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AEE 471: How to Show Your Passion and Commitment in a Job Interview in English

Today find out two unexpected questions that one listener was asked in a job interview. This listener is from South Korea and has been applying for jobs in New Zealand. When we interview in a new culture there can be many questions that are unexpected…. Read More

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AEE 470: “Do You Have Any Idea?” versus “Do You Have Any Ideas?” What’s the Difference in English

Today get an answer from a listener question about the difference between “some” and “any” and find out how you can close your grammar book and start learning in a new way as soon as possible. ” What is the difference between “some books” and… Read More

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AEE 469: Three Secrets to a Cover Letter That Wins You The Job

Today get 3 secrets to writing a cover letter that can win you the job in English. Ed says that the cover letter is meant to be a bridge to the resume. People usually put too much information in the cover letter. They don’t appeal… Read More

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How to voice your dietary needs in English

AEE 468: Veg? Vegan? Gluten Free? How to Politely Voice Your Dietary Needs in English

Are you vegetarian? Are you vegan? Are you gluten free? Today find out how to politely voice your dietary needs in English. “Hi Lindsay I am James and I’m from China. I am a business major. I have been listening to your podcast for a… Read More

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AEE 467: The Insider Answer on What “Yeah nah” Means in Australian English with David Peachey

Today you’ll meet our guest David Peachy from Australia and he’ll show you three English phrases you need to know if you want to talk with Australians. We are excited to have David on the show today because we haven’t had many Australian native English… Read More

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