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The top esl/efl listening resource for those learning English and teaching English. We provide real conversations recorded for all levels of English learners. In addition, the supporting worksheets and transcripts can be used for self access or in the classroom to provide valuable English language lessons for learners of English at Beginner, Elementary, Intermediate and Advanced levels.
 
Tristan speaks about HIGH-INTEREST topics in SIMPLER English (for intermediate and pre-intermediate learners). The best way to learn is to listen to as much English as possible which is just ONE level above your level. This way you pick up maximum amounts of new language and pronunciation naturally. Tristan is from England, a native speaker and a qualified English teacher of 10 years. He's taught in five countries - UK, Italy, South Korea, Japan and Vietnam. He has post-graduate qualificatio ...
 
Listening practice for learners of B1 and B2 levels of English (intermediate and upper-intermediate). Includes grammar explanations, examples of vocabulary use, phrasal verbs and collocations help, pronunciation practice, advice and specific help for passing B1 and B2 exams such as Cambridge. There are also lots of interesting and fun stories, jokes and anecdotes to listen to and enjoy. Start improving your English listening and speaking level today with these regular podcasts (3 episodes a ...
 
The Love to Learn English Podcast brings you real conversations to help you to speak English the way it is spoken on the streets. The podcast is suitable for intermediate to advanced English students and is a great resource for those studying for the IELTS exam. Full transcripts of each episode can be found at https://lovetolearnenglish.com that contain the best vocabulary, expressions, and real English that cannot be found in the textbooks.
 
Americanisms is designed for intermediate English Language learners. It's to help you practice your listening, your pronunciation and to learn more about the culture of the United States. If you plan on coming to live or visit the United States, this podcast gives you some cultural background that you probably didn't hear about in the classroom. Enjoy!
 
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This is the continuing story of the Tudor Conspiracy - a reader for B1 students studying for B2. In this chapter, Isabel and Philip set out for Oxford and the Bodleian library. They meet the librarians there but one, in particular, reacts in a strange way when she hears what Isabel and Philip are looking for. https://www.practisingenglish.com/podca…
 
A look at how to write the story for Cambridge Preliminary writing exam practice part 2 and in this case the story-writing option. I look at the use relative pronouns and how to use them in the story so as to make your text more interesting and impress the examiners, who will give you more marks. I'll finish the episode with another story of Nasred…
 
English is a language we call a stress-timed language. Perhaps it's unusual, because many other European languages are syllable-timed, especially Latin-based languages, like Spanish and Italian, for example. I'm going to explain and give examples of what a stress-timed language is. I'm also going to read you a poem. It's by a poet called Robert Sou…
 
Graded reader for B1 and B2 students. You can buy the book and follow the reading every week of each chapter. In this chapter, Isabel and Philip go for a coffee and talk about the mysterious missing play. Philip explains to Isabel the history of the first copies of Shakespeare's plays. https://www.practisingenglish.com/podcast-42.htm…
 
Chapter 3 of the reader for learners of English progressing from B1 to B2. In this chapter, Isabel takes the bus to the Globe Theatre and meets Philip. Philip gives Isabel a tour of Shakespeare's theatre but Isable then reminds him they must talk about the mysterious lost play. Book written for intermediate level learners of English and now with au…
 
(Intermediate) Having a HEALTHIER relationship with your smartphone. Link: https://simpleenglishlistening.buzzsprout.com/ 👉 Facebook page (all podcasts): https://www.facebook.com/simpleenglishlistening ▶️ Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCkcrx6ESrFxlDC8EEXUbnlw?sub_confirmation=1 Here, I speak in SIMPLE English about HIGH-INTEREST topics. …
 
And today I'm going to talk to you about... that. Exactly that... going to. I'm going to talk about going to. Now I think the going to structure is something that most learners of English acquire quite quickly. Why? Well, because it's quite intuitive to talk about the future. And we usually feel that if we use going to, we will always get it right.…
 
Now, in English, there is a structure that we use when we talk about other people doing things for us. And that is have something done. If you go to the hairdresser's, well, you don't cut your own hair, do you? You ask somebody else to do it for you. And that person is the hairdresser. So afterwards, we say, I went to the hairdressers today, and I …
 
Chapter 2 of the reader for learners of English progressing from B1 to B2. In this chapter we learn about Isabel's job in Arthur's Antique Bookshop. Mr Fanshawe asks Isabel to set out on a mysterious mission to search for a very special book. The TudoerConspiracy is available as a paperback book and in Kindle on Amazon. Find out more here at my boo…
 
Hello, and today I'm going to talk to you about subject and object questions. Questions with and without inversion and auxiliaries: do, does or did. And I'm going to explain just a little, because I think this is revision really rather than a full explanation. I will also tell you a very old Nasreddin story called The Dinner Party with some example…
 
Today, we start season 2 with a new book: Breath: The New Science of a Lost Art by James Nestor. Today, we talk about chapter 1! Theme: Why Humans are Bad at Breathing Today's Vocabulary: respiratory mouth-breathing sleep apnea to mash sinuses protuberance protruding airborne pathogens larynx Writing Exercise: What do you think about this week’s ch…
 
Today, we continue learning English with our first book: Becoming, by Michelle Obama. Also, I announce which book we'll be reading in season 2!!! Check it out here. Season 2 begins Monday, September 27! Theme: Marriage, Finding Steadiness Today's Vocabulary: belting conjure shimmery affair grip to quaver giddy Writing Exercise: Is there a song that…
 
The third episode of H.G. Wells' The Man who could Work Miracles (part 3). The language of this short story has been adapted a little for learners of English at B2 and C1 levels. This week Mr Fotheringay demonstrates the miracles he is able to do but Mr Maydig is already thinking that he could do a lot more than turn a vase of flowers into a bowl o…
 
Today I'm going to talk to you about future continuous and future perfect. And what I would like to do is to try to put them into context for you with tenses and aspects of tenses that you already know such as present perfect and present continuous etc. You'll see that they all function in the same way - the only difference being that each is place…
 
Today, we continue learning English with our first book: Becoming, by Michelle Obama. Theme: Loss Today's Vocabulary: to labor steadiness everyday (adjective) hush urgency Grammar: Plural forms of "you" in English Writing Exercise: What or who brings steadiness into your life? Have you ever lost someone or something that provided you steadiness? Ho…
 
(Pre-intermediate) Birth of the USA - Civil War - Slavery Transcript and episodes: https://simpleenglishlistening.buzzsprout.com/ 👉 Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/simpleenglishlistening ▶️ Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCkcrx6ESrFxlDC8EEXUbnlw?sub_confirmation=1 Here, I speak in SIMPLE English about HIGH-INTEREST topics. The bes…
 
Today, we continue learning English with our first book: Becoming, by Michelle Obama. Theme: Ideas about marriage Today's Vocabulary: abstract heaped (review) ephemeral intact endeavor alignment to forgo to take precedence come at the expense of Grammar: When to put "the" in front of a country's name Writing Exercise: Do you relate more to Michelle…
 
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