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Listen to English podcast FOOD

Listen to English podcast FOOD

British food has a bad reputation around the world, but the idea of our food being rubbish is a bit outdated.

For decades now, celebrity chefs have had extremely popular television cookery programmes (think of Jamie Oliver, Gordon Ramsay and Nigella Lawson) and the standard of cuisine across Britain has been raised immeasurably.

Everywhere you go through the UK, you can find gastro pubs serving incredible mouthwatering meals that will make your taste buds tingle and mean that you never say 'fish and chips' again to describe English food.

 

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Are celebrities heroes? Listen to English conversation: R&R 42

Are celebrities heroes? Listen to English conversation: R&R 42

Listen to English to improve vocabulary & grammar. Real English conversation (no script) very different from an English textbook. Listen to natural English from native speakers.

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R&R 41: Does travel broaden the mind? Real English conversation

R&R 41: Does travel broaden the mind? Real English conversation

Two English teachers from London in real English conversation. Is travel good for you? The podcast is definitely great for learning English and improving your vocabulary.

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

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

Men vs women - the oldest debate. Here, 2 native speakers from London have a natural conversation about gender roles, equality, multi-tasking etc. Listen to the fun discussion between 2 friends.

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Pre-intermediate English Lesson in London: Conversation: Food waste

Pre-intermediate English Lesson in London: Conversation: Food waste

Last week, the Elementary/ Pre-intermediate English conversation class made a video on Food Waste. Did you know that in Britain, we throw away 7.2 million tonnes of food every year?

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R&R 37: Best food ever - English conversation podcast

R&R 37: Best food ever - English conversation podcast

Free podcast of English conversation between 2 native speakers talking about food, allergies and 'having a sweet tooth'. Real conversation - unplanned, unscripted and relevant language to improve your vocabulary and listening skills.

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English Conversation Podcast 36: London Restaurants

English Conversation Podcast 36: London Restaurants

Free English conversation podcast (also available on iTunes) with two British natives talking about food and restaurants in London. Genuine conversation with no planning or editing

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English conversation 35: Is it art?

English conversation 35: Is it art?

English conversation podcast between two British English native speakers. Real conversation without script or preparation. Subject - modern art. Improve English Listening Skills and vocabulary.

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R&R 33: English stereotypes from abroad

R&R 33: English stereotypes from abroad

What are the English stereotypes that people have from abroad? Two English teachers (in real, unplanned conversation) that have lived abroad discuss what generalisations that foreigners think about when they think of England.

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R&R 28: English Village Life

R&R 28: English Village Life

Have you ever wanted to know what life is like in a small English village? Cottages, helpful neighbours, idyllic childhood - it's all in this free podcast of natural English conversation between two English teachers.

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