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Daily English 261 Describing People’s Personalities
Learn how to describe different personalities in English in this episode.
Daily English 262 Missing the Tour Group Bus
Taking a tour can be fun and relaxing, except when you miss your tour bus! Find out more in this episode.
Daily English 263 Getting Older
Not everything changes when you get older. Find out about aging in this episode.
Daily English 264 Preparing for a Video Conference
Save time and money by using video conference. Learn more in this episode.
Daily English 265 Listening to the Radio
Radio is old technology, but it can still be good to listen to. Find out more in this episode.
Daily English 266 Making a Move on Someone
She loves me, she loves me not. Who knows? Find out in the episode.
Daily English 267 Getting a Traffic Ticket
Be careful when you drive or you may get a ticket. Find out how to talk about it in English in this episode.
Daily English 268 Get-Rich-Quick Schemes
Getting rich quickly is the dream of many people. Find out more in this episode.
Daily English 269 Health Insurance Plans
Learn how to get better service from your doctor in this episode.
Daily English 270 Airport Announcements
Learn about airport announcements in English in this episode.
Cultural English 131
Topics: The FBI; Reader’s Digest; consent versus assent, concord versus accord, the long and the short of it
Cultural English 132
Topics: Ask an American: Working as an actor in Los Angeles,? nevertheless versus despite versus even though, to screw up
Cultural English 133
Topics: dishonest political strategies; the Black Dahlia; treatment versus therapy; ending intimate letters and emails; you’re entitled to your opinion
Cultural English 134
Topics: American Author: F. Scott Fitzgerald; cigarette and alcohol advertising; pronouncing -ed, someone’s John Hancock
Cultural English 135
Topics: Types of vocational education in the U.S.; American Cities: Miami; to have a monkey on (one’s) back; to administer; to execute; to be off
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