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Welcome to The Jack and 'Chill Podcast, your go-to destination for sharpening your English listening skills while enjoying engaging conversations on a wide range of topics. Join your hosts, Jack and Xochitl, as they embark on a journey through language and culture, creating an immersive learning experience for English language learners.

Jack, a native English speaker, and Xochitl, a bilingual language enthusiast, come together to bridge the gap between language acquisition and real-life communication. In each episode, they explore fascinating subjects, share personal anecdotes, and dive into thought-provoking discussions to help you develop your English listening comprehension.

Whether you're looking to enhance your vocabulary, improve your pronunciation, or simply enjoy informative and entertaining conversations, The Jack and 'Chill Podcast is your ideal companion. From everyday topics like travel, food, and technology to deeper explorations of culture, history, and current events, Jack and Xochitl cover it all.

Tune in to The Jack and 'Chill Podcast to experience the joy of learning while relaxing and having fun. Each episode is designed to be informative, relaxed, and accessible, making it perfect for learners at all levels. So, grab your headphones, sit back, and join Jack and Xochitl as they take you on an educational and entertaining language journey.

Subscribe now and boost your English listening skills with The Jack and 'Chill Podcast. Let's learn, laugh, and 'chill' together!

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Welcome to The Jack and 'Chill Podcast, your go-to destination for sharpening your English listening skills while enjoying engaging conversations on a wide range of topics. Join your hosts, Jack and Xochitl, as they embark on a journey through language and culture, creating an immersive learning experience for English language learners.

Jack, a native English speaker, and Xochitl, a bilingual language enthusiast, come together to bridge the gap between language acquisition and real-life communication. In each episode, they explore fascinating subjects, share personal anecdotes, and dive into thought-provoking discussions to help you develop your English listening comprehension.

Whether you're looking to enhance your vocabulary, improve your pronunciation, or simply enjoy informative and entertaining conversations, The Jack and 'Chill Podcast is your ideal companion. From everyday topics like travel, food, and technology to deeper explorations of culture, history, and current events, Jack and Xochitl cover it all.

Tune in to The Jack and 'Chill Podcast to experience the joy of learning while relaxing and having fun. Each episode is designed to be informative, relaxed, and accessible, making it perfect for learners at all levels. So, grab your headphones, sit back, and join Jack and Xochitl as they take you on an educational and entertaining language journey.

Subscribe now and boost your English listening skills with The Jack and 'Chill Podcast. Let's learn, laugh, and 'chill' together!

