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hello. my name is emma, and this is my friend gizmo, andtoday we are going to help you learn english. today's english isall about dogs. okay? so, let's ask some questions togizmo, and we can get some answers. our first question: do we callpets "he", "she", or "it"? what do you think, gizmo? usually for pets we liketo use "he" or "she". so you might ask somebody: "what's her name?"or "what's his name?" when you're talking

about a dog or a cat. we usually use "it" for wild animals, althoughsometimes we also use "he" and "she" if we want to personify them. so, majority of the time we use "he" or"she" when we're talking about pets. okay, question number two:what is pet hair called? do you know the answerto this one, gizmo? it is called fur. f-u-r, fur. as you can see, gizmohas a lot of fur.

we use the word "fur" when we're talkingabout cat hair, dog hair, hamster hair. it's what we call fur. okay, our next question:what are pet hands called? okay, let's show gizmo's off. so gizmo, what is this called? this is a paw. so, dogs and cats have paws. i'm just going to putgizmo down for a second. there you go.

okay, so his handsare called paws. okay, our next question:what does "canine" mean? "canine" is another way to say "dog", but"canine" is more scientific sounding. so if you're reading a science book or somethingthat's formal writing, you will probably see the word "canine". it's the science... scientific word for dog. we also have the word "puppy". what does the word "puppy" mean?

"puppy" means a baby dog. so, when a dog is very small and veryyoung, usually around, you know, two months to one year,we call it a puppy. for kittens, that's what wecall a baby cat, a kitten. okay, our next question is a verygood one: what sound does a dog make? sounds are very cultural. in different cultures, animalsmake different sounds. for dogs, in english, dogs can either bark,they can say: "woof woof", or they can say: "ruff ruff".

is this different than whatdogs say in your language? if you're wondering with cats or with, youknow, all sorts of other animals, you can actually check out ronnie's video which coversa lot of these different animal sounds if you're interested. okay, finally, our last question for vocabulary:what do you call a dog with no home? so a dog that livesin the streets. we call a dog with no home a straydog, or we can also say a street dog. so we would say: "that dog has no owner.he's without a family.

he's a stray dog." or: "he is a street dog." so now let's look at some grammar and pronunciation,and cultural tips about talking about dogs. okay, so our next question is a grammar question,and it's a very important grammar question. okay, so let me hold gizmo. okay. so, gizmo, you seethese two things? "i like dog", "i like dogs". do you know what the differencebetween these two sentences are?

no? okay, well, let me tell you. "i like dog" is very differentthan: "i like dogs". when you want to say you like dogs as in,you know, you think they're really cute and funny, and you enjoy them, yousay: "i like dogs" with an "s". this is different from:"i like dog" with no "s". if you say: "i like dog" it makesit sound like you like to eat dog. and this is true fora lot of animals. if we say: "i like chicken", itmeans i like to eat chicken.

this is very different from: "i like chickens",which means: "i think chickens are cute. i enjoy chickens, and i findthem very interesting." okay, so the next question is apronunciation question, and that is: what is the pronunciation differencebetween "dogs" and "ducks"? so a duck is an animal, you know, that says:"quack quack", at least in english it does, and a lot of students, when they say thesewords they pronounce them the same way. so people don't know if you'retalking about a dog or a duck. so, what is the differencein pronunciation? well, "dog" has a differentvowel sound than "duck".

"dog" is longer, we say: "dawg". compare this to: "duck", whichis very short and a bit sharp. this is an "aw" sound:"dog", versus "uh": "duck". okay? so you notice the vowel sound here isshort, whereas the vowel sound here is long. when we add and "s" to "dog" and an "s" to"duck", we also have a different sound. in "dog", because of the "g", the "s"becomes a "zz" sound, as in a "z". so we say: "dawgz". you might not hear it, but there's a littlebit of a "zz" sound at the end of that. "dogs".

