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Learn English at English, baby! Use our online English lessons based on movies and music, English chatroom, message boards and find friends in the member gallery!

    The Flu (Real Life)

    The Flu (Real Life)

    Sore throat. Aches. Sudden fever. Most of us have experienced the symptoms of this well-known disease: the flu. For many healthy people, having the flu may be nothing more than a temporary inconvenience. But for others, including children, the elderly, and those with health problems, getting the flu is no laughing matter. For people at risk, the flu can be deadly.
    Because getting the flu can be so serious, health officials urge people to get vaccinated for the flu. These officials hope to prevent flu epidemics and pandemics. But not everybody feels comfortable getting vaccinated. Some people are afraid of how the vaccine might affect their health. Listen to Sara and Lily share their thoughts about the flu and the flu vaccine in this health English lesson. -- View this and other great English lessons at www.englishbaby.com

    Working Out (Real Life)

    Working Out (Real Life)

    Do you like running? How about going for long walks? Or maybe you are more into lifting weights. No matter what you do, working out is an important part of staying healthy.
    There are many different ways to work out. Some people want to get really big muscles, so they go to the gym and pump iron. Other people are more casual and just want to get a little definition. These people usually just want to get fit, so they do things like go for a hike. It’s always good to get up and move instead of just sit and watch TV.
    Jessica asks Romeo for some advice about working out. Find out what he says in today’s English lesson about being active. -- View this and other great English lessons at www.englishbaby.com

    resolution (Slang)

    resolution (Slang)

    “The new year is coming up, and I’ve been thinking a lot about what resolution I’d like to do.”
    —Ebaby!’s Sheila, speaking about making a change in the new year -- View this and other great English lessons at www.englishbaby.com

    hit the ground running (Slang)

    hit the ground running (Slang)

    “I’m about to study because I just came back into the school year, and I will be hitting the ground running.”
    —Ebaby!’s Kat, speaking about starting her homework right away -- View this and other great English lessons at www.englishbaby.com

    New Year's Resolutions (Real Life)

    New Year's Resolutions (Real Life)

    As they celebrate the new year, many people think of it as a chance to have a fresh start. It’s a time to think back about what they have and haven’t done, and to look into 2015. What will the new year bring?
    When the calendar turns to January 1st, people set goals for the year to come. They choose to do things differently for the next 365 days because they believe it will make them happier. For example, some people aim to eat healthier and exercise more. Others may make bigger life decisions like trying to find a better job.
    Brian shares his New Year’s resolution with Gary, and they talk about different ways of being successful. Learn more in today’s English lesson about improving one’s life. -- View this and other great English lessons at www.englishbaby.com

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