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English stereotypes Listen to English podcast

English stereotypes Listen to English podcast

Here is another Listen to English podcast with native English speakers from London.

In this episode, teachers Melissa and Bren talk about the typical characteristics associated with the English and life in the UK.

 

So, you will hear natural language and vocabulary to do with drinking a cup of tea, only eating fish and chips, always carrying an umbrella, loving the queen, wearing bowler hats, eating scones and clotted cream. All those quintessential British things!

 

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Luckiest or unluckiest man ever? - English listening practice video

Luckiest or unluckiest man ever? - English listening practice video

Excellent video for a short English listening practice. Vocabulary list to help understanding. Tips from an English teacher on how to watch the video to improve listening skills.

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English listening exercise - motivation from Jim Carrey

English listening exercise - motivation from Jim Carrey

Improve your listening skills with our tips and this short English listening exercise. Watch the video using the vocabulary list and transcript to understand more vocabulary.

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English listening exercise - LOOK UP viral video

English listening exercise - LOOK UP viral video

A viral video which is a fantastic English listening exercise. A full transcript helps you understand everything that is said in this video about social media.

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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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Real English - learn English without studying: Fun Friday #5

Real English - learn English without studying: Fun Friday #5

You can learn real English without even studying with our Fun Friday lessons. Watch cool and interesting videos (chosen by our English teachers) to improve listening skills.

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Easy English - Fun Friday #2: Videos and cartoons

Easy English - Fun Friday #2: Videos and cartoons

Easy English with videos & cartoons. It's like you're not even studying but you can improve your vocabulary, grammar and listening.

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English listening test and answers: The British Museum is 255 years old

English listening test and answers: The British Museum is 255 years old

An English listening test for you to improve your listening skills. Listen to the audio about the British Museum & answer the multiple-choice questions about numbers.

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R&R 40: Listen to English - Christmas in the UK

R&R 40: Listen to English - Christmas in the UK

Listen to English to improve your vocabulary, grammar and listening skills. 2 native-speakers talking in a completely natural way about christmas traditions in the UK. Free podcast available on iTunes, Soundcloud and within the blog

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Angelina Jolie double mastectomy

Angelina Jolie double mastectomy

The world's most famous actress undergoes a deeply personal medical issue and goes public to benefit the women of the world. Listening, vocabulary glossary and great English learning opportunity.

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