    The Jack & Chill Podcast | Grief

    The Jack & Chill Podcast | Grief

    In this episode of The Jack & Chill Podcast, Jack and Xochitl talk about their experiences with loss and the grief that goes along with those experiences.
    Transcript:
    00:00:00
    Xochitl
    You are listening to the Jack and Chill podcast Jack. Today we have a little bit of a heavy topic brief Jack.
    00:00:20
    Xochitl
    Your experiences with grief and how would you define it for our listeners?
    00:00:24
    발표자
    OK.
    00:00:25
    Jack
    Yeah. So grief is A is a a tough topic and for our listeners out there, grief is the emotion that you feel when.
    00:00:33
    Jack
    Someone that you you loved, a loved one passes away or or dies.
    00:00:39
    Jack
    And for me, I I never really experienced it.
    00:00:47
    Jack
    I I I didn’t experience it for a long time because when I was born my 2 two of my grandparents were had already passed away or passed away when I was a baby. So you I just grew up never knowing my my grandfather on my father’s side.
    00:01:07
    Jack
    And I grew up not knowing my grandmother on my mother’s side and my grandfather on my mother’s side was alive. But we we weren’t really in contact with him. He was an abusive alcohol.
    00:01:22
    Jack
    Alec and so growing up, there was a lot of.
    00:01:29
    Jack
    Stress in my my mother’s family because of my grandfather’s drinking and and when he was when I was in middle or sorry, elementary school, maybe fifth grade during summer camp, my grandfather passed away in a nursing home and my parents.
    00:01:49
    Jack
    Ask me, you know, do you want to go to the funeral?
    00:01:52
    Jack
    We’ll come pick you.
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    Jack
    Up or you can just stay at camp and.
    00:01:57
    Jack
    I just stayed at camp and I I really felt nothing. I, I I remember meeting him one time in the nursing home and it was just scary, you know, because it was all all these.
    00:02:10
    Jack
    Elderly, sick people, very thin and.
    00:02:15
    Jack
    I he I just. I didn’t have any relationship with him at all. So I I really only had my my father’s mother, my grandmother, and my father my father’s side.
    00:02:28
    Jack
    And she we called her Bubba. Uh and Bubba was the best. You know? She really.
    00:02:39
    Jack
    Filled in for all the for the other three grandparents that didn’t have I I wouldn’t trade, you know, four grandparents for for one, Bubba and yeah, ever. Because she was amazing. And and she lived to be 92 years old.
    00:02:57
    Jack
    And so she passed. Maybe in, like, 2009. I think if I’m not mistaken, somewhere around there. Uh, my daughter was just a baby at the time and.
    00:03:10
    Jack
    And I I felt.
    00:03:11
    Jack
    Very, very sad, obviously because it’s it’s hard when you lose someone that you.
    00:03:18
    Jack
    Of but I also, on the other hand, she lived to be 92 years old, like she lived a very full life, a very long life. Yeah, I grew up in the Great Depression in America, in on a farm in South Dakota. So she was tough, you know.
    00:03:27
    Xochitl
    Right.
    00:03:38
    Jack
    Tough as nails like there is no, she didn’t. She wasn’t a, you know, delicate person. You know, she grew up in the hard times in America and she.
    00:03:55
    Jack
    Married my my grandfather, who was a a mechanic in the military. He served in Panama building of the Panama Canal during World War 2. So, you know, it was there just just that famous, you know, kind of story.
    00:04:15
    Jack
    1950s, they had their children. They grew up in the 50s and 60s. My my father was in elementary school in the 50s and then high school and university in the 60s and early 70s.
    00:04:29
    Jack
    And so that was my first experience with with grief. But in the last three about three years ago, my one of my very, very close friends, I probably I have a best friend from high school and a best friend from college.
    00:04:48
    Jack
    And my best friend from college passed away, and that was.
    00:04:57
    Jack
    You know it’s.
    00:05:00
    Jack
    He he was young, you know. I mean, not not. Maybe not not, you know, not not like in his 20s. He was in his his 40s but.
    00:05:10
    Xochitl
    That’s young to pass. That’s very young to p

