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AEE 814: The Many Ways to Use “Anyway” to Push Your English Level Higher

In today’s episode you’ll find out how to use the word “anyway” in English. You’ll learn how to add this word into your sentences to make natives understand you and to help you connect. Add this word to your vocabulary today! Let’s start today with… Read More

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Katia’s Adventure Story: Why You Should Push Your Limits and Challenge Yourself

Today you’ll meet Katia who participated in the Boston English Adventure in August. She’ll tell us why she pushed her limits, challenged herself, and decided to come join the program in Boston. You’ll also hear how it felt to finally realize that native speakers really… Read More

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AEE 813: Should You Use Words Like “Thou” and “Thus” in Everyday English?

When was the last time you used “thou” to address someone? Today we have a question from a listener about the words “thou” and “thus.” We’ll explain how common or uncommon these words are and whether you should adopt them into your everyday English vocabulary… Read More

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AEE Bonus: How to Fall for Fall Football

Have you ever seen an American football game? Fall is the time to watch football! We’ll be attending a Harvard- Princeton football game during the next Urban English Adventure Otober 19-22 in Boston. Spots are still open. Go here to apply now! This is an… Read More

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AEE 812: How to Use “Whatsoever” When You Want to Emphasize Something in a Negative Statement

Do you know how to use the word “whatsoever” when you are in native, natural, and fast-paced conversations? In today’s episode you’ll find out where and when to insert this word to connect with the person you are speaking with and to convey a more… Read More

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