에피소드 686개

Welcome to The A to Z English Podcast, where we take you on a journey from learning the basics to mastering the nuances of the English language. Our podcast is designed for non-native speakers who are looking to improve their English skills in a fun and interactive way. Each episode covers a wide range of topics, from grammar and vocabulary to slang and culture, to help you navigate the English-speaking world with ease. Join us every week as we explore the A to Z of the English language and help you build confidence in your communication skills. Let's get started!

The A to Z English Podcast Jack McBain

    • 교육
    • 5.0 • 1개의 평가

Welcome to The A to Z English Podcast, where we take you on a journey from learning the basics to mastering the nuances of the English language. Our podcast is designed for non-native speakers who are looking to improve their English skills in a fun and interactive way. Each episode covers a wide range of topics, from grammar and vocabulary to slang and culture, to help you navigate the English-speaking world with ease. Join us every week as we explore the A to Z of the English language and help you build confidence in your communication skills. Let's get started!

    Vocabulary Spotlight | 3 Confusing Words

    Vocabulary Spotlight | 3 Confusing Words

    In this episode of The A to Z English Podcast, Xochitl shares 3 confusing words with the listeners. She and Jack explain the meanings of the words and how to use them in sentences.
    Transcript:
    00:00:00
    Jack
    Hey, A is the English podcast listeners. It's Jack here and we just want to announce that we are now on WeChat. Our WeChat ID is A-Z English podcast that is A-Z English podcast, one word all lowercase.
    00:00:17
    Jack
    And if you.
    00:00:18
    Jack
    Join the group. You will be able to talk with me. You'll be able to.
    00:00:22
    Jack
    Talk with social.
    00:00:23
    Jack
    And we can answer your questions. We can read your comments on the podcast. So we'd love for you to join us and be active in our we chat group. Our WeChat ID is A-Z English podcast. Thanks. See you on the app.
    00:00:50
    Jack
    Welcome to the A-Z English podcast. My name is Jack and I'm here with my co-host social. And today we're going to share. Well, we're going to do a we're under the vocabulary spotlight and we are going to share some words that we came across during our English corner classes that students kind of struggle with. And so so.
    00:01:11
    Jack
    Was the first one that you you had that you came up with?
    00:01:15
    Xochitl
    The first one I noticed students struggled a little bit with was workload, the pronunciation, workload and then on top of that, what it meant workload is just. It's a compound word. It has the word work in it and the word load in it, and you put it together.
    00:01:19
    발표자
    Hmm.
    00:01:36
    Xochitl
    With no spaces and its workload, so workload just means the amount of work that each person is.
    00:01:44
    Xochitl
    Uh.
    00:01:45
    Jack
    Each.
    00:01:45
    Xochitl
    Person's share of work so that can be at your house like domestic tasks like chores or that can also be at your job. You know, between your colleagues you may have a heavier workload if you have a higher position in the company. So that's kind of what workload refers to.
    00:02:08
    Jack
    Yeah, exactly. It's, it's it's a lot of times you hear it with the word share shared workload.
    00:02:15
    Jack
    You know, so you have, you have this like?
    00:02:18
    Jack
    The certain amount of work that you have to do at your office and then they divide it among the employees. You're gonna do this much? You're gonna do this much? You're gonna do this much? You're gonna do this much, and each piece is your workload.
    00:02:33
    Jack
    And and then you basically just start working away, chipping away at it, you know, trying to to decrease it down to 0.
    00:02:42
    Jack
    And of course, in the company or corporation it never gets down to 0 because there's always more work. You know you there's another workload piled on top of your old workload. And so you know, it's kind of a never ending, you know, thing but.
    00:03:02
    Jack
    Yeah, I mean, I just think that like, yeah, certain even within this podcast social and I divide certain parts of the workload, she's spends a lot of time talking to students on the app.
    00:03:13
    Jack
    App communicating with them, recording I my workload is. Yeah, I do like the editing and and and some of the you know adding like little music pieces or whatever to it which actually I enjoy. So it's kind of like my my workload is kind of the fun part and I get the the editing part of it.
    00:03:19
    Xochitl
    Can I have an idea?
    00:03:34
    Jack
    But yeah, it's a it's a shared workload and and you know when you do that, when you share the workload, it makes it a lot easier to finish a project more quickly.
    00:03:47
    발표자
    So.
    00:03:50
    Xochitl
    The second one that I saw some students struggle with was the meaning of emotional labor. When I say emotional labor, what does that mean to you, Jack?
    00:03:59
    Jack
    This one I've actually I'm not too familiar with this term. This seems like uh, maybe something that is a newer.
    00:04:07
    Xochitl
    Kind of a new age term.
    00:04:09
    Jack
    Yeah, just like a Gen. Z kind of thing like.
    00:04:12
    발표자
    Yes.
    00:04:15
    Jack
    Most workload is, that is that does that mean like managing your relationship

