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English Spoken Well

Online education is not for the person who must follow a leader. It is not for the person who needs to be told to study, what to study and when. But if learning is your thing, the online class is one way to give your mind what it craves most.

One of difficulties many students of English have is distinguishing good language from bad. Here is a short collection of English language example videos which use English on the very highest level.


There follows a collection of presentations by English speakers who speak nearly flawless formal English -- language which, if transcribed, would require little or no editing before publication. These are chosen purely for the language and not for the content or message, of which no recommendation nor endorsement is intended.


Christopher Hitchens addresses an audience at Rutgers University March 29, 2001.

Difficulty level: 9/10

Dialect: British (Oxbridge) English


Christopher Hitchens on freedom of speech



Karen Armstrong on Socratic Dialogue





The Body in Question -- a 13 part documentary on anatomy and medicine, a superb series.





Unacknowledged Legislation: Writers in the Public Sphere - Part 1