AEE 656: Don’t Drop the Ball and Listen to Today’s Episode

What do native speakers mean when they say “I dropped the ball”? They mean that they didn’t do what they were supposed to do. How can you use this phrase in natural conversations? We’ll show you how to do it in today’s episode. Today we… Read More

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AEE 653: How to Use “If You Will” to Sound Intelligent and Articulate in English

Do you know how to use “If you will…” in English to sound smart and articulate? Today we’ll show you exactly how to do it with examples and a role play. Here is a question from our listener: Hi! Thank you very much for this… Read More

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AEE Secrets to Real Listening Bonus 13: How to Get into the Connection Insiders Club!

Today is the big day! We are opening our course, The Secrets of the Connected Communicator to the first 100 students who sign up! Come start your journey to Connection with us! Travel across the United States with Lindsay and Jessica. Meet cowboys, Native Americans,… Read More

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AEE 649: How to Give Advice in a Humble Way with 5 English Phrases

Do you tend to give unsolicited advice a lot? What does it mean when we say “unsolicited advice”? This is when we give advice even if someone has not asked for it. It can sound rude if you say it the wrong way. However today… Read More

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AEE 644: How to Use “As Well” in English to Sound Buttoned Up

Do you know how to use “as well” to sound smart and articulate in English? If you do not then you’ll find out how to do it today. Here is a question that we got from our listener: Hi girls. I´m really grateful for your… Read More

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