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Daily English 341 An Annoying Cell Phone User
Welcome to the annoying world of public cell phone use! Find out why how not to use your mobile phone in this episode.
Daily English 342 At the Butcher’s
Learn how to buy meat at a butcher’s shop in English in this episode.
Daily English 343 Being Alike and Different
Learn to describe differences and similarities in personality in this episode.
Daily English 344 At the Convention Center
Learn about going to conferences and conventions in this episode
Daily English 345 The Seven-year Itch
Some men think women are like cars: When you get tired of the one you have, you go get a new one. Find out why that may not be a good idea in this episode.
Daily English 346 Using the Restroom
Learn how to talk about what’s inside a restroom in English in this episode.
Daily English 347 Writing a Postcard
Tell everyone about your great vacation by sending them a postcard in this episode.
Daily English 348 Showing Disapproval and Sympathy
If there is something that you don’t like or you feel sorry for someone and you want to express yourself in a polite way in English, listen to this episode.
Daily English 349 Taking Vitamins and Supplements
An apple a day keeps the doctor away, but what about just taking a pill? Learn more in this episode.
Daily English 350 A Movie Review
Learn how to talk about movies in English in this episode.
Cultural English 171
Topics: America's Most Wanted; buying a first home; similar to but distinct from; on the side; a fair extent
Cultural English 172
Topics: Ask an American: forecasting the future; offhand; off the top of one’s head; out with the old, in with the new; using “more” versus “-er” to form the comparative
Cultural English 173
Topics: Famous Americans: Barack Obama; presidential inaugurations; common versus ordinary versus normal; darling and dear; full-fledged
Cultural English 174
Topics: The song Amazing Grace; specialty cable/satellite channels; to slay, to kill, to murder, to slaughter; I love it versus I’m loving it; dollar versus buck
Cultural English 175
Topics: Appalachia; family arrangements in the U.S.; pain, ache, and sore; diehard; fruitcake
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