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It’s time for a quick review of the English expressions I taught you here on the Aussie English podcast! Over the past few episodes, I talked about 5 English expressions that you can use for your daily conversations: Make A Fool Out Of Yourself https://aussieenglish.com.au/1142 Read Between The Lines https://aussieenglish.com.au/1144 Where The Rubber Meets The Road https://aussieenglish.com.au/1146 Take No Prisoners https://aussieenglish.com.au/1148 Foot The Bill https://aussieenglish.com.au/1149 As always, I’ll give the definition of these expressions and use them in sentences to help you understand what they really mean. Don’t forget to pause the video so you can write your own sentences in the comments section, too. And lastly, I will teach you how to say the contract the phrase “would not have” like a native English speaker! Don't forget to download your FREE PDF Worksheet here 👉 https://aussieenglish.com.au/AE1154_Worksheet Let me know what you think about this episode! Drop me a line at pete@aussieenglish.com.au ** Want to wear the kookaburra shirt? ** Get yours here at https://aussieenglish.com.au/shirt
Happy Sunday, guys! The kids are asleep and it's time for me to get on Instagram to answer your questions! In today's Pete's 2c episode, I talk about whether Australians say 'apartment' or 'flat'. Right, urban living quarters. There was also a question about what stuff one needs to take with them when going on a trip to Australia. Yes, besides your passport, there are things you ought to be bringing with you. I also got to tell a delightful story when I was once at a beach doing research work! Someone also asked which one is correct - "I'd better go" or "I better go". And tune in for a lesson on Aussie slang as I tell you the meaning of the word 'strewth' and 'dummy'. Let me know what you think about this episode! Drop me a line at pete@aussieenglish.com.au ** Want to wear the kookaburra shirt? ** Get yours here at https://aussieenglish.com.au/shirt
Welcome to another round of awesome chin-wags here on the Aussie English podcast! Meet the lovely Camille Hanson, an online English teacher, influencer, author, avid language learner, and mum of three. In today's Part 2 of my interview with Camille, we chatted about how she ended up becoming an English teacher and how she started her online business. We also talk about how she's a husband and wife team; they’re digital entrepreneurs! We talk about how they grew their business online, having realistic expectations around how long it takes to "make it". She also shares the importance of finding your niche and whether or not you should be worried if there's a lot of competition in your niche. We got to discuss stuff about Instagram, Tik Tok and YouTube and how to grow your audience on these different platforms. You know, it requires sort of different plans of attack. Some of these things aren't all the same. Lastly, we talk about how to develop your content and find what will work for you on these different platforms. Let me know what you think about this episode! Drop me a line at pete@aussieenglish.com.au ** Want to wear the kookaburra shirt? ** Get yours here at https://aussieenglish.com.au/shirt
Welcome to another round of awesome chin-wags here on the Aussie English podcast! Meet the lovely Camille Hanson, an online English teacher, influencers, author, avid language learner, and mum of three. In today's episode, we talk about what it's like being a parent to very young children & what it was like for Camille growing up in the US. You see, she grew in a very cold part of the US called Michigan; like, 6 months of winter every year! That's a lot of snow! We talk about different accents and dialects in the US and what it's like if you've got a very unique accent or dialect and decide to move somewhere, say like California or New York. We also talk about vegetarianism, and language learning - she speaks five languages! She also shares what it was like learning at school versus learning later on in life by yourself. Lastly, we talk about what it's like travelling around the world with three kids whilst also trying to learn languages. Join us today and learn how you can learn many languages from scratch, what a Yooper is, and why vegetarians become vegetarians. Let me know what you think about this episode! Drop me a line at pete@aussieenglish.com.au
Welcome to another Pete’s 2c episode! I really enjoy doing these episodes as I get to talk freely, like sitting down with you guys, and popping open a cold one! In today’s episode, I answer questions from my Instagram followers. I got asked if I like the US or the UK (which I found sort of hard to answer, haha). Then someone asked what I think about Brisbane & Perth, my favourite footy club, and if it’s hard to come to Australia - to which I say no! Let me know what you think about this episode! Drop me a line at pete@aussieenglish.com.au
Welcome to the weekly expression lesson episode here on the Aussie English podcast! In today’s episode, I am going to teach you about the English expression “foot the bill”. Yes, quite funny & gross when you hear it being said – you begin to imagine someone giving a chopped off foot to a restaurant waiter. That’s morbid. So let’s let that slide! I’ll give you example situations where you can use the expression “foot the bill” and we’ll practice together saying the expression. I’ll also answer Elham’s question: do Australians use the word ‘cranky’? Mmm, yeah, stay tuned for my answer! And finally, make sure your ears are sharp as you try to listen to this short clip from this Australian horror-comedy movie titled 100 Bloody Acres. Clue: there are 2 people talking! Let me know what you think about this episode! Drop me a line at pete@aussieenglish.com.au ** Want to wear the kookaburra shirt? ** Get yours here at https://aussieenglish.com.au/shirt
Welcome to the weekly expression lesson episode here on the Aussie English podcast! In today’s episode, I am going to teach you about the English expression “take no prisoners”. I will give you a breakdown of the meaning of the words in the expression and its full meaning. There will also be examples given so you’ll know how to use the expression. Plus, you will learn the grisly origin of this expression! I will also answer a question from an IG follower who asks about how one should pronounce the words “weather” and “whether”.  We will practice saying the expression “take no prisoners” and don’t forget to have something to write on as you try to catch what was said in this clip from the Australian drama/comedy movie The Castle. Let me know what you think about this episode! Drop me a line at pete@aussieenglish.com.au ** Want to wear the kookaburra shirt? ** Get yours here at https://aussieenglish.com.au/shirt
