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Best 英会話 podcasts we could find (updated March 2020)
Best 英会話 podcasts we could find
Updated March 2020
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Otaku! ??? uses the interesting Japanese sub-culture from Akihabara to inspire interest in learning English. By using original Japanese words created in Otaku culture based on Patrick Galbraith's book The Otaku Encyclopedia, the show teaches Japanese how to explain these words in English. Also, on another level, we learn about Akihabara and the sub-culture in more details. It is a 3 dimensional way to learn! Most importantly, it's fun! ?
 
セカンドライフ熊本ジャパンから生まれたラジオ番組。熊本と京都を遠隔で結んで収録。熊本弁と関西弁を交えた面白トーク番組の第二弾!この番組は、松島観光ホテル岬亭の提供でお送り致します。【松島観光ホテル岬亭】www.misakitei.co.jp
 
?????????????????Weblish?????????????????????????????????????????????????John Daub??????????????????????????This show is a collection of the top Weblish themed HALLOWEEN / scary English lesson video podcasts from 2007. Hosted and produced by John Daub in his living room / studio, these lessons are a fun way to get into the Halloween spirit and learn English. Sometimes Dracula also appears as your teacher! Also, to learn more English, please watch out other shows [Vocabulary Generator ????, I ...
 
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This handshake looks pretty firm. Is it ok for a job interview? On the 19th episode of Your Question, we handle the following question: Q: Is a FIRM handshake recommended for a job interview? It seems a bit intimidating. Here are my thoughts and suggestions: In short, the answer is YES! It is very important to always give a firm handshake when you …
 
On the 10th episode of Speaking Skills, we learn how to develop this skill: Clarifying Sometimes in a conversation, it’s hard to understand the other person. Perhaps, they use a word you don’t know or their explanation is unclear. In this lesson, we learn how to ask the other person to clarify what they mean. Also, we learn how to clarify our own e…
 
Many students want to know the answer. But is it really a good question? On the 35th episode of the English 2.0 Podcast, we talk about the following question from students: Is this correct English? One of the most common question I am asked by students is, “Al, is this correct?” Of course, this is a very good question to ask but I have found it dif…
 
Learn 4 ways you can listen actively and improve your conversations! On the 13th episode of the AudioBLOG, we go over the following Blog post: Power Conversation: Active Listening Learning how to have a natural and meaningful conversation with someone has been one of the hottest topics among my students recently. On this episode of the English 2.0 …
 
Can you pronounce these two words clearly? Practice with this episode of the English 2.0 Podcast! On the 32nd episode of the Pronunciation Point, we look at the following topic: FAST vs. FIRST These two words are sometimes hard to distinguish when pronouncing them. This is especially true for Japanese students. Al explains the differences and gives…
 
What should you do to prepare before you study abroad? On the 18th episode of Your Question, we handle the following question: Q: How can I prepare for my study abroad? Here are my thoughts and suggestions: Instead of focusing on English, focus more on culture and daily life experiences. Learn about customs and the school or program you will be att…
 
On the 2nd episode of the Best of Periscope, we look at 3 different Periscope lessons and videos over the last few months: 1. Pronunciation: “Congratulations” 2. Grammar Question: “Still” 3. Star Wars Episode 7 Discussion Periscope is an app for your smartphone or tablet which allows you to broadcast or watch live video! I’ve been using Periscope f…
 
aaaHey Hey Everyone. ????????Here's a new podcast. Part 2 is coming in less than a week, so listen to this one ASAP! Also, for Skype Lessons or Live Lessons in the cafe in Osaka, please contact me at my email address: nateenglishlab@gmail.comwww.google.comgoo.gl/Ue3Op3content_copy
 
Thanks for Listening. 2 things- 1) RATE AND REVIEW THE PODCAST- If you have time, please rate and review our podcast in itunes! We really really appreciate ratings and reviews! 2) BECOME MY STUDENT- take my skype lessons by sending me a form at this url?www.nateenglishlab.com/privatelessons/. See you next time!…
 
Maintaining a conversation can be easy and fun if you remember the 3 keys! On the 12th episode of the AudioBLOG, we go over the following Blog post: Power Conversation: How to Maintain a Coversation Learning how to have a natural and meaningful conversation with someone has been one of the hottest topics among my students recently. On this episode …
 
On the 34th episode of the English 2.0 Podcast, we talk about the following topic: How to Network with Success One of the most important topics I cover with my business students is how to network and socialize in order to build great relationships. This is not only limited to the business world. Networking and building relationships can be extremel…
 
Can you pronounce countries and nationalities properly? Let’s look at some examples in this episode! On the 31st episode of the Pronunciation Point, we look at the following topic: Word Stress in Countries and Nationalities In some cases, when we pronounce the name of a country, the word stress is not the same when we pronounce that country’s natio…
 
For our 8th Teacher Interview, we talk to ESL Lecturer Erik Peterson. On the 8th episode of the Teacher Interview, we talk to Erik Peterson from the University of Wisconsin-Stout! Erik is a Lecturer at the University of Wisconsin-Stout in the ESLI (English as a Second Language Institute) Department. He has a Masters Degree and several years of teac…
 
Listening or Reading? Which is better to improve Speaking? On the 17th episode of Your Question, we handle the following question: Q: Which is better to improve speaking? Listening or reading? Here are my thoughts and suggestions: Of course both are important for developing knowledge and fluency in a foreign language. Both reading and listening hav…
 
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