• Way Up High in an Apple Tree – Apple Song for Kids – Children’s Song by The Learning Station
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    Way Up High in an Apple Tree – Apple Song for Kids – Children’s Song by The Learning Station

    (music) way up high in an apple tree five red apples smiled down at me i shook that tree as hard as i could down came an apple mmmmm it was good way up high in an apple tree four red apples smiled down at me way up high in an apple tree four red apples smiled down at me i shook that tree as hard as i could down came an apple mmmm it was good way up high in the apple tree three red apples smiled down at me way up high in the apple tree three red apples smiled down at me i shook that tree as…

  • Neuroconservation — your brain on nature: Wallace J. Nichols at TEDxSantaCruz
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    Neuroconservation — your brain on nature: Wallace J. Nichols at TEDxSantaCruz

    Translator: Denise RQ Reviewer: Mary Kay Where were you when you fell in love with nature? Where were you when you really, completely, deeply head over heels, all-in, obsessively, fell for nature? Were you walking in the forest? Were you near water, by a river or a lake, under a waterfall? Were you looking into the eyes of an animal in the wild? And feeling its energy, in your own, connect? Were you looking at the shy through leaves and listening to the sound of wind? Were you walking along our coast, along the cliffs, looking out at the ocean? Were you on the bow of a boat with the…

  • The happiest man on earth: 99 year old Holocaust survivor shares his story | Eddie Jaku | TEDxSydney
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    The happiest man on earth: 99 year old Holocaust survivor shares his story | Eddie Jaku | TEDxSydney

    Translator: Theresa Ranft Reviewer: Tanya Cushman My dear new friends … (Laughter) My name is Eddie Jaku, and I’m standing in front of you today, a survivor of the Holocaust and a witness of the most tragic times in the history of mankind. I was a proud young German. I thought this was the best civilization that could be given to a young man like me. How wrong I was. On the 9th of November, 1938, I returned from boarding school where I had lived under a false name for five years because I was a Jew. I lived away from my family, like an orphan, getting an education and…

  • Razer Kraken Pro V2 Green Review
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    Razer Kraken Pro V2 Green Review

    Hello gamers! Hope you’re fine This is the review of the gaming headset Razer Kraken Pro V2 We start with the most important thing: the sound quality We have here a perfect stereo calibration whether it is playing or even watching a movie thanks to a total immersion sensation. Razer manufactured a headset dedicated to esports gaming partly made of aluminum, for an extended life. Except for the headset, we find in the box a braided 3.5mm jack cable with a headset and a microphone plug at the end, the Razer welcome letter, the instructions and as always the 2 Stickers of Razer logo The Kraken Pro V2 is confy,…

  • Population – Spotlight’s Word of the Day
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    Population – Spotlight’s Word of the Day

    Hi, I’m Liz Waid bringing you Spotlight’s Word of the Day. Today’s word is population. This word comes from the program, “Iceland: The Most Peaceful Country”. The word population is a noun. It means: the number of people living in a place, city or country. Here’s population in a sentence from this program: “With a small population, it also has few large cities.” In the comments below, try using the word population in your own sentence. Be sure to subscribe to Spotlight on YouTube to see more videos to help you practice your English. And join us next time for another Spotlight Word of the Day.

  • Rights of Nature | Mumta Ito | TEDxFindhorn
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    Rights of Nature | Mumta Ito | TEDxFindhorn

    Translator: Maria Popescu Reviewer: Denise RQ When talking about nature, it’s important that we start from a place of interdependence. So I invite you all to close your eyes, feel your heart, and make an intention to connect with the heart of the Earth; now make an intention to connect with the heart of the cosmos; and finally, make an intention to connect with the hearts of all beings. According to the United Nations Environment Programme, we are losing 150 to 200 species every single day through human causes. I’d like us to take a moment of silence to honor the lives of these species that we have lost. There…

  • Green Bronx Machine — growing our way into a new economy: Stephen Ritz at TEDxManhattan
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    Green Bronx Machine — growing our way into a new economy: Stephen Ritz at TEDxManhattan

    Translator: Bob Prottas Reviewer: Ariana Bleau Lugo Good afternoon. I am not a farmer. I’m not. I’m a parent, I’m a resident and I’m a teacher and this is my world. And along the way I’ve started noticing, I’m on my third generation of kids that they’re getting bigger. They’re getting sicker. In addition to these complexities, I just learned that 70% of the kids that I see who were labeled learning disabled would not have been had they had proper prenatal nutrition. The realities of my community are simple. They look like this. Kids should not have to grow up and look like this, to look at things like…

  • How to Talk Like a Native Speaker | Marc Green | TEDxHeidelberg
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    How to Talk Like a Native Speaker | Marc Green | TEDxHeidelberg

    Translator: Phuong Cao Reviewer: Leonardo Silva My story starts in Moscow. I was 15 years old. My best friend and I, we were part of a group of Westerners, visiting the Soviet Union. This was in 1987, a few years before the fall of the communist regime. We were given an official tour guide who was assigned to us. And the tour would start in the morning, and we were checked in to our hotel rooms for the night. My friend said to me, ”Let’s go outside and look at the city.” I thought it was a great idea. Dumb idea. So we grabbed our coats, and we snuck out…

  • The Surprising Future of Steam Power | Robert Green | TEDxMissionViejo
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    The Surprising Future of Steam Power | Robert Green | TEDxMissionViejo

    Translator: Michele Gianella Reviewer: Patrizia C Romeo Tomasini Steve Mazan: This is our current energy electrical delivery system that we have. Factory, to lines, to house. You want to tear it down and replace it. Robert Green: That’s right. The worldwide electrical grid is too ill suited, dangerous, and too inefficient to produce and convey electrical current. In fact, it is proven to be dangerous and harmful to the economies and the well being of people all over the world. The electrical grid itself is contrary to the products of electricity. Electricity is not suited for long-distance transmission. Which is where we’re at, right? We have a factory where we…