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R&R 28: English Village Life

Real & Relevant Podcast 28 Natural English Conversation between English teachers

  Paul is back in the pod today. If you heard his last podcast, you will know that he is a very experienced English teacher, specializing in the Cambridge FCE exam. He also grew up in a very small English village near the Lake District in Northern England.   SGI-028-English-village-life   Pod Subject: Growing up in an English village   Pod People: Paul Greening & Bren Brennan       You may also like some of our other 'accent' podcasts... 1. Northern accent - Paul again talking about Xmas day traditions 2. Irish accent - Teacher Dave talking about Boxing day in Ireland 3. Colonial RP accent - Teacher Naz talking about her historical hero 4. Received pronunciation accent (male) - Charlie talking about English gentlemen 5. Received Pronunciation accent (female) - Melissa talking about her love of books     Go to a list of all our podcasts         NOW YOU CAN DOWNLOAD THESE PODCASTS FREE FROM iTunes. Click on that link OR follow these instructions....

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Hi Bren, I am Nicolas , 39 years old French Male. I think that your podcasts are really fantastic as I have learnt English in language schools but in a more academic way and found it sometimes hard to mingle with other people in pubs , for example and have an informal chat. Having said this, I am back in London . I got a CELTA last March and I am still trying to find a job. I must say that I am a bit worried about it as I should be able to work a few hours a week somewhere.Don't you think? Equally, I have passed the main Cambridge suite such as FCE,CAE and CPE which means I have experiences in Cambridge examinations. Thank you for your advice. Kind regards, Nicolas

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