now, this is different from "ducks",which has a "ss" sound or an "s" sound. so there is apronunciation difference. say this one short with a "ss" sound, andthis one is longer with a "zz" sound. okay, great. so now let's look at somecultural questions about dogs. okay, so our next question: whatdo north americans think of dogs? and a lot of people in england thinkabout dogs this way, and australia. and this isn't everybody, but this iswhat a lot of the population think. what is their opinion on dogs?

well, let's get gizmoto help me out. gizmo, come here. okay, i'm going to pick him up. ah, here we go. so, in north american culture, dogs likegizmo are often treated like family members. some people even treat them as if they are theirchildren, although this is not everybody, but they really do care about theirdogs and they treat them like family. all right. this is gizmo's first time on camera, so ifhe's a little nervous, he's never been on

camera before. all right, let's look at thenext question, small talk. so, dogs are actually areally, really good...? oh, you want down, buddy? okay, i'll put you down. sorry. okay, so dogs are actually reallygood topics for small talk. if you ever have a conversation with somebodyand you see they have a dog, talking about their dog is agreat thing to do.

so if you're in the elevator or at the parkand you just want to meet somebody, you can ask them about their dog. here are some greatquestions, you can ask them: "what's your dog's name?","what's his name?", "is your dog a boy or a girl?","is it a male or a female?", "how old is your dog?" "how long have youhad your dog for?" okay, so another really good questionis: "what kind of dog do you have?" so in this case we're askingabout the type or the breed.

so there are many differentbreeds or types of dogs. there are chihuahuas, there are germanshepherds, poodles, you know, dalmatians. there are tons ofdifferent types of dogs. gizmo, in case you're wondering,is a lhasa apso-papillion mix. beautiful breed. and so people do liketalking about this. you can ask themabout their breed. are they mix? are they are purebred?

which means they are only onekind of dog, like a poodle. and there is so many different questions youcan ask about dogs, but it's something people really love talking about. so i highly recommend if you see a personwho has a pet, it's something that's a good thing to talk about. okay, so like i said, our petsare like our family, here. oh, thank you, gizmo,for that kiss. so, one thing i wanted to say is that a lotof the times in north american culture you'll actually see thatdogs are indoor dogs.

they're not outside a lot. they're actually... they actually stayinside with us a lot. sometimes, you know, they sit on ourcouches, and for some people they even... like might share, like, the same bed or theymight sleep on the same bed that, you know, their owner has. one other cultural thing that you might noticeif you ever come to canada or north america is that a lot of dogsactually wear clothes here. and gizmo is also...

he wears clothes, too, especially in thewintertime because it does get very cold. so a lot of dogs have winterboots and winter jackets. so if you come here, don'tbe surprised to see that. sometimes people dress up their dogs for fun,other times it's a necessity because it is very cold during the winter. okay, so gizmo and i would liketo thank you for watching. you know, we've had agreat time today i think. isn't that right, gizmo? yeah, he's a bit sleepy now.

oh. okay. so he's just going to say bye. so we hope you subscribe to our channel, andwe have a lot of other resources there. and if you come check out engvid at,you can actually take a quiz on everything we learned today. all right? so thank you, gizmo,for your help today. and i hope you'veenjoyed this video. until next time, take care.

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this isn't over, baby, don't believe a word they said! but then, but then,she takes a moment to ponder, to wonder what could've been given another chance! to find a light in the darkness and a way out of this! if only she could see what i could see! she takes a moment to stumble to her feet. if only i was there to hold her hand. if only she saw what i saw,

she'd get out of this one! she'd get out of here! what burns the most is that you lied right to my face! and, still, i hold your hand to set you free! (to set you free) with eyes closed, her heart breaks after it all, she brought this on herself,

on herself. for me, for you, the fallen. save her! for us, for them, for good, save her! she falls!

she falls before me! she falls! she falls! (save her) she falls! she falls! (she falls) she brought this on herself! (she falls) (this song's for you) and through it all,

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- [voiceover] millions ofamericans hit the polls today to figure out who they wantto be the next president. but for some,reaching a decision after 17 months of nonstopcampaigning, debating, and awkward dancinghasn't been easy. i sat down for a groupof undecided voters, just before theyheaded to the polls. let's have it! who you guys voting for?

