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 hundreds of thousands of 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 listening

A photograph of a lady with eyes closed. Sometimes stress and anxiety gets the best of you in this English listening lesson.

Improve Your English Listening While We Talk About Anxiety Ep 417

I think it says quite a lot about our societies that we have emoji icons for anxiety. Worrying is a part of everyoneโ€™s life, without exception. For some, worry can spill over into a dominating force in their lives. Today we are going to practice English listening comprehension skills and the topic we will talk about is anxiety.

Published

March 18, 2021

๐Ÿ’ฌ Words: 2169

โณ Length 11 min

๐Ÿ“ฎ listening

A photograph of a young woman smelling flowers in shop. Out English language learning topic today is all about smells.

Strange Smells In This English Listening Practice Lesson Ep 416

Today we talk about strange smells in our English listening practice lesson. Iโ€™ve never lost my sense of smell or taste, but recently a relative of mine lost their sense of smell and that started a really interesting conversation. A conversation I thought you might enjoy if I shared it with you as part of your English listening practice this week.

Published

March 15, 2021

๐Ÿ’ฌ Words: 2209

โณ Length 12 min

๐Ÿ“ฎ listening

A view of the gulf of Naples by night, with a volcano in the background. Today we have a hot English conversation about volcanos and lava.

Volcanos and Lava In A Conversation With English Listening Practice Ep 415

We have many interesting geological structures in the UK, but we are missing one. The UK has no active volcanos, thank goodness. However, you donโ€™t have to travel far to find volcanos and today we are going to discuss this as our English listening practice topic.

Published

March 11, 2021

๐Ÿ’ฌ Words: 1905

โณ Length 10 min

๐Ÿ“ฎ grammar

A photograph of two students reading book together standing outside a school. My guess is today they would be wearing masks, but hopefully having fun.

How to do Passive Voice for English Verbs in Present and Past Tenses Ep 414

Today, in the UK, children are going back to school. We wish them all good luck and thank goodness they can meet up with friends and get socialising again. While I am sure it will take time for schools to get back to normal, just getting out of the house and running around with some friends will be a huge physiological uplift for them.

Published

March 08, 2021

๐Ÿ’ฌ Words: 2582

โณ Length 13 min

๐Ÿ“ฎ listening

A photograph of various sweet biscuits popular in the UK and the US. In todays English lesson the topic is British biscuits while we practice our English listening skills.

Discover British Biscuits In This Listening Practice English Lesson Ep 413

In todayโ€™s English lesson we talk about British biscuits. As you probably know the UK is a nation of tea drinkers, itโ€™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.

Published

March 04, 2021

๐Ÿ’ฌ Words: 2680

โณ Length 14 min

๐Ÿ“ฎ listening

A photograph of a female student listening to an audio book on her headphones. You could be improving your spoken English by listening to our new updated 500 most common English words audio book course.

Learn To Speak English Efficiently Through Focused English Listening Ep 412

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 todayโ€™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.

Published

March 01, 2021

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