    • 12분
    Am I the Jerk? | Too Rich for My Blood

    Am I the Jerk? | Too Rich for My Blood

    Too rich for my blood: The phrase "too rich for my blood" is an idiomatic expression meaning that something is too expensive or beyond one's financial reach. It conveys the idea that the cost or price of something is more than what the speaker is willing or able to pay. This phrase is often used in social or economic contexts to indicate that a particular item, activity, or lifestyle is financially out of reach for the person using the expression.
    Transcript:
    00:00:00
    Jack
    Hey, A is the English podcast listeners. It's Jack here and we just want to announce that we are now on WeChat. Our WeChat ID is A-Z English podcast that is A-Z English podcast, one word all lowercase.
    00:00:17
    Jack
    And if you.
    00:00:18
    Jack
    Join the group. You will be able to talk with me. You'll be able to.
    00:00:22
    Jack
    Talk with social.
    00:00:23
    Jack
    And we can answer your questions. We can read your comments on the podcast. So we'd love for you to join us and be active in our we chat group. Our WeChat ID is A-Z English podcast. Thanks. See you on the app.
    00:00:50
    Jack
    Welcome to the A-Z English podcast. My name is Jack and I'm here with my co-host social. And today we are going to do an MI, the jerk episode and here's the situation.
    00:01:00
    Jack
    Uh, social you and a group of your friends have a tradition of going out for dinner every Friday night. Everyone in your group has generally similar financial situations, and you typically all choose moderately priced restaurants. One Friday, you suggest a new upscale restaurant that just opened in town. The menu.
    00:01:20
    Jack
    Is significantly more expensive than your usual spot.
    00:01:24
    Jack
    Two of your friends expressed concerns about the cost, saying they can't afford to spend that much on dinner.
    00:01:31
    Jack
    You respond by saying, come on, it's just one night you can skip it. If you can't afford it. This statement causes tension and the group ends up splitting with some going to the upscale restaurant and others opting out entirely. Question, are you the jerk for suggesting the expensive restaurant and making the comment?
    00:01:52
    Jack
    About affordability.
    00:01:54
    Jack
    Hmm.
    00:01:56
    Xochitl
    No, I don't think so. I think if I couldn't afford something and my friends would going to do it, I would be like.
    00:02:03
    Xochitl
    You know to have fun. Uh, tell me what it tell me. If it's good, I'll save up and maybe next time we can all go together.
    00:02:11
    Xochitl
    Because, you know, sometimes people are at different points and yeah, you have. Uh, you may make the same income, but you might have different responsibilities or people might be starting different projects or have different things they need to take care of, like student loans, rent. You know, you can make the same amount of money and have vastly different expenses.
    00:02:31
    Xochitl
    Also prioritize.
    00:02:32
    Xochitl
    Guys. Uh, what? You spend your money on very differently. So someone might say, you know, I don't like spending a lot of money on dinner. I'd rather spend it on a hobby or, you know, I I'm saving up for a trip. Coming up in a couple of months or something, you know? So I wouldn't be upset.
    00:02:53
    Xochitl
    You know you can skip it if you if you can't afford it. I wouldn't take that.
    00:02:58
    Xochitl
    As a comment, you know calling me broke or trying to, like, hurt my feelings. I would just think, yeah, you know, I I can't afford it. Or maybe it's not my priority to spend my money there. I might respond that I might be like, well, I can sort it, but I'd rather spend my money elsewhere. But, you know, you guys have fun and enjoy it and tell me if it's any good.
    00:03:19
    Xochitl
    And then maybe we can go together next time. So yeah, I don't think this person is a jerk. Maybe they could have.
    00:03:26
    Xochitl
    Uh, avoided that comment just because it could hurt a few people's it it could potentially hurt someones feelings, especially if they're already sensitive about maybe they have other expenses and they're stressed because they don't get

