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Daily English 371 A Scandal
Did you hear the news? Learn about another scandal and how to talk about it in English in this episode.
Daily English 372 A Bully at Work
Don’t let another person try to control you at work. Find out about how to talk about office bullies in this episode.
Daily English 373 Ordering Food Delivery
Ordering food to be delivered to your home is usually a great convenience, but not always. Find out about how to order food for delivery in this episode.
Daily English 374 A Graduation Ceremony
Walk down the aisle and get your diploma at your school’s graduation ceremony in this episode.
Daily English 375 A Call from a Telemarketer
Daily English 376 Asking About Business Hours
Find out what hours a business is open in this episode.
Daily English 377 Reporting a Stolen Car
Find out what happens if you get your car stolen in the U.S. in this episode.
Daily English 378 Talking About Time
Don’t be late for your next meeting or appointment! Learn about common time expressions in English in this episode.
Daily English 379 A Routine Procedure
You don’t always have to go to the hospital to get medical treatment. Learn more in this episode.
Daily English 380 Hiring Temp Workers
Many people work for a company for only a short time, but they can still be good workers. Learn how to talk about temporary work in this episode.
Cultural English 186
Topics: American Cities: San Diego; tabloid press and U.S. libel/slander laws; under (someone’s) thumb; precision versus accuracy; coming to you from
Cultural English 187
Topics: Ask an American: student exchange programs; begs the question; face value; at the time versus then
Cultural English 188
Topics: Regulating monopolies and antitrust laws; American songs: Happy Birthday; whilst versus while; to blow away (something); using “do” for emphasis
Cultural English 189
Topics: Famous Americans: Helen Keller; The Triple Crown of Thoroughbred Racing; opposable thumbs; due to versus because of; the prefix “Mc”
Cultural English 190
Topics: The U.S. Supreme Court; microloans/microcredit; less than (X) days versus up to (X) days; mainstream account; words ending in –ic versus –ical
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