A supernatural story (by W.W. Jacobs) about the problems that occur after a man makes three wishes using a monkey's paw.
Improve your understanding of English pronunciation with a conversation about looking for an apartment.
Improve your understanding of English pronunciation with a conversation about going to the dentist.
Improve your understanding of English pronunciation with a conversation about a student deciding what to study at university.
A Christmas story about a poor, young married couple who have just enough money to buy each other one gift.
A simple picture of some flowers and trees.
A simple picture of the countryside at night.
Listen to a description and then draw a simple drawing with shapes like
squares, circles and triangles.
Tim welcomes his cousin from Poland to England.
The flatmates take Michal to a pub for drinks.
Helen is in love Michel, but how does he feel about her?
It is time to pay rent, and Alice brings home a new roommate.
Alice brings a cat into the flat.
Alice and Michal go out to see a movie together. But is it a date?
Tim discovers who the landlord of the flat is.
Helen and Michal finally find out that they like each other.
Mr. Evans introduces his travel agency staff to Mr. Rashid.
The Top Notch gang try to guess who is sitting in the restaurant.
A woman asks Mr. Evans for directions to the Red Café.
Marie looks at pictures of Cheryl's family.
Bob and Cheryl discuss Bob's birthday plan.
Cheryl asks Bob and Paul for their opinions on clothing.
Cheryl shows her new apartment to her mother.
Paul and Marie talk about what they do in the morning.
Cheryl and Marie try to make a weekend plan together.
Bob wants to make soup for Marie and Cheryl.
Marie asks Dr. Anderson about her trip to London.
Marie needs a reason not to go to lunch with Mr. Evans.
Mr. Evans has many requests for Marie.
Bob and Cheryl have some exciting news for Marie and Paul.
The employees at Top Notch Travel Agency introduce themselves.
Marie asks Giorgio Moretti some personal questions.
Paul, Cheryl, Marie and Bob try to decide what to do on the weekend.
Paul tries to give directions to someone.
Cheryl tries to teach Bob all the names of her family because they are coming to visit.
Bob has found a new way to remember all of Cheryl's family members.
Cheryl has some trouble choosing what to order for dinner.
Cheryl gives advice on how to eat healthy.
The Top Notch team are stressed because their printer works very slowly.
Bob and Cheryl try to keep Paul away from the printer.
Bob tries to exercise while he is at work. His coworkers don't seem very happy.
Bob gives Marie some advice on how to exercise.
Mr. Rashid tells Marie about his wonderful vacation.
Cheryl, Marie and Bob take turns describing some of their best and worst vacations.
Cheryl and Marie ask Bob for advice on what to wear.
Cheryl suggests a few things for Bob to wear.
Cheryl tells Mrs. Beatty about the trip she will take to South Africa.
Paul tells Mrs. Beatty about his trip to South Africa.
Paul bargains with Bob to buy a digital camera.
Paul and Marie argue over how much to leave for a tip after dinner.
A new client tries to figure out how she knows Marie.
Mr. Evans suggests some sightseeing locations to Ms. Novak.
The Top Notch gang tries to choose a moive to see after dinner.
The Top Notch gang meet a famous actor at a restaurant.
Mr. Evans has some trouble taking some phone messages when the other staff members are out of the office.
Mrs. Beatty complains to Top Notch Travel Agency about the hotel she is staying in.
Paul describes the accident he had while driving the company van.
Cheryl calls a car rental agency to get a van for Paul.
Marie and Cheryl quiz Bob about his grooming habits.
Marie and Cheryl help Bob look and feel better.
The whole Top Notch gang sit down to have dinner at Cheryl's apartment.
The whole Top Notch gang enjoys dessert after dinner at Cheryl's apartment.
Cheryl asks her friends what color she should paint her apartment.
Paul gives Marie advice on how to stay positive and cheerful.
Ms. Novak stops by to sell some art for the Top Notch office.
Ms. Novak looks at Paul photographs and evaluates their artistic value.
Bob solves all of the problems with his coworkers' computers.
Bob asks Mr. Evans for some new technology for the office.
Marie finds a clever way to get a handsome actor's phone number.
