Unit 011

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Lessons in Unit 011

Daily English

Daily English 101  Returning a DVD Player

Learn how to use a DVD in this episode.

Daily English 102  Wait-Listed for a Flight

Learn about being put on a wait list in this podcast.

Daily English 103  Making a Sales Call

Make a sales call in English in this podcast.

Daily English 104  Bar Hopping

Go drinking at a bar in this podcast.

Daily English 105  Driving Directions

Get some driving directions in English in this podcast.

Daily English 106  High School Jobs

Learn about having a job during high school in this podcast.

Daily English 107  Going to the Dentist

Learn how to talk about going to the dentist in this podcast.

Daily English 108  Asking Someone Out

Learn how to talk about asking someone out on a date in this podcast.

Daily English 109  Being an Entrepreneur

Learn how to start a new business in this podcast.

Daily English 110  Hotel Reservations

Learn how to make a hotel reservation in English in this podcast.

Cultural English

Cultural English 51

Topics: Famous Americans – Stevie Wonder; Indian summer, to cut to the chase, to jaywalk, current vs. present, to prove someone

Cultural English 52

Wills and estates, “No big!”, primordial soup, trouble vs. problem vs. issue vs. situation, answer vs. response vs. reply, though, device vs. gadget vs. gizmo vs. contraption

Cultural English 53

Elections in the U.S., to prove someone wrong, effect vs. affect, to wait on someone vs. to wait for someone, big vs. large, I’m fine vs. I’m good vs. I’m well

Cultural English 54

Topics: Houston, who Americans trust, to get off one’s soapbox, layover vs. transfer, blond vs. blonde

Cultural English 55

Topics: Genealogy, Bill Cosby, to get down on your knees vs. to get down on one knee

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