    • 9분
    Topic Talk | The Tuna Fish Sandwich Debate

    Topic Talk | The Tuna Fish Sandwich Debate

    In this episode of The A to Z English Podcast, Xochitl explains the tuna fish sandwich debate question to Jack. Then, Jack offers his opinion on the situation.
    Transcript:
    00:00:00
    Jack
    Hey, A to Z Listeners this is the English podcast listeners. It's Jack here and we just want to announce that we are now on WeChat. Our WeChat ID is A-Z English podcast that is A-Z English podcast, one word all lowercase.
    00:00:17
    Jack
    And if you.
    00:00:18
    Jack
    Join the group. You will be able to talk with me. You'll be able to.
    00:00:22
    Jack
    Talk with social.
    00:00:23
    Jack
    And we can answer your questions. We can read your comments on the podcast. So we'd love for you to join us and be active in our we chat group. Our WeChat ID is A-Z English podcast. Thanks. See you on the app.
    00:00:50
    Jack
    Welcome to the A-Z English podcast. My name is Jack and I'm here with my co-host social. And today we have a topic talk, I believe, and this is the tuna fish sandwich debate and social. I have no idea what this means. Please enlighten me.
    00:01:08
    Xochitl
    Jack, I came across this and it it's kind of popular amongst American medicines in the in the group that I found. So a girl was commenting about how.
    00:01:21
    Xochitl
    She gave her.
    00:01:23
    Xochitl
    Money to go buy and cheese sandwich with all the fixings, which for others who don't know means, you know, lettuce, tomato, mayonnaise, whatever. And she very specifically said she wanted that ham and cheese sandwich. So he went to subway, she gave him money for both of their sandwich.
    00:01:37
    발표자 3
    Mm-hmm.
    00:01:44
    Xochitl
    And I believe she wasn't feeling well or or something. So anyway, he went alone. So he went and bought a sandwich and he bought himself something different. And then he bought her a tuna fish salad sandwich, which he also likes. But he knows she doesn't like tuna.
    00:02:05
    Xochitl
    And she doesn't really eat tuna, but he likes tuna, and he brought her the sandwich and told her that he brought her the tuna fish sandwich because he just wanted her to try his favorite sandwich, even though he got himself something different as well. So the commenters were divided on whether she should be grateful.
    00:02:25
    Xochitl
    And she was actually saying she was grateful anyway, but that it kind of annoyed her. But she ended up feeling grateful that he went and got sandwiches, or if she should be upset.
    00:02:36
    Xochitl
    That he got her something she didn't ask for with her money, that he liked, that he knew that she wouldn't really like. So what do you think, Jack?
    00:02:45
    Jack
    Yeah, this one is. This is very uhm, here's an expression SUS like suspect, you know? Yeah, this is suck.
    00:02:53
    Xochitl
    But yes, that's like me. So it's like weird or kind of suspicious. That's what it stands for. Suspicious.
    00:02:56
    Jack
    Yeah.
    00:03:00
    Jack
    Suspicious. Exactly.
    00:03:03
    Jack
    This reminds me of an episode of The Simpsons where Homer.
    00:03:09
    Jack
    Buys Marge a bowling ball for her birthday that is exactly like sized for his hand and his fingers. So basically he buys her a present that she will never use and doesn't wants and that.
    00:03:29
    Jack
    He wants and that he will use.
    00:03:31
    Jack
    And she is supposed to be grateful for that. And and this is like, this is just pure manipulation, you know, like, this is just this guy wants to eat all of the sandwiches and he's got his sandwich that he bought for himself.
    00:03:43
    Xochitl
    Right.
    00:03:53
    Jack
    And then he knows that she's not going to eat the tuna sandwich because she doesn't like tuna.
    00:03:59
    Jack
    And he's trying to frame it as like I'm it's like.
    00:04:04
    Jack
    It's it's like the it's, it's just it's like.
    00:04:06
    Jack
    Kind of like a.
    00:04:07
    Jack
    Gaslighting, almost like like I'm I'm giving you the exact opposite of what you want and and make and and you're and forcing you to say thank you for.
    00:04:09
    Xochitl
    Yeah.
    00:04:18
    Jack
    For me doing it's, it's just like it's, it's awful. I mean it's it's in the grand scheme of things. It's not a bi