    • 42 min
    The Jack & Chill Podcast | Medical Emergencies

    The Jack & Chill Podcast | Medical Emergencies

    In this episode of The Jack & ‘Chill Podcast, Xochitl and Jack talk about medical emergencies.
    Transcript:
    00:00:03
    Xochitl
    Jack, you kind of had a scary experience, not kind of. You definitely had a scary experience this week. Do you want?
    00:00:10
    Xochitl
    To tell our viewers about it.
    00:00:12
    Jack
    Yeah, I would, I.
    00:00:13
    Jack
    Would love to to share this. Some of our listeners out there who are students in our world English.
    00:00:22
    Jack
    Google meets class.
    00:00:24
    Jack
    I know that I’ve I have been absent lately. The last week or so, and about a week ago, my father had a a major heart attack which was terrifying, you know, for our family and when the.
    00:00:45
    Jack
    The doctors did tests and everything they found that basically.
    00:00:50
    Jack
    All the arteries and artery is like it’s like a tube that carries blood.
    00:00:55
    Xochitl
    Again, laser vein, right a major vein.
    00:00:57
    Jack
    Right. Because your heart pumps.
    00:00:59
    Jack
    Blood to the rest of your.
    00:01:01
    Jack
    Body and it and blood feeds into the heart and then it pumps out and.
    00:01:09
    Jack
    His his arteries were all blocked like they were up. Some of them were 99% blocked, which is, I mean, you’re he. He was not getting enough blood. Umm.
    00:01:23
    Jack
    And uh. And so he ended up having.
    00:01:26
    Jack
    A heart attack.
    00:01:27
    Jack
    And you know, it’s the life when when you lived the life that social and I have lived like, where you work overseas.
    00:01:40
    Jack
    You’re so far away from home and it’s very difficult to receive news that your your family member is is really sick or having a very serious medical emergency.
    00:01:54
    Jack
    And so it was really. Here’s an English expression, touch and go and touch and go means it was very delicate. Like he was very close.
    00:02:07
    Jack
    To to death.
    00:02:09
    Jack
    And luckily my my brother and his his wife were visiting my parents and they both work in the medical profession.
    00:02:20
    Jack
    Motion and my brother noticed the symptoms in my father and and and brought him into the hospital, and my dad has not left the hospital since that time and he actually went and had a a, a quadruple bypass and quadruples.
    00:02:41
    Jack
    It just means 4 quad means 4.
    00:02:44
    Jack
    UM triple bypass means 3 double bypass means two and bypass means one and so he had a A4 bypasses quadruple bypass surgery where they connect arteries. They basically go around.
    00:03:04
    Jack
    The bad part of the artery? The the tube that carries blood into the heart and out of the heart. And they, you know, created new tubes that were clear.
    00:03:17
    Jack
    And clean and they take those tubes from other parts of your body, like from your leg. Or maybe your arm. I’m not sure. And and they harvest them. They they put them, they sew them into.
    00:03:37
    Jack
    Into the heart and he he had that surgery and I just talked to him before the podcast maybe 10 minutes ago.
    00:03:46
    Jack
    No, and he’s out of surgery and he’s doing really, really well. And so it was one of those, like, just terrifying moments where.
    00:03:58
    Jack
    You know, you you.
    00:04:01
    Jack
    You do that kind of like thinking in your head like is.
    00:04:05
    Jack
    Is that the last time I’m gonna?
    00:04:08
    Jack
    Talk to my dad, you know, like, is this is this it like and and and you know, before he went into surgery.
    00:04:16
    Jack
    And so for those 24 hours while he was, you know, in surgery and and coming out of the surgery.
    00:04:23
    Jack
    It was, you know, I was trying to distract myself by listening to podcasts or, you know, talking with my wife and stuff like that. But luckily, everything went really, really well. And so it looks like he’s going to make a full recovery.
    00:04:43
    Jack
    And you know, and for any of our our listeners out there or anyone and I know that you recently experienced a loss in your family. I’ve experienced a a pretty significant loss a couple of years ago and it’s it’s just really scary and painful.
    00:05:04
    Jack
    UM, all the uh. Here’s another expression.
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    • 43 min
    The Jack & Chill Podcast | The Challenges of Podcasting

