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AEE 275: How to Naturally Interrupt Someone in English

Do you know how to interrupt others in English? Today, learn how interruption is a part of American speaking culture, and how you can participate!   Americans often interrupt each other.  It can appear rude, and can cause frustration, but it happens.  Don’t take it personally.  Instead, learn how… Read More

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AEE 274: Why It’s Hard to Date in a Big American City and What to Do About It

Why is dating in a big city so difficult? Today, returning guest Jessica Coyle talks about some of the obstacles, and shares 3 tips to improve your odds of success!   Jessica doesn’t consider herself a relationship expert.  However, she goes on many dates, and blogs about… Read More

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AEE 273: 3 Ways to Become Fluent in English Even If You Never Leave Your Home Country

How can you achieve English fluency where you live? Today, find out why you don’t have to live in an English-speaking country to become fluent in English!   Beth Donaghue taught herself Chinese without ever having visited China.  Her experience has shown her that it’s possible… Read More

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AEE 272: How to Use “By” and “Until” in English

Do you know the difference between “by” and “until” in English? Today, learn how they’re not the same, and how to use them like a native speaker!   The words “by” and “until” are often confused.  Both deal with time, and both can send the same message. … Read More

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AEE 271: How to NOT Talk in Circles in English

Are you getting to the point in English quickly and directly? Today, learn 3 reasons you might be talking in circles when it comes to business English, and how you can get your point across more precisely!   Is it common in your culture to be indirect when… Read More

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