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lazy native English speakers

AEE Bonus: 3 Lazy Rules Every English Speaker Follows

Today find out how to finally be able to understand natives when they speak fast by knowing what to listen for. Plus, let’s check up on our app goals for the AEE community!   How are we doing on our BIG SHARE GOAL? Special thank… Read More

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AEE 893: How to Talk About Advertising in English Conversation

Do you watch commercials or do you usually leave the room when they are on? Have you ever bought something because you saw it on a commercial? Today we will show you how to talk about advertising and marketing in an English conversation. This is… Read More

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what to say in English when someone is holding a grudge against you

AEE 892: Does Someone Have It In For You? How to Talk About Grudges in English

Is someone holding a grudge against you? When someone “holds a grudge” they remain angry at you for something that happened a long time ago. Today we’re going to learn how to talk about grudges in English! Today we start with a question from a… Read More

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AEE 891: 3 Ways to Drive Your Audience Crazy in a Presentation and How to Avoid Them with Mary Melissa

There are three things that will immediately make you lose the attention of your audience in a presentation. Today learn about three ways to drive your audience crazy and how to avoid doing these things so that you can be sure that your presentation will… Read More

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AEE 890: How to Not Sweat The Small Stuff in English and Life

Do you know how to tell someone in English to relax and not worry about something? Today you’ll learn a great way to say this to a native speaker in a super natural way. Let’s start with a role play: L: Hey Michelle, how are… Read More

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