AEE 1237: English in the Wild! Getting Traction in Native Conversations

Have you heard some things in conversation in English that don’t make sense? Do you ever hear words that are connected and sound like one word when you know they really aren’t? This is a perfect example of connected speech and the way that we… Read More

AEE 1058: Did We Make a Pronunciation Mistake?

Do you ever listen to native English and think that you hear a pronunciation mistake? This happened to one of our listeners. He listened to one of our episodes and thought that the way we pronounced a word sounded wrong. Today we’ll dig into it… Read More

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AEE 1010: Are You Pronouncing “Often” Correctly? Find Out Today

Do you ever hear the word “often” being pronounced differently by native speakers in English? Does it ever feel as if there are some words that are said in two different ways? If you feel like there are words that you simply aren’t sure of… Read More

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AEE 1001: How to Know The Difference Between “A” and “The” in English

Do you find it confusing to know when to use “a” and when to use “the”? If you aren’t sure of which one to use in a sentence, you are not alone. This is one of those aspects of speaking in English that can be… Read More

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AEE 999: How to Show Flexibility Without Sounding Apathetic in English

Have you heard certain phrases that seem different but ultimately mean the same thing? Have you ever wanted to tell somebody that you’re fine with something, one way or another? If you have ever tried to find the right phrase to use for this in… Read More