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Speak English now and get on in life. You work hard every day and struggle to get results. Discover the new Adept English way to learn that will last you forever. The aim of Adept English is to help you learn English through listening. We understand listening, and we know how to teach it. On our site you will learn how to listen in ways that are interesting and lead to learning success. No technical know how is required, just a computer, smart phone, tablet with an internet connection. We have lots of audio podcasts, at all difficulty levels, on many topics, suitable for all listeners.



You know you need to speak English. You work hard and struggle to get results. Discover Adept English the modern way to learn



For people who want to speak English, Adept English is here to help with language courses that are unique, modern and deliver results.

Speak, English now, using our specialised brain training.

We get straight to the point of how you should learn to speak English, but we do it in an uncomplicated way that delivers results.

The simple way for new English language students to improve speaking English overnight.



Ask yourself do you want to ….



Discover the language learning secrets of 1.5 billion English speakers.

What language students taught me about the value of English.

How traditional teaching is ripping you off – and exactly what you should do about it.

The #1 lesson I learned from speaking to the TV.

How to learn to speak English faster than an ESL student will.

How to survive the first 3 minutes of a conversation in a different language.

Why you need to break all the rules to get ahead of the ESL crowd.



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Learn English Through Listening Hilary Platt

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Speak English now and get on in life. You work hard every day and struggle to get results. Discover the new Adept English way to learn that will last you forever. The aim of Adept English is to help you learn English through listening. We understand listening, and we know how to teach it. On our site you will learn how to listen in ways that are interesting and lead to learning success. No technical know how is required, just a computer, smart phone, tablet with an internet connection. We have lots of audio podcasts, at all difficulty levels, on many topics, suitable for all listeners.



You know you need to speak English. You work hard and struggle to get results. Discover Adept English the modern way to learn



For people who want to speak English, Adept English is here to help with language courses that are unique, modern and deliver results.

Speak, English now, using our specialised brain training.

We get straight to the point of how you should learn to speak English, but we do it in an uncomplicated way that delivers results.

The simple way for new English language students to improve speaking English overnight.



Ask yourself do you want to ….



Discover the language learning secrets of 1.5 billion English speakers.

What language students taught me about the value of English.

How traditional teaching is ripping you off – and exactly what you should do about it.

The #1 lesson I learned from speaking to the TV.

How to learn to speak English faster than an ESL student will.

How to survive the first 3 minutes of a conversation in a different language.

Why you need to break all the rules to get ahead of the ESL crowd.



Our Website: www.adeptenglish.com

Twitter : twitter.com/AdeptEnglish

Facebook : www.facebook.com/adeptenglish

Google+ :plus.google.com/u/0/113355610882449245429/posts

SoundCloud: @adeptenglish

    Tips And Tricks To Help You With Shn-Words In This English Tutorial Ep 306

    Tips And Tricks To Help You With Shn-Words In This English Tutorial Ep 306

    Today we will look at nouns and verbs related through a common word stem. English has a lot of words that end in -ion, over 3000, so today we have some helpful tips on working with -ion or ‘shn’ words.
     Get The Full Article: https://adeptenglish.com/2020/02/24/english-tutorial/
    Checkout The Last Article: https://adeptenglish.com/2019/11/11/learning-english-speaking/
    Article Category: https://adeptenglish.com/pronounce-english-words/

    English Tutorial 'Shn' Words
    If you found us on YouTube, you might be interested to know we have a very popular podcast on [Spotify](https://open.spotify.com/show/7ixeOS7ezPTZSaISIx2TTw) (and a whole bunch of popular podcast streams).

    If you found us through our podcast then you might be interested to know we produce video versions of the audio podcasts on [YouTube Channel](https://www.youtube.com/c/adeptenglish). These videos have our PDF transcripts built in as CC subtitles, so you can read the transcript as the audio plays.
    We also have a lot of free resources available on our website [Adept English](https://adeptenglish.com/)



    If you need to understand more about our teaching technique, then listen to this podcast https://adeptenglish.com/2018/05/14/speaking-english-podcast/ which explains how to get the best out of our podcasts. Or sign up for our FREE 7 rules of Adept English video course here http://7rules.adeptenglish.com/
    We provide over 300+ FREE English language conversation and video lessons to help you learn the English language. If you do not like this one then you can visit this page https://adeptenglish.com/about-us/podcasts/ to choose from 100's of English lessons with lots of different topics . So why not learn English the easy and FREE way?
    We try to make ourselves as accessible to everyone who wants to learn to speak English fluently. You can find us on these popular social media sites:
    ✭ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/adeptenglish/
    ✭ Twitter: https://twitter.com/AdeptEnglish
    ✭ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/AdeptEnglish
    We are also on these popular streaming services:
    ✪ Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/7ixeOS7ezPTZSaISIx2TTw
    ✪ iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/gb/podcast/learn-english-through-listening/id1134891957
    ✪ Tunein: https://tunein.com/podcasts/Educational/Learn-English-Through-Listening-p888646/
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    If you like what we do please visit our website https://adeptenglish.com for lots more language learning help.

