sing," a song their chorus teacher wrote for them and helped them record at Avatar Studios in Manhattan.
Lauren takes us on a tour of Piccadilly Circus and Leicester Square in London, revealing some private details about Eros on the way!
It's "If You're Happy And You Know It" made Super Simple! Practice the emotions happy, angry, scared, and sleepy with this super fun song for kids.
"Every Breath You Take" is a song recorded by the London-based band the Police. It was written by Sting and was nominated that year for several Grammy awards. Enjoy!
Adele's new single is a hit, thanks to a chat she had with Ellen…
Enjoy this very famous and entertaining skit from the Monty Python film Monty Python and the Holy Grail.
As a surprise special guest, Carly Simon joined Taylor Swift on stage to sing "You're So Vain" together. It was the second night of Swift's sold-out Red Tour at the Gillette Stadium in Foxborough, Massachusetts. This video features some excerpts from the performance, as well as backstage footage and interviews with Carly and Taylor.
"Everything at Once" is a song written and recorded by Australian singer Lenka.
What happened when Expedition PROTECT and American Promise arrived at Jeffrey's Ledge, a marine protected area in the Gulf of Maine? The crew tells us about what they are doing and why.
This song will help you review the names of various jungle animals in English. Just beware of the crocodile!
"Shape of you" is a hit single from Ed Sheeran's album Divide and has gone on to win a Grammy and to be considered one the most successful songs of all time. A fun fact is that the song had originally been written with Rihanna in mind, but in the end, Ed Sheeran kept it for himself.
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.
Living together can be challenging, even for good friends. Maggie, as a guest and friend, can't help but notice that Julia is feeling frustrated about something.
Sigrid talks about early spring weather, the importance of dressing in layers, and keeping the grass and weeds in check.
Canadian singer Shawn Mendes released "Nervous" on his third studio album. It's a song about meeting a new potential love interest.
A corporate strategist delivers a pep talk to board members of a fictional fast food chain called Dooberwhacky. He wants results, whatever it takes.
Sigrid describes an object and gives you about 4 seconds to come up with the name of the object. Then she gives you the answer. Watch the video twice to see if you can come up with the answer on your own.
What exactly is it that makes Yabla such a fun and effective language learning tool? Amy explains what she enjoys about using Yabla, and how we can gain the most from the experience.
Kids are asked what the best country in the world is. Since not all of them actually understand what counts as a "country," some of the answers are pretty funny. This humorous video is great for learning about asking questions with words like "what," "why," "where," and "how."
In the United States, a presidential inauguration takes place every four years. The US now has a new president, Joe Biden, and Kamala Harris was sworn in as the first woman vice president. Part 1 of this video takes a look at the day before the inauguration.
At a privately-owned wildlife park in South Africa, Or Lazmi has integrated herself into a group of four lions. Having known her since they were cubs, the lions treat her as a dominant figure and allow her to get extremely close.
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