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Are you looking for a new and fun way to learn American English? Come hang out with Lindsay and Michelle from Boston and New York City and have fun while you improve your English listening skills! We are an English as a Second Language (ESL) podcast for intermediate to advanced English learners around the world. We will show you how to use everyday English vocabulary and natural idioms, expressions, and phrasal verbs and how to make small talk in American English. We will also give you special tips on American culture, customs, etiquette, and how to speak with Americans as well as conversation and commentary on study tips, business English, life in America and Boston and New York, how to apply to university in the US, dating, travel, food and more. You'll get TOEFL, IELTS, and TOEIC help also from The Examiner of Excellence, Jessica Beck. This podcast is for adult students who are professionals and university students as well as ESL teachers. Join the community to learn to speak American English like a native! Connection NOT Perfection!

All Ears English Podcast Lindsay McMahon and Michelle Kaplan

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Are you looking for a new and fun way to learn American English? Come hang out with Lindsay and Michelle from Boston and New York City and have fun while you improve your English listening skills! We are an English as a Second Language (ESL) podcast for intermediate to advanced English learners around the world. We will show you how to use everyday English vocabulary and natural idioms, expressions, and phrasal verbs and how to make small talk in American English. We will also give you special tips on American culture, customs, etiquette, and how to speak with Americans as well as conversation and commentary on study tips, business English, life in America and Boston and New York, how to apply to university in the US, dating, travel, food and more. You'll get TOEFL, IELTS, and TOEIC help also from The Examiner of Excellence, Jessica Beck. This podcast is for adult students who are professionals and university students as well as ESL teachers. Join the community to learn to speak American English like a native! Connection NOT Perfection!

    AEE 1575: Be a Heavy Hitter in English with These Natural Phrases

    AEE 1575: Be a Heavy Hitter in English with These Natural Phrases

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    AEE 1574: Small Potatoes and Vegetable Idioms

    AEE 1574: Small Potatoes and Vegetable Idioms

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    AEE 1573: This English Word is a Secret Weapon in Songs and in Life

    AEE 1573: This English Word is a Secret Weapon in Songs and in Life

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    AEE 1572: Speedbumps and Hypotheticals in English Conversation

    AEE 1572: Speedbumps and Hypotheticals in English Conversation

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    AEE 1571: The 3-step Formula to Express Yourself in English

    AEE 1571: The 3-step Formula to Express Yourself in English

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    AEE Bonus: A Shiny New Android App to Practice Your English

    AEE Bonus: A Shiny New Android App to Practice Your English

    Go to www.allearsenglish.com/app

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Оценок: 224

Оценок: 224

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From Russia with love

Guys, hiii !!

Straight to the point !!

I’ve been listening to your awesome, superb and spectacular podcast for quite a while now...
But I’d really appreciate your recording an episode on the topic of American spies...

Maybe some idioms that people who work for the intelligence services use...

I know a couple of idioms like: Jack in the box or Saturday night’s special (meaning a gun)

Needless to say, there are loads of them (spy related idioms) out there I’m sure, but maybe you could come up with some really great ones ?!

It’s such a fascinating topic I think

Anyways, keep on doing your great work.

Clarinet_Mom ,

Might be too loud

Hi girls! I’m Russian and ‘be been listening to your podcast for quite a while. On the whole it’s informative and helpful. But it gets way too annoying when Jessika starts speaking as if she’s about to explode with emotions right away. Could please cool down a bit. I understand it’s a cultural think. I mean, it’s an American thing to say ordinary things as if they were always SUPER exciting. But what if it sounded a bit insane for people from other cultures. Have you ever thought of that? Not to mention, this style may distract your listeners from important things you’re saying. Seriously, why always scream and speak as if you were watching a soccer game and your team were about to score the final goal. Please, please, please consider doing something about the style you present your information.

Iryna12! ,

Question

Hi Lindsay and Michelle! My name is Iryna. I’m from Kiev, Ukraine. Thank You for Your great job. I am on maternity leave now and for my developement i decided to study English. So i listen to your podcast while walking on the street with my baby and his carriage. It is the only free time i have.

Actually i have two questions. I have noticed that the most frequently used word of you both is the word awesome😊. As i know (and as my dictionary says) that it means fearsome, awful, terrible. But in the context i understand that you use it in a good sense when something good has happened. Explain please when to use this word and how to understand if something good has happened or not😄?

And also i would like my little son Damir who is 8 months old to speak English when he become older. Maybe you have some advises for parrents how and when to start learning English with their babies!

Thank You in advance. And Damir says Hallo to you😋.

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