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The Speak English Now Podcast is your resource for practicing your English speaking and listening. You will learn English with the Question and Answer (TPRS) and Point of View techniques. You won’t need any grammar nor boring exercises. You will also learn about the English culture and the language itself. Finally, you will get valuable advice on learning English. All the audio is in English and you can get the text at SpeakEnglishPodcast.com

Speak English Now Podcast: Learn English | Speak English without grammar‪.‬ Georgiana, founder of SpeakEnglishPodcast.com

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The Speak English Now Podcast is your resource for practicing your English speaking and listening. You will learn English with the Question and Answer (TPRS) and Point of View techniques. You won’t need any grammar nor boring exercises. You will also learn about the English culture and the language itself. Finally, you will get valuable advice on learning English. All the audio is in English and you can get the text at SpeakEnglishPodcast.com

    300th Episode Celebration - Seven Years of Speak English Now Podcast

    300th Episode Celebration - Seven Years of Speak English Now Podcast

    Hello, everyone!
    Today is a special day because it's our seventh year together!!! This week, we have reached 300 episodes and more than 30 million downloads!
    Thanks to all of you, we've created a huge family of learners from all around the world.
    Thank you so much for your support and for sharing the podcast with your friends and family. I appreciate every one of you listening and learning with this podcast and my premium courses. 
    As we celebrate, I promise to keep bringing you fun and helpful episodes.
    More Great News: I will also launch a new premium course!
    Let me recommend to you my most listened-to episodes:
    #003 - The Importance Of Repeated Listening
    In this episode, I explain how many times you have to listen to a material in English. 
    #018 - Benefits of Listening in English when Exercising
    In episode #018, I discuss the importance of exercising and studying English.
    #200 - Difficult words to Pronounce in English 
    In episode #200, I look at some English words very difficult to pronounce.
    So, let me know if you enjoyed these recommendations. And tell me your favorite episode (out of all 300.)
    Here are some comments from students:
    Carlos Silva 
    Hi, Georgiana, I'm gonna be very honest with you: You are the best teacher IN THE WORLD, I love your teaching method. I have listened to almost all your episodes, and your method is awesome!
    Manuel Ruiz  
    This method is great. I've studied English for a long time with many textbooks about grammar, writing, etc., without successful results, but this is the best method for speaking English fluently. I recommend it!!
    You can find more comments like these on my website: SpeakEnglishPodcast.com

    • 28 min
    #299 The Gold Rush 1849

    #299 The Gold Rush 1849

    Today, we're diving into an exciting part of history called the Gold Rush. Ever thought about hunting for treasure? Lots of people did back then!
    What was the Gold Rush?
    During the Gold Rush people traveled to places where they thought they could find gold. For example, in 1849, many went to California because they had heard they could find gold there. This event is called the California Gold Rush. Imagine: people from all over the world came to California, hoping to become rich.
    Why did people go there?
    People joined the Gold Rush for different reasons. The main one was to find gold and make money. They thought this would make their lives better and help their families. Some were looking for adventure and wanted to explore new places.
    What was life like during this time?
    Life during the Gold Rush was tough. Those seeking gold traveled a long way and lived in camps. They used simple tools like pans and shovels to search for gold in rivers and dirt. It was very exciting when someone found gold, but many didn't find much and were discouraged.
    Who were the people involved?
    Imagine leaving your home and traveling to a completely new place, not knowing what you would find. That's exactly what thousands did during this period. They were called "forty-niners" because so many arrived in 1849. Men, women, and families all took the risk, dreaming of striking it rich.
    Lots of these adventurers sailed on ships, while others walked or rode horses along dusty trails to reach California. The journey was not easy; there were dangers like bad weather and tough roads. But the hope of finding gold kept them going.
    When they arrived, finding gold was harder than most thought. They spent long days in cold rivers or under the hot sun, looking through mud and stones. Some lucky ones found big nuggets, while many others found only small flakes or nothing at all.
    What was the impact of the Gold Rush?
    It changed many places. For example, San Francisco grew quickly in the USA. People built new shops, houses, and roads. However, it also caused problems like damage to the land and unfair treatment of local people.
    The Gold Rush was a very important time. It shows us how the dream of finding wealth can make many people move and change places. Learning about this era helps us understand how history is full of big changes and adventures.
    So, that's a little about this fascinating period. It was a time of hope, hard work, and big changes.
    Get the transcript on my website: speakenglishpodcast.com/299-the-gold-rush-1849/

