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AEE 537: Why Finding Your Voice is More Important Than Fine-tuning Your Accent

Today a listener asked us how to improve his accent and to speak more naturally. In this episode we’ll talk about why finding your voice is more important than having a perfect accent or perfect pronunciation and we’ll show you how to do that. When… Read More

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AEE Bonus: You Are Invited to Travel the US with Lindsay this Summer

It’s time to change things up at All Ears English! Lindsay is hitting the road this summer and we’re taking you along for the ride. Lindsay will cross the country in 60 days with a vision to cover the whole country. Why is Lindsay taking… Read More

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AEE 536: How Brittany’s Strategy Will Make You a Winning Public Speaker in English

Do you struggle with public speaking in English? Do you get overwhelmed? Today you’ll meet our guest Brittany. She’ll show you how to use her simple strategy to become a winning public speaker for more career success in English. Brittany has spoken in front of… Read More

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AEE 535: How Taking More Time to Speak Makes You Powerful in English

Today we’ll talk about why you should slow down when you speak English and take more time to respond. We’ll also show you why this can help your confidence and make you more successful and powerful in life in general. When people speak to you… Read More

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AEE 534: Hurry Up and Listen! How to Rush Someone in English

Today get five phrases you can use to be sure you keep the connection when you need to get someone to move faster in English. When you want to encourage someone to hurry and move faster you need special phrases because you don’t want to… Read More

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