In today’s English lesson we talk about British biscuits. As you probably know the UK is a nation of tea drinkers, it’s an important part of our national culture. So knowing the difference between a cookie and a scone or a biscuit is probably worth listening to while you improve your English-speaking part of your brain.
March 04, 2021
Over the years we have had many comments and conversations about which language has the most words, or the biggest vocabulary. The topic is complicated. There is no simple answer because it is a question which is not specific enough to get a correct answer. In today’s English listening lesson, we talk about how you need to focus on the words that matter in speaking English. We talk about the most efficient approach to learning what you actually need in order to speak English fluently.
March 01, 2021
Help with English phrasal verbs is a regular request for our podcasts ideas list. I completely understand why. New English language learners often run into this bizarre scenario where they understand some English words in isolation. Yet they suddenly see or hear these same words combined into a phrasal verb that means something completely different. How confusing and annoying, so today we explain some commonly used English to throw phrasal verbs.
February 25, 2021
We have hundereds of English lessons to choose from here 🎁
Over the years Adept English has received a number of emails from English language students who have improved their spoken English using our free and paid English audio resources.
May 19, 2020
Adept English has a Facebook page where we can speak to our listeners and students, here you can see what some of them have had to say to us about our Listen & learn approach to speaking English fluently.
September 24, 2019
Adept English has a YouTube channel where we can share our English audio lessons and transcripts all in one video. It's great for those people who want to listen and follow along with the English text.
September 25, 2019
100,000's of people have used our learning system, here what they have to say: 😃