    The Jack & Chill Podcast | The Challenges of Podcasting

    In this episode of The Jack & “Chill Podcast, the two hosts discuss the difficulty of growing an audience for a podcast, a vlog, or a You Tube channel.
    Transcript:
    00:00:00
    Xochitl
    You are listening to the Jack and Chill podcast.
    00:00:14
    Jack
    All right. So so. So tell me about your, uh, your travel page, your social media.
    00:00:20
    Jack
    Travel page.
    00:00:21
    Xochitl
    Like the struggle is so real with trying to grow social media and you know you and I have experienced this before because we’re trying to grow A-Z English podcast. And the complication is really cut to grow, especially for like niches like.
    00:00:37
    Xochitl
    Like language, learning, podcasts, or travel pages or whatever, because there’s a lot of quality content and bizarre content and like attention grabbing content that’s competing with your content and everyone’s attention span has become so short. Because I’m guilty of this too. Like, I’ll see a real or like a video or a post.
    00:00:59
    Xochitl
    On my Instagram and I’ll like it, but I won’t finish watching it. I’ll just, like, give it a like or save it.
    00:01:04
    Xochitl
    For later, which I never go back to and.
    00:01:07
    Xochitl
    And just keep.
    00:01:08
    Xochitl
    Like I won’t sit there and watch.
    00:01:09
    Xochitl
    A 5 second video.
    00:01:12
    Xochitl
    For three seconds and and that’s how they measure it. To promote your videos. How many people? How many? 3 second views did you get? At least in Instagram and Facebook?
    00:01:23
    Xochitl
    That’s how they promote your content is based on the amount of three second views you’re getting, because if you’re able to capture some of the attention for three seconds, that means that your real is classified as interesting enough to keep showing it to more people. That’s the metric. Now is 3 seconds of your time.
    00:01:40
    Jack
    Goodness, that’s good.
    00:01:41
    Jack
    Grief. I know exactly you’re talking about. It’s like.
    00:01:47
    Jack
    It it almost takes like you almost have to be delusional, like crazy to to even think that that you can be successful in this space. You know what I mean? It’s it. It takes. Yeah. It takes like a level of like self delusion where you just kind of trick yourself into thinking you’re going to be successful.
    00:02:07
    Jack
    Because it’s so saturated with like.
    00:02:12
    Jack
    Like you said, quality.
    00:02:13
    Jack
    Content and bad quality content you know like.
    00:02:17
    Jack
    It’s it’s a.
    00:02:17
    Jack
    Mix of everything and when you jump in there, you’re just like your one tiny little star in the Galaxy. Like there’s no there’s, you know, and then you just from there, you have to just start building.
    00:02:33
    Jack
    Some sort of fan base, you know, and the only way to do that is by participating in social media, because if you go into these groups and you just spam.
    00:02:45
    Jack
    Them you’ll be. That’s worse than not promoting your podcast at all, you know, like, yeah, I’ll get banned right from the group right away. And everyone will look at me like, oh, that person is just a they’re just a spammer, you know? So what you have to do is you have to get involved in these groups and you have to become like a member.
    00:02:51
    Xochitl
    Wait, you’re good, ban.
    00:03:06
    Jack
    And that it takes a lot of time right? To like answer, reply to emails, reply to social media posts and Facebook posts and stuff like that. And then after you do that for.
    00:03:18
    Jack
    Like a month. If somebody asks you like, hey, by the way, do you know a good podcast to to learn English? And then you could say ohh yeah, I know a good podcast. It’s called the A-Z English podcast and you could then finally drop it, but you have to.
    00:03:33
    Jack
    Do it in that.
    00:03:33
    Jack
    Very subtle kind of way, but all that work and all those hours of like.
    00:03:39
    Jack
    Time I spent, you know, chatting with with people in the groups just to become a member and accept it into the group so that I could, you know, and it’s it’s really like that’s the

    • 37 min
    The Jack & 'Chill Podcast 5 | Merry Christmas!

    The Jack & 'Chill Podcast 5 | Merry Christmas!

