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Shaving is one of the things most men have to do every day. Find out how to talk about it in English in this episode.
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Fast dialogue: 16:53
I forgot to set...
It’s always nice to share. Learn how to talk about it in English in this episode.
Slow dialogue: 1:04
Fast dialogue: 16:31
Benny: Mom says we’re supposed to share.
A family waiting beside their car, which has run out of petrol! Picture by Rusty Russ/flickr Today, we are going to run out of things. “To run out of” something is a phrasal verb. It is...
Topics: Famous Americans: Thomas Edison; Liberia; symposium versus workshop versus seminar; to account for; "Let us never negotiate out of fear, but let us never fear to...
Some very scary Halloween pumpkins. Photo by Pedro J Ferreira/flickr Today is 31 October, and it is the scariest day of the year. Do you know the verb “to scare”? If you scare someone,...
Topics: The Sam Sheppard Trial; Plymouth Rock; to counsel versus to consult; to hit (one/someone) head on; to scare the crap out of (one/someone); a bee in (one’s/someone’s) bonnet Words: intruder...
Rolex is an expensive brand. How can you spot a fake?
This is the second in a two-part Business English Pod lesson on football and soccer idioms.
The World Cup kicks off in just a few days. That gives us some time to look at some more idioms related...
This ESL podcast is about learning how to describe unreliable people in English.
Parents want to protect their children, even when they grow older. Sometimes the children, however, don’t want the protection. Learn more in this episode.
Slow dialogue: 1:39
This ESL podcast is about a potential office romance. Is it going to happen? Is it a good idea? Listen and find out.
This ESL podcast is about a hilarious cartoon called "The Simpsons".
This ESL Podcast is about sleep and insomnia Learn about some sleeping problems and learn English.
This ESL podcast is about the UFC. It's a world famous mixed martial arts fighting competition.
This ESL Podcast is about email. Learn everything about email and learn daily conversation and business English skills
This ESL Podcast is about the future and artificial intelligence. Learn English for daily conversation and have fun listening.
This ESL Podcast is about getting good advice for your life. Learn English for daily conversation and have fun listening.
Lucky's cafe. Photo by it's d-lo/flickr Like lots of people, I have Google as the home page on my web browser. On the Google page, there is a search box where I can type what I am looking for. For...
This ESL podcast is about maybe the best tennis player of all time. Roger Federer
If you discover something illegal or unethical at your workplace, what should you do? Find out in this episode.
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Fast dialogue: 15:40
Becky: What are we...
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