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How can you treat English as part of your art?

Have you thought about what your legacy will be?

Today we talk about how your learning English a part of how people will remember you when you're gone.

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Direct download: 175_AEE_175__How_to_Craft_Your_Art_Through_English_in_28000_Days.mp3
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How can you think in English?

Today, we talk with Shayna Oliveira from espressoenglish.net about three levels to start thinking your way to fluency!

Many language learners believe that you must be advanced or even fluent before you can think in that language.  Shayna believes you can start developing that skill when you are a beginner.

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Direct download: 174_AEE_174__How_to_Think_in_English_with_Shayna_from_Espresso_English.mp3
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Wish and Hope in English are similar, but not exactly the same. 

Today, in #13 of our countdown of the Top 15 Fixes in English series, find out how to correctly use the verbs Wish and Hope!

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Direct download: 173_AEE_173__Wish_vs._Hope_in_English_-_Whats_the_Difference_.mp3
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Homophones can be dangerous.

But understanding them can help push your English to the next level.

Today we chat with Tim Torkildson, an ESL blogger who was fired from his job for blogging about homophones!

A homophone is a word that has the same pronunciation as another word, but a different spelling and meaning.  Though not all languages have homophones, English has a lot of them.

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Direct download: 172_AEE_172__Homophones_to_Push_Your_English_to_the_Next_Level.mp3
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Do you want to eat like a New Englander, but you're afraid of gaining weight?

Today we talk to food blogger Grace Lentini about the food of New England, and how to eat it!

When in New England, you've got to try the seafood.  Boston had a huge fishing industry, Maine is famous for lobster, and Rhode Island is a great place to find calamari.

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Do you have healthy English?

Do you approach your English like a doctor would?

Today we share five tips to keep your English healthy by thinking like a doctor!

A good doctor has many qualities.  Here are five that can be applied to learning English:

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Do you speak, talk, tell or say?

Today, in #14 of our countdown of the Top 15 Fixes in English series, we’ll be discussing how to correctly use the verbs Speak, Talk, Tell and Say, and how to think about them so you don’t mix them up!

Speak, Talk, Tell and Say all mean almost the same thing: to communicate verbally.  But even though they seem to be interchangeable, their meanings are different.  It's important to use them correctly!

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Direct download: 169_AEE_169__Speak_Talk_Tell_and_Say_--_How_to_Use_Them_Right_1.mp3
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Do you know how to socialize in English?

Have you been to any social events lately?

Today, we discuss three phrases that will help you be a smooth communicator at your next social event!

Socializing is an art.   It's important to be smooth and confident, but also to say the right thing.  Here are three common phrases to help you get started:

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Can your English mistakes help you be a better English learner? 

If so, why do we feel so vulnerable when we admit them?

Today we talk about why your brain is still stuck in caveman days, and how it affects your English success!

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Direct download: 167_AEE_167__Can_You_Find_Power_in_Your_English_Mistakes_.mp3
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Can your home make you successful in the US?

Today we discuss 3 ways your apartment can make you successful in the U.S.

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Do you listen or do you hear?  What’s the difference in English?

Today, in #15 of our countdown of the Top 15 Fixes in English series, we’ll be discussing the difference between listen and hear, and how to think about them so you don’t mix them up!

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Direct download: 165_AEE_165__Listen_or_Hear__Whats_the_difference_.mp3
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Today you'll get 3 English meal phrases to dine with native speakers!

Dining is a great time to socialize and connect.  But you can’t just listen to yourself chewing food – you have to be active and engaged with others!  But what do you talk about?  How should you start?

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Direct download: 164_AEE_164__How_Was_Your_Meal__3_Phrases_TO_GO.mp3
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Find out how to learn English like a chef for the most English success!

Today we talk about the five qualities of a chef, and how you can apply these to learning English.

A great chef develops his skills over many years of hard work – much like a student of English.  Here are five other ways chefs compare to English learners:

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Direct download: 163_AEE_163__Mix_it_Up_Like_a_Chef_for_English_Success.mp3
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Can you learn English in your sleep?

Today we talk about this interesting question, and new research presented in Wired Magazine that says it may be possible!

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Direct download: 162_AEE_162__Can_You_Learn_English_in_Your_Sleep_.mp3
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Do you panic during English presentations?

Do you worry about losing control when the question and answer session comes up?

Are you worried that you won’t be able to understand the questions from the audience?

For non-native English speakers, the question and answer period of your presentation can be the most difficult part.  Today we discuss five tips to help you take control – and stay in control – while taking questions during a presentation.

 

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Learn how to network in English!

Do you go to networking events?

What do you say after “Hi, how are you?”

Networking can be difficult in any language.  Today we talk about some phrases you can use to make networking in English easier.

 

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