    In this episode of Jack & 'Chill, the two answer some Christmas related "this one" or "that one" questions. Then they talk about some annoying holiday traditions. After that, they discuss The Grinch. Finally, they share what makes their hearts grow three sizes.
    Transcript:
    00:00:00
    Xochitl
    You are listening to the Jack and Chill podcast alright, Jack. For this episode of Jack and Chill I have a fun game of this or that which for viewers.
    00:00:20
    Xochitl
    Means that I will ask Jack whether he would prefer one option or a second option and he will tell me which one he prefers and then I will also answer.
    00:00:30
    Xochitl
    So Jack, do you prefer fruit cake, which is a holiday dessert that is kind of unpopular in the US? It's basically a kind of like a loaf of cake with candied fruits incorporated into it. Or ambrosia salad, which is a creamy.
    00:00:50
    Xochitl
    Sweet salad with several different types of fruit and fruit flavored marshmallows in it.
    00:00:59
    Jack
    Yeah. You know, when I was a kid, I would have said ambrosia salad. I would prefer that because it's kind of the texture is kind of like it's kind of like jello jello or, you know, kind of a Jelly.
    00:01:14
    Xochitl
    Yeah, like a sweet whipped.
    00:01:16
    Jack
    Yes, sweet whipped, very light. It's it's you.
    00:01:20
    Jack
    You know the expression.
    00:01:21
    Jack
    There's always room for Jello, you know? So at the end of of a big meal, you could still eat a little bit of ambrosia salad and it's not going to fill you up too much. And it's sweet, but now I've I think it's disgusting. It's way too sweet. It's just.
    00:01:40
    Jack
    I would rather have a a slice of fruitcake.
    00:01:43
    Jack
    To be honest.
    00:01:45
    Jack
    I don't mind fruitcake that much. I mean, I know that it's it's not my favorite dessert, but it's got some nuts in it. It's got some.
    00:01:56
    Jack
    A little bit of candied fruit and a little bit of cake, so you know it's not. It's not too much, it's it doesn't overload the senses like ambrosia salad does.
    00:02:10
    Jack
    I don't know. What do you think?
    00:02:12
    Xochitl
    Uhm, I never liked ambrosia salad, even as a kid I had kind of weird taste buds, like I prefer dark chocolate over milk chocolate. Even from being a little child and.
    00:02:23
    Xochitl
    I I would drink.
    00:02:23
    Jack
    Yeah, that's sophisticated.
    00:02:25
    Xochitl
    Black Coffee, also as a child, is the Mexico kids drink coffee. I had. I did add some sugar into it, but I wouldn't put any milk and I didn't like it. Very sweet because I like the like kind of bitter flavor profile.
    00:02:40
    Xochitl
    So I always had weird taste buds and.
    00:02:42
    Xochitl
    I hated hamburger salad. It was just horrible and I would say I would pick fruit cake even though as a kid I also didn't like the texture of like the candied fruits, raisins and like nuts in it.
    00:02:54
    Xochitl
    I would pick. I would pick those out, but now as an adult, I think I could just eat the whole thing. I think with like a coffee.
    00:03:00
    Xochitl
    Be or like a.
    00:03:04
    Xochitl
    One chip which we make in Mexico, which is like the hot.
    00:03:06
    Xochitl
    Fruit punch. Drink, I think.
    00:03:07
    Xochitl
    That it would be tolerable.
    00:03:10
    Jack
    Yeah, I would.
    00:03:11
    Jack
    I would be right now I would be very satisfied with a slice of fruit cake and a a latte.
    00:03:18
    Jack
    Like that would be. That would be nice like with my neck but a.
    00:03:22
    Xochitl
    I'll be hitting on Jack.
    00:03:22
    Jack
    Like a bowl.
    00:03:23
    Jack
    Of a bowl of marshmallows with you know, Jello and whip and whipped cream does not.
    00:03:27
    Xochitl
    With green.
    00:03:30
    Jack
    It doesn't sound good to me. It's just a. Yeah, it's nasty.
    00:03:35
    Xochitl
    Right now, yeah, I can't imagine it would be, like, hard to get a spoon down and then with the food cake, it's like, yeah, I could do it. You know, I I wouldn't mind, actually. Yeah.
    00:03:44
    Xochitl
    I got you. All right, Jack, for next one. Do you prefer eggnog or hot chocolate?
    00:03:50
    Jack
    Yeah, I know we're going to have a a bitter argument about this one

