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Daily English 361 Feeling Lonely
Make some new friends in English in this episode.
Daily English 362 Getting In-Flight Service
Learn how to ask for things on an airplane in English in this episode.
Daily English 363 Using the Telephone
Learn how to talk about telephones in English in this episode.
Daily English 364 Filing Taxes
Benjamin Franklin said the only things certain in life are death and taxes. Learn some vocabulary related to paying your taxes in this episode.
Daily English 365 Putting the Children to Bed
If you have young children, you know how difficult it is to get them to go to bed. Learn about one to do it in English in this episode.
Daily English 366 Talking About Prices
When the economy is bad, everyone complains. Learn to talk about prices in English in this episode.
Daily English 367 Going into the Military
Find out about how to talk about the military services in this episode.
Daily English 368 A Corporate Takeover
You never know when someone may decide to buy your company. Be prepared to talk about it in English by listening to this episode.
Daily English 369 Going to Happy Hour
Working 9 to 5? What a way to make a living! Relax after a long day at work at your local bar’s happy hour in this episode.
Daily English 370 Describing a Bad Experience
Not everything can go perfectly. Find out about how to describe bad experiences in English in this episode.
Cultural English 181
Topics: American Cities (Territories): American Samoa; how to become a pilot in the U.S.; objective versus subjective, to be flanked by, power versus empowerment; to delegate versus to defer
Cultural English 182
Topics: Ask an American: corruption in U.S. politics; have to versus must; what about versus how about; worthy versus necessary
Cultural English 183
Topics: Famous Americans: Langston Hughes; childcare options in the U.S.; to totally own(ed) (someone); bad news
Cultural English 184
Topics: Native American casinos; YouTube; impact versus influence, created in/on/by; so far versus to date
Cultural English 185
Topics: Taxes Americans pay; wedding/baby showers and gift registries; leverage, to dig, to guess versus to think versus to believe
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