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Learn English now with a proven method that's fast, effective, and enjoyable. Speak English with ESLPod.com will improve your English listening and speaking faster than any other approach. These daily and cultural English lessons are brought to you by Dr. Lucy Tse and Dr. Jeff McQuillan, former professors of applied linguistics and education. Join more than 15 million people in 189 countries who have learned English with ESLPod.com. Want to improve your English even faster? Become an Unlimited English member and get more than 1,800 lessons, or subscribe directly on Apple Podcasts to get three new lessons each week. Go to www.ESLPod.com for more information.

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    Cultural English 9 - American Education System; Q&A

    Cultural English 9 - American Education System; Q&A

    Topics: The American educational system; Sweet 16; effect versus to affect; to feel; maybe versus perhaps

    Words:
    dropout
    public school system
    tuition
    kindergarten
    elementary school/grade school
    middle school/junior high
    high school
    elective
    tracking
    Sweet 16
    effect
    to affect
    to feel
    maybe
    perhaps

    Script by Dr. Lucy Tse

    Daily English 117 - Impressions of LA

    Daily English 117 - Impressions of LA

    Learn about life in Los Angeles, and some vocabulary used to describe people and places.

    SCRIPT:
    I was talking to my new friend Nicole about the differences between New York City and Los Angeles. Nicole just relocated from New York, where she lived all her life, and I'm a native of L.A.

    Dan: So, is L.A. all it's cracked up to be?

    Nicole: Well, the stereotype in the movies is that L.A. is a frivolous town with a lot of flaky people. I guess, in the back of my mind, that's what I expected.

    Dan: And, is it what you found?

    Nicole: Well, it is and it's not. The city of L.A. is much bigger and more diverse than I had expected. There are people here from all over the country and all over world, like New York. I've heard people say that in L.A., everyone is from somewhere else. That's partly true. So, I've met all kinds of people here. What I'm realizing is that the picture of L.A. that's in movies only represents a small segment of the city.

    Dan: You're right. Life isn't always like the movies.

    Script by Dr. Lucy Tse

    Daily English 116 - Travel During the Busy Season

    Daily English 116 - Travel During the Busy Season

    Learn valuable English expressions for traveling during the busiest times of the year.

    Script:

    It's hard to avoid traveling over the holidays but the experience I had last week really takes the cake.

    I flew back to Tucson, Arizona, to be with my wife's family, as we do every Christmas. I got to the airport an hour and a half before my flight, which I thought would be plenty of time. When I got there, though, I saw that the security line was out the door. Because it was the holidays, people were traveling with a lot of extra packages.

    It took twice as long as it normally would to get to the front of the line. When I finally got to the gate, I found out that my flight had been oversold. The gate agent was looking for people to voluntarily give up their seats for a later flight in exchange for a $100 travel voucher. If she didn't get enough volunteers, she would have to bump people from the flight. Luckily, several people took her up on the offer and the rest of us boarded.

    What a hassle! I love the holidays but I don't love holiday travel.

    Script by Dr. Lucy Tse

    Cultural English 8 - Charles Dickens; Dr. Phil; Donald Trump; Q&A

    Cultural English 8 - Charles Dickens; Dr. Phil; Donald Trump; Q&A

    Topics: Charles Dickens, Night, Dr. Phil, Sundance Film Festival, Donald Trump, Very vs. Really, Pretty vs. Quite

    Words:
    television personality
    psychologist
    festival
    critic
    movie studio
    headquarters
    indie
    budget
    real estate
    magnate
    apprentice
    biography
    to sue
    very
    really
    pretty
    quite

    Script by Dr. Lucy Tse

    Daily English 115 - Making Healthy Changes

    Daily English 115 - Making Healthy Changes

    It's always a good time to make healthy changes in your life. Learn how to talk about them in English in this lesson.

    SCRIPT:
    This is the time of year when people make their New Year's resolutions. At the beginning of a new year, people take stock of their lives and decide to make some changes.

    A lot of people want to get into shape. They vow to go to the health club and work out everyday. Many people also decide to go on a diet. After overindulging at holiday meals, people feel the need to cut back and to shed some extra pounds. Many people also promise to quit smoking or drinking to live healthier lives.

    Whatever resolution you make, don't forget the most important one: Promise not to have to make the same resolution next year.

    Script by Dr. Lucy Tse

    Daily English 114 - Writing a Thank You Note

    Daily English 114 - Writing a Thank You Note

    It's always a good idea to thank someone with a note or letter. Here's the English you need to do that.

    SCRIPT:
    Dear Jake,

    I wanted to thank you for all of the help you've given me over the past several weeks. Being laid up with pneumonia really caught me off-guard, but you went above and beyond in taking care of me. Before I got sick, we had only known each other as neighbors and only for a short time. That's why it's so amazing that when I called you, you came running. You pulled out all the stops to help me in every way. You ran my errands, kept me company, and made sure I had everything I needed. Being on my own in L.A., I'm so grateful to have a good friend like you. You're truly one in a million.

    Have a wonderful holiday and I'll see you when you get back.

    Kate

    Script by Dr. Lucy Tse

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