    • 11분
    Topic Talk | Which chores do you hate and which ones don't you mind?

    Topic Talk | Which chores do you hate and which ones don't you mind?

    In this episode of The A to Z English Podcast, Xochitl and Jack talk about which chores they hate and which ones they don't mind.
    Transcript:
    00:00:00
    Jack
    Hey, A is the English podcast listeners. It's Jack here and we just want to announce that we are now on WeChat. Our WeChat ID is A-Z English podcast that is A-Z English podcast, one word all lowercase.
    00:00:17
    Jack
    And if you.
    00:00:18
    Jack
    Join the group. You will be able to talk with me. You'll be able to.
    00:00:22
    Jack
    Talk with social.
    00:00:23
    Jack
    And we can answer your questions. We can read your comments on the podcast. So we'd love for you to join us and be active in our we chat group. Our WeChat ID is A-Z English podcast. Thanks. See you on the app.
    00:00:52
    Jack
    Welcome to the agency English podcast. My name is Jack and I'm here with my co-host, social. And today we have a topic talk episode and social. Today's topic is what household chores?
    00:01:03
    Jack
    Do you usually help?
    00:01:04
    Jack
    With and which ones do you enjoy and which ones?
    00:01:07
    Jack
    Do you hate?
    00:01:10
    Xochitl
    Ohh well Jack, I live alone.
    00:01:13
    Jack
    So you do.
    00:01:14
    Xochitl
    I.
    00:01:15
    Xochitl
    Yeah, I mean, I did and find out what. Yeah, now that I live in Mexico, I pay someone to come do some of them. And I do some of them. So that kind of works out pretty well for me. But lately, the person that I was paying to come do household chores, unfortunately.
    00:01:16
    Jack
    Swear none of them. I don't know. It depends on.
    00:01:18
    Jack
    How you live, yeah.
    00:01:24
    Jack
    Yeah.
    00:01:34
    Xochitl
    Her father got ill and I totally get that. So I've been handling them on my own.
    00:01:40
    Jack
    MHM.
    00:01:40
    Xochitl
    And and.
    00:01:43
    Xochitl
    I like cooking. Uh, if there's other people around like I hate cooking just myself.
    00:01:50
    Jack
    Yeah, me too. I hate like it's still. There's nothing lonelier than frying. Like one egg, you know?
    00:01:56
    Jack
    What I mean, it's just like what's?
    00:01:57
    Xochitl
    Oh my God. Wow. We're like.
    00:01:58
    Jack
    What's wrong with my life? You.
    00:02:00
    Jack
    Know when you yeah.
    00:02:00
    Xochitl
    I know it's just and we have no one to eat with and it's like just different thing. So if I'm alone, a lot of the times, they'll just end up ordering food like Uber eats or whatever. And but if there's even just one other person with me, I'm happy to cook.
    00:02:04
    Jack
    Yeah.
    00:02:12
    Jack
    Oh, nice, yeah.
    00:02:19
    Xochitl
    Other chores that I do like wash the dishes, do my laundry.
    00:02:25
    Xochitl
    Ah, sweep mop.
    00:02:29
    Jack
    Is is there one that like, really irks you? That just drives you crazy, that you really hate.
    00:02:29
    Xochitl
    I don't.
    00:02:34
    Xochitl
    OK, I don't like sleeping and mopping because it makes my back hurt, which is like weird, but I don't know why, but my back really hurts. Whenever I like sweep and mop, so I don't like that. I don't like getting.
    00:02:39
    Jack
    Ah.
    00:02:46
    Xochitl
    Even though I don't mind sleeping in mopping, it's just the fact that my back always hurts. It like really annoys me and I don't like. Yeah, I don't like.
    00:02:53
    Jack
    It's yeah.
    00:02:56
    Xochitl
    Doing the dishes I used to really like doing the dishes when I was a kid, and now I hate doing the dishes because it's like.
    00:03:03
    Xochitl
    Just the nasty food on it. Or like other people's mouths. It not it, grosses me.
    00:03:09
    Jack
    It reminds me of the like Reddit thread like kids are.
    00:03:13
    Jack
    Freaking stupid, you know, like a kid like kid kids are like, oh, man, I wish I were old enough to mature enough to wash the dishes, you know? And they kind of trick you into doing it, you know? Yeah.
    00:03:23
    Xochitl
    Alright.
    00:03:27
    Xochitl
    I know. And you think it's fun and then you're like, you become an adult and you have to do the dishes every day. And the kitchen is never clean. And every time you cook something, the kitchen is dirty again. And then it just makes me want to eat out all the time because then I don't have to do dishes. I don't have to clean my kitchen. I just, lik