    • 15 min
    #298 Differences between Do and Make

    #298 Differences between Do and Make

    Understanding "Do" and "Make"
    Today, we're going to talk about something that confuses many students: when to use "do" and when to use "make."
    When to Use "Do"
    Let's start with "do." We use "do" when we talk about general tasks or activities that don't create something new. It's like saying you're doing something that's part of your routine. Let's hear some examples:
    Do homework: "After school, I always do my homework." Do the dishes: "In our house, we do the dishes right after dinner." Do exercises: "My friend does exercises every morning to stay healthy." So remember, when you're talking about doing a job or something you need to finish, "do" is the word to use!
    When to Use "Make"
    Now, let's talk about "make." We use "make" when we create something or when there's a result from what we do. It's like making something new or making a choice.
    Here are some examples with "Make:"
    Make a cake: "Why don't you make a delicious cake?" Make a decision: "It can be tough, but everyone needs to make decisions sometimes." Make a phone call: "I make a phone call to check on my friend every week." Remember that when something new is created from what you do, like a cake or a decision, you should use "make."
    Let's hear more examples:
    Do your best: "In every competition, it's important to do your best." Do your hair: "Every morning, I do my hair before going to school." Do the laundry: "We usually do the laundry on Saturdays." Do a favor: "Could you do me a favor and pass the salt?" Do business: "His company does business with clients worldwide." Do a dance: "At the party, everyone was doing a fun dance." Do damage: "The storm did a lot of damage to the town." More Examples Using "Make:"
    Make friends: "When you go to a new school, it's important to make friends." Make a list: "Before we go shopping, let's make a list of everything we need." Make a joke: "He likes to make jokes to make everyone laugh." Make peace: "After arguing, they made peace and were friends again." Make money: "She has a wonderful job that helps her make a lot of money." Make a plan: "Let's make a plan for the trip." Make a choice: "You need to make a choice; even if you don't like it."  
    Great! Let's continue practicing "do" and "make" with a on point-of-view lesson."
     
    Get the transcript on my website:  https://speakenglishpodcast.com/differences-between-do-and-make/
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     

    • 12 min
    #297 Internet Vocabulary in English part 2

    #297 Internet Vocabulary in English part 2

    Hi! I'm Georgiana, and I'm back with a new episode. I'm here to help you speak English fluently.
    If you want to help me, SHARE the podcast with your friends and family. That would mean a lot. Thanks.
    Before we start, get the transcript. Visit: SpeakEnglishPodcast.com/podcast
    Today, we will learn more internet words and practice speaking with a mini-story.
    Ok, let's start!
    Online Forum:
    An online forum is similar to a discussion group at the library. People gather on a website to discuss various topics, sharing their thoughts in posts and replies.
    Blog:
    A blog is like a personal journal or a collection of articles online. Individuals or organizations regularly update them to share information and opinions.
    Podcast:
    Podcasts are like radio shows on the Internet. You can listen to them online or download them to your device.
    Webinar:
    A webinar is an online seminar or presentation where you can watch and interact with the presenter through live video and other features.
    E-commerce:
    E-commerce is like an online marketplace. It involves buying and selling products or services on the Internet.
    Phishing:
    Be cautious! Phishing is when someone tricks you into sharing private stuff like your passwords or credit card details by pretending to be someone you trust.
    Username and Password:
    Your username and password are like keys to your online accounts. They protect your information from unauthorized access.
     
    Get the transcript at: speakenglishpodcast.com/297-internet-vocabulary-in-english-part-2/

    • 16 min
    #296 Internet Vocabulary in English

    #296 Internet Vocabulary in English

    Hi! I’m Georgiana, and I’m back with a new episode. I’m here to help you speak English fluently. And what do you need to speak fluently? You need to LISTEN, LISTEN, LISTEN, and LISTEN. 🙂
    If you want to help me, SHARE the podcast with your friends and family. That would mean a lot. Thanks.
    On my website you can get the 5 Secrets to speak English and also my premium courses.
    Before we start, get the transcript at: SpeakEnglishPodcast.com/podcast
    It’s completely free!
    Ok, let’s start!
    Today, we’re talking about the Internet – something we use daily. Knowing internet words is super important whether you’re checking websites, chatting with friends, or shopping online. You will learn different internet words to help you feel more comfortable online.
    Website Navigation:
    The Internet is like a vast library with countless books. Each website is a different book; to read them, you need to know how to navigate. Think of website navigation as finding your way around the library. You use a website’s menus, links, and buttons to move from one page to another.