The Top Notch gang discuss what is right and wrong in dating.
Marie tries to work while a client asks her many questions.
Mr. Rashid teaches Paul about etiquette in India.
Paul is having some health problems, and his coworkers try to help.
Dr. Anderson gives Paul some medical advice for his health issues.
The Top Notch team needs to work quickly to send some travel documents to a client.
Cheryl gets some help planning a party for Mr. Wells' group.
Bob talks about his experience as a dancer while eating dinner with his friends.
Mr. Evans talks about his dream to be an etiquette teacher.
Marie helps Cheryl and Bob plan their wedding.
The Top Notch gang tries to create a new holiday so that they don't have to go back to work.
Mr. Evans helps Mrs. Beatty find a safe place for her next vacation.
After hearing about an epidemic in Finalnd, Mrs. Beatty wants to travel somewhere safer.
Bob and Mr. Evans talk about their reading habits.
Marie and Paul argue over whose newspaper is better.
Cheryl and Marie talk about new technology as Bob watches TV on his new glasses.
Paul describes his device that helps him keep track of his phone calls.
The Top Notch gang give their opinions about politics and the government.
The Top Notch gang discuss their political beliefs and politcal leanings.
Bob and Cheryl ask for some advice on where to go on their vacation.
The Top Notch gang talk about the benefits of Tahiti.
Michael has to deal with possible downsizing in his branch.
Michael introduces some of the people who work in the office with him.
Leonard can't drive Sheldon to work, so Sheldon turns to his new friend Penny.
Penny is having many problems in her life, so she starts playing computer games to feel better about herself.
Jim and Pam hope to find a a new job for Dwight.
Michael has to choose someone to fire.
Dwight practices selling paper to Jim.
Michael accidently cooks his foot while trying to make breakfast in bed for himself.
Dwight can't handle Jim any longer.
Michael decides to fire Pam as a joke.
Jim tortures Dwight after Dwight takes over the healthcare plan in the office.
Cam and Mitchell disagree on the best way to keep their daughter Lily safe when they are on the street.
Joey and Ross have difficulty deciding whether they want to take a nap with each other again.
Ross has something on his skin that is making him worry.
Chandler struggles to find the perfect gift for Monica for Valentine's Day.
Dwight searches for a new job
Michael asks Dwight to record a meeting.
As Penny introduces herself to Leonard and Sheldon, Sheldons stresses out over where to sit.
Michael tries to cure the Monday Blues
Sheldon and Leonard meet Penny for the first time.
Michael tries to entertain his emloyees
Dwight tries to trick Ryan
Someone poisoned the coffee
Kelly invites the office to a Diwali.
Timmy gets angry at George for the way that he eats chips.
The narrator explains the purpose of the Minions and the problems that they have faced through time.
Jim Plays a Christmas Prank on Dwight.
Harry and his classmates start attending classes at Hogwarts.
Harry and his classmates take part in the sorting ceremony.
Jim has some questions about Dwight's side job.
Charles is excited about all the great costumes his coworkers are wearing.
Charles wants everyone to like his new facial hair.
Jake wants to prove that Captain Holt is not wearing pants.
On the train to Hogwarts, Harry meets Ron and Hermione for the first time.
Harry looks for the train to Hogwarts.
Everyone tries to guess why Santiago is late.
Harry still needs to buy one more thing before he can go to Howarts.
While celebrating his cousin's birthday at the zoo, Harry discovers his magic powers.
Everyone thinks about something different while Ross is talking.
The guys and the girls discuss Rachel's and Ross's first kiss.
Monica is worried because her nephew always cries when she holds him.
Chandler is worried that he is looking fatter.
Chandler and Joey feel embarrassed watching Ross's ex-wife breast feed her son.
Joey buys a new TV and chairs for the apartment that he shares with Chandler.
Jerry and Elaine try to fix up George and Cynthia on a date.
Joey and Chandler discuss sharing different bathroom items.
George embarrasses himself in front of his new girlfriend's mother.
George's life is not going well, so he decides to do the opposite of his first thought in every situation.