    • 13분
    Idiom Academy | 3 Idioms about Rain

    Idiom Academy | 3 Idioms about Rain

    In this episode of The A to Z English Podcast, Xochitl and Jack discuss three idioms related to rain.
    Transcript:
    00:00:00
    Jack
    Hey, A is the English podcast listeners. It's Jack here and we just want to announce that we are now on WeChat. Our WeChat ID is A-Z English podcast that is A-Z English podcast, one word all lowercase.
    00:00:17
    Jack
    And if you.
    00:00:18
    Jack
    Join the group. You will be able to talk with me. You'll be able to.
    00:00:22
    Jack
    Talk with social.
    00:00:23
    Jack
    And we can answer your questions. We can read your comments on the podcast. So we'd love for you to join us and be active in our we chat group. Our WeChat ID is A-Z English podcast. Thanks. See you on the app.
    00:00:51
    Jack
    Welcome to the A-Z English podcast. My name is Jack and I'm here with my co-host social. And today we are in the Idiom Academy and we have 3 idioms social what is what's our first one?
    00:01:01
    Xochitl
    Our first idiom is it's raining cats and dogs.
    00:01:06
    Jack
    Oh yeah, sure.
    00:01:08
    Xochitl
    What does that mean, Jack?
    00:01:10
    Jack
    Well, it means that uh, cats and dogs are are just falling from the sky for some reason. No, what it means is that it's raining very, very hard out there outside.
    00:01:24
    Jack
    So we, you know it's it's it's kind of an old idiom cause I can just picture like my grandfather or my dad saying, you know, like we're going outside to go in the car and it's oh, it's raining cats and dogs out there, you know. So we.
    00:01:32
    Xochitl
    Yeah.
    00:01:39
    Jack
    It's it's, it's.
    00:01:40
    Jack
    One of the the dumbest like idiots like we have.
    00:01:45
    Jack
    But it's so.
    00:01:45
    Xochitl
    Yes, weird.
    00:01:46
    Jack
    Common like people use it still all the.
    00:01:50
    Xochitl
    Yeah, it's kind of not like it's a very nonsensical one. Like why? I don't know if it's just because, like, when it rained really hard you. I don't know what the etymology is, which means like the origin. I really like origin is I think it's just like the slamming sound, maybe of rain. It's like a cat.
    00:02:09
    Xochitl
    Fell from your roof or something on? I don't know, so.
    00:02:13
    Xochitl
    I'm not sure it's not.
    00:02:13
    Jack
    I mean it it it, yeah.
    00:02:14
    Jack
    You could just any two nouns could be like it's raining bowl bowling balls and toaster ovens. You know, like it it could be it. It makes as much sense as, you know, cats and dogs so.
