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Daily English 311 A Mid-life Crisis
Getting older is not always the same as getting wiser. Learn about a man’s mid-life crisis in this episode.
Daily English 312 Different Work Styles
What kind of employee are you at your job? Find out how to describe different work styles in this episode.
Daily English 313 A Suspicious Neighbor
What do you really know about your neighbor? Find out more in this episode.
Daily English 314 Buying a Digital Audio (MP3) Player
Confused about which portable MP3 player to buy? Learn what questions to ask in English in this episode.
Daily English 315 Going to the Park
Take a pleasant walk in the park and make new friends in this episode.
Daily English 316 Business Emails and Abbreviations
Learn about common English abbreviations used in emails and letters in this episode.
Daily English 317 Setting the Table
Get your table ready for dinner in this episode, where you’ll learn the names for common items used in eating.
Daily English 318 Writing a Love Song
Music is the language of the heart, so find out about writing a love song in this episode.
Daily English 319 Being Under Stress
Having a bad day? Learn how to talk about being overworked in this episode.
Daily English 320 Micromanaging the Staff
Every boss has a different style of managing. Learn how to talk about these styles in English in this episode.
Cultural English 156
Topics: The Chinese Exclusion Act; Library of Congress and the public library system; I thought versus I think; anyway versus however; to make (someone) earn (something)
Cultural English 157
Topics: Ask an American: childhood obesity; besides vs. furthermore vs. moreover; wink-wink; thrill
Cultural English 158
Topics: American Cities: Salt Lake City; university admissions; within versus inside versus interior; so much for; to want out
Cultural English 159
Topics: Famous Americans: William Randolph Hearst; what to call people from the top five cities/states in the U.S.; please as the magic word; using an apostrophe (‘) for possessive cases, remember versus remind
Cultural English 160
Topics: Cook-offs and bake-offs; public health codes; a software evangelist; to look forward to; sandwich versus hamburger
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