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Speak English Now Podcast: Learn English | Speak English without grammar.

Speak English Now Podcast: Learn English | Speak English without grammar.

Author: Georgiana

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Hi! I’m Georgiana, founder of the website SpeakEnglishPod.com. My mission is to help you to speak English fluently and confidently.
Why is this podcast so different from any other programs?

With the Speak English Now Podcast:
- you'll master English by listening and speaking without having to memorize any grammar rules.

- You're going to acquire knowledge about the English culture and the language itself.

- And most importantly, you'll discover valuable tips and tricks on how to speak English fluently.

If there's something you can't understand, don't worry about it! Listen to each episode as many times as you need. You can read the TEXT at www.SpeakEnglishPod.com

Don't miss out any of my Speak English Now episodes. Every week there's a new episode.

Start practicing your English listening and speaking skills with the Speak English Now podcast.

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#054 Expressing Moods and Feelings in English- Stop using the word VERY!
Hello, everybody! I am Georgiana your English teacher and founder of SpeakEnglishPodcast.com. My mission is to help you speak English fluently. Speaking English is easier than it seems! You just have to use the right material and techniques. In today’s episode, I’ll talk about how to express moods in English, and why you should avoid using the word VERY. After that, I’ll practice your speaking with a funny mini-story. Since today we’re talking about moods I’ll tell you how one of my students feels about the podcast and my English courses. This is a comment from Mauro Cruz from Brazil who says: ”Thanks and congratulations, Georgiana, for your excellent English course! I started listening to your podcast three months ago, and I feel that my English skills have improved considerably. The technique, texts and the way of conducting the course are unique and very effective. Thank you!” Juiz de Fora, Brazil.  (Read the comment on my website >>>) As I said at the beginning of today's lesson, in this episode, I thought about talking a little bit about how you can express your moods in English. I've started making a list of words you can use, but there's a ton of them! The good news is that you don't need to know all of them to express different kinds of moods. Let's have a look at some of them. I’ve arranged the words into groups so that they have a special connection.   Read the text here: www.SpeakEnglishPod.com  
#052 Kinship - Relatives- Family connections in English - Family Tree
Hello, everybody! I am Georgiana, founder of SpeakEnglishPodcast.com. I want to help you speak English fluently, speaking English is easier than it looks! You just have to use the right material and techniques. In today’s lesson Let's talk about kinship. That’s to say, the relationship between the different members of a family. Then, through a mini-story lesson, you'll practice vocabulary and of course your fluency. I'll use the question and answer technique to get you involved in the conversation. By the way, thank you so much for listening wherever you are. If you can, please write a comment on iTunes. That's how you help me reach more people. Well, today we're gonna talk about family, and in particular kinship. Kinship is what we call the relationship between two people from the same family. For example father, son, etc. Well, on this subject, I have a confession to make. Sometimes I also get confused with the kinship of my own family, especially for distant relatives. A relative is a member of your family, by the way. It can be a bit complicated, but it's not a language issue. It's about always wanting to define what relationship you have with someone else in your family especially if you come from a large family. Today you’re gonna learn the most fundamental kinship. I recommend that you listen to this episode several times to better understand and consolidate. I'll give an example of a family and name each member. It'll be easier that way. And make sure you read the text. I’ve added a simple family tree graphic  with the names of the family members.   READ the TEXT here: https://SpeakEnglishPod.com
#050 How to order a drink in English | Going out at night in NYC
I'm Georgiana, founder of SpeakEnglishPodcast.com. And I’m here to help YOU to speak English fluently and with confidence. In this episode, I'll talk about going out at night. I’ll point out the most emblematic places where you can hang out in New York City at night, and I’ll teach you how to order a drink! I’ve also prepared a Point of View story so you can practice your grammar and vocabulary. I’m not sure if you have noticed, but today you’re listening to episode 50 of the Speak English Now Podcast. It may not sound like a big deal to you, but in approximately one year I’ve posted 680 minutes of free material!! And it’s available on iTunes, Spotify, SoundCloud, Youtube, etc Thank you so much for helping me share the podcast with your friends and family. Remember to leave a comment on iTunes about the show. It would mean a lot to me! Let's start the lesson. Today's gonna be fun! It's Friday night, you call your friends and ask them: What are we doing tonight? And they say: Let’s go party! Or Let's go clubbing! The expression “Let’s go party” doesn't mean going to a specific "party", but simply going out. Usually, it means going to clubs or music pubs. People in their 20s and 30s usually have a drink in a bar first and then go to a club. Clubs are often pricey, and you don't just have to pay for the drinks. You’ll also need to pay for the club admission which is also expensive. Now let me tell you where to go out at night in New York. I’ll suggest different locations: For instance, if you wanna party in Manhattan surrounded by fashion models, celebrities, professional athletes and musicians, visit one of the city's exclusive nightclubs.  It can be difficult to get into these places, but it's definitely not impossible.   read the TEXT here: SpeakEnglishPod.com
#048 How to talk about Animals (Pets) in English
Hi, everyone!

