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Daily English 131 Sharing an Apartment
Learn about sharing your apartment with someone else in this podcast.
Daily English 132 Getting Through on the Phone.
Learn how to reach someone on the telephone in this podcast.
Daily English 133 Going to a Wedding
Let's get married in today's podcast!
Daily English 134 Dating Someone's Ex
Find out about dating your friend's ex- girlfriend in this podcast.
Daily English 135 Scheduling a Meeting
Learn how to set up a meeting time in this podcast.
Daily English 136 Having a Baby
Congratulations! You're having a baby on this podcast.
Daily English 137 Meeting an Out of Town Friend.
Meet a friend from out of town in this podcast.
Daily English 138 Hotel Tour Desk
Learn all about taking a tour in this podcast.
Daily English 139 Job Layoffs
Be careful not to lose your job in this podcast.
Daily English 140 Buying on the Internet
Go shopping on the Internet in this podcast.
Cultural English 66
Topics: Ask an American: College Life in the US, all but, specialty vs. speciality, to cut someone off, Don’t be a…, moonshine, to cut someone off
Cultural English 67
Topics: In the News: pretexting, “stay the course,” The Daily Show and The Colbert Report, “if that’s anything to go by,” color vs. hue, contribute vs. attribute, “the die is cast”
Cultural English 68
Topics: Ask an American: Raising a large family, criteria vs. standard, through vs. throughout, to call it quits
Cultural English 69
Topics: Studying abroad in college, Americans and gun control, come and eat vs. come to eat, in spite of vs. despite
Cultural English 70
Topics: Current Movies: Stomp the Yard and Dreamgirls, vibe, sick vs. ill. vs. cold, to hold someone’s hand vs. to hold onto someone
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