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AEE 773: Ouch! What to Say When You Stub Your Toe (without Swearing) in English

Do you sometimes stub your toe or hit your funny bone and you want to use a curse word in English? Maybe you want to try a different word to sound more polite in these situations? Today we’ll show you some alternative phrases to use… Read More

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AEE 772: “Fix” and “Repair”- How They’re the Same and How They’re Different

Are you good at repairing things around the house if they break? Or does someone else in your family do that? Some people are just really “handy” What does “handy” mean? It means that they are good at working with their hands and fixing or… Read More

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AEE 771: What It’s Like to Be Single in New York City

Life in New York City is portrayed in so many movies and TV shows. Everyone has their own ideas about what it’s like to live and work there but what is the actual reality? How similar is it to what we see on TV? Today… Read More

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AEE 770: How to Build Connection When You Say Thank You to a Colleague in English

Do you want to be able to say thank you to a colleague and express your gratitude in a way that will build the connection with the person? Today we’ll show you all of the right words and phrases to use. Here is our listener… Read More

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AEE 769: How to Give Advice in English Using “Should”, “Supposed to” and “You Better”

What is the difference between “should,” “supposed to,” and “you better”? These are all common phrases and words that native speakers use but when should you use each one? You’ll find out in today’s episode. Let’s look at this role play to start: A: Michelle… Read More

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