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Daily English 281 All-Inclusive Vacations
It’s time to relax and enjoy your vacation in this episode.
Daily English 282 Offending Someone
You have to be careful about telling certain kinds of jokes at work. Learn more in this episode.
Daily English 283 A Restaurant Drive-Thru
Feeling hungry but don’t have a lot of time? Find out how to order at a fast-food restaurant in this episode.
Daily English 284 A Friendly Rivalry
Some men are very competitive. Find out about how they compete in this episode.
Daily English 285 A Movie Collection
Learn how to talk about DVD movies in this episode.
Daily English 286 Describing Facial Features
Learn how to describe people’s faces in English in this episode.
Daily English 287 A Traffic Jam
Nobody likes a traffic jam. Find out how to describe getting stuck on the freeway in this episode.
Daily English 288 A Business Contract
Find out how to discuss contracts in English in this episode.
Daily English 289 Communication Problems
What we have here is a failure to communicate. Learn about talking to your spouse in this episode.
Daily English 290 Riding the Subway
Learn how to take the subway in this episode.
Cultural English 141
Topics: Classic children’s television: Sesame Street and Mr. Rogers’ Neighborhood; American Cities: Washington, D.C.; mix, combine, stir, and beat; stock photography
Cultural English 142
Topics: Ask an American: Getting Old;brethren versus brothers, would versus used to, I can’t wait anymore versus I can’t wait any longer
Cultural English 143
Topics: Harley Davidson; Famous Americans: Jesse Jackson; because versus since, yikes, speaking of which
Cultural English 144
Topics: Saturday Night Live; Howard Stern and shock jocks; using “to” in who, what, where, when, why questions; state of the art; ways to say “good job!”
Cultural English 145
Topics: Advanced Placement courses and tests; Legos/Legoland and Hot Wheels; might versus maybe; judgment call; no-brainer
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