Part 2: Mitchell complains about Cam's mom touching him inappropriately when she comes to visit.
Part 1: Mitchell complains about Cam's mom touching him inappropriately when she comes to visit.
Jay is worried about stomach pain, but Gloria thinks it is nothing.
Elaine helps George cheat on an IQ test so that he can impress his new girlfriend.
Part 2: The Dumphy family have a contest to see who can last the longest without using the Internet.
Part 1: The Dumphy family have a contest to see who can last the longest without using the Internet.
Jay and Manny are worried about how Gloria may have solved the problem with the neighbor's noisy dog.
Phil invites his ex-girlfriend over to his house to meet his wife.
Manny makes a date with a woman from his online book club.
Jay has all his grandchildren over to his house to watch a movie, but Haley wants to go to another party.
Phil gets into trouble by helping his attractive neighbor.
Phil and Claire struggle with the correct way to punish their son Luke.
This is what happens when you don't sleep in. / From Will Smith Vlogs
Manny and Luke get into a fight at school. Then Claire and Gloria deal with their own family tension.
Olive (Emma Stone) uses the school gossip chain to become more popular.
Chandler goes to Joey's grandmother's house to break up with one of his sisters kindly.
Chandler gets really drunk and fools around with one of Joey's sisters. But which one?
Oscar+Charlotte 10: Felix runs away to a Zen retreat because of his feelings for Charlotte.
Oscar+Charlotte 9: Felix feels guilty because he is starting to develop feelings for Charlotte.
Oscar+Charlotte 8: Oscar suggests that Felix take Charlotte out to all of the cultural activities that he hates.
Oscar+Charlotte 7: Oscar loses Charlotte's son Evan while they are trick-or-treating.
Oscar+Charlotte 6: Oscar agrees to take Charlotte's son Evan trick or treating on Halloween.
Chandler, Phoebe and Rachel look for the Christmas gifts that Monica has hidden.
Oscar+Charlotte 5: Oscar tries to figure out his feeling about Charlotte three months after their breakup.
Oscar+Charlotte 4: Charlotte's son Evan and Oscar continue to fight over Charlotte's attention.
Oscar+Charlotte 3: Oscar wants to take Charlotte on a date, but her son has other ideas.
A single mom invites three (much younger) struggling filmmakers to live in her house.
Oscar+Charlotte 2: Oscar comes up with numerous lies in order to convince Charlotte to go on date with him.
Oscar+Charlotte 1: Oscar takes some critisism from his friends for dating a woman much younger than him.
Ted+Robin 10: Ted makes it rain in order to stop Robin from going camping with another guy.
Ted+Robin 9: Ted needs to make it rain to win the heart of Robin.
Ted+Robin 8: Ted makes Robin decide whether she can start a relationship with Ted.
Ted+Robin 7: Ted tries again to win Robin's heart with a big romantic gesture.
Ted+Robin 6: Ted tries to get Robin again - this time by throwing a party for her.
Ted+Robin 5: Ted wants to ask Robin out on a date without asking Robin out on a date.
Ted+Robin 4: Ted comes by Robin's apartment to get some olives, drop off a blue French horn and...
Ted+Robin 3: Ted makes the decision to be brave and just kiss Robin.
Steven Yeun "teaches" Conan O'Brien about various types of food at a Korean restaurant.
Emmet takes us through his daily routine from waking up to going home after work.
Amy is sick at home, so Sheldon has to take care of her.
Ted+Robin 2: Ted and Robin go on their first date.
Ted+Robin 1: Ted meets Robin for the first time.
Chandler and Ross have to confront some bullies at the coffee shop (Part 2 of 2).
Chandler and Ross have to confront some bullies at the coffee shop (Part 1 of 2).
Maester Luwin describes the defeat and sack of King's Landing. (Part 2 of 3)
Tywin Lannister describes the defeat and sack of King's Landing. (Part 1 of 3)
Robert Baratheon describes how he defeated the Targaryens in Robert's Rebellion.
