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AEE 928: How to Show That You Can’t Wait for Something in English

Do you know how to show that you are excited about something? Today we’ll kick off the episode with a quick role play: A: Hey Michelle what is your favorite thing about summer? B: I feel like the summer can’t come soon enough.  My favorite… Read More

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AEE 927: How to “Jump In and Swim” with Heidi from the Boston Adventure

Today we get to meet Heidi who is one of our native speakers in the Urban Immersion Adventure. Plus you’ll find out why when it comes to connecting, you just need to get in there and start speaking! Heidi is originally from New Jersey. She… Read More

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AEE 926: 1 Phrase, 3 Meanings, and 15 Minutes with Michelle and Lindsay

Have you ever heard a native say “there you go”? Do you know what it means? You might know the most obvious definition of it but do you know the other, more natural ways to use it? We’re going to show you what those are… Read More

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AEE 925: Meet Vs. Meet Up, Carry Vs. Carry On

Where do you like to meet up with your friends? Would you like to meet for lunch or dinner? Is there a difference between the phrase “meet up” and the word “meet”? Can you really tell any difference between the two? You may use one… Read More

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AEE 924: The Only Resource You’ll Ever Need on This Topic- Period!

Do you know how to use the word “period” in English? Here are a few examples: If you could have lived in any other time period, what would it be? That’s the answer, period! Oh she has horrible cramps because she has her period. Can… Read More

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