    • 57 min
    The Jack & 'Chill Podcast 04 | Thanksgiving

    The Jack & 'Chill Podcast 04 | Thanksgiving

    In this episode of The Jack & 'Chill Podcast, Xochitl and Jack discuss American Thanksgiving traditions.
    Transcript:
    00:00:00
    Xochitl
    You are listening to the Jack and Chill podcast.
    00:00:13
    Xochitl
    Alright, Jack, today we are going to be talking about Thanksgiving, which our listeners may or may not know is a family holiday celebrated here in the US.
    00:00:23
    Xochitl
    It traditionally was supposed to commemorate.
    00:00:27
    Xochitl
    Sharing between the pilgrims and Native Americans, of course, we know that.
    00:00:32
    Xochitl
    That's not historically accurate at all.
    00:00:35
    Jack
    Right. Or it's a very oversimplified description of the situation, yeah.
    00:00:41
    Xochitl
    The situation but.
    00:00:44
    Xochitl
    Today, it's kind of divorced from its original meaning mostly, and it's kind of just a family holiday where you eat food together. So.
    00:00:53
    Jack
    Right.
    00:00:56
    Xochitl
    Yeah, I want to ask you, our viewers may or may not know there's some typical things you usually eat during Thanksgiving. I would say Turkey, stuffing, cranberry sauce, mashed potatoes, gravy.
    00:01:06
    Jack
    Mashed mashed. Yeah.
    00:01:12
    Xochitl
    I think those are the ones that like you basically can't skip.
    00:01:16
    Jack
    Right.
    00:01:17
    Xochitl
    And and then each family has. Sorry, go ahead.
    00:01:18
    발표자 3
    It's just.
    00:01:21
    Jack
    No, I was going to say that's exactly right. If there's no stuffing that it doesn't really. It's like that's one really important component of, like, Turkey Mashed potato, stuffing and cranberry sauce like you.
    00:01:33
    Jack
    Have to have.
    00:01:33
    Xochitl
    Like cranberry sauce gravy gotta have that.
    00:01:36
    Xochitl
    And then most people have something green, like a green beans or a salad or some kind of green side. But I would feel those are like the.
    00:01:44
    Xochitl
    Staples. And then each family has things that pretty much just their family makes. Oh, sweet potato casserole or sweet potatoes. And some preparation is another big popular food. Yeah.
    00:01:49
    Jack
    Right.
    00:01:55
    Xochitl
    I would say for the ones that my family makes, it's Kush which is like a cornbread dish with hard boiled eggs and green onion.
    00:02:06
    Xochitl
    And then oysters, which is like oysters, literally strained canned oysters in a casserole dish with like, a bread crumb topping.
    00:02:18
    Xochitl
    It's really good, you know both.
    00:02:18
    발표자 3
    OK.
    00:02:20
    Xochitl
    Of them sound weird, but they're both really delicious.
    00:02:22
    Jack
    Yeah, yeah. I mean we, our, our weird one was lesa because we're the Scandinavian, right? My, my fan no left side is like a a potato pancake with just it just literally has butter on it and then sugar and then you roll it, roll it up. Yeah. I mean it's it's.
    00:02:40
    Xochitl
    That sounds good.
    00:02:44
    Jack
    It's full on, like causes diabetes, you.
    00:02:47
    Jack
    Know what I?
    00:02:47
    Jack
    Mean like you could trace it right back to to that. But but it's so good. It tastes so good.
    00:02:48
    발표자
    Right.
    00:02:55
    Xochitl
    Right. So my oh, and my thing is ever since I started making the Thanksgiving spread pretty much on my own, I started doing this since I was about 24 every year, I pretty much make the whole spread on my own. This year, my mom made the oysters, which were probably the best thing, actually.
    00:03:16
    Xochitl
    Besides that, I've pretty much made everything else myself.
    00:03:20
    Xochitl
    And ever since I started making this spread myself, I only make fried chicken instead of Turkey.
    00:03:26
    Jack
    OK, wow. Alright. A substitution. A different bird. Yeah.
    00:03:30
    발표자
    Yes. Yeah.
    00:03:32
    Xochitl
    Yeah, I just Turkey is like a lot for a kind of smaller family gathering. I don't like the flavor as much. And then for like, one person cooking most of the main dishes, it's really hard for, like, one person to prepare the Turkey on their own pretty much.
    00:03:48
    Jack
    And everyone likes fried chicken.
    00:03:49
    Xochitl
    Is this something?
    00:03:51
    Jack
    I mean you can.
    00:03:52
    Xochitl
    Ohh yeah.
    00:03:53
    Xochitl
    Come

    • 42 min
    The Jack & 'Chill Podcast 03 | Friends, Family, and Holidays

    The Jack & 'Chill Podcast 03 | Friends, Family, and Holidays

    In this episode of The Jack & 'Chill Podcast, Xochitl and Jack discuss the Mexican holiday The Day of the Dead. Then, they talk about close friends and family members who have passed away. Finally, they discuss Christmas and how magical it feels when we're young and how we cannot hold on to that magic as we get older.
    If you would like us to discuss a specific topic or offer some language or life advice, send us an email at thejackandchillpodcast@gmail.com. We'd love to hear from you!
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