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AEE 673: How to Flake Out without Losing Out on the Connection

Do you ever need to “flake out” and cancel your plans on someone at the last minute? Today find out how to do it without losing the connection with the person in English. Do you get frustrated when people cancel social plans? Do you tend… Read More

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how to ask a local about travel advice in English

AEE 672: Where Should Michelle Visit in Japan? + How to Ask a Local for Travel Advice in English

How do you ask native English speakers for advice on where to visit in their country or city? Don’t just use your tourist guidebook when you travel! Ask locals where to go so that you can have a more authentic experience. Find out how to… Read More

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how to use lame like a native English speaker

AEE 671: How to Use “Lame” Like a Native Speaker + One Important Note on Political Correctness

Do you ever hear native speakers using the word “lame” in English? Do you know what it means and how to use it? Find out in today’s episode! Here is a sample conversation using “lame”: L: Michelle last weekend I was so tired from work…. Read More

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English conversations use ya know

AEE 670: Why Do Natives Use “Ya Know'” and How Can You Use It Too?

Native English speakers use the phrase “ya know” all of the time. However, you might think that it’s only used as a filler. That’s not true! There are a bunch of reasons why natives use “ya know” and we’re going to show you what they… Read More

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how to say wait in native English

AEE 669: Hang on! Hold up! Wait a Second! Listen to this Episode Right Now

Do you ever hear natives say “hang on” or “hold up”? Do you know what it means when natives use these phrases? Do you know how to use them? Find out today! “Hi its me again Em, I’ve been your avid fan for 3 yrs… Read More

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