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Daily English 81 Airplane Announcements
Find out what the common airplane announcements mean in English in this podcast.
Daily English 82 In a Rut
Are you tired of doing the same thing every weekend? Find out how to talk about it in English in this podcast.
Daily English 83 Planning a Business Luncheon
Learn about how to plan a business luncheon in English in this podcast.
Daily English 84 Bargaining with a Seller
Learn about how to bargain with a seller in English in this podcast.
Daily English 85 The Blind Date
Ever go out on a date with someone you didn't know? Find out how to talk about it in English in this podcast.
Daily English 86 Asking About Jobs
Learn how to ask about someone's job in this podcast.
Daily English 87 Hotel Housekeeping
Learn how to request hotel housekeeping in this podcast.
Daily English 88 Socializing at a Reception
Learn how to carry on a conversation in English at a reception in this podcast.
Daily English 89 A Good Listener
We all want someone to listen to us. Learn how to be a good listener in English in this podcast.
Daily English 90 Room Service
Find out how to order food in a hotel in this podcast.
Cultural English 41
Topics: How to tip in the U.S., famous American museums, pronouncing “a,” comfortable vs. convenient, “I used to” vs. “I use to,” of course
Cultural English 42
Topics: Online dating, Pulitzer Prize winners, sitting duck, pronouncing cheap vs. chip and thank vs. tank, to cross your fingers
Cultural English 43
Topics: Obesity, greeting people in the United States, terrific, finally vs. eventually
Cultural English 44
Topics: United States Postal Service, summer camp, whereas vs. but, RSVP (again), to be unable to make heads or tails of something
Cultural English 45
Topics: Graceland and Elvis, Boston, to have a leg up on someone, flat out, seeing eye dogs, to trip up
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