AEE 829: Time, Date, Season, Distance- 4 Key Differences to Keep in Mind

Do you ever get confused when talking about dates, measurements, and times of day with different English speakers or people who speak different languages? In the US we express time using AM for morning and PM for the afternoon and evening. We also don’t use… Read More

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AEE 828: How to Find Your Rhythm for Better English Connections

Do you feel like you don’t have any rhythm in your voice when you speak English? Today we give you two key steps for better rhythm when you connect with people in English. Today let’s start with a great question from a listener. Dear Lindsay,… Read More

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AEE 827: “Laugh” or “Left”? How to Know the Difference When You Talk to Natives

Can you distinguish the sound when people say “laugh” versus “left” in English? Today we’re going to start with a dialogue and pay attention to the ends of our words: A: Michelle what time did you leave your apartment for you trip on wed? B:… Read More

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App Update: How Learning a Language is like Building an App

Wouldn’t it be awesome if there were an app for All Ears English where we could listen to the podcast just like we do now but also get bonus content and giveaways not available anywhere else? Well it will exist! Soon! If you are already… Read More

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AEE 826: How to Cut the Fat and Stop Rambling in English

Have you ever been around someone who just keeps talking and talking? You ask them one simple question then you regret it because they go off on this whole tangent or more than one tangent. You feel like you can’t get away. Did you want… Read More

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