REC Podcast Preview - Carnival in Colombia

January 15, 2017

Here is your chance to listen to a full episode from our first and very popular podcast: The Real English Conversations Podcast.

We are sharing this with our Phrasal Verb Podcast because we have just started recording again after taking a break of more than a year!

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For the first 7 days, you will have access to the transcription of the English dialogue to be able to read and listen at the same time!

 

English Podcast Episode 35: Carnival in Colombia

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We've been gone from recording conversations for more than a year but we are back with a new English podcast format that is better than ever!

In this English conversation, we are going to tell you about our experiences visiting Colombia during their world-famous Carnival. We discuss the difference it can make when you know someone who is from the region you are visiting and how you can really have the opportunity to discover the culture on another level.

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We answer our Hassan's question about a problem he is having with listening.

Dear Amy and Curtis,

I've been learning English for 3 years but I've noticed I have a lot of problems with my listening. I feel like I listen to a lot of audio, maybe 1 hour a day. When I watch movies with subtitles, I know most of the words... but I am not able to hear the words when I listen without subtitles. Please help me. 

Read the article related to Amy's advice on listening deeper here.

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