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    Improve Your Everyday Conversation With English Listening Practice Ep 305

    Improve Your Everyday Conversation With English Listening Practice Ep 305

    Jumping into an informal conversation with English speakers is easy, you just need a plan and something to talk about. You could talk about an opinion, or a fact, something you feel you know enough about and as an English language student, you have the vocabulary and listening skills to maintain the conversation.
     Get The Full Article: https://adeptenglish.com/2020/02/20/conversation-with-english/
    Checkout The Last Article: https://adeptenglish.com/2020/01/30/conversations-in-english-2/
    Article Category: https://adeptenglish.com/learn-english-by-listening/

    Conversation With English Speakers
    We want you to get out there and take some risks with your English speaking, but when you start, you need to do more planning and practice. Later on as you improve you can improvise, but when you start out, it’s best to plan and run through what you might talk about before you jump in.
    It is a horrible feeling when you start a conversation you cannot finish, or you feel out of your depth and it makes you feel uncomfortable or the person you are talking to is uncomfortable.
    To avoid this feeling, you need to plan ahead and spend time listening to English conversation. Today we give you a great English conversation example you can practice with, you need not remember everything you hear in this conversation, and if you don’t agree with what is said, just flip the opinion and take the other side, for example “I listened to a podcast today that I thought what they were saying was rubbish!”
     


    If you need to understand more about our teaching technique, then listen to this podcast https://adeptenglish.com/2018/05/14/speaking-english-podcast/ which explains how to get the best out of our podcasts. Or sign up for our FREE 7 rules of Adept English video course here http://7rules.adeptenglish.com/
    We provide over 300+ FREE English language conversation and video lessons to help you learn the English language. If you do not like this one then you can visit this page https://adeptenglish.com/about-us/podcasts/ to choose from 100's of English lessons with lots of different topics . So why not learn English the easy and FREE way?
    We try to make ourselves as accessible to everyone who wants to learn to speak English fluently. You can find us on these popular social media sites:
    ✭ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/adeptenglish/
    ✭ Twitter: https://twitter.com/AdeptEnglish
    ✭ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/AdeptEnglish
    We are also on these popular streaming services:
    ✪ Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/7ixeOS7ezPTZSaISIx2TTw
    ✪ iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/gb/podcast/learn-english-through-listening/id1134891957
    ✪ Tunein: https://tunein.com/podcasts/Educational/Learn-English-Through-Listening-p888646/
    ✪ Stitcher: https://www.stitcher.com/podcast/adept-english-podcast-series/learn-english-through-listening-podcast-series
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    • 10 min
    Speaking English-Talking To One Another Ep 304

    Speaking English-Talking To One Another Ep 304

    In our English lesson today, we learn about some aspects of conversational English. Talking in casual conversations is different to writing in English. For example, when native English speakers talk informally, they often imply hint and suggest the answers expected when asking questions.
     Get The Full Article: https://adeptenglish.com/2020/02/17/english-talk/
    Checkout The Last Article: https://adeptenglish.com/2020/02/10/english-spoken/
    Article Category: https://adeptenglish.com/english-speaking-practice/

    English Talking In Casual Conversation
    This is great if you can listen and understand enough of what is being said so you can understand/guess what the speaker is expecting. That’s why listening to native English speakers over and over helps, it pushes you build up how quick you are in understanding what is being said.
    In some ways this manner of English conversation makes an English language learners life a lot easier. If the person you are speaking to simplifies the reply expected to a ‘yes’ or ‘no’ answer to a question, then all you need to do it understand what the speaker is saying and decide if your answer is a yes or no.
    So are you ready to learn how to improve your casual conversations? (Hint: I'm expecting a yes here!)
     


