AEE 814: The Many Ways to Use “Anyway” to Push Your English Level Higher

In today’s episode you’ll find out how to use the word “anyway” in English. You’ll learn how to add this word into your sentences to make natives understand you and to help you connect. Add this word to your vocabulary today! Let’s start today with… Read More

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Katia’s Adventure Story: Why You Should Push Your Limits and Challenge Yourself

Today you’ll meet Katia who participated in the Boston English Adventure in August. She’ll tell us why she pushed her limits, challenged herself, and decided to come join the program in Boston. You’ll also hear how it felt to finally realize that native speakers really… Read More

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Sandra’s Adventure Story: English Confidence on the Beach After a Weekend in Boston

Today we have Sandra on the show! After Sandra’s Urban English Adventure weekend in Boston she found that her confidence in English skyrocketed. Today hear the story of how she realized that she was more confident and how it made her feel.      … Read More

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Pantipa’s Adventure Story: The City of Boston As Your Classroom

Today Pantipa from Thailand will tell us her Boston story from the Urban English Adventure in Boston in August. She’ll tell us what it was like to have the entire city of Boston as her classroom and how she learned the rules of baseball from… Read More

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Ai’s Adventure Story: How She Built English Spontaneity by Exploring Back Bay in Boston

Today you’ll meet Ai who was one of the 8 lucky listeners who joined us in Boston for the Urban English Adventure. You’ll hear how she used our neighborhood challenge to meet locals and get more spontaneous while forming questions in English.   Why did… Read More

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