Everybody ESL

Everybody ESL

The podcast for everybody who wants to improve their English, practice their English, or just learn more English.

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    Episode 111 (mini)

    This mini episode teaches you a common and useful English phrase: “all of a sudden.”

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    Episode 110

    Vocabulary to describe busy people, a lesson about getting people’s attention, a discussion about using adverbs of frequency, the Joke of the Week, a listening quiz, and more.

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    Episode 109 (mini)

    This mini episode teaches you an interesting English expression: “Knock yourself out!”

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    Episode 108 (mini)

    This mini episode teaches you a good English expression: “out of the woods.”

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    Episode 107 (mini)

    This mini episode teaches you an interesting English expression: “keep your nose clean.”

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    Episode 106

    Words for hard-to-describe sounds, a discussion about talking to a stranger at your door, Part 4 of our series about count and noncount nouns, the Joke of the Week, a listening quiz, and more.

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    Episode 105 (mini)

    This mini episode teaches you an interesting English word: iffy.

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    Episode 104 (mini)

    This mini episode teaches you an interesting English expression: creature of habit.

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    Episode 103

    Episode 103 of the Everybody ESL podcast has vocabulary about small things, Part 3 of our series about count and noncount nouns, a lesson about needing more time at the grocery store check-out, the Joke of the Week, a listening quiz, and more. If you have questions, comments, or suggestions (or if you’d like to record an introduction for future episodes), send an email to EverybodyESL@gmail.com!

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    Episode 102 (mini)

    This mini episode presents another... Secret of Native Speakers: a surprising way to use the suffix –ish.

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