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Learn to speak English fluently, faster in the Faster Fluency Conversation Club. This podcast is just one of the many resources that you use to become more confident understanding and speaking English. The Faster Fluency Conversation Club is the best way to become fluent speaking English. It combines vocabulary, listening comprehension, teacher support, and speaking practice. Our members are professionals from around the world who are becoming more confident in English, just like you. When you join the Faster Fluency Conversation Club, you also get the transcript for this podcast, and much more. For more information about the complete program, go to https://christinarebuffetcourses.com/faster-fluency-conversation-club/join-now
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In this episode, Christina and Trisha talk about: whether to share secrets or not on a podcastrandom things we're interested inthings we like to do over and over The extra mile (useful English vocabulary you'll hear in the podcast): skeleton in the closet = a discreditable or embarrassing fact that someone wishes to keep secretpractical = (of an idea, plan, or method) likely to succeed or be effective in real circumstances; feasiblegeeky = unfashionable and socially ineptDo you want the transcript of the podcast, more vocabulary resources and live conversation practice?Join the Faster Fluency Conversation Club!You'll become more fluent and more confident in English faster, in a fun community of professionals from around the world!Details about joining: https://christinarebuffetcourses.com/faster-fluency-conversation-club/join-nowUse code 'FFCC40' to get 40% off your 1st month!!Support the show (https://christinarebuffetcourses.com/faster-fluency-conversation-club/join-now)
Rhymin' and stealin'

Rhymin' and stealin'

2021-01-1506:21

In this episode, Christina and Matthew talk about: what this episode is aboutthe value in using rhymes, songs and poems to learn English pronunciationhow to use rhymes, songs and poems to learn English pronunciationThe extra mile (useful English vocabulary you'll hear in the podcast): to get a feel for [something] = to develop a good knowledge or understanding of somethingcatchy = (of a tune or phrase) instantly appealing and memorableto be into [something] = to like and be interested in somethingDo you want the transcript of the podcast, more vocabulary resources and live conversation practice?Join the Faster Fluency Conversation Club!You'll become more fluent and more confident in English faster, in a fun community of professionals from around the world!Details about joining: https://christinarebuffetcourses.com/faster-fluency-conversation-club/join-nowUse code 'FFCC40' to get 40% off your first month!Support the show (https://christinarebuffetcourses.com/faster-fluency-conversation-club/join-now)
In this episode, Christina and Trisha talk about: charities they are involved withdifferent types of ways to raise moneyfundraising by doing a physical challengeThe extra mile (useful English vocabulary you'll hear in the podcast): change = the money you get back after buying something; coins or small billsa good cause = something worth doing or giving to because it will help other peopleto donate = to give (money or goods) for a good cause, for example to a charityDo you want the transcript of the podcast, more vocabulary resources and live conversation practice?Join the Faster Fluency Conversation Club!You'll become more fluent and more confident in English faster, in a fun community of professionals from around the world!Details about joining: https://christinarebuffetcourses.com/faster-fluency-conversation-club/join-nowUse code 'FFCC40' to get 40% off your 1st month!!Support the show (https://christinarebuffetcourses.com/faster-fluency-conversation-club/join-now)
A night out

A night out

2021-01-0305:551

In this episode, Christina and Kristina talk about: Kristina's 20-year wedding anniversaryseeing a Broadway showgoing to a safariThe extra mile (useful English vocabulary you'll hear in the podcast): a milestone =  an important event in the development or history of something or in someone's lifeexotic = unusual and exciting because of coming from far away, especially a tropic country to improvise =  to invent or make something, such as a speech or a device, at the time when it is needed without already having planned it Do you want the transcript of the podcast, more vocabulary resources and live conversation practice?Join the Faster Fluency Conversation Club!You'll become more fluent and more confident in English faster, in a fun community of professionals from around the world!Details about joining: https://christinarebuffetcourses.com/faster-fluency-conversation-club/join-nowUse code 'FFCC40' to get 40% off your 1st month!!Support the show (https://christinarebuffetcourses.com/faster-fluency-conversation-club/join-now)
New Year's Resolutions

