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📮 phrases

A lady smelling coffee enjoying her sense of smell. An English language learning podcast on English phrases that use the word sense which will teach you the meaning of sense and how it’s used in key phrases.

Make Sense Of English Phrases That Use The Word Sense Ep 489

In today’s English language podcast lesson, we explain and practice using some common English phrases and expressions that use the word sense. Why do we say I don’t have a sense of humour, but I get the sense you don’t like me? Does sense really mean 5 different things? What is nonsense? Find out in this English phrases lesson. Using our easy to use listen and learn approach to improving your English comprehension skills, we will have you speaking English like a native in no time.

Published

November 25, 2021

💬 Words: 2580

Length 13 min

📮 idioms

A photo of a couple taking a walk in the park. Learn some really useful English idioms.

English Idioms For Easy: Easy To Learn Easy To Remember Ep 482

We use English idioms every day. And we use them in big ways and small ways, for fun and for serious meanings. For example, we can say that we’re up to our ears in work, meaning we’re very busy and it’s hard to find time to do anything else. Let’s explore and play with some different English idioms for easy!

Published

November 01, 2021

💬 Words: 1965

Length 10 min

📮 phrases

A photograph of businesswomen working in a bright modern office, standing, talking, smiling and shaking hands. English phrases and questions you might encounter in an English language interview.

Job Interview Preparation Practice English Phrases Ep 460

Doing part, or all, of a job interview in a second language is difficult. It’s an unusual scenario for someone with English as a second language. You don’t normally have to sell yourself when you speak English, but in an interview, you do! So jump in and start listening to more interview language and English phrases and questions in today’s podcast English lesson.

Published

August 16, 2021

💬 Words: 2167

Length 11 min

📮 idioms

A photograph of a turkey, a really ugly bird. English idioms are the topic of today's comprehensible input English podcast lesson.

English Animal Idioms In This English Language Acquisition Listening Practice Ep 459

So you’ve decided that listening to the English language is a good way to improve your English language skills. You’re keen to pour the new strange sounds and words into your pristine brain. Great! But before you jump in, be mindful of what you are going to listen to. Even though today’s English language learning podcast is a nice and easy idioms topic. There are a lot of more complex things going on as you listen. The lesson is working on your unconscious mind, not just your conscious mind.

Published

August 12, 2021

💬 Words: 2328

Length 12 min

📮 idioms

Cute contented cat sleeps on its back, bending its paws in the arms. Who could have thought that such a lovely soft cuddly pussy cat could be fraught with English language danger.

2 English Idioms You Need To Be Careful With Literally And Figuratively Ep 443

We often use English idioms in a way that needs more imagination to get the meaning than you might expect. Today we cover 2 idioms that could not be more different in their meaning, however they both can be dangerous to us if used improperly. Idioms are fun really, it’s handy to know what the most common ones mean as it would surprise you just how often you will hear them in everyday English conversations.

Published

June 17, 2021

💬 Words: 2358

Length 12 min

📮 phrases

People dressed in old fashioned medieval costumes. As we examine English phrases used in a story about the British royal family and the BBC.

British Royal Family And BBC Scandal In This English Phrases Lesson Ep 437

Today we look into the world of the British monarchy. We talk about lords, earls and princes involved in a recent story of lies and scandal from one of the most respected journalistic organisation in the UK and by far one of the most popular royal members Diana, Princess of Wales.

Published

May 27, 2021

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