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AEE 947: One Simple Word to Add Momentum to Your English Conversations

Have you ever heard somebody use “away” in a manner that you didn’t quite understand? Think of an example such as hearing somebody say that they were going to “work away until they got it done.” You probably know what “away” means, but not necessarily in this… Read More

AEE 944: 3 Bad Habits and 3 Easy Hacks to English Connection

Do you have bad habits when you speak English? We all have bad habits. We may even have things that we do that we’re not even aware of at times. You might not realize it, but some of these habits can keep us from speaking… Read More

AEE 939: How to Talk About a Scary Situation in English

Do you feel confused when you hear  words that can mean scary used in a different way? Does it seem as if a word like “diabolical” for example used in a way that does not at all mean scary? Sometimes scary doesn’t mean scary after… Read More

AEE 937: Did Lindsay Win the Gold? Find Out At the End of This Episode

Do you know how to talk about the beginning and the end of event in English in a natural way? Here are a few examples to start off: Example 1: Lindsay, how do you feel at the end of a hot yoga session? What was… Read More

AEE 925: Meet Vs. Meet Up, Carry Vs. Carry On

Where do you like to meet up with your friends? Would you like to meet for lunch or dinner? Is there a difference between the phrase “meet up” and the word “meet”? Can you really tell any difference between the two? You may use one… Read More