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Learning English programs use a limited vocabulary and short sentences. They are read at a slower pace than VOA's other English broadcasts. Our broadcasts were formerly known as Special English.
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On today’s podcast, shareholders approve a big pay deal for Tesla’s Elon Musk; Hot weather in Mali threatens an ancient fishing tradition; Apple offers AI tools followed by a discussion on why it took Apple so long; then, the present tense on Lesson of the Day.
On today’s podcast, what is Juneteenth in the United States?; past COVID infections might protect against colds; the U.N. marks 1000 days since girls were banned from school in Afghanistan followed by a discussion on ‘exclusion’; then, shortened forms on Lesson of the Day.
On today’s podcast, research shows the effects of space travel on the human body; thinking positively can improve your health followed by expert mental health advice; then ‘lend’ and ‘borrow’ on Lesson of the Day.
On today’s podcast, a Chinese company develops humanoid robots; Olympic athletes use blood sugar testers to lift performance; scientists look to small star systems to find planets, conditions for life followed by a discussion about ‘habitable’; then, future continuous on Lesson of the Day.
On today’s podcast, healthcare workers are leaving Africa; a 4,000-year-old building is discovered in Greece; elephants have names and use them; international students are worried over U.S. job prospects; what it mean to be put ‘through the wringer’ followed by a discussion about the word.
On today’s podcast, modern horses started out 4200 years ago; researchers say climate change made flood in Brazil more likely; the U.N. says farmed fish surpass wild-caught ones; ‘feel’ and ‘feel like’ on Ask a Teacher; then, 'Feathertop,' by Nathaniel Hawthorne on American Stories.
On today’s podcast, officials in China, India, Canada, and Greece report high temperatures; the world’s costliest cow is in Brazil; workers are secretly teleworking on vacation; talking about hot weather on Everyday Grammar followed by a discussion on heat and onomatopoeia.
On today’s podcast, Paris aims to use cooling devices for Olympic Athletes; will AI systems run out of internet data to learn from? followed by a discussion about how AI chatbots are learning from their own products; then, ‘internal conflict’ on Lesson of the Day.
On today’s podcast, copper recycling grows with increased demand; kids find a T. rex dinosaur in North Dakota; American schoolchildren slowly recover from Pandemic shutdowns followed by a discussion on U.S. schools; then, all about ‘accumulation’ on Lesson of the Day.
On today’s podcast, a Ukrainian family business makes devices to aid injured soldiers; Tokyo aims to support couples and marriage; researchers are making mRNA vaccines to fight bird flu followed by a discussion of ‘emerge’; then, ‘guilty pleasures’ on Lesson of the Day.
On today’s podcast, the world’s biggest astronomy camera reaches its home in Chile; the U.N. says one fourth of the world’s youngest children lack enough food; South Korea creates a space agency followed by a discussion on South Korea’s plans in space; then, ‘polite requests’ on Lesson of the Day.
On today’s podcast, researchers say ‘less is more’ when it comes to cancer treatments; are U.S. business leaders paid too much? U.S. colleges are expanding climate change study programs; what does it mean to do something ‘right out of the gate’ followed by a discussion on starting strong.
On today’s podcast, an Australian seed company is testing a new way to do genetic engineering; at 80, Mick Jagger is still performing rock music; ‘nobody’ and ‘no one’ on Ask a Teacher followed by a discussion on their use; then 'A White Heron,' by Sarah Orne Jewett on American Stories.
On today’s podcast, jobs for long-term health care workers go unfilled; Nigeria fights illegal lithium mining; Americans aim to reduce wasteful spending; talking about hot weather on Everyday Grammar followed by a discussion about ways to say, ‘It’s hot!’
On today’s podcast; President Biden places new restrictions on illegal entry into the U.S.; a Chinese spacecraft collects rocks from the moon and sends them to Earth followed by a discussion about the quick moon trip; then, ‘scene’ and ‘scenic’ on Lesson of the Day.
On today’s podcast, Ghana has a six month old artist; scientists are now fighting nitrous oxide; home visiting programs set to get more federal money followed by more on these special programs; then, how to use the word ‘thieves’ on Lesson of the Day.
On today’s podcast, Mexico elects its first female president; learn about different kinds of noise used to hide talking or ease tension followed by an explanation of white, pink and brown noise; then, what feedback is and all about ‘if’ clauses on Lesson of the Day.
On today’s podcast, could rains in East Africa be made worse by climate change and fast economic growth?; scientists discover recent volcanic activity on Venus followed by a discussion about what it tells us about Venus; then, ‘resolutions’ and ‘auditions’ on Lesson of the Day.
On today’s podcast, marijuana use grows in the U.S; a Cuban scientist raises silkworms; citizen scientists count insects in Germany; U.S. college athletes aim for a big payoff; what does it mean to ‘break the mold?’ followed by a discussion about the saying’s history.
On today’s podcast, a New York jury finds Republican presidential candidate and former President Donald Trump guilty of financial crimes; U.S. museums return art to Italy; improve your vocabulary, part three; then, ‘The Birthmark’ by Nathaniel Hawthorne on American Stories.
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Behzad asghari

🕴️

Jun 18th
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Behzad asghari

🐓🐜🦟

Jun 11th
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hamed rasti

the best that I ever heard to learn English. thanks a lot🙏🙏🙏

Jun 4th
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Mahmood Shokraneh

so good method, so thanks !

May 30th
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Hossein J.

Thanks. your program is very helpful and well costructed.

May 27th
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hussein javan

The president was an executioner. Iran people are very satisfied of his death.

May 24th
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Behzad asghari

🌳

May 14th
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Shadi Zed

wish you put the text in the details or pinned comment for friends who are learning english with these voices.

May 13th
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Shadi Zed

👍

May 8th
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Behzad asghari

🦏

May 5th
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hamed tarafan

متاسفانه باید به فیلتر شکن متصل بشید تا بتونید همه درس ها رو گوش بدید

May 5th
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Behzad asghari

🔰

Apr 29th
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Ali Pourdastan

Thanks

Apr 26th
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Behzad asghari

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Behzad asghari

🗨️

Apr 23rd
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Behzad asghari

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Marziye Amani

قرمه سبزی😅

Apr 12th
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Behzad asghari

🎟️

Apr 10th
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ẞhªmïr

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BD28fsztVs4 Link

Mar 25th
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