AEE 709: Don’t Bail On This Episode! Listen to Get Native Phrases to Say That You’re Going to Leave

What can you say to a native English speaker when you want to leave a party or an event? You can’t just stand up and walk out. You also can’t just say “I’m leaving” because that sounds like you are not having a good time… Read More

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AEE 708: Yeah, No, Why Do Native Speakers Agree and Disagree in the Same Sentence?

Have you ever heard native speakers have a conversation like this one: L: Michelle don’t you just love how crazy it is when you sit up in the Starbucks in Shibuya crossing and watch all of the people? M: Yeah no Lindsay it’s insane. I… Read More

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AEE 707: How to Transition into the Topic at Hand Using “Dive In, Hone In, and Get Into It” in English

When you have something important to say in English, how do you transition into the topic? How do you open up your statement so that people listen and they know that you are going to narrow your focus on a specific topic? We do this… Read More

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AEE 706: What Do “Typical” Americans Eat at Home?

What do Americans eat at home with their families? Do they always eat hamburgers, french fries, and heavy junk food? Everyone is different. Lindsay likes to eat vegetarian black bean chile, salads with kale and avocado, and other light dishes for dinner.  Today we are going… Read More

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AEE 705: You Can Only Listen to So Many Episodes and Today’s Episode Should Be at Top Of Your List

Do you get confused when you hear native use this structure? : I can only ___ so much This is an advanced grammar structure in English that a lot of native speakers use but you might not know how to use it. Today we’ll show you… Read More

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