California surfer interview in English

AEE 713: Take a Chill Pill and Hang Out with a Surfer in California

Have you ever hung out with a surfer in California? Today we have Jessica on the show and we’re going to talk about an interview that Lindsay did in California during her cross-country trip. Micky is a teenage surfer who is on his way to… Read More

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AEE 712: Empathy, Sympathy, Compassion: What’s the Difference and Do YOU Have Them?

How do people develop compassion? Is it a trait that we’re born with? What about empathy? And how is empathy different from sympathy? Do we learn empathy when we’re kids? These three terms are similar but different. They are key vocabulary terms if you want… Read More

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AEE 711: This Weekend? Next Weekend? Last Weekend? How to Ask Questions to Clarify Your Calendar Plans

Do you ever want to ask your native English speaking colleagues what they did over the weekend or what they did last weekend? Do you sometimes get confused whether you should say “next weekend” or “this weekend” or “last weekend”? This is a confusing point… Read More

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AEE Secrets to Real Listening Bonus: An Inside Look at Virgil and the Navajo Tribe

Have you ever spoken with a real Native American person from a tribe in the United States? The issue of Native Americans and how their cultures interact with the mainstream American culture is a topic that you should be prepared to discuss with native speakers… Read More

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AEE 710: Yeah Right! Absolutely! Totally! How to Use These Words to Support the Speaker in English

Do you ever hear natives use the words “right!” or “absolutely” to support each other while they are speaking. In American English, native speakers like to make the speaker feel supported and listened to. If you want to build great connections and form personal and… Read More

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