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Learning English is tough stuff, but we're here to help every step of the way. This podcast is for English language learners who want to improve their lives by becoming fluent in English. Our high-quality lessons are free, fun and taught by our expert hosts.



Listening to Culips is like sitting in on an interesting chat between good friends. Your fluency, listening skills, vocabulary, and pronunciation will improve naturally as you get to know our hosts and learn about interesting topics and trends in Canada and around the world.



Get awesome at English, with Culips!

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Learning English is tough stuff, but we're here to help every step of the way. This podcast is for English language learners who want to improve their lives by becoming fluent in English. Our high-quality lessons are free, fun and taught by our expert hosts.



Listening to Culips is like sitting in on an interesting chat between good friends. Your fluency, listening skills, vocabulary, and pronunciation will improve naturally as you get to know our hosts and learn about interesting topics and trends in Canada and around the world.



Get awesome at English, with Culips!

    Don’t cry over spilt milk

    Don’t cry over spilt milk

    Don’t cry over spilt milk

    Episode description

    In this week’s bonus episode, Andrew talks about why he had to cancel his trip to Canada at the last moment. Plus in the vocabulary lesson, he teaches you a useful expression for telling bad news: all around.

     

    For information about becoming a Culips Member, visit Culips.com

    • 22분
    Catch Word #263 – Turn a blind eye

    Catch Word #263 – Turn a blind eye

    There’s always someone in a friend group that’s not very observant. Maybe it takes them too long to understand a joke, or maybe they always say the wrong thing at the wrong time. There are many different phrases in the English language to describe these oblivious kinds of friends. Today, Kassy and Andrew explain two of these expressions: tone-deaf and turn a blind eye.

    Culips’ Catch Word series teaches you idioms, phrasal verbs, and expressions that help improve your English listening and speaking skills. With Catch Word, you learn common phrases used by native English speakers while listening to a casual, natural conversation.



















    Fun facts

    When travelling the world, it is very easy to commit a faux pas or act tone-deaf. That’s because each culture has unique social rules and etiquette. Before you travel, it’s always a good idea to look up the common mistakes that tourists make at your destination so that you won’t be a tone-deaf tourist, or accidently commit a faux pas!





    Expressions included in the study guide







    * Tone-deaf

    * Turn a blind eye

    * Faux pas

    * To be/get roasted

    * Average Joe

    * Grain of truth







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    Music Credit: Something Elated by Broke For Free, Step On by Jahzzar

    Image: Naomi Suzuki (Unsplash.com)

    • 25분
    Heading home

    Heading home

    Heading home

    Episode description

    In this week’s bonus episode, Andrew shares some stories about what he got up to last week and talks about his upcoming trip to Canada. Plus he teaches you a useful expression: to wait it out.

     

    For information about becoming a Culips Member, visit Culips.com

    • 22분
    Simplified Speech #152 – Do you celebrate any international days?

    Simplified Speech #152 – Do you celebrate any international days?

    Everyone knows about Christmas and Valentine’s Day, but do you know there’s a Strange Music Day and a Burger Day? In this Simplified Speech episode, Andrew and Kassy explore the wonderful world of international days. Give it a listen and you might discover a special day just for you!

    Simplified Speech is a Culips series where our hosts have a clear and natural conversation designed to help beginner and intermediate English language learners improve their skills.



















    Fun facts

    Most special international days are joyful events meant to focus interest in some area of life. However, International Workers’ Day has a long political history of protests and riots aiming to improve the rights of workers across the world. It is celebrated on May 1st in most countries. In North America, it is celebrated on the first Monday of September and is called Labour Day.





    Expressions included in the study guide







    * To raise awareness

    * To be a riot

    * Just because

    * Avant-garde/cutting edge

    * To be out there

    * To do some digging

    * It just so happens

    * To stand out







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    For more information about this episode, visit culips.com.

    Music Credit: Something Elated by Broke For Free, Step On by Jahzzar

    Image: Blessing Ri (Unsplash.com)

    • 14분
    The birthday cake experiment

    The birthday cake experiment

    The birthday cake experiment

    Episode description

    In this week’s bonus episode, Andrew shares a story about celebrating his wife’s birthday and baking her a cake. Plus in the vocabulary lesson, he teaches you how to use a common idiomatic expression: to have your work cut out for you.

     

    The Culips Member July live stream is happening on Tuesday July 26th, at 7:30PM KST. To join the live stream, follow this link: For information about becoming a Culips Member, visit Culips.com

    • 23분
    Real Talk #055 – How to order flowers in English

    Real Talk #055 – How to order flowers in English

    A beautiful flower arrangement can help to change the whole look of a room. But how do you order flowers at a flower shop in English? Don’t worry! In this Real Talk episode, hosts Andrew and Kassy walk you through the expressions and vocabulary you will need when buying flowers to decorate your home or give to a loved one.

    Real Talk is the Culips series for beginner and intermediate English learners, which teaches you practical English expressions for real-world situations.



















    Fun facts

    If you like big flower arrangements, you might like one at the Dubai Miracle Garden. At roughly 72,000 square meters, and shaped like an Airbus A380, it holds the record for biggest flower arrangement in the world.





    Expressions included in the study guide







    * Florist

    * Bouquet/arrangement

    * I’d like to buy

    * I can help you with that

    * Did you have anything particular in mind?

    * What are you thinking for the budget?

    * [Something] would be fine

    * To ring [someone] up







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    For more information about this episode, visit culips.com.

    Music Credit: Something Elated by Broke For Free, Step On by Jahzzar

    Image: Waldemar Brandt and Uljana Borodina (Unsplash.com)

    • 23분

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yuseonnnnnb ,

Hello :)

I'm a listener from Korea 😃
I love this podcast 😁
Thanks for these high quality and helpful podcast!

옝진 ,

From a big fan of Culips

Hi! My name is Yejin!

I’m from South Korea.

I’ve been listening to Culips since 2020!

Every time I listen to Culips, I learn something new.

All the episodes you’ve made are super informative and helpful!

And when I was preparing for the OPIC test, which is an English speaking test, A lot of Culips episodes were very helpful to me.

So I could get a great mark!

Thank you so much!!!

And Kassy~ Congratulations!!

I believe you will do very well!

Good luck with the new career in Thailand!!

(TMI : I really suck at math unlike you haha..)

구공리 ,

I love culips🤭❤️

Hi! My name is Seo Hyeon and I’m from south korea!🇰🇷 I always listen to culips before I go to school(I’m 13 years old☺️), before I go to bed, etc. Culips helps me make English fun and easy!! Andrew, Susan, Cassie, Jeremy, Anna I love you all! And thank you so much🥰 Culips is the best!!✨✨

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