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Hello Spoken English

Hello Spoken English

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Using English movie clips, we will train you how to master spoken English and help you speak like a native speaker. You will learn the English way of thinking, linking sounds rules and speaking automation.
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Listen to Natural Spoken English!

English Teacher Melanie

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In this podcast for English learners, Melanie uses core vocabulary to tell you a story about something that happened in her daily life in Canada. Each episode also includes a pronunciation lesson that explains something she said in the story. She speaks naturally and with a standard American accent. http://www.EnglishTeacherMelanie.com | Twitter: TeacherMelanie, Facebook: EnglishTeacherMelanie, YouTube: TeacherMelanie
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Improve your English in a fast, fun and convenient way. Professional and experienced teachers help you improve your English grammar, vocabulary, idioms and more. All levels: from elementary to proficiency. Visit our website www.perfectlyspoken.com to find out more about our courses and live practice.
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Welcome to this week’s News Talk This is the audio recording of our live group class where Stephanie Marston and David de Jager talk about 3 hot stories in the news and chat with English learners from across the world. This is a really enjoyable way to practise listening to natural English and learn some new vocabulary each week. Here are a few clu…
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Welcome to this week’s News Talk This is the audio recording of our live group class where Stephanie Marston and David de Jager talk about 3 hot stories in the news and chat with English learners from across the world. This is a really enjoyable way to practise listening to natural English and learn some new vocabulary each week. ** APOLOGIES FOR A…
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Welcome to this week’s News Talk This is the audio recording of our live group class where Stephanie Marston and David de Jager talk about 3 hot stories in the news and chat with English learners from across the world. This is a really enjoyable way to practise listening to natural English and learn some new vocabulary each week. Here are a few clu…
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Welcome to this week’s News Talk This is the audio recording of our live group class where Stephanie Marston and David de Jager talk about 3 hot stories in the news and chat with English learners from across the world. This is a really enjoyable way to practise listening to natural English and learn some new vocabulary each week. Here are a few clu…
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Welcome to this week’s News Talk This is the audio recording of our live group class where Stephanie Marston and David de Jager talk about 3 hot stories in the news and chat with English learners from across the world. This is a really enjoyable way to practise listening to natural English and learn some new vocabulary each week. Here are a few clu…
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Welcome to this week’s News Talk This is the audio recording of our live group class where Stephanie Marston and David de Jager talk about 3 hot stories in the news and chat with English learners from across the world. This is a really enjoyable way to practise listening to natural English and learn some new vocabulary each week. Here are a few clu…
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Welcome to this week’s News Talk This is the audio recording of our live group class where Stephanie Marston and David de Jager talk about 3 hot stories in the news and chat with English learners from across the world. This is a really enjoyable way to practise listening to natural English and learn some new vocabulary each week. Here are a few clu…
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😱 😡 A common (or even coarse) expression of surprise or anger. Let's find out how and when people use this phrase and whether it’s right for you! 🎧 😎 Welcome to “Understanding British Slang” by Perfectly Spoken In this series we look at some of the most useful and interesting words and phrases in British slang in use today. We look at what they mea…
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🤔 Ever felt unsure about something or someone? Then 'dodgy' might be the word you were looking for. Let's learn what it means and when to use it. 🎧 😎 Welcome to “Understanding British Slang” by Perfectly Spoken In this series we look at some of the most useful and interesting words and phrases in British slang in use today. We look at what they mea…
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💰 Time to talk money. Let's explore where this word comes from and how to use it. 🎧 😎 Welcome to “Understanding British Slang” by Perfectly Spoken In this series we look at some of the most useful and interesting words and phrases in British slang in use today. We look at what they mean and give examples of how to use them correctly. Visit our webs…
