Improve your English vocabulary with these video and listening lessons from CourseKingdoms 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 CourseKingdoms.
Class One – How to Talk About Food and Cooking – Video
In this lesson, you can learn about how to talk about food and cooking using clear, natural English. Learn useful vocabulary to talk about food in English.
Class Two – How to Rent a House or Apartment – Video
In this lesson, you can learn how to rent a house or an apartment 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 enquiries to moving out at the end of your contract. You’ll learn vocabulary to deal with every aspect of renting an apartment in English.
Class Three – Talking About Sports in English – Video
In this lesson, you can learn how to talk about sport in English. Do you want to improve your English speaking? Talking about sports in English can be helpful for your communication skills. Sport is a common topic in English conversation, so whether you like sport or not, it’s good to have something to say and be able to ask some questions about sport.
Class Four – 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.
Class Five -Talk About Love and Relationships – Video
In this lesson, you’ll learn how to talk about love and relationships in English. You’ll learn how to talk about dating, getting engaged, good relationships, bad relationships and break-ups. You can see lots of useful vocabulary used in natural dialogues, and we’ll give you explanations to help you use this language clearly and naturally in your spoken English.