#313: Stop Speaking SCHOOL ENGLISH: Speak REAL ENGLISH With These Expressions

You probably know that the English you learn in traditional coursebooks is veeery different from the English you learn from fluent English speakers, whether in a conversation or in a movie. In today’s episode, we’ll teach you some useful informal phrases that you’re likely to see in movies, TV series or when speaking to native speakers in real life.

Words You’ll Learn in the App

  • On the lookout 
  • Fair enough
  • Agree to disagree
  • Have a lot on one’s plate
  • Beats me
  • Nonchalant
  • Validity
  • I owe you one
  • Dismissive
  • What a drag

And many more in the app.

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  • Aminulla Musa Salisa says:

    Thank you very much, Sir Ethan, for giving me the chance to access this course that you offered to non-native speakers. This course helped me a lot inasmuch as I can now understand movies even without subtitles.

    • Agnieszka from RealLife English says:

      We are happy to hear that, Aminulla! Excellent job!

  • Mujib waziree says:

    I want be in touch with Ethan

    • Agnieszka from RealLife English says:

      So listen to our podcasts 😉 He is a host in most of them