Tywin Lannister describes the evil deeds of King Aerys Targaryen. (Part 3 of 3)
Maester Luwin describes the evil deeds of King Aerys Targaryen. (Part 2 of 3)
Robert Baratheon describes the evil deeds of King Aerys Targaryen. (Part 1 of 3)
Chandler and Joey have to go to the bus station to find Ross's son (Ben).
Joey and Chandler lose Ross's son (Ben) while trying to meet girls on the bus.
Roy offers to help the girls from the 7th floor by being their photographer.
Phoebe explains to Ross why she doesn't believe in evolution.
Michael calls a meeting to start a new rule: no more teasing.
Chandler doesn't want his roommates to have a dog.
In preparation for their cousin's marriage to another man, a family asks a gay man questions about what the ceremony will be like.
Ross dates a girl with an extremely dirty apartment.
Snoop Dogg from Plizzanet Earth describe an iguana escaping from snakes.
An American couple tries to help their immigrant friends stay in the country through immigration.
Joey gets admiration from his friends because he tried to protect Ross from a gunshot.
Joey, Ross and Chandler ride in a police car with their police officer friend.
A lunch chat turns tense when one of the diners confronts the other about his annoying conversation habits.
Monty Python describes the multiple uses and meanings of the word fuck.
Tim's father tells him about the family secret.
(Keegan) Key & (Jordan) Peele have some confusion while they are texting each other.
Rocket explains how the Guardians of the Galaxy can escape from prison.
Jen presents the Internet to shareholders at her company.
Moss gives Jen the Internet to use in her speech.
Joey starts working at the coffee shop where all his friends hang out.
Phoebe mugged Ross long ago. Now she has to tell him the truth.
Rachel tells Ross that she is pregnant.
Louis C.K. talks about the difference between raising sons and daughters.
A behind-the-scenes look at the 2016 movie La La Land.
Sheldon and Leonard meet for the first time and make the roommate agreement.
The original trailer for Fresh off the Boat - a sitcom about a Taiwanese family living in America.
Joey goes on a date with a girl named Sarah. Problems arise when Sarah takes food off of Joey's plate.
Twiiter has recently announced that it will ban all political advertsing on its platform.
Police in China have arrested four people for making and selling fake Lego.
There has been a steady decline in the second language education in England.
A Chinese TV broadcaster has removed any reference to homosexuality in Rami Malek's speech at the Oscars.
A new law in New York has made it illegal to discriminate based on hair.
A prominet former Korean comfort woman, Kim Bok Dong, has died recently, highligting unresolved issues about past atrocities committed by the Japanese military.
Plans have been made for the a second summit between Donald Trump and Kim Jung Un.
A report on what people get wrong about climate change.
The Parker Solar Probe has begun the first stage of its mission.
Harvard scientists say 'Oumuamua' could ce a solar-powered alien probe.
Authorities are investigating a bomb found in Soros' N.Y. home.
The chief of the CIA has heard a recording of the Khashoggi killing.
China's new mega bridge from Hong Kong to Macau is about to open.
Super Typhoon Yutu has struck the North Mariana Islands.
At least 22 people died in a Taiwan train derailment.
An escalator in Rome went haywire, injuring ten people.
A video describing how to hack your body to have superpowers.
The suspect in the Crimean school shooting reportedly shot and killed himself.
Vietnamese activist Mother Mushroom has been released from prison.
A missing Wisconsin teen was likely home when her parents were killed.
Turkey has obtained recordings of the Saudi journalist's purported killing.
Comedian Katt Williams has been arrested for an assualt charge in Oregon.
An expedition of 56 crew members has returned to Earth.
A federal judge blocked Trump from deporting 300,000 immigrants.
How Germany’s far right is stealing a rallying cry for democracy.
Typhoon Kong-Rey is barreling toward Japan, the latest in a series of powerful storms.
FEMA's new Presidential Emergency Alert System is being tested on cellphones nationwide.
Dallas police officer Amber Guyger has been fired, charged with shooting a man in his own apartment.
Season 3 of the TV show 'This Is Us' will probably make you cry.
An American man has been stabbed in an Israeli shopping center.
The BBC is no longer requiring reporters to give a voice to climate change deniers.
The first person to fly in the SpaceX rocketship has been chosen.
