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Daily English 231 The Supermarket Checkout
Learn how to pay for your food at a grocery store in English in this episode.
Daily English 232 Business Bookkeeping
Have a business requires that you know how much you spend and how much you earn. Find out how to talk about it in English on this episode.
Daily English 233 Asking for a Date
Looking for love in all the wrong places? Learn how to ask someone out on a date in English in this episode.
Daily English 234 Seeing an Eye Doctor
Can’t see very well? Learn how to visit the eye doctor in English in this episode.
Daily English 235 Parking Instructions
Understanding directions can be difficult. Learn about parking instructions in English in this episode.
Daily English 236 An On-Site Estimate
Learn how to fix or change your house or office in this episode.
Daily English 237 Getting Revenge
Women don’t like men who play with their romantic emotions. Find out what will happen to you if you do in this episode.
Daily English 238 Traveling Off-Season
Need a vacation? Find out how to travel for cheap on this episode.
Daily English 239 A Birthday Party
Planning a party is hard work. Planning a party for children is even harder. Find out more in this episode.
Daily English 240 Working Overtime
Working too much can cause problems in the family. Find out more in this episode.
Cultural English 116
Topics: Tooth Fairy, Easter Bunny, progress versus process, would in the past tense, to be on the chunky side
Cultural English 117
Topics: Ask an American: Business travel in the U.S.; bang for your buck, original versus initial, the longest word in English
Cultural English 118
Topics: How to become the president of the United States, tailgating parties, seize versus arrest versus detain, pronouncing “the,” expressions for showing sympathy
Cultural English 119
Topics: Cities: Anchorage, Alaska; John Henry; you might as well, to hit the ground running, the “café” in English Café, what goes around comes around, breaking news
Cultural English 120
Topics: Men and “dumb blondes,” the Rotary Club, grade versus score, how do I get to versus where do I find, my friend versus a friend of mine
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