Here’s another awesome chin-wagging episode for you guys! Let’s welcome back Lindsay McMahon, co-owner of the All Ears English podcast! You may remember her from episode AE 678, where we talked about the difference between American and Australian English. In today’s episode, we talk about podcasting as a business. She shares tips on how literally anyone can start a podcast, use it for their business, and not have to spend a huge fortune to start things up. We also talk about her life as an online entrepreneur, why networking with other podcasters is a key to success, and how sponsorships work into business podcasts. Let me know what you think about this episode! Drop me a line at pete@aussieenglish.com.au ** Want to wear the kookaburra shirt? ** Get yours here at https://aussieenglish.com.au/shirt
Welcome to the weekly English expression lesson here on the Aussie English podcast! Besides telling you that I am now obsessing over plants at home, I am going to teach you all about the English expression “where the rubber meets the road”. In today’s episode, I will answer a question from Jasmin: what is the difference between ‘fairly’ and ‘rather’? Listen in, guys, this is “rather” an advanced English lesson for you! We will break down the meaning of the words in the expression “where the rubber meets the road”, which leads us to know the meaning of the full expression. No, no driving like hoons involved here. There will be example situations given so you can use the expression in your daily English conversations. And get your ears ready and try to catch the full line said in a b-grade Aussie horror film about crocodiles called “Rogue”. 👉 Download the FREE PDF Worksheet: https://aussieenglish.com.au/AE1146_Worksheet Let me know what you think about this episode! Drop me a line at pete@aussieenglish.com.au ** Want to wear the kookaburra shirt? ** Get yours here at https://aussieenglish.com.au/shirt
Welcome to another awesome chin-wagging episode here on the Aussie English podcast! Today's guest is David Rajaraman! Last time, we talked about how he went from India, to Brunei, to Australia, then to Japan, all in just about 30 years of his life In today's episode, we talk about how David grew up bilingual then realised that that wasn't the norm in many places around the world! This seems to be specifically in English speaking countries, where most people are monolingual. We also talk about cultural differences between Japan and Australia. Like what happens if you lose your wallet in public, or how you're treated if you have tattoos. We talk about tight versus loose cultures. Tight, being more conservative and strict, whereas loose cultures are more relaxed and open. We even talk about the Japanese mafia known as the Yakuza. We talk about the phenomenon of Westerner, YouTube polyglots who are learning foreign languages and native speakers being shocked when they reach an advanced level! But it's sort of puzzling why, when non-Westerners (i.e. a Chinese guy) learn English to a very advanced level, people don't seem to mind at all! Let me know what you think about this episode! Drop me a line at pete@aussieenglish.com.au
Welcome to this weekly English expression episode here on the Aussie English podcast! In today’s episode, I will talk about the expression “read between the lines”. As always, I’ll break down for you the meaning of the words in the expression, then give you the real meaning of the full expression. I’ll also be answering a question from Luciana, and she asks how open Australians are to immigrants. Yeah, I’d say Aussies are! There will be conversation examples so you’ll know when to use the expression, along with a quick practice on how to say the phrase. Lastly, don’t forget to bring out your pens and paper and listen to this short clip from the Australian TV series Wolf Creek. Let me know what you think about this episode! Drop me a line at pete@aussieenglish.com.au ** Want to wear the kookaburra shirt? ** Get yours here at https://aussieenglish.com.au/shirt
Welcome to another awesome chin-wagging episode here on the Aussie English podcast! Today's guest is David Rajaraman! During our last conversation, we talked about how he went from India to Brunei, to Australia, and ultimately to Japan in just about 30 years. In the first part of this two part series, we're going to chat to David about how he went from an English teacher to working as a car mechanic in Japan, what it's like working as a foreigner in Japan. What it's like working with Japanese people at Japanese companies and applying for jobs at Japanese companies as a foreigner. You know, life as an international citizen. We also talk about Japanese culture as a foreigner and how to integrate into Japanese culture; like, the good versus the strange aspects of Japanese culture as a foreigner. Also, we talk about what it's like being married to foreigners. David and I sort of share our battle stories of both of us being married to a Japanese person and a Brazilian person respectively, and sort of the nuances that go on at home with our cultural differences and linguistic differences. Let me know what you think about this episode! Drop me a line at pete@aussieenglish.com.au ** Want to wear the kookaburra shirt? ** Get yours here at https://aussieenglish.com.au/shirt
It’s another expression-filled Sunday here on the Aussie English podcast! In today’s episode, I will teach you all about the expression “make a fool out of yourself”. As always, I will break down the meaning of the words in the expression together with example sentences so you can use them in your daily conversations. I will also be answering a question from Daniel who asks “Is it correct to say ‘Nobody changes nobody’?” - let's talk about double negatives, too! And lastly, pull out your pens & paper out and listen closely to this audio clip from the Australian horror TV show Wolf Creek. What do you think of this episode? Drop me a line at pete@aussieenglish.com.au ** Want to wear the kookaburra shirt? ** Get yours here at https://aussieenglish.com.au/shirt
