AEE 770: How to Build Connection When You Say Thank You to a Colleague in English

Do you want to be able to say thank you to a colleague and express your gratitude in a way that will build the connection with the person? Today we’ll show you all of the right words and phrases to use. Here is our listener… Read More

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AEE 769: How to Give Advice in English Using “Should”, “Supposed to” and “You Better”

What is the difference between “should,” “supposed to,” and “you better”? These are all common phrases and words that native speakers use but when should you use each one? You’ll find out in today’s episode. Let’s look at this role play to start: A: Michelle… Read More

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AEE 768: Do You Recall or Do You Remember? Find Out How to Talk About Memories in English

What is the earliest memory that you can recall? What do you remember from your childhood? Today our listener Andreas asked us a good question about some small differences between the words “recall” and “remember.” Here is today’s question: Hey Lindsey, hey Michelle, I really… Read More

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AEE 767: The Charming Challenge of Priska’s English Journey

Today you’ll meet Priska who chose to get motivated by working to pass the CAE Exam and succeeded! Priska is an inspiration and we are so excited to have her on the show today. Priska is from Switzerland and is raising her 15-month old child…. Read More

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AEE 764: Shout It from the Rooftops! Learn the Difference Between Shout, Yell, Scream, and Squeal

What is the difference between “shout,” “yell,” “scream,” and “squeal”? Find out today so that you can start making your vocabulary more nuanced and interesting to have better conversations and connections in English. Today we’ll start with a question from a listener: Hi Lindsay and… Read More

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