AEE 1391: Can Accents Be Hallucinated? Carrie Gillon from Vocal Fries Lets Us Know

Have you ever heard of accent hallucination? Have you ever assumed that somebody was from a certain part of the world based on how they looked? We have all made assumptions about people, and this includes the type of accent that they have. We are… Read More

IELTS Energy 894: We Are Your De Facto IELTS Experts

Today you’ll learn how to use the super impressive band 9 phrase ‘de facto.’ We’ll also share example sentences you can use on IELTS Speaking and Writing exams. You’ll definitely want to take notes today! This phrase comes from the Latin “of fact” and using… Read More

AEE 1390: How to Alert Someone When You Have News That Will Surprise Them in English

Has somebody ever told you to “brace yourself” in English? Is this a phrase that feels a bit confusing to you? When it comes to a phrase such as this it’s all about preparing your listener for something you are about to say. We’re going… Read More

AEE 1393: Why Does Police Brutality Happen in the United States

Have you heard a lot about police brutality in the news lately? In this second episode on civil rights, we’re looking at police brutality. We’re talking about how it happens and what we can do to stop it. There have been a lot of protests… Read More

AEE 1389: Grammar Part 7: A Simple Way to Sharpen Business English Communication

Do you have a hard time putting together a professional exchange in English. Do you want to ensure that you sound less repetitive and more direct and buttoned up? Today we’re looking at adverb clauses which can help you tremendously with this, and ensure that… Read More