- i don't know. - i won't know untili get into the booth. i really won't. it's going to be a boltof lightning striking me, and telling mewhich lever to pull. - your voting strategyis to walk into the booth and wait for lightningto strike you? - yes. - i am fuckingsick of this shit.

you look at the twopeople and you figure out which one you like more, and that's it, boom! (snaps) - that's like choosing betweencancer and heart disease. - he's a bigot, he's a racist... - she's a lying,cheating, bitch. - just pick the one you like... (all speaking) - [christian] both,they're horrible.

- i wanna punch bothof them in the face. - [voiceover] and it'snot just these idiots, more people hateclinton and trump than like either one of them. but maybe i could use their hate to get them to makeup their damn minds. decide who you hate more, and then hate voteagainst that person. who do you hate more?

- he's a piece of shit. but he's less a piece ofshit than the other one. - so he's like asmaller piece of shit... - he's like achihuahua piece of shit compared to a granddame piece of shit. - so therefore, youshould vote for? - no idea. - that's hard, it'snot a cut and dry. - [voiceover] yes it is.

they just neededto do what everyone that hates a politician does. compare them to hitler. i want you to takethis hitler mustache, and stick it onto thecandidate who you hate more. okay, let's see who you guysthink is more like hitler. (signs rustle) that's it, we got it! trump is hitler, 4 to 1.

so we hate trump more. - [all] no. - you literally thinkone of them is hitler, and you still can't decide? - that's correct. - [christian] i wishi had two mustaches. - it doesn't definitivelyinfluence me to make a choice. - answer the question alan! hillary or trump?

- undecided. - [christian] same. - maybe these guys just needed to warm up on makinghate decisions. what do you hatemore, dogs or cats? - [all] cats. - armageddon or deep impact? - [all] armageddon. - armageddon.

- bill cosby or thewashington redskins? - [all] bill cosby - i would say the redskins. - you hate the redskins morethan you hate bill cosby? - i'm a giants fan, soyeah i'll go redskins. - he drugged andraped 50 people. - it's alleged. - alleged. - [voiceover] thesepeople are even undecided

about bill cosby. this is going nowhere. what would it takefor you people to make a fucking decision? (sigh)- i honestly don't know. - i'm kind of hoping oneof them is gonna get killed and the choice willbe made for me. - when the curtain closes,i will make up my mind. until that moment, i shallremain decidedly undecided.

- okay, we aren'tleaving this room until we figure this out. - [voiceover] it was time to make these undecidedsactually vote. so i got two ballots here. you've got the sexist cheezit. or you got the lyingrobot pantsuit. you can't vote for a cheezit, a cheezit is not a human being.

it's an inanimate object. - yes, alan, it wasa metaphor, okay? - that wasn't properlyexplained to us. - how many instructions doyou need for this exercise? - i don't think acheezit, a robot possibly, but not a cheezit. 'cause a robotcould be an android. - that's okay, alan,no one asked you. - okay.

- i want you totake your ballot, and put it into this ballot box. and we're gonna figure out whoyou mother fucking undecideds are gonna vote for, alright? but even a mock votewouldn't come easy. three of you voted for hillary, and two of you voted for trump. early on, four of you decided that trump was more like hitler,

so what that means, isthat one of you decided that trump was more like hitler and you still voted for trump. and i wanna knowwho that person is. - it was me, i got confused. i thought i was votingfor hillary, but itwas really trump. this is too much. - oh my god, we are fucked. - [voiceover] i couldn't letthis happen, so this afternoon,

i decided to stick withone of these idiots all the way to the polls tomake sure he made a decision. (intense music) who did you vote for? - i did not vote for anyone. - are you fucking serious?! fuck! (music fades)