    Homepage:
    Imagine a book with a cover. The homepage is like the cover of a website. It’s the first page you see when you visit a website. It tells you what the website is about.
    Tabs:
    You might want to read multiple books at once when you go to a library. Tabs in a web browser are like having different books open on different pages. You can click on a tab to switch between different web pages.
    Cookie:
    Cookies are like bookmarks in the library. Websites use them to remember your preferences and what you do on their site, making your online experience more convenient.

    URL Bar/Address Bar:
    The address bar is like a search box in the library. You can type the web address of a website, and your browser will take you there. It’s also where you can see the website’s address.
    Cache:
    Imagine if the library had a storage room to keep some books handy. That’s what the cache is. It stores web data temporarily on your device to make websites load faster when you visit them again.
    Streaming:
    Streaming is like watching a movie online without having to download it first. You can also stream music and other media content over the Internet.
    Buffering:
    When you stream a video or music, sometimes it needs to load a little bit before you can start watching or listening. So, buffering prevents interruptions.
    Download Manager:
    A download manager is like a librarian who helps you organize and track the books (or files) you download from the Internet.
    Firewall:
    Think of a firewall as a protective shield around your computer. It keeps out any unwanted or harmful visitors from the Internet.
    Router:
    A router is like a postman delivering letters to different houses. It connects multiple devices in your home or office to the Internet.
    Let’s continue with a surprising point-of-view story:

    • 13 min
    #295 Speaking Mistakes - Do native speakers make mistakes?

    #295 Speaking Mistakes - Do native speakers make mistakes?

    Ever wondered if native English speakers make mistakes? Well, here's the truth: Native English speakers make mistakes, too! This can be comforting for English learners.
    Hi! I'm Georgiana, and I'm back with a new episode. I'm here to help you speak English fluently.
    If you want to help me, SHARE the podcast with your friends and family. That would mean a lot. Thanks.
    On my website, you can find the 5 Secrets to Speaking English and my premium courses.
    Before we start, get the transcript. Visit: SpeakEnglishPodcast.com/podcast
    It's completely free!
    Ok, let's start!
    Native speakers of any language make mistakes, just like learners do. This is a natural part of language use and communication.
    Let's learn the mistakes native English speakers make and why they happen.
    Pronunciation Mistakes: It's common to mispronounce hard words. For example, some people say "Pacific" instead of "specific."
    Spelling Mistakes: Even people who have spoken English from birth can spell words wrongly. It's like writing "definately" when it should be "definitely."
    Misusing Words: Sometimes, people mix up words that sound the same, like "their" and "there." Or, they might use the wrong preposition. These are often just small mistakes.
    Why Mistakes Happen:
    Informal Language: In everyday talk, people use short forms like "gonna" instead of "going to." These are okay when speaking but not in formal writing. Speaking Fast: Often, people talk quickly and don't think about grammar rules. Not Paying Attention: Everyone makes more mistakes when they are tired or not focused. Learning from Mistakes:
    When kids learn to speak, they make many errors. As someone learning English, you should see mistakes as a chance to get better. Most of the time, when people correct their mistakes, kids don't get embarrassed. They might even laugh about it.
    Attitude Toward Mistakes:
    Most people understand that mistakes happen, and they don't usually stop us from understanding each other. Remember, making mistakes doesn't mean you're bad at English. It means you are learning and getting better. So, if you make a mistake, just smile and try again. Even people who have spoken English their whole life are still learning!
    Great! I hope you're enjoying this episode!
    And now, let's continue with a mini-story.

    • 17 min

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Great way to improving your English

I am glad to gain fluency in English and improve my pronunciation with you! I recommend this podcast 100%! Best regards

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The best you can find. Thank you Georgiana for giving us these lessons!!! I wish you the best

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