Get Your Select English Lessons in Order, From the Beginning!
Add 10 Daily English and 5 Cultural English lessons to your cart - easy and convenient, all with one click!
Download all 15 lessons in one zip file after you checkout.
Note: By selecting a unit, you use all of this month's 15 lesson credits. If you've already used some of credits this month, please add lessons one-by-one to your account this month or wait until next month to select a 15-lesson unit.
Click on the "Add to Cart" button to get all 15 lessons.
(Note: "Add to Cart" button only appears for Select English Members)
Daily English 71 Missing Person, Part 11: “Right on Schedule.”
Part 11 of a 12-episode murder mystery, written especially ESLPod.com. Learn English while enjoying this exciting story!
Daily English 72 Missing Person, Part 12: “Kathy to the Rescue.”
The final part of a 12-episode murder mystery, written especially ESLPod.com. Learn English while enjoying this exciting story!
Daily English 73 Halloween
Learn all about the customs of Halloween in this podcast.
Daily English 74 Reserving a Rental Car
Learn how to make a rental car reservation in English in this podcast.
Daily English 75 Getting Childcare
Having young children means finding childcare when you have to go to work. Learn how to talk about it in English in this podcast.
Daily English 76 Asking for and Giving Instructions
Learn how to ask for and give instructions in English in this podcast.
Daily English 77 Shopping at the Mall
Taking pictures requires getting a camera. Learn how to buy one in this podcast.
Daily English 78 Seeing a Play
Go see a play and learn how to talk about it in English in this podcast.
Daily English 79 Disagreeing Politely in a Business Setting
If you have to disagree with someone when speaking English, learn how to do it politely in this podcast.
Daily English 80 Asking for Directions
If you are lost, you need to ask for directions. Find out how to do so in English in this podcast.
Cultural English 36
Topics: Popular words in the US media, People Magazine's Sexiest Man Alive, to make a spectacle of yourself, to go berserk, basically, "I'm whooped," doozy, fault vs. defect vs. error, David versus Goliath
Cultural English 37
Topics: Mothers Day and Fathers Day, Seattle, TV show “24,” should be going vs. should go, spur of the moment, slam dunk, relatively vs. extremely vs. tremendously, angry vs. mad vs. upset, off-the-shelf
Cultural English 38
Topics: Newsmagazines, AMBER Alert, reading a map, “Get out of here!”, followed by, “Excuse me” vs. “I’m sorry,” to have something on someone, to teeter on the brink
Cultural English 39
Topics: Country music, July 4th celebrations, clever vs. smart, you formal vs. informal, college vs. high school, to ride vs. to drive, “Tell me about it!”, to throw in the towel
Cultural English 40
Topics: John McCain, Little League sports, how to pronounce years and hours, using “some” plus a number, to hock, larger than life, to cheat on someone, I might say vs. I can say
Learning Guide: pages
Listen to Sample Audio:
Use credit now.
To download later, go to My Downloads