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Daily English 191 Changing Money
When you go to a different country, you usually have to change money. Find out how on this podcast.
Daily English 192 Winning the Lottery
It may be your lucky day! Find out how to win the lottery in this podcast.
Daily English 193 Placing a Business Order
Make a phone call to place a business order in this podcast.
Daily English 194 An Unwanted House Guest
Having guests at your house can sometimes be a problem. Find out how on this podcast.
Daily English 195 At an Amusement Park
Have fun at an amusement park in this podcast.
Daily English 196 A Business Plan
Makes lots of money! Plan to start your own business on this podcast.
Daily English 197 An Apology
What happens when a friend doesn’t keep your secret? Find out in this podcast.
Daily English 198 Starting a Band
If you want to be a rock star, listen to this podcast and you’ll be famous!
Daily English 199 A Love Letter
Love can make you crazy. Learn how to talk about being in love in English in this podcast.
Daily English 200 Meeting a Deadline
What happens if you don’t get your work done on time? Find out in this podcast.
Cultural English 96
Topics: How to become a doctor, how much Americans earn, using from, between, and during, fire versus arson, town hall meetings
Cultural English 97
Topics: Atlanta; Famous Americans: Michael Moore; to have versus to have got, singular versus plural verbs with percentages, sort of versus kind of
Cultural English 98
Topics: McJobs; Robert’s Rules of Order; in for a dime, in for a dollar; a police officer’s beat, could versus would, center versus centre
Cultural English 99
Ask an American: Losing weight in America; 99 Bottles of Beer on the Wall, to be (someone’s) man through and through, doggone, to see one’s share of (something), to say (something) 10 times fast
Cultural English 100
Topics: Traveling in the U.S., gimmick versus trick, to call ‘em like you see ‘em, spite versus respite, in demand versus on demand
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