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a furious attack of liberal media hours before 2nd presidential debate clinton - trump first on monday a liberal daily nyt publishes illegal copies of trump's tax returns from 95 that's 21 years ago then 5 days later also a liberal daily washington post prints transcripts of an illegally obtained copy

of an nbc recordings where trump talks about a woman it doesn't look good the recordings are from 2005 - 11 years ago dt is on the access hollywood bus to record his guest appearance in a soap opera so they ride on the bus - he is miked up - like i am here it very often happens when you mike a guest - he is not aware that he is often being recorded

and that was the case here it's an all-men crew on that bus what do men talk when they ride a bus? women that's what men do there's the host of the program - billy bush (now fired) a cousin of a former president g.bush his program co-host is nancy o'dell who is not present there

but they talk about her - trump says - yeah i know her i used to hit on her but didn't score liberal media went nuts the tape aired - trump immediately apologized said he was sorry for the words he used but added he heard far worse from bill clinton when they went out golfing but liberal dogs keep barking hours go by -

just as untill now hurricane mathew was dominating the news and reporters waded knee-deep in water now they wallow in this mud pounding the story non stop trump appears in front of trump tower stops traffic , people applauding cheering him like hitler in 1933 - unbelievable chanting usausausa despite all that scandal so the liberal media go even more crazy

and they pack programs with guests a woman - unbelievable - says that cword out loud which i can't repeat her - she says it out loud on cnn with no objection from the anchor- the liberal hypocrisy at work what happened to america today that liberalism can wage a disgusting war like that gloves are off - no holds barred falsehood, deception, hypocrisy

all the traits of liberal philosophy are present here but despite all that - it doesn't work hillary clinton is even ready to throw her husband under the bus to win the election it was obvious that in the upcoming presidential debate and in the next days - trump will be beating up on bill clinton who was impeached by the house for not only fondling an intern but having sex in the oval office with her that's what the case was all about

what i'm hearing hillary and bill have huge problems now between them they argue over her strategy which hurts him and his image bill clinton has a penthouse on the roof of his library in arkansas not many former presidents have that a 5000 sq ft manison a horde of interns comes there sources say and allegedly massage his feet

feet donald trump appears with his official statement right after midnight donald trump wins 2nd presidential debate you will see the polling results soon but for now all you will hear - the debate soundbites in the us, europe and poland in the liberal media - will be: trump called hillary clinton 'a devil" said she's 'got hate in her heart'

and that 'he will throw her in jail' my take - this was a town hall meeting where the audience is to ask questions an independent undecided set of voters the debate moderated by 2 liberal journalists cooper from cnn and raddatz from abc which trump described best as 3 on 1 fight

unexpectedly shortly before the debate donald trump organizes a press conference - with who? the women who were molested and abused by bill clinton there is a large gathering here there's paula jones - remember her? there's also a woman who said during the press conference she was raped by bill clinton - a well known story back from 75 or 78 he gathered them all one says -hillary clinton threatened me to be quiet

donald trump even invited the women to the debate liberal media were shocked. on cnn- what? they will all be there? unbelievable and that's how the debate is about to begin vehicles arrived backstage trump arrives first - first goes in leaving his entire entourage behind even poor melanie can barely keep up

when i saw that - i said - oh-oh trump means business he looked like a fighter entering a cage he's gonna fight he will fight for his political life he is ready for anything hillary clinton arrived with her husband, daughter the image message - we are a loving family

sensing what might happen. the pressure mounting - i tell you - traffic came to a standstill in manhattan america held its breath the debate has begun from the get-go trump received an avalanche of punches about the tape - the tape - the tape interrupting him - cooper did you do these things - these things i was appalled to what level the hosts dragged the debate down

i was curious what trump will do facing all that he surprised me he lowered the tone of his voice was very focused on what he said and was very calm and this resulted in slowly regaining the ground he said -i've told you - i made a mistake after that he goes on the attack "bill clinton - who now sits in this hall

