Discuss Things More to Challenge Yourself

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It’s fine to listen, watch, and read English; you do need input. Talking and writing are fine, too. However, you need to make sure you are really challenging yourself so that you can get better. If you can read and understand this website then I am sure you can give your opinion and reasons for it.

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Podcast: Daily Routines

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This week’s podcast is about daily routines.

Remember, adverbs of frequency (always, sometimes, usually, never) go before the verb.

I always wake up at half-past six.

Adverbial phrases go at the end of the clause.

I go running three times a week.

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Also, you can stream it on Stitcher here or in the sidebar.

Describe the Atmosphere with Adjectives and Idioms

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When talking about places or events it is often interesting or necessary to describe the atmosphere. How did it feel to be there? People want to know details like this so they can imagine the situation. This is true both when speaking and writing.

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