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在本节中，观看含有各类主题的YouTube视频，包括科学，心理学，娱乐，文化，自然和体育。这些视频是为中高级（CEFR B2级）和高级（CEFR C1级）英语学习者特别准备的。
If you have a Christmas tree in your home, have you thought whether it's better to have a natural tree or an artificial tree? This video could help you to decide.
Have you ever wondered why dogs put their heads out of car windows? Watch this video and learn more about this common behaviour.
October is Black History Month in the UK. Watch historian David Olusoga explain what he thinks black British history really is about.
Morgan Bullock is an African-American Irish dancer. Watch this video to find out about her story.
In this video, natural scientist Janine Benyus tells us about what we've forgotten about the natural world.
Do you like ice cream? Learn how to make some at home in less than a minute.
Can you imagine a world without fossil fuels? In this video, former UN climate chief Christiana Figueres outlines her vision of a world that's entirely free of fossil fuels.
Washing your hands can help protect you against germs and illnesses. This video reminds us how to wash our hands effectively.
Who inspires you? Perhaps it's a famous woman, or maybe it's someone from your family. Watch some people talking about this question in the video.
Mumsnet is a website for parents. Listen to its founder, Justine Roberts, talking about her tips for success for women in business.
Learn how to make a delicious plant-based dish – vegan red lentil fritters.
London has many well-known landmarks, but it also has its hidden gems. In this video, you can learn about a garden paradise in the heart of the UK capital.
It's amazing what you can build out of Lego. But … an arm?! This video shows us that anything is possible …
What's the strangest animal in the ocean? In this video, scientists exploring the deep ocean make a weird (yet wonderful) discovery.
Are you adventurous when it comes to food? Watch this video about a famous Italian food – would you be brave enough to try it?
This video honours the great women of science who have changed the world forever! How many of these famous female scientists do you know about?
World Water Day is 22 March. This video explores the global water crisis, and how we can help everybody gain access to safe drinking water.
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