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We believe that listening to podcasts is a fun, natural and convenient way to learn English!
RealLife English ESL Podcasts are dedicated to helping your listening skills and teaching you new and cool expressions that will guide you to English fluency and immerse you with native conversation.
These podcasts are unscripted and edited as little as possible so you can learn how English is spoken in real life. New podcast every Thursday!
#37 — Expressions related to DATING: Plus the difference between dating and seeing each other and 1 minute videos
#31—Expressions related to PEOPLE’S NAMES: plus the difference between “that” and “which” and 7 ways to conquer your fear of speaking English and communicate with courage.
#29—Expressions related to NUMBERS: plus confusions on using the word “come” when you would think “go” would be appropriate, e.g. “I’ll come with you.”
#28—Expressions related to WEAPONS: plus why do I see “yet” used as “but”? and an awesome NPR extension for learning real life English.
#23—Expressions related to ANNOYANCE: plus the difference between “a few” and “a little” and the how to get the most out of this podcast.
#22—Expressions involving ELEMENTS: plus the difference between “may” and “might” and one of the best resources for getting cheap stuff in the USA.
#21—Expressions related to RESISTANCE: plus the difference between “bring” and “take” and a fun way to learn grammar online.
#20—Expressions involving RELATIONSHIPS: plus the difference between “advise” and “advice” and the best way to learn new vocabulary.
#19—Expressions with MOVEMENT: plus the difference between, road, avenue, street etc, and much more.
#18—Expressions with KEEP: plus the difference between “fault” and “mistake,” and a tip on how to learn all the irregular verbs.
#12—Expressions with LIFE: plus what “shawty” means and a fun website to improve your English pronunciation with music.
#11—Expressions with SLEEP: plus tips on how to help pronunciation and how to meet people, practice English and travel around world with COUCHSURFING.
#10—Expressions with TIME: plus the difference between “into” and “onto,” how to use “ain’t” and how to find an English exchange partner from anywhere in the world.
#9–Expressions with WATER: plus how to use “any” and “some,” an awesome tip for learning with music, new vocabulary and some jokes!
#8–Expressions with HANG: plus we explained “wake up” and ” get up” cool tips and new vocabulary.
#7—Expressions with BODY PARTS: plus the difference between “shall” and “will,” cool tips and new vocabulary.
#6—Expressions related to PARTYING; plus the difference between “other” and “another,” an effective new way to improve vocabulary, and a common cultural joke.
#5— Expressions using WORK: plus the difference between “only” and “just” and the best slang dictionary.
#4—Expressions using ANIMALS: plus the difference between “wish” and “hope,” and a little insight to life at the Real Life English House.
Thanks a lot for this tip, would be great to find people to practice english with.
I will never teach my students to use the word, 'f**k' It's enough to teach them slang terms without falling into the gutter.
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Does anybody know if is it possible to find somewhere the transcription of the podcasts? Thank you. 🙂