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YQ13 | Where Should I Start?

On the 13th episode of Your Question, we handle the following question:

Q: I want to speak English better, but I don’t know…Where should I start?

Things to think about:

1. What is the GOAL?
2. What is your current level?
3. What do you enjoy doing?

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AudioBLOG 3 | The Most Effective Method to Improve Your English Is…

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On the 3rd episode of the AudioBLOG, we go over the following Blog post:

The Most Effective Method to Improve Your English is…

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Your Question 1 | Is Twitter Effective to Improve Your English?

On the 1st episode of Your Question, we handle the following question:

Q: Is chatting through Twitter effective to improve your English?

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Episode 8 | The Most Powerful Tool to Help You Learn English

On the 8th episode of the English 2.0 Podcast, we handle the following points:

Q: “Do you mind if I…? Answer?

Tips: The Most Powerful Tool to Help You Learn English

Pronunciation Point: “bath” vs “bus”

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Episode 7 | How to Use Twitter to Learn English

On this episode of the English 2.0 Podcast, we handle the following points:

Q: “Summer Time” vs “Daylight Savings Time”

Tips: How to Use Twitter to Learn English

Pronunciation Point: “cloudy” vs “crowded”

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Episode 6 | 5 Ways to Create Speaking Opportunities FOR FREE

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Welcome to the 6th episode of the ALsensei English 2.0 Podcast! On this English podcast, I help you express yourself more naturally and smoothly. We go beyond the words and phrases and talk about how to make your English sound more natural, proper mindset, and success principles.

On this episode of the English 2.0 Podcast, we handle the following points:

Q: “It will rain” vs. “It will be rainy”

Tips: 5 Ways to Create Speaking Opportunities For Free

Pronunciation Point: 3 Commonly Mispronounced Words

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Episode 5 | 3 Keys For Becoming a Natural Speaker

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Welcome to the 5th episode of the ALsensei English 2.0 Podcast! On this English podcast, I help you express yourself more naturally and smoothly.

On this episode of the English 2.0 Podcast, we handle the following points:

Tips: 3 Keys For Becoming a Natural Speaker

Pronunciation Point: “Sip” vs “Ship”

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3 Things that are Making Your English UNNATURAL

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今週のTweetからこのトピックをちゃんと説明します。

1.カタカナ

このポイントは分かりやすいと思います。理由はこちら:
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Episode 4 | 3 Grammar Mistakes You Need to Fix Now

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Welcome to the fourth episode of the ALsensei English 2.0 Podcast! On this podcast, I help you express yourself more naturally and smoothly.

On this episode, we handle the following points:

Q: Which is more natural? “I envy you.” or “I’m jealous.”

Tips: 3 Grammar Mistakes You Need to Fix Now

Pronunciation Point: “Cars” vs. “Cards”

 

 

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Study 15 Minutes Everyday vs. 2 Hours on the Weekend: Which is better?

僕の生徒に勉強のやり方について聞いたらどのぐらい勉強しているか一週何回勉強しているか知りたいです。週一回?週末だけ?毎日ちょっと勉強すること?

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