he molested women - was impeached for that first time in history for having sex with a woman in the white house and that woman standing next to me allowed a child rapist go free the girl - now sits in this hall over there and you ask me about my words on some bus 11 years ago?" with this issue behind when he passed this first obstacle

he could move on hitting clinton about emails - now he took the initiative 30 000 emails - what happened to it? you deleted them and you husband met with attorney general at the airport for over 37 minutes they talked and then - all who were involved dismissed from testifying , took the 5th

i will do one thing - when i become president i will appoint a special prosecutor who will look into your case'- the silence ensued clinton put on a silly smirk on her face and says - how good it is - she said we don't have such person in charge of the law in this country "cause you'd be sitting in jail" - said trump the audience broke into applause this is how you got the now famous - "you'd be in jail" phrase

then they moved on to other issue energy , taxes i've told you - trump will destroy clinton in such debate as she doesn't know how to argue with a business man trump knows business back and forth taxes, energy etc this is business - that's what he knows so when he talks about taxes- he attacks her i do tax write-offs - same as your buddies george soros, warren buffet

who now pay for your campaign commercials attacking me that's the money they got from write-offs that's how the system works- if you wanted to change it you could've done it for 30 years and hillary clinton just kept smirking it's a mystery to me why no one advises her on that she kept that - pardon for saying that - a silly smirk it looked terrible -however i must say she herself looked good she must've heard my past commentary of course

but trump was better prepared - someone must have advised him too he always positioned himself behind clinton he is a tall man - 6 - i got 6 2 - he must be 6 4 at least he towered above her in every shot never sat down like a lion in a cage stalking his prey - it was fascinating to watch his was a very well prepared strategy all the pictures from the debate will show that

he stood behind her - didn't mock- or laughed at her this way was very presidential and that's why i believe he won the debate at the end they added an extra question i said to myself - now they're gonna finish trump off with some trick question but no - it turned out the question was very interesting last question can you tell something about each other which is good? donald trump wins the debate

one debate left ahead of us a pity - cause it's really fascinating to watch these are historic debates like we've never seen before and probably never will november 8th - the finale presidential elections in the us i'm max kolonko - tell it like it is - from new york

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asking alexandria tour 2015 uk

meet the marsh brothers. i’m john marsh,and i am his brother, josh marsh, and we’re cheerleaders here at the university of kentucky.go cats! coming to uk was a dream of mine because uk cheer is so huge in the cheer world.since 1985 we’ve won 20 championships so this was a no brainer if you got the chance.i’m just glad i got the chance. we always like to challenge each other and that’sawesome. us both being here was a blessing and our parents loved it. we’re at the pointwhere it’s go hard or go home. we like to feed off of each other. yeah. let’s makethe crowd go wild. we really don’t know what we’re going to do before that right before it’s time to tumble, we’ll like brainstorm some cool stuff. we know whatthe crowd will like. so like the last game,

we figured it out literally as everybody elsewas going. so we’ll be like let’s do ten back handsprings in a row and the crowd willlove it…back handsprings, back whips, something crazy. games and stuff they are fun, you knowwe like to hit the crowd, yeah. games and stuff are fun. we like to see the crowd. butcompetition is serious. it’s not a joke. like we said, we came here because of thewinning attitude that they have and the winning tradition that they have. so we like to win.. we do the things that the other teams don’t do. we try to make it look easy, yeah we tryto make it look easy. that’s why when it comes to are you going to see your familyfor christmas, we only get a couple of days. we’re not getting that week. we’re onlygetting a couple of days. some people don't

even get to go see their families becauseit’s two a days. we put the hard work in. we are going to go out there - we’re goingto hit, we’re going to win and we’re going to take the championship. we’ll be doinga combination of two a days and performances. so the practices range from 2 hours to 3 hoursand that’s two times a day everyday until competition. two a days is easily the hardestpart of the season. we put the hard work in. our biggest goal as a team standpoint is hit.when you’re up there, i just feel like if everyone does their job - performs, has agood time, electrifies the crowd - i feel like we can achieve 21. jomo always preaches,“you go out there, you are the best, act like it. perform. act like it.” there’snothing more exciting than hitting a routine.

