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Relax Your FOMO And Other English Acronyms Ep 315

Today we will talk about English acronyms and abbreviations. This is something we all experience daily, it might be on the TV, radio your email or in an SMS (<- did you spot the acronyms?) and given how many acronyms Iโ€™ve been listening to on the news late I think itโ€™s worth spending a time in our short English podcast lessons discussing them.

Published

March 26, 2020

๐Ÿ’ฌ Words: 1410

โณ Length 8 min

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Speaking English Is Simple Once You Know How To. English Speaking Made Easier Ep 294

You can speed up your spoken English learning. Adept English has a free English language course called the Seven Rules Course, which will show you how to. English speaking is much simpler if you learn just a few secrets about how your brain works when learning a new language.

Published

January 13, 2020

๐Ÿ’ฌ Words: 2140

โณ Length 11 min

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Get Phrasal Verbs Much More Than A List Of Prepositions Ep 282

Why, oh why, do English speakers make simple vocabulary so much more difficult to learn than it needs to be? At some point someone decided that taking some prepositions and verbs, that mean one thing on their own would be a good idea to mean something different when you put them together in a short phrase. Lets talk about get phrasal verbs.

Published

December 02, 2019

๐Ÿ’ฌ Words: 2714

โณ Length 14 min

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What Is A Low Hanging Fruit Ep 263

The expression low-hanging fruit is used to describe achieving a result with little effort. This English phrase is something you might hear in a business meeting and was once a favourite vernacular of management consultants. An entrepreneur might use the idiom when talking about a new business opportunity in business-related English conversation.

Published

September 26, 2019

๐Ÿ’ฌ Words: 2104

โณ Length 11 min

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How To Learn Spoken English Deja Vu Ep 261

If you are here reading this, then you probably want to learn to speak English. Learning how to speak English is different to learning to read or write in English. Speaking in an English conversation means you need to have strong English listening skills (understanding) and fast word recall (fluency).

Published

September 19, 2019

๐Ÿ’ฌ Words: 2352

โณ Length 12 min

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Spoken English Conversation Staycation Ep 255

In todayโ€™s lesson we practice spoken English conversation and explain the portmanteau word Staycation. Although this is a short lesson (Thursday lessons are shorter, Mondayโ€™s lessons are longer) itโ€™s still 1000+ English words, all spoken by a native English speaker at just the right ๏ปฟpace to help you practice listening to spoken English.

Published

August 29, 2019

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