#187: 7 Ways Podcasts Transform Your English and Your Life
In this free audio lesson we will be talking about how podcasts can transform your English and your life. You will have a lot of fun listening to Ethan, Justin and Andrea talk about this interesting subject and improve your English vocabulary with great new words!
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- 7 Ways Podcasts Transform Your English and Your Life.
Words You’ll Learn:
- To be a lazy ass: somebody who is very lazy and never does anything productive.
- To be a dumbass: somebody who is not intelligent or is acting like an idiot.
- Putting in your reps: to do different exercises in order to get better at something.
- Topic: a subject that is discussed, written about or studied.
- Pick up vocabulary: to learn new pieces of vocabulary.
- Preaching to the choir: to speak as if to convince a person or group of something they already believe.
- Convenient: something that fits in well with a person’s needs or plans.
- Chores: a routine task.
- Multitask: to deal with more than one task at the same time.
- To kill two birds with one stone: to achieve to aims at once.
- Look forward to something: to be excited about something that is going to happen.
- Road rage: when you are driving and you get very angry.
- To beep (UK) / To honk (USA) the horn: to make a short, loud sound with a vehicle.
- Take it out on someone: when you express your frustration on one person.
- Badass: used to describe something or someone that is awesome, with a slightly heroic and admirable connotation.
- Terrible ass: even more than badass.
- Foundation: the basis on which something is grounded.
- To get the gist of something: To understand the central, essential, or general matter of something.
- To log hours doing (something): to write down how many hours you’ve done something for.
- To mumble: to say something indistinctly and quietly, making it difficult for others to hear.
- Connect the dots: to associate one idea with another, to find the “big picture.”
- Pay off: if something you have done pays off, it is successful.
- Fruit of your labor: the benefits of your hard work.
- A tipping point: the point at which a series of small changes or incidents becomes significant enough to cause a larger, more important change.
- To turn (someone) on to (something): to cause someone to be interested in something.
- Potential: to show the capacity to develop into something in the future.
- Cult: a group of people defined by a religious devotion to something.
- Synergy: a concept that states that the combined power of a group of things when they work together is be greater than the sum of the separate individual parts.
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Great topic, thanks for share this advice to keep practicing the language through the listening. I think it is a powerful tool to develop a good speaking and learn more vocabulary and live the language.
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I’m a huge fan of Ethan’s work. It is an excellent way to learn English by listening to a good chat, in a pleasant way and a good type of subject. Sometimes, I just listen, and if I have time, I do all the exercises, and sometimes I even comment. but I keep track of your work.
Thanks guys you are so good, with you I can used to my ear to the English
The very uplifting lesson sounds the journey of thousands mile begins with a single step. I did really appreciate it.
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Thank you for such nice words!
You guys are the best…I think listening podcast not only important for improving English…it’s also improves your listening capabilities…lots of love from indian… ❤
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Hi Ethan, as im auditory learner this is suitable for me thanx for ur advice u ar always wonderfull