    If you need to understand more about our teaching technique, then listen to this podcast https://adeptenglish.com/2018/05/14/speaking-english-podcast/ which explains how to get the best out of our podcasts. Or sign up for our FREE 7 rules of Adept English video course here http://7rules.adeptenglish.com/
    We provide over 300+ FREE English language conversation and video lessons to help you learn the English language. If you do not like this one then you can visit this page https://adeptenglish.com/about-us/podcasts/ to choose from 100's of English lessons with lots of different topics . So why not learn English the easy and FREE way?
    We try to make ourselves as accessible to everyone who wants to learn to speak English fluently. You can find us on these popular social media sites:
    ✭ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/adeptenglish/
    ✭ Twitter: https://twitter.com/AdeptEnglish
    ✭ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/AdeptEnglish
    We are also on these popular streaming services:
    ✪ Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/7ixeOS7ezPTZSaISIx2TTw
    ✪ iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/gb/podcast/learn-english-through-listening/id1134891957
    ✪ Tunein: https://tunein.com/podcasts/Educational/Learn-English-Through-Listening-p888646/
    ✪ Stitcher: https://www.stitcher.com/podcast/adept-english-podcast-series/learn-english-through-listening-podcast-series
    ✪ Podbean: https://www.podbean.com/podcast-detail/qpp5u-436c6/Learn+English+Through+Listening
    If you like what we do please visit our website https://adeptenglish.com for lots more language learning help.

    • 12 min
    5 Useful Motion Idioms And Phrases In English Sentences Ep 303

    5 Useful Motion Idioms And Phrases In English Sentences Ep 303

    Today we will talk about English sentences that make little sense unless you know an idiom or common phrase is being used in the sentence. The English language is annoying. You're a great English student and you know and understand all the English vocabulary being used but you get the meaning of the sentence wrong, because it’s using an idiom.
     Get The Full Article: https://adeptenglish.com/2020/02/13/english-sentences/
    Checkout The Last Article: https://adeptenglish.com/2020/01/20/online-english-tutorial/
    Article Category: https://adeptenglish.com/idioms-with-sentences/

    English Sentences
    Unfortunately, the only way to stop yourself from treating what you hear literally, taking the words literally, is to **know** that there is an idiom or phrase involved. It takes time to gain the knowledge of enough everyday English idioms and phrases to avoid this problem.

    Listening to normal everyday English conversations will help, but it takes time to experience the problem enough to learn from it. So today we cover some idioms we have experienced in our own conversations this week.
    We like to keep a practical approach to learning, learning a list of 1000 idioms is not an efficient way to tackle the problem. You need to cover the most common idioms and phrases that cover the 20% of cases you will hear 80% of the time. The 80% of idioms you only hear 20% of the time you can learn over time through experience.
    Our examples come from things people are saying in the UK right now. Sometimes when we are talking to friends or the postman or just about anyone, you might find us saying “oh excuse me I need to write what you just said down it would help make a great podcast…”
     


    If you need to understand more about our teaching technique, then listen to this podcast https://adeptenglish.com/2018/05/14/speaking-english-podcast/ which explains how to get the best out of our podcasts. Or sign up for our FREE 7 rules of Adept English video course here http://7rules.adeptenglish.com/
    We provide over 250+ FREE English language conversation and video lessons to help you learn the English language. If you do not like this one then you can visit this page https://adeptenglish.com/about-us/podcasts/ to choose from 100's of English lessons with lots of different topics . So why not learn English the easy and FREE way?
    We try to make ourselves as accessible to everyone who wants to learn to speak English fluently. You can find us on these popular social media sites:
    ✭ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/adeptenglish/
    ✭ Twitter: https://twitter.com/AdeptEnglish
    ✭ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/AdeptEnglish
    We are also on these popular streaming services:
    ✪ Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/7ixeOS7ezPTZSaISIx2TTw
    ✪ iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/gb/podcast/learn-english-through-listening/id1134891957
    ✪ Tunein: https://tunein.com/podcasts/Educational/Learn-English-Through-Listening-p888646/
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    • 9 min
    Improve Your English Fluency Listening To English Spoken Natively Ep 302

    Improve Your English Fluency Listening To English Spoken Natively Ep 302

    The key to acquiring a language through listening is listening to the language, in this case English, spoken at the right pace for language learners, with the correct pronunciation. Native English speakers are the best source of English listening materials and ideally you want a single voice, with no other noises to distract you.
     Get The Full Article: https://adeptenglish.com/2020/02/10/english-spoken/
    Checkout The Last Article: https://adeptenglish.com/2020/02/03/english-for-conversation/
    Article Category: https://adeptenglish.com/english-speaking-practice/

