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Daily English 141 A Brainstorming Session
Got a problem? Find a solution on this podcast.
Daily English 142 At a Nightclub
Dance, dance, dance at a club in this podcast.
Daily English 143 Fighting a Parking Ticket
Try to get out of paying for a parking ticket on this podcast.
Daily English 144 Who Pays?
Who pays for the meal when a man and a woman have dinner? Find out in this podcast.
Daily English 145 The Big Game
Go to the most important football game of the year in this podcast.
Daily English 146 Suggestions at Work
Learn how to make a suggestion in this podcast.
Daily English 147 Reading and Watching the News
Learn about reading and watching the news in this podcast.
Daily English 148 Paying the Bills
Learn how to pay your bills in this podcast.
Daily English 149 Watching Sports on TV
Watch a game on television in this podcast.
Daily English 150 Volunteer Work
Help others by doing volunteer work in this podcast.
Cultural English 71
Topics: How to ruin your computer, how much things cost in the US, secret vs. confidential vs. private, cliché vs. touché
Cultural English 72
Topics: In the News: The Nobel Effect, dangerous bicycle helmets; to talk someone out of something vs. to have it out with someone; I’ll wait for you vs. I’ll be waiting for you; mixture
Cultural English 73
Topics: Philadelphia, jury duty, canary in a coal mine, rule of thumb
Cultural English 74
Topics: Ask an American: Being a single woman in the US, obviously vs. apparently, sorrow, to delay vs. to postpone vs. to defer
Cultural English 75
Topics: American Songs - Sound of Silence, Good for you! and Good for him!, realize vs. recognize vs. notice, farther vs. further
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