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 photo of a woman looking at a mobile phone with her face lit up. A collection of English listening material to help you develop your ability to understand extended, standard speech on familiar topics.

Perfect English Listening Practice For Intermediate ESL Students Ep 589

Listening is a skill. Whether it be listening to your professors, radio broadcasts or news broadcasts, listening to people is a task that we all need to tackle. If you are learning to speak English and you want to improve your English listening comprehension and spoken fluency, the first and most important step is to do a lot of English listening practice.


November 10, 2022

๐Ÿ’ฌ Words: 2844

โณ Length 15 min

๐Ÿ“ฎ fluency

A photo of diverse English language learners taking an English proficiency test. Today, weโ€™ll look at some of the latest data on English learning worldwide and discuss the findings.

Top Countries Learning English As A Second Language Ep 588

Today letโ€™s talk about how people are learning English all across the world. Whoโ€™s learning it and why? And in which countries do people learn more English?


November 07, 2022

๐Ÿ’ฌ Words: 2710

โณ Length 14 min

๐Ÿ“ฎ grammar

A weathered brass plaque which says word. Watch this English video lesson if you want to learn how to use English contractions.

English Contractions Quick Guide For Beginners And ESL Students Ep 587

Today we are going to cover English contractions. The most common ones, the ones you will hear native English speakers using repeatedly, all day long. This is an English grammar lesson which will help beginners grasp the use of contractions. Itโ€™s a great lesson recap for ESL students, with a short quiz at the end of the lesson to make sure you understand them.


November 03, 2022

๐Ÿ’ฌ Words: 2339

โณ Length 12 min

๐Ÿ“ฎ listening

A photo of a woman in pain holding a pillow on a sofa. The pandemic is over for most of us, but it still affects survivors and those who lost loved ones.

How A Global Pandemic Outbreak Affected Us Ep 586

For most of us, the recent pandemic is over, only now are we seeing the tremendous impact on our society. Especially for the survivors and those who lost loved ones, and those still suffering from the effects of surviving infection. An English lesson that is worth listening to!


October 31, 2022

๐Ÿ’ฌ Words: 2789

โณ Length 14 min

๐Ÿ“ฎ listening

A photo of roast broccoli and lemon. Vegetarian, Vegan or Allergic to Nuts - Finding Something to Eat in a British Restaurant or Ordering Takeaway in 2022.

Eating At A British Restaurant In 2022 Listening Practice Ep 585

Vegetarian or Vegan? Allergic to nuts or gluten? Whether you're eating in a British restaurant or ordering takeaway, it's NOT as easy to find something that suits your diet in 2022. In this podcast we discuss eating habits and trends in the UK and whatโ€™s on the menu at British restaurants. If you are food-sensitive, or if you donโ€™t eat meat and/or are vegan, what are your kitchen options during your travels in the UK? Listen to this podcast about eating out in Britain for some helpful tips and for useful vocabulary.


October 27, 2022

๐Ÿ’ฌ Words: 2752

โณ Length 14 min

๐Ÿ“ฎ phrases

A hungry lady taking food from a fridge. Whether you're reading an article or telling a story, we'll help you make your words more interesting.

Impress Your Listeners With Vivid Vocabulary Ep 584

Letโ€™s work on making the English language you use more interesting today! It is fine to use simple words and phrases when learning a new language. But as you progress in your language use, itโ€™s more interesting, for you and any listener, to use more expressive words when speaking. The lesson today has lots of examples of how you can level up your language, and a quiz to help you test your understanding.


October 24, 2022

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