Englishflash On Fire Podcast is a FREE podcast for the busy English language teachers and learners where teachers collaborate with each other to be more effective in teaching English and where learners get more information on how to learn English quickly and easily.
In this episode, you will get the chance to listen how native speakers use native English speakers some hesitation noises and be able to practice them with yourself.
In this episode, you'll get the chance to practice the appropriate intonation on the ways to ask a yes or no question.
In this episode you will practice saying the reduced form of 'and' to sound more like an American.
In this episode, you will learn on when to use the article a and an and the linking verbs have and has.
In this episode, you will learn the principal reason for prioritizing intonation when learning American English.
In this podcast, you will know what to do for you to develop your English fluency fast.
In this episode, you will learn a phrasal verb that will make you sound like a native speaker.
In this episode, you will learn the effective way that would increase your English level by only doing two things.
In this episode, you will learn one of the most effective way to increase the amount of vocabulary words you have and to remember them easily.
In this episode, we are going to talk about the part 1 of the IELTS speaking test in which you will learn on how to approach this part of the IELTS Speaking test.
In this episode, you will learn how to use the personal pronouns with the linking verbs "to be" in the simple present affirmative.
This episode is for Intermediate level English learners. It shows the things you need to do when you meet or want to meet someone who is a foreigner.
In this episode, we are going to look at one more way to extend your answer which is giving of preferences and the expressions you can use with this. knowing this helps you to show a variety of vocabulary.
Here is another way for you to extend your answer which is giving of examples and the expressions you can use with this.
In this episode, you will be able to know how you can extend your answer and for you to practice making your answer longer.
In this episode, you will be shown on how you can be more fluent in English in just three months for only spending a couple of minutes a day.
In this episode, you will be able to know the things that the examiner assesses and the expressions you can use to talk about what you like and what you dislike instead of always saying I like or I don't like.
In this first episode of IELTS, you will become familiar with the IELTS Speaking Test which is the introduction.
In this episode, you will learn about food from other countries.
This episode gives you a chance for you to talk about your mother. After listening, you will know the task you will do for you to practice your spoken English.
In this episode I am giving you some tasks to do for you to effectively improve your ability to understand American native English speakers as they speak English.
This episode shows you the correct way to pronounce some nouns and verbs with -ed, d,, s, and es endings to improve your English language pronunciation. Before you listen to this episode, you need to get a piece of paper to transcribe the words that I am going to give you.
This episode talks about why people from around the world come and visit my city.
In this episode, I am going to give you a tip for learning American Pronunciation.
In this episode, you will learn one of the most important things you need to focus on as you learn English. Many English learners have difficulty on this as they speak in English.
In this episode, you will be able to know what to do in order for you learn connected speech in English. If you want to be able to understand native speakers, then this episode is for you.
In this episode, you will know what to work on for you to be understood by native English speakers easily. Not only that, you will get to practice them in this episode.
In this episode you will be able to practice using collocations and expressions such as cross one's mind, cut it out, to get married and to be married to someone.
In this episode, you will learn to ask questions in asking for information politely using an embedded question. You will also learn what introductory phrases the embedded questions are attached to.
In this episode, you will learn collocations with do and make and on how to use them. You will also learn the difference between the verbs do and make.
This episode is the first part of the Collocation series. It is called, Collocations Part 1. In this episode, you will learn the differences between keep, catch, and hold, their collocations, and on how to use them.
In this episode, you will learn that the prepositions, to, for, and from are pronounced differently when they are used together in sentences and you will be able to pronounce them correctly when they are used in sentences.
In this episode, you will learn an expression you can use when you want to visit someone in English and on how to respond to the expression appropriately. You will also be able to have the chance to identify words that are mispronounced.
In this episode, you will know the reasons why many Korean English Learners don't sound like a native speaker. In this episode also, it talks about three major problems that are faced by them as they learn English. It also provides resources on how you can improve your English skills.
In this episode, you will learn why is it important to learn collocations. You will also learn some collocations and on how to correctly pronounce some words. There is also a dialogue in this podcast where you will learn some expressions you use when Buying something at a store in English.
In this episode, you will learn how to ask questions when you want more information about what the other person is doing.
In this episode, you will learn what a sentence is and the parts of it.