how to stick up and defend yourself in English

AEE 847: How to Stand Up for Yourself in English

Have you ever had a bad experience with a teacher or director, or a boss where they offended you and you had to speak out? Do you know how to stick up for yourself in English if you need to? It’s important to be able… Read More

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AEE 844: Four Ways the Urban English Adventure Changes Your Future

Today we look back on the Urban English Adventure in Boston that we just completed in October. We’ll show you how this adventure will change your English skills and your confidence forever! This October program was a huge success! We spent a lot of time… Read More

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how to hand someone a coffee in English

AEE 843: Want Room in That? How to Hand Someone a Coffee in English

When was the last time you ordered a coffee or tea in a cafe in English? What did the waiter say when he handed you the coffee? Maybe he used one of these phrases: Here you are  Here you go Here we go Today we… Read More

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how to use take it down a notch in English

AEE 842: Don’t Take It Down a Notch! Listen Today

Have you ever had a noisy roommate? Maybe they were a musician? Or they had loud parties? Did you ever have to ask them to be quiet or “take it down a notch”? What does that mean? Today we’ll show you how to use the… Read More

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how to be a winner in English

AEE 841: How to Be a Winner with these 3 Interesting Phrases

Are you a winner when it comes to learning English? Today we’ll show you three great phrases that you can use in your regular conversations with natives to connect with them. Find out what they are today. We’ll start today with a role play. A:… Read More

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