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AEE Bonus: Dog Shelters, Distancing, and Dynamic Vocabulary

Today get the update on everything that is new with AEE and with the brand new AEE app. Plus, hear about Lindsay’s trip to the dog shelter and why dogs are such an important part of American culture. We’ll also recap a recent interview with… Read More

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how to be spontaneous in English

AEE 901: The 50/50 Method for Spontaneous Speaking

Do you want to be more spontaneous when you speak English? Do you feel that your English is mechanical and rehearsed? Do you freeze when you have to participate in an unexpected conversation in English? Today we have a way to solve this problem by… Read More

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AEE 900: Should You Use Idioms in Natural Conversations Even If It Feels Awkward?

Today we’re talking about something a bit risky in nature. Don’t be afraid though, for this is just throwing something out there using a new type of vocabulary. Do you wan to use cultural expressions in English?  This is great, and you should never feel… Read More

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AEE Bonus: Why We’re Pumped for Onigiri, Izakaya, and Harajuku

Lindsay and Jessica are coming to Japan April 13- 15! Today find out what Lindsay and Jessica psyched to experience on the trip to Japan. They can’t wait to experience Onirigi, Matsuya, Yoshinoya, and Harajuku. Also today find out why you must book your spot… Read More

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how to use phrasal verb work out in English

AEE 899: Don’t Get in a Tizzy About Phrasal Verbs

Do you get confused about phrasal verbs and phrases that have many meanings like “work out”? Today we got a great question from a listener who is confused about how to use this phrase naturally. Let’s start with an easy role play: A: So Michelle… Read More

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