The new 'Captain Marvel' trailer gives us a look at agent Coulson.
An acclaimed Spanish golfer has been murdered in Iowa.
Why more Korean men are buying and using cosmetics.
Researchers believe air pollution has a negative impact on cognitive performance.
Protests in Costa Rica turn violent over Nicarguan immigrants.
Estranged Korean families separated by the Korean War are meeting again in North Korea.
Trump says June 12 Singapore summit back on after meeting with N. Korea's former spy chief
Israeli snipers may be encouraged to shoot & kill protesters by court’s decision–Palestinian NGO
'Crazy Rich Asians' works to diversify Hollywood
NASA’s TESS spacecraft will spend two years searching the sky for nearby alien worlds.
Amnesty International says 2017 saw a significant drop in the number of death sentences issued around the world.
A program called Fundi Bots in Uganda is giving students the opportunity to build robots in order to increase creativity and hands-on skills.
The number of democracies in the world had been on the rise, but recently the trend has stalled. This story why some democratic countries have backslid, while others never made it.
The oldest message in a bottle was recently found in Australia.
As Syria enters its eighth year of conflict, a Syrian-American architect reflects on the devastation destoyed her city over one year ago.
Turkish soap operas and dramas are being banned in Saudi Arabia to stop the spread of Turkish soft power.
A brief history of the relationship between North and South Korea during the Olympic games.
A new product called Yondr is being used to restrict phone use during concerts, comedy shows and school.
French astronaut Thomas Pesquet talks about his experience on the International Space Station.
The South Korean government wants to take steps to reduce the suicide rate in its country.
A Japanese astronaut tweeted about how much he has grown while in space.
A report on the progress of marijuana legalization in California.
A report on Bibiana Steinhaus, the first female referee in men's top flight football.
Prince Harry interviews President Obama on life after the White House and the problems with social media.
Lady Gaga has signed a deal to perform in Las Vegas for the next two years.
The Winklevoss twins are now the first people to become billionaires by investng in Bitcoin.
Becasue of Alaska’s climate and natural resources, it is often at the center of opposing environmental policies.
The Paradise Papers, documents showing confidential offshore investments, are creating controversy in Canada.
A BBC report about the growing air pollution in the capital of India, Delhi.
A doctor was sued in China after he warned a man that smoking was bad for his health.
From BBC News, Trump visits five different countries in Asia.
A report of the life of South Koreans living close to the North Korean border.
The life of one of the most famous airplanes of all time, the Boeing 747, is coming to an end.
An Ikea commercial has been banned in China for reenforcing gender stereotypes.
A news story about the rescue of two sailors and their dogs who had been lost at sea for five months.
With the growing popularity of the sport of cricket in Africa, Rwanda has invested in a new cricket stadium.
Hollywood stars and executives condemn the action of movie producer Harvey Weinstein.
From VICE News, the Shipping Industry may finally be turning to wind power.
From BBC News, Lt. General Jay Silveria speaks to U.S. Air Force cadets about racism.
A report on the recently discovered health risks associated with tattoos.
People in Australia are being urged to eat more kangaroo meat.
From Reuters, Arcimoto is preparing to launch its $12,000 three-wheeled electric vehicle.
From CBC News, a report about gay men fleeing persecution in Chechnya and finding safety in Canada.
A BBC news story about a school that delays classes until the afternoon to allow older
students to sleep later and study more effectively.
The South Korean government is trying to solve the problem of the falling birthrate in South Korea.
The Spanish language song Despacito has become the most streamed song of all time.
British pop star Ed Sheeran was the latest guest musician on the TV show Game of Thrones.
The famous cartoon bear, Winnie the Pooh, has been banned in China. But why?
Tennis star Roger Federer wins his 8th Wimbledon title and 19th Grand Slam overall. How does he keep going?
Seven planets similar to Earth were recently discovered in one solar system.
A lioness (female lion) finds and takes care of an orphaned leopard cub (baby).
A BBC report on the past and future of ATMs and the possibility of a cashless society.
An entrepreneur in England is attempting to covert coffee waste into fuel for London buses.
