AEE 678: Lay, Lie, Laid, Lain: What’s the Difference?

Do you get confused between the words “lay,” “lie,” “laid,” and “lain”? Even native speakers make mistakes with these words because they are confusing! Today we are going to finally clear up your confusion so that you can use these words with confidence. Here is… Read More

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AEE 670: Why Do Natives Use “Ya Know'” and How Can You Use It Too?

Native English speakers use the phrase “ya know” all of the time. However, you might think that it’s only used as a filler. That’s not true! There are a bunch of reasons why natives use “ya know” and we’re going to show you what they… Read More

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AEE 669: Hang on! Hold up! Wait a Second! Listen to this Episode Right Now

Do you ever hear natives say “hang on” or “hold up”? Do you know what it means when natives use these phrases? Do you know how to use them? Find out today! “Hi its me again Em, I’ve been your avid fan for 3 yrs… Read More

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AEE 657: How to Use “Vice Versa, ” “Likewise” and “Ditto” to Save Your Breath in English

Do you know how to use the phrase “vice versa” in English? There are very specific situations in English where it can be used but it’s a great way to sound natural and connect with natives to express your point. Let’s read our listener’s question… Read More

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AEE Secrets to Real Listening Bonus 14: How to Talk to Creatives in San Francisco

When you learn English you don’t learn just to understand grammar and vocabulary. You learn because you want to be able to Connect! Some of the people that you want to connect with might be just like the ones that I interviewed in San Francisco… Read More

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