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Best Learnenglish podcasts we could find (updated April 2020)
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Updated April 2020
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Advanced English classes. Learning English by audio is for advanced English language learners and fluent English speakers. Beginners classes are here https://eattmag.com/learn-english/ This English by audio podcast can help you test your memory if you are a fluent English speaker. If English is your second language, you can test how much English you understand if you are a proficient English user or IELTS 7-8 TOEFL iBT 94-109 TOEIC 901+ CAMBRIDGE CPE these classes can help you listening skil ...
 
Learn English the fun way—by listening to a podcast in English! Plain English is a program that you can understand! Join Jeff twice a week for an American English podcast about current events, such as American culture, travel, business, technology, politics and sports. The episodes also help you learn English vocabulary, idioms, phrasal verbs, English grammar and other expressions. Best of all, the show goes at the right speed for you—just a little bit slower than native speech. By listening ...
 
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We are only a couple weeks into social distancing, self-quarantining, and trying to flatten the curve, and people are already antsy to get back to normal life. With a COVID-19 vaccine still over a year out, enough people – 60 to 80 percent – will need to catch the virus to slow its spread. But the costs, both human and otherwise, will be devastatin…
 
Did you know that there are at least four different ways to use the -ING form of verbs in English? You might already know one or two of these, but after this lesson you'll have a more complete understanding of when we use English verbs in the -ING form. English grammar can be difficult, but I try to make it easy for my students! To learn grammar fr…
 
If you thought the coronavirus was bad in the rich world, it could be many, many times worse in the developing world. Flattening the curve will be a much greater challenge in areas without running water for hand washing, and where the choice between quarantine and work may also mean the choice between starving and putting food on the family table. …
 
There’s a new oil producer on the block. Guyana, a tiny nation of less than a million people, and the third-poorest nation in South America, just discovered oil reserves off its coast. Guyana is on the cusp of a critical national decision, one that may determine whether the oil will bring its citizens fortune or misfortune. Plus, learn the English …
 
If you frequently confuse the verbs SAY, TELL, SPEAK, and TALK, you’re not alone – these are some of the most commonly confused English words! They seem like they all mean the same thing - and they are similar - but we actually use them differently in English. In this lesson, I’ll teach you the difference between say, tell, speak, and talk, and hel…
 
Millions of people worldwide are adjusting to life under quarantine. While everyone’s day-to-day might look different depending on where you are in the world, we’re sharing some universal tips from experts on how to maintain your balance and prioritize your mental health during this time of uncertainty and social distancing. Plus, learn the English…
 
Stadiums are empty. Sports channels have no events to cover. Cruise ships are docked. Broadway is dark. Movie sets are quiet. The entertainment industry came to a halt to help slow the spread of the coronavirus. I guess it's time to catch up on your Netflix shows and documentaries. Plus, learn the phrasal verb “come into contact.” Take your English…
 
Today I want to answer a question from a student who asked how to pronounce words ending in -ILE, like the word "mobile." Words with this ending are a little tricky because there’s a pronunciation difference between British and American English. I’m from the U.S., so I’m going to teach you the way we say these words in American English. We’ll pract…
 
Italy is the first nation to impose a nationwide quarantine in an attempt to contain the coronavirus. The Italian government imposed serious constraints, including restricted travel, social guidelines, and all businesses were ordered shut. The lockdown will undoubtedly have a major impact on Italy’s already-fragile economy. Plus, learn the English …
 
In the 1980s, Colombian drug lord Pablo Escobar imported four hippos from Africa for his private zoo. After Escobar’s death, the hippos were too big and expensive to move and were left to roam and reproduce. Now, the Colombian hippo herd count is at 80 and counting, which is posing serious problems for the local environment and population. Plus, le…
 
"Time" is one of the most common words in English - but do you know all the different ways you can use the word time? In today's lesson, you'll learn 16 common collocations with the word TIME, such as: waste time, kill time, it's about time, stall for time There's also a quiz to help you practice the collocations in this lesson - you can click here…
 
After a disastrous start to the Democratic primaries, former vice president, Joe Biden, completed one of the most dramatic political turnarounds in recent memory. It’s now a two-man race with Senator, Bernie Sanders, for the Democratic nomination to take on Donald Trump in the November presidential election. Plus, learn the phrasal verb to “write o…
 
In today's episode, we review the latest news on five previous topics: Hong Kong, the yellow vest protesters, Alex Trebek, Boeing, and Trump's challengers.By Jeff B. | PlainEnglish.com | Helping you learn English through current events
 
This lesson is on one of the topics that’s most requested by my students – it’s all about phrasal verbs with the word “get.” We have get off, get by, get along, get over, get back, and lots more… and some of these have multiple meanings! These 20 phrasal verbs with "get" are very common in everyday English, so you need to learn them. I’ll make them…
 