Welcome to another Goss episode here on the Aussie English podcast! Guess what's coming up in Australia in a couple of weeks? It's the 2022 Australian Federal Elections! Yes, Australians are coming out May 21st Saturday and elect members of the 47th Parliament of Australia. In today's episode, we talk about how Australians vote during elections. In our area, there would be about 8,000 voters that will be voting in only 3 local government schools (the venue). In one day. Go figure. What about you? How does voting happen in your home country? Drop me a line at pete@aussieenglish.com.au ** Want to wear the kookaburra shirt? ** Get yours here at https://aussieenglish.com.au/shirt
Welcome to another Goss episode here on the Aussie English podcast! Guess what's coming up in Australia in a couple of weeks? It's the 2022 Australian Federal Elections! Yes, Australians are coming out May 21st Saturday and elect members of the 47th Parliament of Australia. In today's episode, we give you an explanation of how parliamentary government officials get elected. There's also some talk about popular pollies in and out of Australia. We answer Simon's question about the pros and cons of voting for each party. Join us today and learn about the latest in Australian politics. Let me know what you think about this episode! Drop me a line at pete@aussieenglish.com.au ** Want to wear the kookaburra shirt? ** Get yours here at https://aussieenglish.com.au/shirt
Welcome back to the Aussie English podcast! I think it's been a month that I've not been making YouTube videos for the Aussie English channel but yeah, I'm back on YT today starting with this lesson on English Expressions. In today's video, let's recap the past 5 English Expressions here on the podcast: Get Out of Someone's Hair - https://aussieenglish.com.au/1122 Get the Drift - https://aussieenglish.com.au/1126 Knock Yourself Out - https://aussieenglish.com.au/1128 A Drop in The Ocean - https://aussieenglish.com.au/1131 Be On A Roll - https://aussieenglish.com.au/1134 We will also be doing an exercise on changing verb tenses! This is a short exercise for your learn how to change sentences from present tense to future tense. Let me know what you think about this episode! Drop me a line at pete@aussieenglish.com.au ** Want to wear the kookaburra shirt? ** Get yours here at https://aussieenglish.com.au/shirt
Here's another round of interviews for you here on the Aussie English podcast! Do you remember Justin Hammond of episode AE 475? Yep, this mate's a language learner like me and has been doing travels around Russia and Ukraine. In today's episode, we talk about his experiences living in Ukraine and Russia and the cultural relationship between the two countries.  How he left Ukraine just before the Russian invasion and escaped to Georgia. He then shared his thoughts on the ramp up to the invasion.  We also talked about how the war will change Ukraine and Ukrainian identity for the worse in the short term, but the better in the long term.  He also shares, being there in Ukraine, what Ukrainian people thought of Zelensky before and then after the invasion. Plus, the discrimination against Russians who are against the war and have fled the country, the power of Putin's propaganda in Russia in controlling the population and what they know and believe.  And lastly, his expectations of how this invasion will end and the fallout from it. Join us today! Let me know what you think about this episode! Drop me a line at pete@aussieenglish.com.au ** Want to wear the kookaburra shirt? ** Get yours here at https://aussieenglish.com.au/shirt
Here's another round of interviews for you here on the Aussie English podcast! Do you remember Justin Hammond of episode AE 475? Yep, this mate's a language learner like me and has been doing travels around Russia and Ukraine. In this first episode, we catch up on his language learning experiences, learning French, Mandarin Chinese and then Russian later at university. We talk about why he ended up settling on Russian as a language to take through university and beyond the difficulties of learning significantly different foreign languages with very different grammar and writing systems compared to English. We also had a great chat on how we became a famous YouTuber in Russia! He does all of his videos and skits that he does in these videos in Russian. He also gives out tips on how to get the most out of an exchange in a foreign country and make sure your target language improves as much as possible. And lastly, we talk about the pros and cons of using native versus non-native English teachers or teachers in general. Join us today! Let me know what you think about this episode! Drop me a line at pete@aussieenglish.com.au ** Want to wear the kookaburra shirt? ** Get yours here at https://aussieenglish.com.au/shirt
Welcome to another Goss episode here on the Aussie English podcast! I bet you’ve owned a dumbphone before! Well, back in the days, they weren’t really called ‘dumbphones’, were they? We see them as sophisticated gadgets before; you were so cool in school if you got a cellular phone, right? With the advancement of technology, mobile phones that can’t connect to the Internet are now referred to as dumbphones. But with all the sh*t going on all over social media, and a lot of other distractions, technology-weary Australians are now switching to dumbphones. Would you get one? Let me know what you think about this episode! Drop me a line at pete@aussieenglish.com.au ** Want to wear the kookaburra shirt? ** Get yours here at https://aussieenglish.com.au/shirt
Welcome back to another episode of Pete’s 2c here on the Aussie English podcast! It’s been a while, you guys! In today’s episode, let me give you an update on my health. In particular, when I got infected with gastro. Nothing serious, I’d say. I also talk a bit about Australia’s upcoming national elections. And I answer a question from an anonymous Facebook user who asks: what can you say about learning a 3rd language when you haven’t fully reached fluency with the 2nd language? And I let you in on what I’m currently working on here on Aussie English - exciting days ahead for you! And lastly, I talk about my success on doing a keto diet, and getting reduced cholesterol levels. ** Want to wear the kookaburra shirt? ** Get yours here at https://aussieenglish.com.au/shirt
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hesam tabatabaei

