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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!

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Ali Sayadi ,

A sad fact!

Hi guys. Let’s drop the part that how great your podcast is, because it is :)  Recently I’vee been thinking that why some people don’t learn English as muh as the others who is taught in same circumstances. And I know there are a lot of elements which foster language learning, from high level of motivation, a strong interest in the language to a productive studying strategy and being exposed to real life situation. But one factor that has been neglected is talent. We need to admit that learing new laguage involves some brain activities that is called talent and not all the people have the same amount of talent . I'm trying to say that some learners due to lack of some natural abilities will not learn new language, no matter how hard they try. This is my opinion let me know how do you guys see this.

Jeydvc ,

Come & go

Hey girls, first of all, I wanted to say I absolutely love your show. I started listening to podcasts a few weeks ago, and started looking for something to improve my English and boom! Found you guys. I’m originally from Venezuela, but I’ve been in the US since 2013, so even though my English isn’t bad at all I’m still learning everyday and trying to do my best to correct it. I’m 37 yo now so it isn’t that easy lol. Anyways, I always get confused with the way some people use the word “come”, the way I’ve seen it for years you’ll use to say you’re kinda returning from a place, ex.: I came back from the beach, it comes and go, the sounds it’s coming from upstairs, etc. So, when people say “I’ll come to you”, “I’ll come to your house” I just feel like it doesn’t make sense to me, even though I’ve used several times the phrase “I’m coming over”. It’ll be great if you guys can just explain more about it so that I can understand better when it’s right for me to say “do you want me to come to your house?” Or “do you want me to go to your house?” (I think both are correct, but this gets me all the time. Thanks ! You guys are great, I listen to you both on my way to work EVERYDAY!. Jeffrey Cumana from Frederick, Maryland.

Sonofspr ,

Such an energy

I have been listening to this podcast since a month and I am already reaping the benefits. I can’t wait to listen to all the episodes from the archives. Thanks guys

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