How to study English when you’re old, the difference between bare and bear, the last time Ana Giovanna helped someone, Luigi’s favourite biscuits, what kind of food do Reza and Craig miss from their childhood?
All this and more in this episode of Aprender Ingles con Reza y Craig.
Voice message from Josep from Barcelona
Women’s shoes, men’s after shave, children’s clothes etc
Email from Luigi from Ecuador about episode 207 (biscuits)
Hi Reza hi Craig.
This is Luigi from Ecuador but now I(`m) living in London. Regarding your recent podcast about biscuits, about dunking things in your drink (http://www.inglespodcast.com/207 ),
I have to confess when I was (a) child I loved dunking bread in a glass of Coke, that mixture of flavours were amazing!. Nowadays I can’t do it!
It’s not the same (any) more. So from this episode of my life comes up a question for you guys…Is there any food that in your childhood you loved it but now in your adult life you can’t deal with it?
Nesquik, dark chocolate digestives, Cadbury’s cream eggs
Flavoured potato crisps, Custard cream biscuits, A glass of milk
Voice message from Joan from Girona, Catalonia
61 is a young man!
I find (it) hard to speak it.
I would like some X
advicesX – advice.
Listen to our podcast! – find a group, or start a group, to practise speaking in your area.
Read blogs, books, watch documentaries, TV series, YouTube ‘How to’s in English.
Take a course – locally or virtually.
Voice message from Ana Fernandez from Madrid
Went to Torquay and Stonehenge
Now I am very X
exciting withX – excited about
Voice message from Marcos Forgiarini about bare and bear: http://www.inglespodcast.com/45
Email from Patxi Ibañez (who is one of our Patreons)
Hi, Reza and Craig
House-it going 😉
First of all I would like to thank you for your selfless dedication to improve our English level.
If you get close to Bilbao you have paid the “zuritos” that you want (you should improve the pronunciation of this word ;-). I LOL listening to you (I think you came to say “zorrita”).
Finally, I would also like to thank and send an affectionate greeting to my last English teachers I have had in the Basque Country university: Diana Lindsay and Philip Ball.
Best regards and a big hug,
Ana Giovanna from Mexico (one of our Patreons)
The last time Ana helped someone ‘Helping People’ http://www.inglespodcast.com/202
They looked for…X – They were looking for a museum
I feel much comfortableX – I feel much (a lot) more comfortable with English (this is clear because of the way you record your message)
forX) a million!
Correction from Angelica Bello on things we said in Episode 201 about poetry: metaphor in Spanish is metáfora, feminine, and frost is not escarza in Spanish, it is escarcha.
…and now it’s your turn to practise your English.
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On next week’s episode: Jose’s possibly true story
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