Safe-injection sites are places where individuals can bring their own drugs, such as heroin and methamphetamine, and take them with clean needles under supervision of trained medical personnel. Although this progressive model has been successful in Europe and Canada, the first US city that attempted to open a safe-injection site was met with strong…
 
By analyzing the DNA of living men and women in today’s West Africa, scientists have discovered a new branch of humanity. Until recently, our knowledge of human lineage came primarily from the study of fossils, but with rapid advances in understanding DNA and the human genome, scientists are beginning to make discoveries without physical fossil evi…
 
If you want to speak fluent English, it's important to learn phrases and expressions - NOT just individual words. This is especially important when studying idioms. Why? Because it's often NOT possible to understand the meaning of the idiom by looking at the individual words... instead, you must learn the meaning of the entire idiomatic expression.…
 
The coronavirus has already taken a significant human toll, with tens of thousands infected and over 2500 deaths worldwide. But in addition to the human toll, the world economy is starting to feel the negative effects of the virus. Luxury goods and tourism are some of the first industries seeing slowdowns. Plus, learn the English phrase “silver lin…
 
Branching out into the gardens with Paul we continue our conversation from part 1 https://eattmag.com/join-us-in-part-one-of-our-tour-of-the-royal-botanic-garden-sydney/ Where we began our tour standing on the original footprint of the 1816 Botanic gardens a small section of what was known as the Governor’s domain to start this botanic garden. From…
 
What do brands like Warby Parker eyeglasses, Bonobos pants, Casper mattresses, and Harry’s razors have in common? They are all part of the direct-to-consumer revolution that is disrupting the traditional retail model. Direct-to-consumer brands are helping eliminate confusion, bring down prices, and make shopping fun again. Plus, learn the phrasal v…
 
Today's lesson is a quiz to help you practice some English words that are frequently spelled wrong. These spelling mistakes are made by both English learners and by native English speakers. Can you spell all 10 words right? It’s much easier to avoid mistakes in English when you know exactly what to watch out for! You can learn to correct the most c…
 
In the fourth in our series of destinations, we visit Brooklyn, one of the five boroughs of New York City. Brooklyn is known for its thriving art and literature scene, brownstone architectural style, independent restaurants, eclectic shops, coal-fired pizza, craft breweries, and its hipster subculture. Plus, learn how to use the English phrase “you…
 
In late January, two of the biggest undersea cables serving Africa unexpectedly broke, resulting in slowed internet speeds for hundreds of millions of users across the continent. Turns out, the fiber-optic cables we rely on are just one-inch wide and are susceptible to breakages by both man-made and natural causes. Plus, learn the English phrase “s…
 
Today you’ll learn 14 conversational English phrases about the weather. If you want to know how to talk about the weather in English, beyond the basic phrases of “It’s sunny” and “It’s raining,” then this lesson is for you. As you can see, these are real English phrases that native English speakers use to talk about the weather – from hot weather t…
 
The paper face mask is now trending in Asia and globally as people scramble to protect themselves from the deadly coronavirus. Tens of thousands of coronavirus cases have been reported in China, with isolated cases emerging from around the world. But is the face mask helping? Something more common sense might work even better. Plus, learn the phras…
 
The third-ever impeachment of an American president didn’t appear to change much in American politics. Throughout the proceedings, most Americans either went about their usual business or had their existing opinions about the president reinforced. Trump was – not surprisingly – acquitted of two charges: abuse of power and obstruction of Congress. I…
 
Today we're going to practice pronouncing some difficult English words that feature the letter R, like choir, drawer, rural, library, temperature, and more. Do you have a difficult word that you want to know how to pronounce correctly in English? If so, tell me about it, and I'll add it to my list for future lessons! If you want to continue learnin…
 
Kobe Bryant, one of the world’s biggest sports superstars, along with his teenage daughter and seven others, were killed in a helicopter crash outside of Los Angeles. Since then, the sports world has publicly grieved the loss, and there has been an outpouring of tributes and remembrance in their honor. Plus, learn the English expression “eligible f…
 
For 150 years, the conventional wisdom has been that the normal human body temperature is 98.6 degrees. But new research suggests that the new normal is more than a degree cooler. Researchers aren’t exactly sure what’s causing the change, but one theory suggests it could be a sign that humans are getting healthier. Plus, learn the English expressio…
 
We’ve just started the month of February, and I realized it’s been a long time since I did an English vocabulary lesson with pictures – so in today’s lesson, you’re going to learn 10 vocabulary words starting with the letter F. In addition to learning what these words mean, you can also practice pronouncing them by repeating the words after me. Tha…
 
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