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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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Pub Quiz: English Pronunciation

Pub Quiz: English Pronunciation

The SGI Social Programme is probably the best way to learn English (when you are not in class) because you can chat in a relaxed atmosphere with your friends, but you also have 1 or 2 SGI teachers there to give you a hand with your English speaking. And it's for free!!!

Last night, we had the SGI Annual Pub Quiz, which is always great fun for students and teachers.

 

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Understand Business English like a native (part 2)

Understand Business English like a native (part 2)

Understand Business English properly with our videos that show what a native speaker says and what they really mean. To learn English for business you need an understanding of culture behind the vocabulary. Our videos show you the true meanings of Business English phrases.

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Speak Business English like a Brit - do you really understand?

Speak Business English like a Brit - do you really understand?

Speak Business English like a Brit When you are in a Business English situation, sometimes people don't say exactly what they mean.

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Speak English like a native speaker watching the World Cup

Speak English like a native speaker watching the World Cup

Watch the 3 videos to learn how to speak English like a native speaker for special moments while watching football. Watch, practise the phrases (shout them) and come to London to complete your English training.

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How to speak English 2014 World Cup

How to speak English 2014 World Cup

Learn how to speak English with 3 short videos that show what native-speaker Brits say when they watch football. Listen and repeat to improve your English.

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English mistake by a native speaker - can you spot it?

English mistake by a native speaker - can you spot it?

An English mistake by a native speaker on the London tube today. Read what was said and try to find the mistake.

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Valentine’s Day facts and history with free audio of native English speaker

Valentine’s Day facts and history with free audio of native English speaker

Valentine’s Day facts and history give us a chance to practise saying numbers in English. Free Lesson plan for English teachers. Learn all the essential information about this famous day

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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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Native Speakers of English talking about film and cinema

Native Speakers of English talking about film and cinema

Two native speakers of English (and also two English teachers) talking about film/cinema in a natural conversation to help develop listening skills and improve vocabulary.

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