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🚽 Have you heard of 'loo'? It's another word for ‘toilet’ in British English. Let's look at where it comes from and how to use this common word. 🎧 😎 Welcome to “Understanding British Slang” by Perfectly Spoken In this series we look at some of the most useful and interesting words and phrases in British slang in use today. We look at what they mean…
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Welcome to this week’s News Talk This is the audio recording of our live group class where Stephanie Marston and David de Jager talk about 3 hot stories in the news and chat with English learners from across the world. This is a really enjoyable way to practise listening to natural English and learn some new vocabulary each week. Here are a few clu…
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😜 Want to know about friendly (or not so friendly) teasing? 'Take the mickey' is all about that. Let's look at its meaning and how and when it's used. 🎧 😎 Welcome to “Understanding British Slang” by Perfectly Spoken In this series we look at some of the most useful and interesting words and phrases in British slang in use today. We look at what the…
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😴 Ever been or felt super tired? 'Knackered' might be the perfect word to describe that feeling. Come learn about this word and when people use it. 🎧 😎 Welcome to “Understanding British Slang” by Perfectly Spoken In this series we look at some of the most useful and interesting words and phrases in British slang in use today. We look at what they m…
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Welcome to this week’s News Talk This is the audio recording of our live group class where Stephanie Marston and David de Jager talk about 3 hot stories in the news and chat with English learners from across the world. This is a really enjoyable way to practise listening to natural English and learn some new vocabulary each week. Here are a few clu…
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😄 Have you ever felt super proud and happy? 'Chuffed' is the word! Let's discover what it means and how people use it. 🎧 😎 Welcome to “Understanding British Slang” by Perfectly Spoken In this series we look at some of the most useful and interesting words and phrases in British slang in use today. We look at what they mean and give examples of how …
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😔 Feeling really, really sad? 'Gutted' might be the word for you. Join us to learn what it means how people use it in everyday conversations. 🎧 😎 Welcome to “Understanding British Slang” by Perfectly Spoken In this series we look at some of the most useful and interesting words and phrases in British slang in use today. We look at what they mean an…
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Welcome to this week’s News Talk This is the audio recording of our live group class where Stephanie Marston and David de Jager talk about 3 hot stories in the news and chat with English learners from across the world. This is a really enjoyable way to practise listening to natural English and learn some new vocabulary each week. Here are a few clu…
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🍻 Ever wonder why Brits say 'cheers' so much? Let's talk about it! We'll explore where this word comes from and the different ways it's used in daily life. 🎧 😎 Welcome to “Understanding British Slang” by Perfectly Spoken In this series we look at some of the most useful and interesting words and phrases in British slang in use today. We look at wha…
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😎 OK mate? This is a very common word that friends use a lot in Britain and Australia. We'll learn where it comes from and how to use it correctly. 🎧 😎 Welcome to “Understanding British Slang” by Perfectly Spoken In this series we look at some of the most useful and interesting words and phrases in British slang in use today. We look at what they m…
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Welcome to this week’s News Talk This is the audio recording of our live group class where Stephanie Marston and David de Jager talk about 3 hot stories in the news and chat with English learners from across the world. This is a really enjoyable way to practise listening to natural English and learn some new vocabulary each week. Here are a few clu…
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Welcome to this week’s News Talk This is the audio recording of our live group class where Stephanie Marston and David de Jager talk about 3 hot stories in the news and chat with English learners from across the world. This is a really enjoyable way to practise listening to natural English and learn some new vocabulary each week. Here are a few clu…
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Welcome to this week’s News Talk This is the audio recording of our live group class where Stephanie Marston and David de Jager talk about 3 hot stories in the news and chat with English learners from across the world. This is a really enjoyable way to practise listening to natural English and learn some new vocabulary each week. Here are a few clu…