New Year's Resolutions

2020-12-2606:451

In this episode, Christina and Matthew talk about: whether or not we make resolutionsmaking monthly resolutions instead of yearly oneslooking back on the year The extra mile (useful English vocabulary you'll hear in the podcast): on a (monthly) basis = a particular method or system used for organizing or doing something (monthly)to fall off the track = to go off course; to stop doing a plan step-by-step = so as to progress gradually and carefully from one stage to the nextDo you want the transcript of the podcast, more vocabulary resources and live conversation practice?Join the Faster Fluency Conversation Club!You'll become more fluent and more confident in English faster, in a fun community of professionals from around the world!Details about joining: https://christinarebuffetcourses.com/faster-fluency-conversation-club/join-nowUse code 'FFCC40' to save 40% on your first month :) Support the show (https://christinarebuffetcourses.com/faster-fluency-conversation-club/join-now)
In this episode, Christina and Kristina talk about: food we find yummywhether or not chocolate is junk foodtrying to eat junk food in moderationThe extra mile (useful English vocabulary you'll hear in the podcast): to pig out on [something] = to eat a lot of something to treat yourself to [something] = to reward yourself with somethingin moderation = within reasonable limits; not to excessDo you want the transcript of the podcast, more vocabulary resources and live conversation practice?Join the Faster Fluency Conversation Club!You'll become more fluent and more confident in English faster, in a fun community of professionals from around the world!Details about joining: https://christinarebuffetcourses.com/faster-fluency-conversation-club/join-nowUse code 'FFCC40' to get 40% off your first monthSupport the show (https://christinarebuffetcourses.com/faster-fluency-conversation-club/join-now)
In this episode, Christina and Kristina talk about: how we deal with setbacksfalling off the horse and getting back on itmaking the most of difficult situationsThe extra mile (useful English vocabulary you'll hear in the podcast): "deal with it" = to manage or handle someone or somethingto get over the hump = to get past the most difficult part"in the end" = eventually, or on reflectionDo you want the transcript of the podcast, more vocabulary resources and live conversation practice?Join the Faster Fluency Conversation Club!You'll become more fluent and more confident in English faster, in a fun community of professionals from around the world!Details about joining: https://christinarebuffetcourses.com/faster-fluency-conversation-club/join-nowUse code 'FFCC40' to get 40% off your 1st month!Support the show (https://christinarebuffetcourses.com/faster-fluency-conversation-club/join-now)
Negotiating Skills

Negotiating Skills

2020-12-0407:081

In this episode, Christina and Matthew talk about: whether we are good at negotiating or notnot needing to "win" negotiationsChris VossThe extra mile (useful English vocabulary you'll hear in the podcast): to have an ace up your sleeve = a powerful and often secret weapon, advantage, etc.to tip the balance = (of a circumstance or event) be the deciding factor; make the critical differenceto hold [one's] ground = to refuse to change your opinion, stance, position, decision, etc.Links to Chris Voss:"Never Split the Difference" - AmazonTalks at Google - YouTubeDo you want the transcript of the podcast, more vocabulary resources and live conversation practice?Join the Faster Fluency Conversation Club!You'll become more fluent and more confident in English faster, in a fun community of professionals from around the world!Details about joining: https://christinarebuffetcourses.com/faster-fluency-conversation-club/join-nowUse code 'FFCC40' to get 40% off your 1st month!! Support the show (https://christinarebuffetcourses.com/faster-fluency-conversation-club/join-now)
Matchmakers