    00:02:22
    Xochitl
    Right, yes.
    00:02:27
    Xochitl
    Yeah, but for some reason we we chose cats and dogs. So like this thing.
    00:02:27
    발표자 3
    Yeah.
    00:02:31
    Jack
    Yeah, we chose cats and dogs. We have to live.
    00:02:33
    Jack
    With it, yeah.
    00:02:34
    Xochitl
    It's pouring. It's pouring. So which brings us to our next idiom. When it rains, it pours. Jack what?
    00:02:36
    Jack
    Yeah.
    00:02:42
    Xochitl
    That means only rain.
    00:02:43
    Jack
    Ohh this one I I like this one because like it's like when you when you get a little bit busy you get really busy. You know it seems like like you you you'll you'll go like weeks without any anything and then all of a sudden you have 20 things that you have to do. You know it's like.
    00:03:01
    Jack
    It just kind of, you know? Yeah, it's just like when it rains, it pours it a lot of rain comes, you know. But when there's nothing that nothing is happening.
    00:03:08
    Xochitl
    Right.
    00:03:11
    Xochitl
    When it rains, it pours. Or what's the other one? It can also mean when something bad.
    00:03:17
    Xochitl
    Happens that a lot of bad things happen, like let's say ohh you know I was. I was doing fine. Let's let's been fine. And then I broke my thumb and then my mom broke her leg and then we owe hospital bills and now?
    00:03:38
    Xochitl
    The hospital or out of our pain medication.
    00:03:40
    Xochitl
    Then and then my dad got in a car crash on his way.
    00:03:44
    Xochitl
    To.
    00:03:44
    Xochitl
    Pick us up. It's not a bad thing.
    00:03:45
    Jack
    Yeah, yeah, yeah. It's just like, yeah, yeah.
    00:03:49
    Xochitl
    It's kind of how it is. It's like if I don't know if you ever noticed, it's like one bad thing happens and then a bunch of

    • 7분
    Topic Talk | Introducing The A to Z English Corner!

    Topic Talk | Introducing The A to Z English Corner!

    In this episode of The A to Z English Podcast, Xochitl and Jack talk about their new venture in China with the creation of The A to Z English Corner.

    ❤ The A to Z English Corner Class Link:  
    https://voovmeeting.com/p/6511832952  
    10 Classes for Free! Mon. - Fri. @ 9:00p.m.
    WeChat: atozenglishpodcast  
     👉 Please follow these instructions:  
    1. Read and check the vocabulary in the questions  
    2. You must have clear audio  
    3. You must have a good internet connection  
    4. You must open your camera  
    5. You must speak English 

