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AEE 289: How to Use “By the Way” in English Conversations

Today let’s talk about how to sound more natural in English when you use the phrase “by the way.” Michelle and Lindsay will show you some great examples of how to use this phrase.   This phrase is useful to do two things: Bring up… Read More

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AEE 288: To Tip or Not to Tip at an American Restaurant? That is the Question!

Do you ever get confused about whether or not you should tip in an American restaurant? Do you wonder how much to leave? When to leave it? Today you’ll get insider information from Michelle, who used to be a waitress at an American restaurant. In… Read More

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AEE 287: SOS! Are You in Distress? How to Rescue Your English Phone Conversations

Do you ever get into trouble during English phone conversations? This is one of the biggest challenge for English students, especially at work. Today we will show you how to get out of trouble if you aren’t understanding someone on the phone. We’ll give you… Read More

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AEE 286: 3 Ways that Setting Intentions Can Make Your Life Abroad More Fulfilling

Are you going abroad sometime soon? Have you set an intention for your time abroad? In today’s episode Lindsay talks with Norman Viss, an expat coach who helps his clients make the most of their time abroad by setting intentions. How can setting intentions make… Read More

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AEE 285: Why You Should Count Your Blessings in English

Today get some strategies for how to cultivate more gratitude in your life in English! Today’s quote: “When I started counting my blessings, my whole life turned around.” – Willie Nelson   Vocabulary from the quote: To count your blessings: To pay attention to the… Read More

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