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Daily English 291 Going on a Diet
Get ready to loose a few pounds (and kilos) in this episode.
Daily English 292 Business Insurance
Protect yourself against problems by getting insurance. Find out more in this episode.
Daily English 293 Being Affectionate in Public
Everyone has a different idea about how people in love should act in public. Learn more in this episode.
Daily English 294 Living in a Condo or Co-op
Learn how to talk about living in a condominium or co-op in this episode.
Daily English 295 Playing Video Games
Learn about how to talk about videogames in English in this episode.
Daily English 296 Bad Manners at a Business Lunch
Learn how not to act at a business meeting in this episode.
Daily English 297 Being Rich and Poor
Learn about how to talk about being rich and poor in this episode.
Daily English 298 Visiting a Museum
See great art at the museum in this episode.
Daily English 299 An Old Love
What do you do when an old love calls you? Find out in this episode.
Daily English 300 Arriving for an Appointment
What should you say when you arrive for a business appointment? Find out in this episode.
Cultural English 146
Topics: Famous Americans: Annie Leibovitz; home shopping cable channels and celebrity product lines; come versus go; via versus through
Cultural English 147
Topics: Ask an American: Drive-in Theatersto wind (someone) up, you don’t say, how about you versus what about you
Cultural English 148
Topics: American Cities: San Francisco/Bay Area; the ACLU; using ‘back’ to refer to the past; failure versus error versus mistake
Cultural English 149
Topics: U.S. zoning laws; how to become a TV or movie screenwriter; unless versus if, in versus at for locations, persecute versus prosecute
Cultural English 150
Topics:Famous Americans: Great Jazz Artists Josephine Baker and Ella Fitzgerald; the Amish; to be honest versus as a matter of fact; why don’t you versus let’s
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