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#Daily English Conversation Dialogues 14

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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

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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

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A photograph of an old man and his glasses. With age comes wisdom and silliness in equal measure. In this English lesson to practice English conversation comprehension.

Practice An Everyday Conversation With English Speakers Ep 407

This English lesson is a conversation in English about news in the UK. All you have to do is sit back and listen to the native English speaker and comprehend what you hear. Listen to the lesson several times until you understand all the vocabulary and you comprehend the meaning of the sentences. Simple conversations, like this one, can be difficult to follow when you are learning to speak English. Practice listening to conversations in English will help train your brain to recognise the sounds and English speaker makes, even before you understand all the words.

Published

February 11, 2021

๐Ÿ’ฌ Words: 2100

โณ Length 11 min

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Portrait of a smiling young African woman, thinking about today's Adept English quiz!

Practice Your English Conversation With A Little Quiz Ep 393

I am sure many of you are busy with the coming holiday, I know I am. It is nearly time to say goodbye to 2020 and what an odd year it has been. As always, I am determined to see the weekly English lesson podcasts go out as normal over the holidays.

Published

December 24, 2020

๐Ÿ’ฌ Words: 1859

โณ Length 10 min

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The skyline of London, UK with the Tower Bridge and the Shard after sunset. As we talk about Brexit, weather the pandemic and other things in the news.

Learn English While You Catch Up On The News Ep 392

In this English lesson, we take a snapshot of the news across the UK and the world at large and discuss what is happening in a conversational style. Although much of the news recently has been about the pandemic, and we will talk a little about that, it is not all about that. There are plenty of things happening in the world beyond the pesky virus.

Published

December 21, 2020

๐Ÿ’ฌ Words: 2152

โณ 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, 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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