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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 today’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

💬 Words: 2093

Length 11 min

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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, we’ve been told that for those who want to take the risk, families can meet up for a few days around Christmas day, but it’s at your own risk and that’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

💬 Words: 2418

Length 13 min

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A lady laying on grass with her eyes closed taking advantage of the spring sun, used to help visualise our English conversation on light nights.

Practice English Conversation With A Discussion On Light Nights Ep 332

Today we practise English conversation and the topic is light nights, the last time we talked about light nights was way back in the spring of 2016. We talk about the sun, and its effects on us British and everyone in northern Europe.

Published

May 25, 2020

💬 Words: 2046

Length 11 min

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Girl shaking her pink braided hair, used as an example hair style to discuss in an English conversation.

Learn About Your Hairdo And Practice English For Conversations Ep 300

If you are struggling to find something to talk about in English for a conversation, then keep it simple and talk about something that matters to everyone. Today we will talk about hair, which for most people is an important topic. It might be important for religious reasons, for trendy fashion reasons. It might be important because you have little hair or maybe none. I guarantee it will come up in your English conversations at some point so you need to know at least the popular styles so you can talk about it.

Published

February 03, 2020

💬 Words: 2353

Length 12 min

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A portrait photograph of young woman during psychotherapy

Practice Conversations In English-Are Our Devices Spying On Us Ep 299

One of the best ways of conditioning your brain to hear English and understand English is to listen to native English speakers. The more listening you can fit into your life the more automatic the understanding. The important thing it to listen to normal English conversations, the conversation you would have with friends.

Published

January 30, 2020

💬 Words: 2061

Length 11 min

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A photograph of a man swimming in the sea used to highlight the popularity of wild swimming in the UK. This English conversation lessons topic was wild swimming.

An English Conversation Lesson About UK Wild Swimming Ep 293

Today we have a lesson focused on English conversation, a conversation about wild swimming in the UK. Being surrounded by water means most, around 75%, people in the UK learn to swim at an early age. However, many of those swimmers are turning to rivers, ponds, lakes and the sea to swim rather than use the thousands of swimming pools throughout the UK.

Published

January 09, 2020

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