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Learn English podcast London Transport

Learn English podcast London Transport

 

London transport can be a bit of pain in the a#$@ sometimes. The Tube has lots of people on it and everyone is just trying to go to work or get home, so not many people feel like talking to a complete stranger sitting next to them. 

So people do different things on their commute to try to make life a bit more enjoyable: some people read a book, lots of people stare at their phones, some listen to music on big headphones, many people read the free London newspapers - The Evening Standard and The Metro.

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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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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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R&R 30: Australian accent - Living in the UK

R&R 30: Australian accent - Living in the UK

Hear the Australian accent with Lauretta talking about adapting to life in the UK. Free natural conversation podcast available for download on itunes.

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R&R 29: British Comedy is not 'Dinner for One'

R&R 29: British Comedy is not 'Dinner for One'

British native speakers talking about British comedy and how the funny shows that the Brits export are different from the shows that we watch in 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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R&R 27: Irish accent - Irish New Year celebrations

R&R 27: Irish accent - Irish New Year celebrations

Real & Relevant Podcast 27 Natural English Conversations between English teachers

 
Dave O'Hanrahan is from Dublin in Ireland. He's an English teacher at SGI sister school, The British Centre in San Sebastian, Spain. He's got a great Irish accent for you to listen to. Remember that to really improve your English listening skills, you should listen to as many different accents as possible.
 

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R&R 26: Northern accent - Xmas day traditions

R&R 26: Northern accent - Xmas day traditions

English teachers talking about their British childhood Xmas day traditions. Free download of mp3. One teacher has northern accent from Lake District, Cumbria.

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R&R 25: My Hero Thomas More - English conversation

R&R 25: My Hero Thomas More - English conversation

Natural English Conversation Real & Relevant Podcast 25

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