In this podcast Ethan, Andrea and Justin talk about five great things that you can practice every day in order to improve your English communication skills.

Topics:

  • 5 things to practice every day to improve your English communication skills.
  • How to make learning English stress-free

Words You’ll Learn:

  • Cross Atlantic: crossing the Atlantic Ocean.
  • Stare (something or someone) down: look at something intensely, show dominance.
  • Melt: to turn liquid by heat.
  • Smartass/Smart alec/Smartypants: someone that thinks that he knows everything.
  • Fitting: something that suits very well.
  • Routine: a sequence of actions regularly followed.
  • Coherent: logical and consistent.
  • Foosball: a table game that resembles soccer in which the ball is moved by manipulating rods to which small figures of players are attached.
  • Goes to show: used for saying that a particular fact is proved by what has happened.
  • Schedule: a list of planned activities be done.
  • Snowball effect: a situation in which something increases in  importance at a faster and faster rate.
  • To give yourself a pat on the back: a show of praise or approval to yourself.
  • A streak: consecutive days
  • To come as no surprise: to be expected.
  • Building blocks: something that is necessary for making or developing another thing.
  • Momentum: the increase in the rate of development of a certain process.
  • Humongous: huge.
  • Take things for granted: to never think about something because you believe it will always be available.
  • Reactive: to act in response to a situation rather than controlling it.
  • To get your toes wet: to start doing something for the first time.
  • Where the rubber hits the road: the point at which a theory or idea is put to a practical test.
  • The world is your oyster: used to say that you can do anything or go anywhere you want in life.

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  • Fizafatima says:

    Its amazing I’m in love with this course fluent with friends I really wants to recommend this course if you’re struggling with these problems you must be join fluently circle and yeah it’s a huge opportunity guys don’t waste your time to watch another garbages. Thank you.

    • Justin says:

      Aww yeah Fatima, thanks for your great support and keep up the awesome work!

      • Richard Regan says:

        Can I communicate with you on chatting or someother like whatsapp

        • Justin says:

          Hey there, Richard, thanks for your support. Feel free to communicate with us at [email protected] if you have any specific questions!

    • Oscar Amine says:

      Really Fizafatima, how did you do that to increase so easy your level in English? Because I can always complain in English and I don’t really know why.
      Could someone help me please?

  • Luiz says:

    In Brazil we call the table football (or soccer) Pebolim or Totó.

  • Flávia says:

    In Brazil foosball has more than one “name”, it depends on the region, but the ones I know are “totó” or “pebolim”, very different from the word football, right?! Haha
    I love listening to podcasts while I’m doing other things, just like you recommended us!
    I discovered your YouTube channel 3 days ago and subscribed right after I watched one video, it’s really fun to learn with TV shows!

  • Danny says:

    Hi, thank you for the good work, I can tell you are so committed to what you do. Just a quick question. Is there any place I can practice the vocabulary from each piece of you podcasts just like I can at Memrise or Anki, which I think is very helpful to memorize new words from Friends and your Immersion program. Your podcasts do have so many useful words and phrases which I don’t want to go over my head. Thank you. Danny

  • Hi guys! Hello from Brasil!

    In Brazilian Portuguese

    Foosball = Totó (in most regions) and Pebolim.

    Peace! ✌️😉

  • Nery says:

    Hi, in Guatemala we call foosball: Futillo.

  • Soviet says:

    No words it’s really awesome Thankyou so much for this,the 5 tips are so amazing and it pequid my curiosity aww yeah! Love it!

    • Agnieszka Tkacz says:

      Thank you for your support!