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 151 Eating at a Buffet
Learn about eating at a buffet in this podcast.
Daily English 152 Planning a Company Retreat
Plan a meeting for your company in this podcast.
Daily English 153 A Complaint Letter to a Tour Company
Learn how to write a complaint letter in this podcast.
Daily English 154 Using Email
Learn about using email in English in this podcast.
Daily English 155 A Good Review of a Play
We go to the theater to see a play in this podcast.
Daily English 156 Rumors and Secrets
Listen. Do you want to know a secret? Hear one in this podcast.
Daily English 157 Taking the Bus in Los Angeles
Nobody walks in LA, but you can take the bus in this podcast.
Daily English 158 Shopping with My Wife
Go shopping with your loved one in this podcast.
Daily English 159 Moonlighting
Sometimes you have to work two jobs to make enough money to live. Find out more on this podcast.
Daily English 160 A Flirt
Is that girl really interested in you? Find out on this podcast.
Cultural English 76
Topics: Scientology, Wikipedia, establishment figures, to not have a clue, at that time, Pardon my French!, Right on!
Cultural English 77
Topics: American houses, what Americans think they need, using “the” before a country’s name, either vs. neither
Cultural English 78
Topics: Daylight Saving Time, March Madness, to solve vs. to resolve, She smells good vs. She smells well
Cultural English 79
Topics: Ask an American - Working, quote vs. offer, Something’s Gotta Give
Cultural English 80
Topics: Google Book Search, Clint Eastwood, village vs. neighborhood, to retrieve vs. to recover, cooking vs. cuisine
Learning Guide: pages
Listen to Sample Audio:
Use credit now.
To download later, go to My Downloads