Learn about opiates, get some book recommendations and discover how to improve your fluency in English.
Voice message from Alejandro from Colombia
Anesthesiologist – anesthesia – anesthetic (to numb the pain)
A ‘fellowship’ in pain (grant or a specialty?)
propose (to you) a topic – to propose/suggest a topic
thank you for INSPIRING us to improve our English
Opiates are natural or synthetic drugs that have a morphine-like pharmacological action.
Medically, opiates are used primarily for the relief of pain. Ingestion of bakery products containing poppy seeds can also cause morphine to be excreted in urine.
Voice message from Maria from Tenerife living in Salamanca
‘I’m aspiring to a job as a physician’
A friend of mine X
recommendX me (recommended)
Pronunciation of ‘focus’ and ‘recommenDED’
British English is ‘like music to my ears’
At the Chemist’s, Pharmacy or Drugstore – AIRC190
Alternative Medicine – AIRC126
Getting Sick, Going to the Doctor and Describing Pain – AIRC107
Voice message from Pedro from Spain
Small talk: How to start a conversation and make small talk – AIRC77
Beyond the English Language – AIRC312 (Integrating into British culture and working abroad)
Voice message from Estefania from Madrid
I RAN into your podcast a month ago
aX THE near future
used toX USUALLY X hearX listen to it as much as I can
actualX (CURRENT, MODERN-DAY) books
The Silence of the Girls by Pat Barker – a feminist Iliad (anything by Virginia Woolf, The Female Eunuch by Germaine Greer)
Some book recommendations: How to write an email to a technical support team – AIRC177
In answer to a question from Melina from Argentina (B2 level) who read Harry Potter
Voice message from Denis from Honduras
My minds go blankX – my mind goes blank
listen TO all of your podcasts – congratulations! Well done!
How to improve fluency: practice online/in person with friends, start a conversation group, record your voice, get a private teacher. If you don’t know what to speak about: Speaking fluency practice activities – AIRC362
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