AEE 955: How to Express Your Opinion When It’s Lukewarm in English

Have you ever had an average experience? Do you ever wonder how to say that something was just average in English? Have you heard other expressions for the word “average” and felt unsure of how and when to use them? We’re going to look at… Read More

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AEE 954: How to Create a Speed Bump in Your English Conversations to Listen Better

Do you think it’s easier to understand a language or to speak it? When you hear people speaking in English, do you struggle to keep up? Some people find it easier to understand because you can pick up words. We’re going to look at how… Read More

How to speak English more naturally

AEE 953: Why Listening Strategies Plus Native Interviews Equal Connection

Do you want to start speaking English more naturally? Do you ever wonder how you can take your skills and apply them into something that is more natural? Do you want to gain confidence so that English can feel more normal to you in everyday… Read More

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AEE 950: How to Adjust Your Language at the Workplace Based on Culture

Do you wonder if you’ve “screwed up” anything lately? Have you heard somebody “go off” on somebody in English? Taking it a bit further–is it appropriate to use such phrases with a boss or coworker in English? We’re going to focus on what these phrases… Read More

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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