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AEE 687: By Versus Until in English and Why Michelle Misses Japan

Do you know how to use “by” versus “until” in real English conversations? Maybe you have heard natives use these words but you are confused about how to integrate them into your sentences. English prepositions like these ones can be tricky. We will fix that… Read More

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AEE 686: What’s On Your Mind? 4 Phrases Using “Mind” in English

Do you know what it means when a native speaker says, “what’s on your mind?” Do you know how the meaning is different when you say “I have ___ in mind”? Today find out what common, native expressions we use with the word “mind” in… Read More

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AEE 685: What Do the Weather and Dating Have in Common? Find Out Today

Do you know how to talk about the weather in English? Do you know how to use weather terms to apply to other conversation situations? Find out how to do it today! Hi Lindsay and Michelle, I learned a lot from your podcast. I’d like… Read More

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AEE 684: Three Phrasal Verbs to Complain About a Lazy Colleague in English

Do you know anyone who’s lazy? Are there any areas in your life in which you are lazy? Do you have a colleague who is lazy? If you do, then you might want to know how to talk about this person. Today we’ll show you… Read More

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AEE 683: How to Wish a Colleague a Happy Birthday in English

Do you sometimes want to say happy birthday to someone at work in English? Today find out how to do it and what to say so that you can build those connections that you want! Today we start with a question from a listener: Hi… Read More

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