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A photograph of a peacock with feathers out. As we take a deep dive on the many types of blue in todays English conversation practice.

English Conversation Practice On Words That Help Describe The Colour Blue Ep 422

Maybe it is the plunge in temperature that made me think about todayโ€™s colour, or maybe the wonderful flowers that have coloured my garden. The result is an English conversation practice podcast that takes a thorough analysis into the many types of a single colour. I will leave you to listen to the podcast to find out which colour I talk about.

Published

April 05, 2021

๐Ÿ’ฌ Words: 2093

โณ Length 11 min

๐Ÿ“ฎ speaking

A photograph of friends with smartphones leaning against a wall. Our topic is love and how we have moved online during the pandemic as we learn to speak English.

Practice Your English Speaking Learning About Love In A Global Pandemic Ep 410

Iโ€™m sure we all agree that love and relationships are important to us human beings. We are, after all, a social animal. The pandemic, and the way we are trying to control its impact on us, is affecting many things. Today we practice English speaking learning about how people are getting around the lack of physical contact during lockdowns.

Published

February 22, 2021

๐Ÿ’ฌ Words: 2564

โณ Length 13 min

๐Ÿ“ฎ speaking

A photograph of modern high-rise residential buildings seen in Munich, Germany. Let us hope that the cladding on these buildings is fire safe.

An English Speaking Practice Topic That Could Save Your Life Ep 408

Today we have a lesson which should help provide you with some English-speaking practice and maybe help save your life. Now itโ€™s rarely you get to put those two valuable benefits into a single sentence. With more people living in blocks of flats its important to know about the Grenfell fire.

Published

February 15, 2021

๐Ÿ’ฌ Words: 2845

โณ Length 15 min

๐Ÿ“ฎ speaking

A photograph of a British home-made blueberry crumble with oatmeal, learning to speak English and how to cook yummy food.

A Yummy English Speaking Topic Mmm Puddings Ep 405

Itโ€™s been cold here in the UK and nothing makes the cold outside fade away faster than British comfort food. Iโ€™m sure, wherever you come from, you have a similar process of making things just a little better with some pleasant kitchen smells and tasty dishes. Well, in my house we like a good pudding and a family favourite is a fruit crumble with lots of custard. So todayโ€™s English speaking topic is about a classic British pudding and the English vocabulary you would use in an English kitchen.

Published

February 04, 2021

๐Ÿ’ฌ Words: 2111

โณ Length 11 min

๐Ÿ“ฎ speaking

A photograph of an African American man sitting in front of computer coding, programming, web developer. Nearly all programmers are in part, English speakers.

English Speaking Is Popular And Very International Ep 402

Today our English lesson focuses on why the English language is so popular and continues to grow as a popular international language. We see it every year at Adept English, more and more people are choosing to learn English as their second language. So why is the English-speaking world growing?

Published

January 25, 2021

๐Ÿ’ฌ Words: 2401

โณ Length 13 min

๐Ÿ“ฎ speaking

A woman in a black protective medical mask in a Santa hat at the window of a city shop with purchases in multi-coloured paper bags. English Christmas songs.

The Unofficial Top British Christmas Songs Everyone In The UK Knows Ep 390

For what seems the briefest of moments, the UK went back to almost normal at the start of December. The government relaxed lockdowns, people went shopping and could meet up with friends and family, even socialise and go to the pub. But that has all stopped now, weโ€™ve been told that for those who want to take the risk, families can meet up for a few days around Christmas day, but itโ€™s at your own risk and thatโ€™s it, oh and the cost of these few precious days we will all have even stricter lockdowns going into January 2021. Wow, what a rubbish holiday this is turning out to be.

Published

December 14, 2020

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