    Transcript:
    00:00:00
    Jack
    Hey, A is the English podcast listeners. It's Jack here and we just want to announce that we are now on WeChat. Our WeChat ID is A-Z English podcast that is A-Z English podcast, one word all lowercase.
    00:00:17
    Jack
    And if you.
    00:00:18
    Jack
    Join the group. You will be able to talk with me. You'll be able to.
    00:00:22
    Jack
    Talk with social.
    00:00:23
    Jack
    And we can answer your questions. We can read your comments on the podcast. So we'd love for you to join us and be active in our we chat group. Our WeChat ID is A-Z English podcast. Thanks. See you on the app.
    00:00:51
    Jack
    Welcome to the A-Z English podcast. My name is Jack and I am here with my co-host social. And today we have a very special episode and today's episode is titled.
    00:01:03
    Jack
    The A to.
    00:01:04
    Jack
    Z English corner.
    00:01:06
    Jack
    And social, we have exciting news for our listeners out there. We are starting an English corner in China.
    00:01:17
    Jack
    And we'll be teaching.
    00:01:18
    Jack
    Every day, you know, five days a week.
    00:01:21
    Xochitl
    Yeah, we're really excited about this. I want our listeners to know know that we're still going to be of.
    00:01:27
    Xochitl
    1st at least three episodes a week of 8OZ, and the reasoning for making the English corner is of course we'll be able to interact more with our students and we want to be able to keep making content for you guys because it takes a lot of effort and it takes money and time and it's expensive ultimately for Jack and I.
    00:01:47
    Xochitl
    To run the A-Z podcast. So yeah, this is an opportunity to benefit everyone and I'm really looking forward to it. Of course, we'll always remain loyal to the A-Z English podcast, and we'll keep making content for you guys. Ah, 100% free of charge.
    00:02:02
    Jack
    Right. We're never going to you.
    00:02:02
    Xochitl
    And.
    00:02:04
    Jack
    You never have to pay for the podcast.
    00:02:06
    Xochitl
    Yeah, never abandoned you for the podcast.
    00:02:08
    Jack
    Yeah, and. And the for the English corner, the 1st 10 classes are free. So you can, you know, you get to really take it for a test ride and see if you like it. You know, like you can, you can go to 10 classes for free if it's, if you enjoy it.
    00:02:28
    Jack
    Then you will become you. You will move on to VIP status for we we settled on 80 RMB a month.
    00:02:38
    Jack
    OK, which is about $10 a month. US ten U.S. dollars per month, but for $10 you're getting 20 classes.
    00:02:49
    Jack
    You know, Monday through Friday.
    00:02:53
    Jack
    Every every week, Monday through Friday 9:00 PM to 10:00 PM for so 9:00 in the evening in in China.
    00:03:03
    Jack
    And I don't know what you know. I'm not good at math, but $10.00 for 20 classes. What does that come down to $0.50 a class?
    00:03:13
    Xochitl
    Yeah, something like that.
    00:03:14
    Jack
    OK, OK. Yeah.
    00:03:17
    Jack
    Yeah. I mean, in the in the, in the real world, you know, one hour with a A.
    00:03:23
    Jack
    Native English speaker.
    00:03:25
    Jack
    Is probably about five times that much you know about 50 bucks an hour, something like that, you know.
    00:03:32
    Xochitl
    Right, that'd be 10 times as much as $0.50. Well, right per class. OK, I'm not strong mathematician, so that's why we keep.
    00:03:39
    Jack
    Sorry. Yeah, now we're.
    00:03:43
    Jack
    We're we're we're mapping poorly here again.
    00:03:45
    Xochitl
    That's that's why weird language teachers and.
    00:03:48
    Jack
    Hi.
    00:03:49
    Xochitl
    So yeah, I know I'm very excited about this. I'm looking forw

    • 7분

사용자 리뷰

5.0/5
1개의 평가

1개의 평가

kevtr0n ,

Helpful guys

Two helpful and funny guys with good explanations of things to help with English learning.

인기 교육 팟캐스트

6 Minute English
BBC Radio
All Ears English Podcast
Lindsay McMahon and Michelle Kaplan
Real English Conversations Podcast - Learn to Speak & Understand Real English with Confidence!
Real English Conversations: Amy Whitney & Curtis Davies - English Podcast
Culips Everyday English Podcast
Culips English Podcast
[쓸공언니] 경제 뉴스와 책 읽기
쓸공언니
Learning English Conversations
BBC Radio

추천 항목

After Hours
TED Audio Collective / Youngme Moon, Mihir Desai, & Felix Oberholzer-Gee
IELTS Energy English 7+
Lindsay McMahon, Jessica Beck, Aubrey Carter
The InFluency Podcast
Hadar Shemesh
Daily Easy English Expression Podcast
Coach Shane
All Ears English Podcast
Lindsay McMahon and Michelle Kaplan
Learn English | EnglishClass101.com
EnglishClass101.com