A new generation of South Koreans is voting for a more liberal and kinder lifestyle with their feet - leaving the country in droves.
As floodwaters finally subside, residents of the region's hardest-hit neighbourhoods are embarking on the difficult job of cleaning up the mess left behind.
An Al Jazeera report on refugees in Greece.
A BBC report on female soldiers in Norway
A BBC report on the Bangkok goverment's recent attempts to remove street food vendors from the streets of Bangkok.
A New York Times report on changing police tactics in Camden New Jersey
A recent study about the amount of pee in public pools and the associated health risks.
A book written by a North Korean author about ordinary life in North Korea.
An 8-year old boy saved his father by lifting a car off his body.
A story about a condition called Misophonia which makes people less tolerant of annoying sounds.
A BBC News story about a Chinese song that has gone viral for the New Year.
The poppy is a symbol of remembrance worn every November to commemorate members of the armed forces who gave their lives in war.
Learn how mosquitoes use six needles to suck your blood.
Sea otter fur is unique for many reasons.
TOEFL: A short history on the development and the importance of the periodic table.
TOEFL: A discussion on how loneliness affects depression, and how loneliness can be measured by sleep patterns.
TOEFL: A clip describing a study that shows how even young children show tribal instincts.
Marily Oppezzo explains how walking could help you be more creative.
A marine biologist shares why she wants to turn the legendary sea creatures into heroes of the oceans.
Using modern technology, Mike Gil and his colleagues explore how coral reef fish behave, socialize and affect their ecosystems.
TOEFL: A discussion on the effects of the asteroid event that caused the extinction of the dinosaurs.
TOEFL: New research is looking into how plants can be used to generate electricity and produce artificial light.
TOEFL: Why did the most abundant bird in the world go extinct in just 50 years?
A short video showing a Portuguese man o' war hunting, killing and eating a small fish.
TOEFL: Scientist have discovered a supernova that is behaving in an unusual way.
TOEFL: The second clip about how English became the dominant world language and the (unfair) advantages it gives its speakers.
TOEFL: The first clip about how English became the dominant world language and the (unfair) advantages
it gives its speakers.
A description of the advantages and disadvantages of the whole world becoming vegetarian.
Ric Elias had a front-row seat on Flight 1549, the plane that crash-landed in the Hudson River in New York in January 2009. He describes what went through his mind as it happened.
In this short talk, Moshe Safdie surveys a range of projects that do away with the high-rise and let light permeate into densely-packed cities.
Jay Walker explains why two billion people around the world are trying to learn English.
After hitting on a brilliant new life plan, our first instinct is to tell someone, but Derek Sivers says it's better to keep your goals secret.
Aziz Abu Sarah is a Palestinian activist with an unusual approach to peace-keeping: be a tourist.
Graham Hill discusses if having less stuff can lead to more happiness.
Is there something you've always meant to do, wanted to do, but just haven't? Matt Cutts suggests: Try it for 30 days!
Nestlé (the coffee company) explains the orgins, history and varieties of coffee.
Adam Ostrow asks a big question: What happens to that personality after you've died? Could it ... live on?
TOEFL: A clip about how effective brain training apps are at making you smarter.
A Giant Pacific Octopus, perhaps the smartest of all invertebrates, steals crabs from a fisherman.
TOEFL: Two professors offer contrasting opinions on recent research concerning how genetics affects a person's intelligence.
A pair of wolves chases and captures caribou on the northern plains of Canada.
A drongo bird tricks a group of meerkats to get food.
TOEFL: A professor talks about the science of pain.
TOEFL: A professor talks about the evolution of three different types of dog intelligence.
TOEFL: Professor Roll Vertigal answer whether a phone get heavier when you load music on to it.
TOEFL: Author Douglas Preston describes the discovery of an ancient lost city in Honduras - the Lost City of the Monkey God.
A BBC video about a honey badger that can escape from any cage.
TOEFL: New Zealand starts a gene drive to remove all of the predators from the country.
TOEFL: A lecture on a condition called misophonia which makes people sensitive to annoying sounds.
IELTS: A short lecture on the history of the Mongol Empire.