In this podcast episode, you’ll hear thoughts, comments and questions from Guatemala, Italy, Brazil, Venezuela, Ecuador and Colombia.
A voice message from Alberto from Milano, Italy
Reza’s pronunciation of Venezia was absolutely perfect!
I want to tell X
Venezuela – http://www.inglespodcast.com/349
Voice message from Vanesa from Venezuela, currently living in Ecuador
‘I would like to respond to…/answer…’
Venezuela – AIRC349
inX Christmas, AT Christmas
Los Roques, in the Caribbean Sea, north of Venezuela.
Voice message from Elmer from Guatemala
You’re not the first person to send a voice message.
Lisset asked about the difference between translating and interpreting in episode 279. She also asked us to do the episode on Guatemala http://www.inglespodcast.com/318.
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Voice message from Carla from Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
I listenX I’ve been listening to your podcast since 2017.
An offshore teacher (online teacher)
The subject that I love X
moreX the most
the audio cut off. What would you like us to talk about?
Voice message from Paola from Bogotá, Colombia
Paola is a paediatrician (and an AIRCoholic!).
Not ‘came across X
withX your show’ – Just ‘came across your show’
ofX to all your advice
Not ‘taking up X
withX the sport, just ‘taking up the sport.
Voice message from Paola from Bogota explaining her podcast
A ritmo de mujer – a podcast about female runners. It’s in Spanish with a lovely Colombian accent!
Available on Apple podcasts, Spotify, Anchor, Google podcasts, Deezer and wherever you listen to your podcasts.
Follow Paola and Bibiana (Bibi) and on instagram @Aritmodemujerpodcast
If you listen to podcasts while you’re running, it’s perfect!
To find a sponsor, contact sportswear and sports equipment companies.
Voice message from Louise from Sao Paulo, Brazil
Sentence Inversions – AIRC78
Mixed conditionals, If only, I wish, conversation expressions, fun / funny, idioms – AIRC31
Pronunciation of ‘used’ and ‘thrilled’. Also pronunciation of -ed (mixed, advanced, helped etc) The ‘-ed’ ending on past regular verbs – AIRC60
…and now it’s your turn to practise your English.
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On next week’s episode: Gardening expressions
The music in this podcast is by Pitx. The track is called ‘See You Later’
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