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Welcome to this week’s News Talk This is the audio recording of our live group class where Stephanie Marston and David de Jager talk about 3 hot stories in the news and chat with English learners from across the world. This is a really enjoyable way to practise listening to natural English and learn some new vocabulary each week. Here are a few clu…
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Welcome to this week’s News Talk This is the audio recording of our live group class where Stephanie Marston and David de Jager talk about 3 hot stories in the news and chat with English learners from across the world. This is a really enjoyable way to practise listening to natural English and learn some new vocabulary each week. Here are a few clu…
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Welcome to this week’s News Talk This is the audio recording of our live group class where Stephanie Marston and David de Jager talk about 3 hot stories in the news and chat with English learners from across the world. This is a really enjoyable way to practise listening to natural English and learn some new vocabulary each week. Here are a few clu…
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Welcome to this week’s News Talk This is the audio recording of our live group class where Stephanie Marston and David de Jager talk about 3 hot stories in the news and chat with English learners from across the world. This is a really enjoyable way to practise listening to natural English and learn some new vocabulary each week. The stories in thi…
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Welcome to this week’s News Talk This is the audio recording of our live group class where Stephanie Marston and David de Jager talk about 3 hot stories in the news and chat with English learners from across the world. This is a really enjoyable way to practise listening to natural English and learn some new vocabulary each week. Here are a few clu…
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Welcome to this week’s News Talk This is the audio recording of our live group class where Stephanie Marston and David de Jager talk about 3 hot stories in the news and chat with English learners from across the world. This is a really enjoyable way to practise listening to natural English and learn some new vocabulary each week. Here are a few clu…
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😲🤔 Have you never said 'You have to be kidding!’? You must be joking! This popular idiom is one of the most common ways to express disbelief. 🙃 In our newest podcast, we look at the use and variations of this lighthearted idiom which is such a natural and informal way of expressing surprise and astonishment. We’re not kidding ! 🎧 ⭐ Welcome to “Top …
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👐🆘 Need to 'give a hand' or looking for some help? 👐 In this podcast episode, we’re lending you a big hand to understand how offering a hand became synonymous with offering assistance, and some useful examples that'll give you a hand to incorporate caring expression into your everyday English! 🎧 ⭐ Welcome to “Top English Idioms” by Perfectly Spoken…
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💚🤢 Ever felt 'green with envy'? 🌱👀 We examine this colourful expression in our latest podcast episode! Learn why envy turned green (even before Shakespeare’s time) and how this phrase grew into a common way to describe jealousy. You may turn green with envy if you miss it! 🎧 ⭐ Welcome to “Top English Idioms” by Perfectly Spoken ⭐ In this series we …
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🐘🚪 What's big and silent, and central to our conversation? It's 'the elephant in the room'! 🤫 In this podcast episode, we look at how and why we use this huge idiom. Discover how a metaphorical elephant became the symbol for big issues issues that no one wants to talks about. Ready for an eye-opening journey? Tune in and let's address the elephant …
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🌌💥 Have you ever had something happen totally 'out of the blue'? 🤷‍♂️🌈 In this podcast, discover what the full expression is as well as its origin and examples of how you can use it correctly ' when something unexpected or ‘out of the blue’ happens to you. 🎧 ⭐ Welcome to “Top English Idioms” by Perfectly Spoken ⭐ In this series we look at some of t…
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Welcome to this week’s News Talk This is the audio recording of our live group class where Stephanie Marston and David de Jager talk about 3 hot stories in the news and chat with English learners from across the world. This is a really enjoyable way to practise listening to natural English and learn some new vocabulary each week. Here are a few clu…
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🧊👣 Got 'cold feet' about something? 🤔🧊 We hope you warm to the possible origins behind this chilly idiom and how it became linked to nervousness, second thoughts and weddings that never happened! ⭐ Welcome to “Top English Idioms” by Perfectly Spoken ⭐ In this series we look at some of the most useful and interesting English idioms and phrases that …
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What does it mean when 'the ball is in your court'? 🎾🏀 It’s not just about sports! On In our next podcast, we’ll toss you the origin of this game-changing saying and serve up examples where you can use it. Ready to play? Then catch this episode, because the ball's in your court now! 🎧🏆 ⭐ Welcome to “Top English Idioms” by Perfectly Spoken ⭐ In this…
