how to say wait in native English

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 668: What to Say When You Can’t Give Someone Directions in English

Do you ever get asked for directions but have no idea what to say because you don’t know the area? Today find out what to say in English so that you don’t lead someone down the wrong path! Today we have a question from a… Read More

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AEE 666: How to Talk About Your Cravings in a Colorful Way in English

Do you crave certain foods? I always crave salt. Do you give in to your cravings? Do you know how to talk about them in conversations with native speakers? How can you say you really want something in a more interesting way in English than… Read More

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AEE 661: 3 Ways to Make Sure You Keep your New Year’s Resolution

Do you usually keep your New Year’s resolutions? We spoke about New Year’s resolutions last year but it’s always great to revisit and reflect at this this time of year. It’s great if you make a New Year’s resolution but how do you plan on… Read More

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English phrases for new years eve party

AEE 660: Can You Handle It? 3 English Phrases for Your New Year’s Eve Dinner Party

Are you going to any New Years parties this year? If so, where are you going? Who will you be spending time with on New Year’s Eve? If you have been invited to a party then you need the right phrases to be able to… Read More

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