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You’ll learn about American culture and how to communicate naturally and easily in English.
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December 8, 2020
Have you heard the word “then” used in English in a variety of different ways?
Look at this example and notice that the word “then” has a slightly different use here.
Lindsay: “Recording will take a long time today, Michelle. We are recording 20 episodes!”
Michelle: “Oh wow. Ok, I’ll get comfortable then!”
As you can see and you’ve probably heard, “then” is a versatile word in English that can be used in a variety of different ways.
Today we’re looking at how this word can
December 7, 2020
Have you ever heard somebody use a slang word in English?
Do you use the word “baddest” for example?
There are some words that may be hard to understand in English because they are positive words that may have a negative meaning.
Today we are looking at slang words like this, and how you can use them in conversations in a very modern way.
December 3, 2020
Have you ever wanted to be part of a group conversation in English but felt unsure?
Does it feel like group conversations are people talking fast and you have a hard time keeping up?
This is a common scenario and one that you want to be prepared for so that you can be a part of things.
In today’s episode you will learn three things you can listen for when you are trying to enter into a fast paced group conversation that is happening in English.
December 2, 2020
Have you heard somebody say something like “I’ve got to get some cleaning done today. This apartment isn’t going to clean itself.”
This is a phrase in English that is quite common, and yet it may sound a bit confusing to you.
Today we are going to talk about this fun little expression you can use to add a little spunk to your English.
We already used it in the question above where when it said “This apartment isn’t going to clean itself.”
What does that mean?
We’re going t
December 1, 2020
Have you heard somebody use the phrase “in a sense” in English?
Do you wonder what the word “sense” means and feel as if you hear it used in many different contexts?
Today we’re going to look at this phrase and others like it that use the word “sense” to convey a common thought.
This is a great aspect of conversation, and one that you can actively be a part of once you understand how to use it.
November 30, 2020
Have you heard somebody refer to something as “at your 12:00?”
Is this one of those things in English that you find hard to understand?
This is a reference that may come up often in conversation, and so you want to know how to use it.
The idea came up recently about doing an episode about how we use clock images to locate something around us, for example “Do you see that bird in the tree? It’s at your 6:00.”
We’re going to talk you through these references, help you to und
November 26, 2020
Have you ever watched a young child learning something new?
If you have then you see that they pick things up really quickly, and soak up everything around them.
Have you ever thought about trying to learn English in the same way?
Today we’re talking about how you can learn English like this, and soak up everything as a small child would, so you can get the most out of it.
November 25, 2020
Do you say “I’m sorry” too much in English?
Do you find that you apologize before a lot of things that you say or do?
Do you know somebody who apologizes too much at work?
Today we’re looking at the tendency that many of us have to apologize more than we should.
We’re going to talk about this particularly in a professional setting, and why those unnecessary apologies may actually be holding you back.
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