Why should you listen to a podcast episode about moose? Is it worth your time? Yes, I just need you to trust me here. You’ll learn a lot of English words related to nature and animals, you’ll hear about the lives of these fascinating mammals and hear some odd stories of those moments when their lives coincide with ours. That’s right, Moose live in many northern U.S. states. We’ll answer questions like: 1. What is it like to live near moose?2. Will I be attacked by a moose in the Northeast?2. Do Americans hunt moose? Do they eat moose?This episode might also save your life.
Two years ago, I started Season 3 (Episodes 101 – 150) and it’s been a journey. In this episode, you’ll hear about the many cultural topics we covered in the past 50 episodes. You’ll hear which episodes were the most popular among listeners, which stories left me speechless and which ones I found incredibly useful.
Today I had the pleasure of tapping into his knowledge with the goal of finding out how we can learn better. In our chat, Ben and I talk about common misconceptions in language, learning, the genius of mnemonic devices and how to acquire new vocabulary effectively.
English is full of loanwords, including German ones. In today’s lesson, you’ll hear 10 German Words in English.
The expression “up in the air” is used in situations where your plans are not yet decided or finalized. Learn how to use it in a variety of contexts in this expression episode.
Brent Watson, also known as “Speak English with This Guy,” is a middle school English teacher from Maine. In this episode, he shares his experience growing up in the Pine Tree State! You’ll learn about the local delicacies, such as lobster, whoopee pies and moxie and learn how you, as a visitor, can take advantage of the state.