Wed, 3 December 2014
Do you want some help with the local English in San Francisco?
Today, San Francisco native Sarah Honour talks about how you can go local with your English in the City by the Bay!
San Francisco is one of the most unique and amazing cities in the United States. It’s residents are technology-centric due to their proximity to Silicon Valley, as well as health-centric and nature-centric due to the progressive philosophy that has long been part of the spirit of the city.
Sarah believes that these traits are found in some of the language that San Franciscans use, and that knowing this terminology can help you fit in just a little better.
Here are Sarah’s three top terms for your visit to San Francisco:
Have you ever been to San Francisco?
Would you like to go?
Tell us why in the comments section below!
Sarah is a 31 year old American who was born and raised in Denver, Colorado, studied Communications in Seattle, Washington, and worked for almost 10 years as a nanny (or babysitter) in San Francisco, California. She now splits her time between San Francisco and Sardinia, Italy where her boyfriend lives. She is an English teacher on italki, and is learning Italian and sampling as much of the amazing food and wine from Italy as she can.
Direct download: AEE_230_Going_to_San_Francisco_Learn_How_to_Get_Local_with_italki_Teacher_Sarah_Honour.mp3
Category:All Ears English -- posted at: 1:00am EST