    English Spoken Natively
    Audio quality and having a written transcript to fall back on should you need to lookup a word is important. Then you need content that is interesting as you will need to listen to the audio several times to imprint the language sounds in your longer term memory.
    This is exactly what you will get for free [here at Adept English](https://open.spotify.com/show/7ixeOS7ezPTZSaISIx2TTw). We know what you need to help you learn through listening and when we started out, we looked for suitable English audio for free on the internet. We looked every where for English audio that met our basic requirements, we just couldn't find what we needed to help you learn to speak English fluently. So we ended up making our own.
    Although it may not be a good news topic, today we will talk a little about nCov 2019, the corona virus, that’s affecting so many people around the world. Although the topic is interesting, it’s not the topics subject that matters most. Listening to English language sounds, listening to everyday English vocabulary and English phrases training your brain so it can automatically recognise words without translation, the start and end of English sentences, grammar, intonation and tone. You are learning all these things and more every time you listen to one of our English lessons.
     


    If you need to understand more about our teaching technique, then listen to this podcast https://adeptenglish.com/2018/05/14/speaking-english-podcast/ which explains how to get the best out of our podcasts. Or sign up for our FREE 7 rules of Adept English video course here http://7rules.adeptenglish.com/
    We provide over 250+ FREE English language conversation and video lessons to help you learn the English language. If you do not like this one then you can visit this page https://adeptenglish.com/about-us/podcasts/ to choose from 100's of English lessons with lots of different topics . So why not learn English the easy and FREE way?
    We try to make ourselves as accessible to everyone who wants to learn to speak English fluently. You can find us on these popular social media sites:
    ✭ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/adeptenglish/
    ✭ Twitter: https://twitter.com/AdeptEnglish
    ✭ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/AdeptEnglish
    We are also on these popular streaming services:
    ✪ Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/7ixeOS7ezPTZSaISIx2TTw
    ✪ iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/gb/podcast/learn-english-through-listening/id1134891957
    ✪ a href="https://tunein.

    • 10 min
    Correct Vocabulary For English Grammar-English Made Simple Ep 301

    Correct Vocabulary For English Grammar-English Made Simple Ep 301

    It’s 2 degrees Celsius here in London today and it feels colder because there is a steady wind. I hope you're all warm and safe and ready to tackle the boring part of learning a language, and that is grammar. English like any other language has its own vocabulary to describe its own grammar rules. It helps to know what the most common of these words is and what they mean. In today's English lesson we cover the most important and frequently used.
     Get The Full Article: https://adeptenglish.com/2020/02/06/grammar-english-2/
    Checkout The Last Article: https://adeptenglish.com/2020/01/27/grammar-of-english/
    Article Category: https://adeptenglish.com/english-grammar-practice/
     
    Grammar, English Made Simple
    If you are a regular listener, you will often hear phrases like “This is a noun, or that is a verb”, these words are just describing parts of English grammar and most people will have heard some or all of them and understand some or all of them.
    However, it’s not fair to assume everyone knows what these words are. So today we explain the important ones to listeners who don’t know them, and for everyone else it’s a great way to confirm you know what it all means without having to pick up a book or a pen.
    So next time you're listening to one of our podcasts and you hear “preposition” or another English grammar term you can jump to podcast 301 and remind yourself what it’s all about. We have covered a lot of English grammar and have a whole collection of [grammar specific podcasts you can listen to].



    If you need to understand more about our teaching technique, then listen to this podcast https://adeptenglish.com/2018/05/14/speaking-english-podcast/ which explains how to get the best out of our podcasts. Or sign up for our FREE 7 rules of Adept English video course here http://7rules.adeptenglish.com/
    We provide over 250+ FREE English language conversation and video lessons to help you learn the English language. If you do not like this one then you can visit this page https://adeptenglish.com/about-us/podcasts/ to choose from 100's of English lessons with lots of different topics . So why not learn English the easy and FREE way?
    We try to make ourselves as accessible to everyone who wants to learn to speak English fluently. You can find us on these popular social media sites:
    ✭ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/adeptenglish/
    ✭ Twitter: https://twitter.com/AdeptEnglish
    ✭ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/AdeptEnglish
    We are also on these popular streaming services:
    ✪ Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/7ixeOS7ezPTZSaISIx2TTw
    ✪ iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/gb/podcast/learn-english-through-listening/id1134891957
    ✪ Tunein: https://tunein.com/podcasts/Educational/Learn-English-Through-Listening-p888646/
    ✪ Stitcher: https://www.stitcher.com/podcast/adept-english-podcast-series/learn-english-through-listen...

    • 10 min

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