In this episode you are going to get some first hand English learning tips with our good friend, and podcast listener, Geanderson Esteves.
Get some great advice from this model English learner who has really connected his life to his learning.
We also explore the difference between learning English with native vs non-native English speakers, as well as lots of other awesome stuff.
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Words You Should Know:
- a speedo – small swimwear worn by men (based on name of brand)
- caipirinha – traditional Brazilian drink made with cachaca and lemon
- catuaba – Brazilian sweet drink similar to wine but of poor quality
- pluck – the verb used to pull out hairs, or feathers of a chicken from the root
- tweezers – equipment used to pluck eyebrow hairs
- under graduate degree – also called first degree, bachelor’s degree or simply degree
- cutting edge – the newest and best stuff
- gamification – adding elements of a game to something
- MMO – massive multiplayer online game
- a hack – a shortcut, a simpler way to achieve something
- scholarship – when a university pays for you to study there because you have special skills
- internship – working for a company to get practical experience when studying
- gravitate toward – to get pulled to one thing unintentionally
- output – the amount of information that’s going out (speaking)
- input – the information coming in (absorbing new information)
- roommate – a person you share a house with
- implement – to start applying to what you are doing
- tie that down to – to attach it to something, make a fundamental connection
- soulmate – someone you are destined to be with
- Geanderson Esteves – Belo Horizonte Brazil: “RealLife English is one of the best podcasts around for english learners. The topics discussed are mostly interesting and very valuable for us. I had an opportunity to meet Justin in Belo Horizonte, and this guy rules. Aww yeah, keep up the good work guys!”
Kick Ass Quote:
“There is no end to education. It is not that you read a book, pass an examination, and finish with education. The whole of life, from the moment you are born to the moment you die, is a process of learning.” – Jiddu Krishnamurti
- Geandersons takes us all through his process and experience with learning English, and how he has made it part of his everyday life. From playing video games, to studying abroad, get some great insight from this successful learners personal experience.
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