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AEE 353: Three Things to Keep in Mind When Using Emojis

Do you use emojis and emoticons when you text in English? Today we’ll talk about what messages emojis can send and what impression it can leave about you. What can an emoji be useful for? If you are saying something that is harsh you can… Read More

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AEE 352: One Cool English Phrase to Shorten Your Stories

Today you will learn a very cool English phrase that will help you shorten your stories and will make you sound native and natural in English. Here is the phrase that you can use: “To make a long story short…” “Long story short…” Here are… Read More

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how to explain yourself in English

AEE 351: Four Steps to Explain Your Point in English

What should you do when someone doesn’t understand your English on a conference call or in a business meeting? Today we’ll give you four easy steps that you can take to explain your point without getting nervous or anxious.   Are you looking for a… Read More

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English conversation how to continue the conversation, how to ask follow up questions

AEE 350: 6 Ways to Continue an English Conversation

How do you keep the English conversation moving after you have started the conversation? After you have introduced yourself to the person and you have exchanged a few words, how do you keep it going if you want to connect with the person? Do you… Read More

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Sean Morgan English pronunciation

AEE 349: Three Key Sounds that Will Make You Sound Like a Native Speaker

Today we have a guest on the show! Sean Morgan is an English pronunciation specialist with an acting background. He will give us three key English sounds that will make you sound like a native speaker.   Three key sounds to pronounce English more naturally:… Read More

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