there’s literally nothing more excitingbecause as that first thing hits, you’re like oh my gosh we did it and then you goto the next thing and it hits and you’re like we’ve got the flow! and you can feelas that last thing hits, it’s over. let’s do it! it’s like, boom, drop the mic. whenwe’re in competition we’re always supporting each other. iron sharpens iron. that’s basicallyour relationship. he 100% looking out for me and i ‘m looking out for him. but i’malso gunning for his spot and he knows that which works for him because he’s like, “ican’t let my little brother beat me.” i got to stay up there and i can’t let himsurpass me so i have to keep fighting for it. so until that day we’re still goingto be pushing. it doesn’t matter if it’s

in cheerleading or business or anything inlife. i feel like we’re always going to have that iron sharpening iron relationship.and i think it’s going to be awesome. josh, man, that’s my boy! that’s my little brother.he’s literally my best friend. there’s nothing i wouldn’t do for josh. i’m thelittle brother so i'm always looking up to john. john is the role model that every boyor every girl needs in their life. i feel like without john there wouldn’t be thatrole model. i feel like we have a really good relationship when it comes to driving eachother so we can reach success in anything in life. i think cheering with him and beingon the same team is legit. i think it’s awesome. i know even outside of this, evenwhen he leaves, we’ll still have the good

relationship. we'll still always have thatbond. hopefully we’ll both makes lots of money and be able to retire and then go travelthe world together. that would be awesome. i would love to do that. i’m john marsh,and i’m his brother josh marsh and we’re proud to be a big blue family.

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iam - big dreams, big boxes every day is a tribulation why walk with your head held down the sun shines for all and will never ever fall too often told to change my ways putting my future at risk some say their lies stashed in big bags i put big dreams in big boxes

i’m passing through, while some fools are dreaming big thinking it comes easy, couple of shots from a sig unless for them, it’s simple as signing the dotted line on that big fat check, to get themselves that sweet ride but troubles come with that, and fear of a life that’s bland just like your conscience, that can’t be cleaned with cash those dark stares, thrown at you left and right they’ll stick too, only deadened skin can take flight if only it was just about the kids being unruly in school

but their dreams unfold, then disappear in the classroom some teachers exulted over my failings, my losses most brushed away my ambitions, put them away in matchboxes my lifefrom 0 to 20, a sitcom wherei defied their plan for me theirpredictions, my future destined to be behind bars as bad a guessas paco rabanne’s alignment of the stars to all those that swore that rap was just a one-night swing what up, it’s me, bang, ooh i started spraying

messin’ around, still a teenager at heart 30 years later, thick skinned, still playing the part there’s no shortcut to nirvana, we’ll get there on our own and if i stumble on the path, that’s no problem every day is a bigday we put big dreams in big boxes “what are we gonna do with you mr mussard ?” is what they said. they would’ve bet just a couple cents on my head true, hardly studied, rarely revised,

i couldn’t focus, was a little wild always day dreaming, that’s what teacher notes said too much energy, couldn’t harness it, get in my head it’s not like i was aiming for the white house just an average dude, trying to find my way on an unmarked route. they told me, stay grounded or you’ll get stranded. for a while i believed it then i disbanded down here, you’re taught to follow, not reach you full potential you wake from dreams, and daylight’s capped your credentials

i entrusted my dreams to the winds i held them dear and sacred and like a gi in the rice fields adjusted my visor, pulled up my sleeves like mineral water, it all became clear i dared to strive for the goals of my career i didn’t want to be that under watered sprout surviving with just the dew, trying to ride it out to this day, i still hear their sarcasm

each one of my rhymes, is like backlash every day is a big day we put big dreams in big boxes alejandra gutierrez was never able to fight to win a medal at the olympic games. since then, she has enlisted in the military to pursue her career.