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.
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.
Have you ever heard of Dr. Seuss? He’s the creator of the Grinch, Cat in the Hat and over 40 other classic children’s books. Learn about him!
Learn 10 Words a Day. Today you’ll hear 10 French loan words in English, with definitions, new example sentences and more.
Today, Lindsay takes us on a journey to discover Colorado, one of the most stunning mountainous states in the western United States. On our 3-day trip to Colorado, via audio, we’ll not only get a taste of what it’s like to be a tourist there, but hear from a local’s standpoint what culture, beauty and adventures awaits us.
Over 40% of Americans are somewhat superstitious. If you look closely, signs of good and bad luck are all around us. From lucky colors and coins to the unlucky numbers, cats and situations, learn more about 13 Common Superstitions that are ingrained in American culture.