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AEE 390: How to Start a Conversation with a Friend of a Friend in English

Today find out how to start an English conversation with a friend of a friend! Sometimes you might know someone indirectly. Maybe you have heard something about the person but you are meeting them for the first time. How can you start that conversation smoothly… Read More

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AEE 389: Three Things You Can Learn from an Unconventional Adventurer

Are you an adventurer? Today we’ll show you three things you can learn from an American adventurer that we admire. You’ll also learn three new idioms from our conversation. In today’s episode Lindsay and Michelle talked about a boy named Chris McCandless who decided to… Read More

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AEE 388: The Three Meanings of “Whatever” in English

Do you know how to use “whatever” in English? American English speakers use it all of the time but it’s important to know how to use it in the right places and with the right tone of voice. With this word, tone of voice is… Read More

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AEE 387: Speaking of the Verb Speak in English

A great way to connect with more people is to use natural American English expressions. Today you’ll get four expressions that include the word “speak.” Here are today’s expressions: “Speak of the devil” When we are talking about someone and then they contact us by… Read More

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AEE 386: How to Not be a Zero When You Talk About Time in English

Time is so important, especially in American culture! We spend a lot of time asking what time it is, talking about times for appointments, and worrying about being on time. Since we talk about time often, today we’ll help you to avoid sounding strange when… Read More

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