12 English Podcasts Every English Learner Should Listen To Want to improve your English, but don’t want to look at any more textbooks? If so, I’ve got the answer you’ve been searching for – English podcasts. Why Learn with English Podcasts? English language podcasts are an excellent way to learn English quickly. You can listen to them anytime anywhere – at your desk or while you’re on the move. With a little dedication, English language podcasts will help you quickly improve your listening skills and proficiency. At FluentU, we love this combination of reading, watching and listening. When you’re ready to start listening to podcasts, I’ve selected some of the best podcasts on the net. The English We Speak (iTunes – website) Put down your textbook for a moment and learn from some of the most knowledgeable experts of the English language, the BBC (British Broadcasting Corporation). The podcasts are published weekly, and each one has a bite-sized duration of 3-4 minutes. The English is spoken at a slightly slower speed than normal. And One More Thing…
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elllo | English Listening Online Le guide du web pédagogique 2011 : Anglais Par Christine Reymond Cette année le coup de coeur est le site de Stéphane Bussutil qui vous propose des ressources actuelles et des idées de mise en oeuvre et d’activités originales, et surtout des tutoriels faciles à suivre pour créer vos propres ressources à partir de logiciels et de l’internet. Ensuite, retrouvez les 3 incontournables, un site de compréhension audio, des sites d’information faciles à utiliser, 3 sites pour aider le prof et des dictionnaires. Coup de coeur Another Teacher’s Website Sur son site, Stéphane Bussutil nous propose des resources pour le cours, des videos sous-titrées, des chansons, mais surtout des tutoriels pour savoir récupérer vos propres documents audios et videos et les mettre en forme (sous-titres, couper/coller, ajouter des blancs, etc) . Les incontournables Primaire : The British Council Teaching English Collège : Rescol Lycée : Vigilangues Elllo.org Films
esl-aloud I like to eat in a restaurant once a week. It gives me a chance to try different types of foods. Also it gives me a break from cooking. Last Friday I went with a friend to an Italian restaurant. I like to eat in a restaurant once a week. I like to eat out once a week. It gives me a chance to try different types of foods. It allows me to become familiar with different cuisines. Also it gives me a break from cooking. Also it gives me a night off from cooking. Last Friday I went with a friend to an Italian restaurant. Last Friday a friend and I went out for Italian food. We didn’t have to make a reservation. There was no need to reserve a table. We were seated immediately. We were shown to a table right away. There were many choices on the menu. The menu was extensive. The prices were reasonable. The prices looked good. We ordered a red wine from California. We ordered a California red. We decided not to get an appetizer. We decided to skip the appetizers. We ordered our main courses. We ordered our entrees.
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