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In this episode, I talk about how to describe a glass. In terms of light and dark and different perspectives.
In this episode, I talk about what is happening with the Everyday Language Podcast with reference to the word meltdown. In addition, I give listening tip no.3 – how to use empathy and sympathy.
In this episode, I talk about quality in a freestyle manner.
Summary of the chat Today I talk to Vanessa from – Speak English with Vanessa. We talk about how she got into English language teaching. Her top tips for language learners. I ask her how she would advise learners worried about perfection. Transcript Hello and welcome to The Everyday Language Podcast for English Learners. Today, […]
Vocabulary seeming – appearing to be something, especially when this is not true it was big in the 80’s – it was famous or popular in the 80’s aforementioned – previously mentioned dishevelled – (of people or their appearance) very untidy scruffy – untidy Transcript Hello, How are you today? You’re listening to The Everyday […]
Transcript Hello, how are you today? I’m Mark, and this is The Everyday Language Podcast for English Learners, made in Akita, Japan. Today’s idiom is, “don’t bite off more than you can chew”. This an idiom that means don’t take on a commitment that you can’t fulfil. Which is another way of saying – don’t […]
Advice – Vocabulary conversely – introduces a statement which is the opposite of a preceding one truism – a statement that is obviously true to go back to – to return unsolicited – not asked for default – something that is usual or standard Transcript Hey, I’m Mark, and you’re listening to The Everyday Language […]
Transcript Hi, this is Mark, and you are listening to The Everyday Language Podcast for English Learners. Today’s idiom is the “salad days”. This idiom has two usages. The first is this: The “salad days” is the period of time when you were a young person and had little experience. The time when you were […]