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how to use time markers in English

AEE 679: As Soon As, Once, When, Whenever: Which One Should You Use?

Do you use enough variety in your choice of English words? When it comes to time markers, do you only use “when”? Today you’ll learn a few other ways to mark time that are similar to “when” but mean something slightly different. When you use… Read More

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AEE 678: Lay, Lie, Laid, Lain: What’s the Difference?

Do you get confused between the words “lay,” “lie,” “laid,” and “lain”? Even native speakers make mistakes with these words because they are confusing! Today we are going to finally clear up your confusion so that you can use these words with confidence. Here is… Read More

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Americans obsession with being busy

AEE 677: Why Americans Are in a Competition to Be the Busiest

Are you busy these days? When someone asks you how you are, do you say you’re busy? Are you really busy? Or is it just the thing to say? Do you think it’s good to be busy? Many Americans think it’s a great thing to be… Read More

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English natural conversation how to use and stuff

AEE 676: How to Use “and Stuff” at the End of Your Sentences in English

Do you know how to use the phrase “and stuff” like a native speaker in English? Today we’ll show you what it means and exactly how to use it when you have natural conversations with natives. Listen to this role play: A: So Michelle what… Read More

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AEE 675: Shhh! The Secret to Telling a Good Secret in English

Do you like to tell secrets? Do you know how to tell a good secret in English? Find out in today’s episode! When you tell someone a secret, or talk  about sensitive information that you don’t want them to talk about, do you usually preface… Read More

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