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Daily English 241 At the Bakery
Feeling hungry? Learn how to order desserts from a bakery in English in this episode.
Daily English 242 The Comedy Club
Laugh out loud at the comedy club in this episode.
Daily English 243 Speaking to a Store Clerk on the Phone
Find out how to call the store before you go shopping in this episode.
Daily English 244 Critiquing Someone’s Work
Criticizing other people’s work is never easy. Find out how to do it in English in this episode.
Daily English 245 Characteristics of an Ideal Mate
Who is your perfect mate? Find out how to describe him or her in this episode.
Daily English 246 Understanding Addresses
Sending a letter to the US? Learn about American addresses in this episode.
Daily English 247 Asking for Recommendations
Learn how to ask for recommendations in English in this episode.
Daily English 248 Business Websites
Setting up a website is hard work. Learn how to do it in English in this episode.
Daily English 249 At a Casino
Feeling lucky? Try your luck at the casino in this episode.
Daily English 250 Cheating on a Test
It’s a bad idea to cheat on a test. Find out why in this episode.
Cultural English 121
Topics: Convenience stores, eating and drinking noises, colleague versus associate versus fellow, to sign in versus to sign off versus to sign on versus to sign up
Cultural English 122
Topics: Ask an American: Endangered languages;rednecks, dictionary versus thesaurus
Cultural English 123
Topics: Charles Schultz and Peanuts, how to become a police officer, you and I versus you and me, yippikaiye, to call dibs
Cultural English 124
Topics: Cities: New Orleans9-1-1 emergency services, his or her, you don’t need to know versus you need not know, incident versus accident
Cultural English 125
Topics: Celebrity chefs, Americans and personal space, generic versus general, expressing height in feet and meters, prophecy versus prediction
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