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Daily English 381 Watching the TV News
Hear some common phrases and words used on the television news in this episode.
Daily English 382 Types of Hotels and Accommodations
Going on vacation? Need to travel for work? Find out about different kinds of accommodations on this episode.
Daily English 383 Mending a Broken Heart
Love can sometimes cause pain. Learn about what happens when you break up with your boyfriend or girlfriend in this episode.
Daily English 384 Accepting Credit Cards
Find out how to talk about credit card processing in English in this episode.
Daily English 385 Exercising at the Gym
Get fit by going to the gym in this episode.
Daily English 386 Learning How to Drive
Teaching someone to drive can shorten your life by several years. Learn about driving related vocabulary in this episode.
Daily English 387 Describing Talent and Ability
Learn to describe your talent in English in this episode.
Daily English 388 Investing Your Money
Make millions of dollars – in English! – in this profitable episode
Daily English 389 Getting a Cold
Ah-choo! If you are getting a cold, you may want to learn how to describe your illness in English. Find out more in this episode.
Daily English 390 Dietary Restrictions and Preferences
Having friends over for dinner means worrying about what they can and cannot eat. Learn to talk about dietary restrictions in this episode.
Cultural English 191
Topics: American Cities: Dallas; conservative Christian/fundamentalist universities; to wear (someone) out; shrink; already
Cultural English 192
Topics: Ask an American: private gun ownership; north of; compulsory versus mandatory versus obligatory; mayday
Cultural English 193
Topics: Classic comic strips with a political/social commentary bent; child protection laws; uncalled for; state versus status; as though
Cultural English 194
Topics: Author/artist royalties & ASCAP; house swapping; hop in versus pop in versus drop in; compound nouns
Cultural English 195
Topics: Famous Americans: Orville and Wilbur Wright; Rock and Roll Hall of Fame; each day versus every day versus everyday; split infinitives; to spare (someone) (something)
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