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R&R 39: Men vs Women – Real English debate

R&R 39: Men vs Women   Real English debateTwo native English speakers talking in a completely natural way. That is what our ‘Real and Relevant’ podcasts are all about an English textbook.

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- improve your English listening skills
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- widen your vocabulary
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This is the 39th conversation podcast from SGI – they are all available for free download from itunes.

 

Today’s natural conversation, Men vs Women, includes gender roles, equal pay, standing up for pregnant ladies on public transport, multi-tasking and much more.
In this conversation, you can hear two Brits, Melissa and Bren. Both are teachers at SGI English school in London.

 

Pod Subject: Men vs Women

Pod People: Melissa & Bren

 
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R&R 39: Men vs Women   Real English debate
 

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Question for Comments Section

 
DOES EQUALITY EXIST? OR DO WE LIVE IN A SEXIST WORLD?

 

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2. English stereotypes
3. Shakespeare, my hero
4. Things you miss about England
5. Books & literature
6. Best food ever

 

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