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Learn English with! Your American cousin excitedly tells you it’s the fourth of July. Confused, you respond in English that you didn’t ask for the date. He explains that this day is very important to Americans, and he’ll be sure to show you how it’s celebrated later in the day after a barbecue with his family. You tell him his plan sounds great: any American holiday that involves feeding you is fine by you! In this lesson, you will learn about Independence Day, the date Americans declared their independence from England. You will find out how many Americans have celebrated this holiday through the years as well as learn about current American traditions. Visit us at, where you will find English lesson notes (remember—this Advanced Audio Blog lesson is spoken entirely in English!) and many more fantastic lessons and learning resources! Leave us a message while you are there!

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Learn English with! You learned a lot the last time you agreed to watch your niece…and this time, the joke’s on her. Yes, last time, she thought she was so smart because she knew the English names for so many insects in your garden. But she is only five years old, and you are pretty sure that you have her this time! You have a bug day planned – of gardening again. She loves it, and it is an excellent chance for you to show off your new English insect vocabulary that you have been practicing. As you follow her out into the flower garden, she looks back at you with those big patronizingly sweet eyes and says in English, “Look, what is this bug called?” Oh, she’s fast: she thinks you don’t know this answer. You kneel down next to her, sneer on your face, and reply sweetly in English, “Honey, that is a spider, and it looks like it’s protecting itself from you.” Astonished, she whips her head around to face you and replies with a simple, “Oh.” You point to another bug nearby and explain in English, “And look here, the cicadas are climbing up the tree.” She stares at you in disbelief and replies in English, “I don’t want to look at bugs any more, let’s go work in the garden!” Looks like you beat her at her own game AND get some help with that unruly garden too! Nice job!

Learning English with is the most fun and effective way to learn English! This English Video Vocabulary lesson is part two of our Insect vocabulary, and it will teach you how to talk about insects in English. In this English vocabulary video, you will learn English by watching the video, seeing both English and English translations describing the video, and all while listening to the English translations being read aloud by our native English speakers. Visit us at where you will find many more great English lessons and learning materials! Leave us a message while you are there!

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