 I'm Georgiana, founder of SpeakEnglishPodcast.com.
My mission is to help YOU to speak English fluently and confidently. In today's lesson, you'll learn how to talk about pets. And you're a dog or a cat owner you'll find out what to do before bringing them to the vet. And right after that, you'll practice your English speaking with a funny mini story. Before I start, I'd like to thank everyone who follows me on iTunes, YouTube, Facebook, Spotify, etc. Thank you very much for your support and all your positive reviews. Every time you share your honest opinion, you're in fact helping others to discover a more effective and enjoyable way of learning English. Do you have a pet? I'm proud to own a beautiful white female dog. When she was younger she used to be incredibly active and playful, but now, sadly, she's getting older, so she needs to see a vet more often than before. Whenever we wanna know more about pets we usually ask about their breed. The word "breed" has several meanings. For example, if I say that my dog is a White Swiss Shepherd, then I'm talking about her breed which reveals the type of dog she is and her origins. The breed of an animal indicates its average height, its type of coat and can even give us a little insight into its personality. We also use the word "breed" differently. For instance, people who raise animals are called breeders. Since we're talking about pets, I wanna point something out. Many students have asked me if they had to use the pronoun "it" when talking about animals. I just wanted to say that it's not always a rule you have to follow, if you already know the gender of the animal you can use "she" or "he" just like when you're talking about people. The connection between you and your pet is usually a special one and the more time you spend with them, the stronger the bond between the two becomes. You rejoice when you see them playing and running, but you also suffer when their health is at risk.   Read the TEXT here: SpeakEnglishPod.com  
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Gilson Goulart

Hy Georgiana. I can't download the pdf. Gilson/Brazil

Sep 5th
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Othon Ferreira

good work. it's amazing

Aug 27th
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Samuel Wendt

this moods lesson is fantastic, thanks

Aug 15th
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Wade Willson

Thanks)

Aug 15th
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Wade Willson

Thank you so much))

Aug 15th
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Ayman Shaglof

love it

Aug 6th
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Ayman Shaglof

100%

Aug 3rd
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Reza Faridi

Thank u.

Jul 28th
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Wade Willson

Thank you)

Jul 20th
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AlexissLIVE

GREAT

Jun 29th
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張清忠

Love you

Jun 26th
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張清忠

Good podcast

Jun 26th
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Sandro Ferreira

Excellent podcast, best way to improve fluency

Jun 16th
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Pedram Asshabi

There are some pauses in her speak that let me repeat the sentences and words, afterwards or its better to say masks me repeat!! This way I can somehow practice my speaking. Its really helpful with much impact.

May 25th
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ELi Freitas

Suas aulas são maravilhosas e eu estou aprendendo muito. Você é uma ótima professora!

May 18th
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Lecturer Rempel Maan

nice episode

Dec 2nd
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Franklin B

very useful podcasts and very understandable it helps me a lot.

Nov 16th
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Shivam Gupta

This one helping a lot. Day by day I am feeling the chance

Nov 13th
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