Welcome to my podcast for English Language Learners.

Improve your listening comprehension by listening to my conversations with guests from all over the world. By listening to real conversations between a native or non-native English speaker and me, you will improve your understanding of different English accents, connected speech, and you’ll learn interesting things about people, language and travel along the way.

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I love to use your podcast. I think that contact with real, alive language is the best way to improve our language skills. When you can listen to something interesting, you are more focused on it and try to understand more. Using the podcast gives me contact with different accent, cultures, way of living. It helps when you work in international company. You and your speakers give me a lot of ways how to learn more effectively. It shows that everybody can learn foreign languages. Lesson guides, which are prepared by you, allow me to understand more and you explain some difficult words or phrases. I think that when you listen a lot, you can use some words and phrases subconsciously. You don’t know why, but it seems to be right. 

Nataliafrom Poland

Get helpful tips for listening to the podcast in my interview with Alexandra Kapinya at Visual English School here.

Read Cláudia’s full testimonial here. One of my regular listeners wrote to me about her experience.

Tetiana Bilokin, an English teacher from Ukraine was my guest for episodes 67 & 68. You can read her review of the podcast here. TetianaPodcastReview

Contact me and request a transcript. Just tell me the number of the episode.

Episode 92, 93 & 94 –  My guest is Svetlana Klimova, a Russian Linguist now living in Spain. In the first part of our conversation, Lana talks about her passion to live abroad, learn the local language and immerse herself in another culture. She’s lived in 5 countries and traveled to 28! In part 2, we discuss one of my favorite topics: English as Lingua Franca. In part 3, we discuss the language of Emojis.

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