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Ever paid so much it felt like it 'cost an arm and a leg'? 💰😩 We're counting the cost of this expression in our new podcast episode! Learn how this idiom became best way to describe expensive things. Listen to examples that won’t cost an arm and a leg. In fact, they are free and worth every penny! 🎧 ⭐ Welcome to “Top English Idioms” by Perfectly Sp…
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Think it's 'raining cats and dogs'🐱🐶 ? 🤔 That's an oldie! In our latest podcast, we splash into where this soggy saying came from and why it's fading away. 🌧️🚫 But don't float away yet. Tune into our downpour of modern phrases that will help you understand how people really talk about heavy rain today 🎧💬 ⭐ Welcome to “Top English Idioms” by Perfect…
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Is there anything really as great as 'the best thing since sliced bread'? 🤷‍♂️🎉 Join us as we explain the origin of this delicious compliment and how to use it to describe people as well as things Ready to loaf around with some fun facts? Tune in to our podcast - it's possibly the best thing since sliced bread🎧🍞 ⭐ Welcome to “Top English Idioms” by…
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Ever 'spilled the beans' and shared a secret? 🙊 I this podcast episode, we're pouring out the story behind this quirky phrase. From ancient voting rituals to accidental gossip, discover why spilling beans means letting the cat out of the bag. Tune in - it's time to spill the beans on 'spill the beans'! 🎧👂 ⭐ Welcome to “Top English Idioms” by Perfec…
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Feeling sick or just not right? We say we're 'under the weather.' 🤒 But why? What's the Story? 🚢 Sail with us in our podcast as we find out where this saying comes from. You'll get fun examples of how to use this phrase today. (So grab your headphones and listen 🎧⚓ ⭐ Welcome to “Top English Idioms” by Perfectly Spoken ⭐ In this series we look at so…
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Curious why we say 'keep in the loop'? 🤔 In this podcast, we circle back to the roots of this inclusive phrase. 🧶🔄 Join us as we look at examples of how this idiom is used in business and for everyday use. Let’s keep you in the loop and make sure you staying informed!🎧 ⭐ Welcome to “Top English Idioms” by Perfectly Spoken ⭐ In this series we look a…
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"Believe it when pigs can fly"? 🐷✈️ Learn why flying pigs became the symbol for the unbelievable. Tune in and learn how you can use this porky expression correctly 🎧🌟 ⭐ Welcome to “Top English Idioms” by Perfectly Spoken ⭐ In this series we look at some of the most useful and interesting English idioms and phrases that British people use. We look a…
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Ever wonder why a simple task is called a 'piece of cake'? 🤷‍♂️🍰 Tune into our delicious podcast episode where we serve up fun facts and examples to make learning English a... well, piece of cake! 🎧 ⭐ Welcome to “Top English Idioms” by Perfectly Spoken ⭐ In this series we look at some of the most useful and interesting English idioms and phrases th…
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Ready to 'hit the hay' after a long day? 🌟 But wait, why do we even say that? Listen as we discuss the sleepy origin of 'hit the hay'...or 'hit the sack'.🚜🌾Press play to tuck into this bedtime story before you actually hit the hay tonight!🎧😴 ⭐ Welcome to “Top English Idioms” by Perfectly Spoken ⭐ In this series we look at some of the most useful an…
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Ever 'dropped the ball' on something important? 🙈We all make mistakes, but where did this saying come from and how do we use it? 🏈🎈 Tune in to hear examples of how you can use this popular phrase today tales from the times of old games to the plays of today 🎧 ⭐ Welcome to “Top English Idioms” by Perfectly Spoken ⭐ In this series we look at some of …
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Ever had to 'bite the bullet' and face something tough? 🤔💪 In this podcast episode, we're chomping down on the gritty origins of this brave phrase and exploring how "biting the bullet" became a metaphor for enduring the hard stuff. So if you've got a minute to learn something cool, press play and join the adventure! 🎧🏹 ⭐ Welcome to “Top English Idi…
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Welcome to this week’s News Talk This is the audio recording of our live group class where Stephanie Marston and David de Jager talk about 3 hot stories in the news and chat with English learners from across the world. This is a really enjoyable way to practise listening to natural English and learn some new vocabulary each week. Here are a few clu…
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Welcome to this week’s News Talk This is the audio recording of our live group class where Stephanie Marston and David de Jager talk about 3 hot stories in the news and chat with English learners from across the world. This is a really enjoyable way to practise listening to natural English and learn some new vocabulary each week. Here are a few clu…
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