๐Ÿ“– English Lessons Section

Each Podcast is its own English lesson

Hi there you are listening to Adept English and this is a listen and learn podcast. My name is Hilary and I created this listen and learn method to help you speak English fluently. It's much more enjoyable if you learn English in the way that your brain naturally wants to learn. I live in the United Kingdom. I'm a native English speaker. And I love helping the hundred thousand students who listen to us every month.

Every week we give you two English lessons in the form of podcasts. So listen to Adept English. You'll be on your way to speaking fluent English in no time.

๐Ÿ“ฎ speaking

A photograph of a football. In todays lesson we discuss the problems UK football is having as we learn English speaking.

Learn English Speaking As We Talk About Saving UK Football Ep 370

In todayโ€™s lesson we are going to pick a topic from the British headline news and talk about it using everyday English vocabulary. Itโ€™s about football, and we learn English speaking through listening to the conversation with a focus on how the words are spoken. Listening to this lesson several times will help you with your automatic English comprehension.

Published

October 05, 2020

๐Ÿ’ฌ Words: 2356

โณ Length 12 min

๐Ÿ“ฎ listening

Man looking stressed out and depressed; mental health concept, stress, anxiety, depression, emotion. All discussed in our listening practice English conversation.

Neuroscience While We Practice Listening To Conversations In English Ep 369

Itโ€™s not every day you get to say youโ€™ve listened to a podcast on neuroscience. If you invest the next ten minutes of your life to this podcast. You will not only practise listening to an English conversation in English, to improve your English comprehension. You might also change the way you live to help keep your brain in tip-top condition as you grow older.

Published

October 01, 2020

๐Ÿ’ฌ Words: 2226

โณ Length 12 min

๐Ÿ“ฎ speaking

A photograph of a laughing man with headphones sitting at table. Used to highlight one of the English acronyms used in this English spoken natively lesson.

Learn About Acronyms While Listening To English Spoken Natively Ep 368

If you're investing your valuable time learning to speak a new language, like English, you are much better off listening to English being spoken by a native English speaker. If you intend to use your new English language skills, then practicing your English language skills with the people you are eventually going to be speaking with is a much more efficient approach to learning.

Published

September 28, 2020

๐Ÿ’ฌ Words: 1860

โณ Length 10 min

๐Ÿ“ฎ listening

Portrait photograph of a happy African Muslim woman in headscarf in new car, part of this English conversation listening practice lesson.

UK Black Box Car Insurance A Conversation With English Listening Practice Ep 367

Frustration with technology, outrageous costs and the freedom to drive are in todayโ€™s English listening lesson. Todayโ€™s lesson takes the form of a conversation with English listening practice that will engage your interest and keep you interested in listening. All you have to do is sit back and listen, and listen as many times as you can.

Published

September 24, 2020

๐Ÿ’ฌ Words: 2269

โณ Length 12 min

๐Ÿ“ฎ idioms

A photograph of horses in Iceland. Wild horses in a group. Horses on the Westfjord in Iceland. Discussed in this English lesson when we talked about furry coats to help survive in the cold weather.

Horse Idioms English Lesson Ep 366

A recent comment on YouTube, which suggested that idioms make English interesting, got me thinking about English idioms. It has been a while since I last did an English idiom lesson, so today we are going to talk about a horse idiom I heard being used on BBC Radio 4.

Published

September 21, 2020

๐Ÿ’ฌ Words: 2197

โณ Length 11 min

๐Ÿ“ฎ grammar

A photograph of a lady speaker giving a presentation in hall at university centre workshop, basic English grammar.

Direct And Reported Speech The Basics Of Grammar In English Ep 365

We recently had a question put to us about direct and reported speech. Understanding this is important. It is a basic part of grammar in English. So today we run through lots of examples of both types of speech. Although we try not to spend much time on grammar, as you learn this through listening anyway, sometimes it helps some people and we are here to help.

Published

September 17, 2020

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