How can I use the transcripts

Jun 6th
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Pari sa Janjani

Thanks, finally I find out what u said! 😄

May 18th
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Camellia.kaveh

I cannot download the pdf file and showed me error 404 and did not show me the file...what should I do?

Mar 23rd
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f drafsh

Hi, would you please write the name of your guest.

Feb 7th
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Duausseiarme

Hi how you doing ? i love your podcasts and i listen to them every day could you please tell me how to pronounce bottle of water in Aussie accent thank you ❤

Jan 29th
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Maryam Alizadeh

please find someone migrant from Azərbaycan to interview for podcast. 🙏

Nov 16th
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Maryam Alizadeh

I don't like the taste of alcohol, looking for non alcoholic bear 👌

Nov 16th
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Maryam Jahangiri Far

I love your podcasts and always look forward listening them. it would be great if in addition to your regular and realy useful podcasts, you produce podcasts about every day life and at the end introduce interesting vocabularies, phrases and expressions. thanks.

Aug 1st
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Kunal Pant

hi ,your podcasts its awesome but I wanna become confident in english. so how can I become confident in english .

Jun 4th
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Setareh hejazi

I like it too much

Apr 14th
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Setareh hejazi

I like this pod

Apr 5th
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Mehrnaz Mohebbi

Dear Pete Where can I find the free ebook on phrasal verbs? The web link you mentioned doesn't work.

Nov 16th
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Diego Velez

So I have been learning Spanish all this time.

Oct 6th
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Pijman

perfect

Sep 19th
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sanaz lupin

Ive heard alot of horrible stuff about Australian accent! But I can totally understand what youre saying in ur podcast! Is it really the Australian accent orcik reallycgood at it?! 🤣

Sep 3rd
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Avril

How can I sound like a real aussie? Any pronunciation tips?

Aug 5th
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Roya Ebrahimi

Thank you😊 You speak so clearly and fluently. I'm from Iran🙋‍♀️

Jul 11th
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fateme khamse

the name of the movie is "The Holiday"😊 starring ,Jack Black, Kate Winslet, Cameron Diaz and Jude Law.

Jun 27th
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Nassim Mv

Thank you, it was SUPER cool :D

May 27th
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amiee

nice podcast

Feb 8th
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