AEE 812: How to Use “Whatsoever” When You Want to Emphasize Something in a Negative Statement

Do you know how to use the word “whatsoever” when you are in native, natural, and fast-paced conversations? In today’s episode you’ll find out where and when to insert this word to connect with the person you are speaking with and to convey a more… 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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AEE 809: How to Talk About Accountability in English

What does it mean when you say that someone is accountable? The meaning of this word usually depends on the context, but it means that someone is responsible, trustworthy, or in charge of something. Today we have a listener question about this word. In today’s… Read More

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AEE 805: Why You Need to Listen to This Episode ASAP

Do you use acronyms in your native language? Do you know what it means when someone says “FYI” or “ETA”? Americans use acronyms all of the time when they socialize or even in the business world. If you want to succeed at work in English… Read More

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