Matchmakers

2020-11-2704:33

In this episode, Christina and Matthew talk about: the statement, "It's not what you know, but who you know."meeting people on social medianetworkingThe extra mile (useful English vocabulary you'll hear in the podcast): to interact with [someone/something] = to communicate or work together"Half the battle" = an expression used to mean that something is the most important (and typically the first) step towards achieving something"You never know" = an expression used to say that you can never be certain about future events, so anything is possibleDo you want the transcript of the podcast, more vocabulary resources and live conversation practice?Join the Faster Fluency Conversation Club!You'll become more fluent and more confident in English faster, in a fun community of professionals from around the world!Details about joining: https://christinarebuffetcourses.com/faster-fluency-conversation-club/join-nowUse code 'FFCC40' to get 40% off your first month!! Support the show (https://christinarebuffetcourses.com/faster-fluency-conversation-club/join-now)
In this episode, Christina and Kristina talk about: faking it till you make itother tips to feel more confidenthow to create a virtuous cycleThe extra mile (useful English vocabulary you'll hear in the podcast): "fake it till you make it" =  acting a certain way more and more to begin to believe the act about ourselvesto hack [something] = to find a creative solution to something that takes less time than a conventional methodto associate [something] with [something else] = To link something in the mind with something elseDo you want the transcript of the podcast, more vocabulary resources and live conversation practice?Join the Faster Fluency Conversation Club!You'll become more fluent and more confident in English faster, in a fun community of professionals from around the world!Details about joining: https://christinarebuffetcourses.com/faster-fluency-conversation-club/join-nowUse code 'FFCC40' to get 40% off your first month!! Support the show (https://christinarebuffetcourses.com/faster-fluency-conversation-club/join-now)
In this episode, Christina and Matthew talk about: how the thought of AI makes them feelhow technology has improved over timethe ways that AI is already affecting our livesThe extra mile (useful English vocabulary you'll hear in the podcast): to grasp = to comprehend; to understandexponential = a very rapid increasean existential threat = a threat to something's survivalDo you want the transcript of the podcast, more vocabulary resources and live conversation practice?Join the Faster Fluency Conversation Club!You'll become more fluent and more confident in English faster, in a fun community of professionals from around the world!Details about joining: https://christinarebuffetcourses.com/faster-fluency-conversation-club/join-nowUse code 'FFCC40' to save 40% on your 1st month!! Support the show (https://christinarebuffetcourses.com/faster-fluency-conversation-club/join-now)
In this episode, Christina and Kristina talk about: some different expressions used to ask someone what they have been up toa particularly difficult expression for some English language learners to understandpicking up where you left offThe extra mile (useful English vocabulary you'll hear in the podcast): to catch up with someone =  to update one another on life events that occurred since the last time seeing each other same old, same old = an expression used to say nothing has changed in your life(when things) run together = blend togetherDo you want the transcript of the podcast, more vocabulary resources and live conversation practice?Join the Faster Fluency Conversation Club!You'll become more fluent and more confident in English faster, in a fun community of professionals from around the world!Details about joining: https://christinarebuffetcourses.com/faster-fluency-conversation-club/join-nowSupport the show (https://christinarebuffetcourses.com/faster-fluency-conversation-club/join-now)
In this episode, Christina and Trisha talk about: how hard it is to talk about customs specific to the UShow it depends on the work environmenthow making small talk is one custom that is pretty standard The extra mile (useful English vocabulary you'll hear in the podcast): to generalize = to draw a broad conclusion from particular factsone's work environment = one's physical and social surroundings at worknot (very) cool = rudeDo you want the transcript of the podcast, more vocabulary resources and live conversation practice?Join the Faster Fluency Conversation Club!You'll become more fluent and more confident in English faster, in a fun community of professionals from around the world!Details about joining: https://christinarebuffetcourses.com/faster-fluency-conversation-club/join-nowSupport the show (https://christinarebuffetcourses.com/faster-fluency-conversation-club/join-now)
In this episode, Christina and Kristina talk about: being optimistic or pessimisticdealing with bad thingstrying to understand other people's attitudesThe extra mile (useful English vocabulary you'll hear in the podcast): a glass half empty = an expression used to say a person/attitude is pessimistica glass half full =an expression used to say a person/attitude is optimisticgiving someone the benefit of the doubt = believing someone, or thinking about someone in a good way, even if there are no facts to support themDo you want the transcript of the podcast, more vocabulary resources and live conversation practice?Join the Faster Fluency Conversation Club!You'll become more fluent and more confident in English faster, in a fun community of professionals from around the world!Details about joining: https://christinarebuffetcourses.com/faster-fluency-conversation-club/join-nowUse code 'FFCC40' to get 40% off your first month!!Support the show (https://christinarebuffetcourses.com/faster-fluency-conversation-club/join-now)
In this episode, Christina and Trisha  talk about: Trisha's fear of sharksChristina's fear of not doing what she really wants to doChristina's fear of jellyfishThe extra mile (useful English vocabulary you'll hear in the podcast): a phobia = an extreme or irrational fear of or aversion to somethingirrational = not logical or reasonableto reassure someone = to say or do something to remove the doubts or fears of someoneDo you want the transcript of the podcast, more vocabulary resources and live conversation practice?Join the Faster Fluency Conversation Club!You'll become more fluent and more confident in English faster, in a fun community of professionals from around the world!Details about joining: https://christinarebuffetcourses.com/faster-fluency-conversation-club/join-nowUse code 'FFCC40' to save 40% on your first month!!Support the show (https://christinarebuffetcourses.com/faster-fluency-conversation-club/join-now)
In this episode, Christina and Fluency Club Leader [NAME]  talk about: business practices in the UShow a casual, polite sounding request is an orderthe importance of observing others around youThe extra mile (useful English vocabulary you'll hear in the podcast): a higher up = a senior person in an organization; someone whose position is above yourson the surface = something obvious or superficial; lacking substancesubtle = not obvious; a clever and indirect method of achieving somethingDo you want the transcript of the podcast, more vocabulary resources and live conversation practice?Join the Faster Fluency Conversation Club!You'll become more fluent and more confident in English faster, in a fun community of professionals from around the world!Details about joining: https://christinarebuffetcourses.com/faster-fluency-conversation-club/join-nowUse code 'FFCC40' to get 40% off your first month!Support the show (https://christinarebuffetcourses.com/faster-fluency-conversation-club/join-now)
In this episode, Christina and Kristina talk about: living in an apartment or a housethe advantages and disadvantages of eachtiny housesThe extra mile (useful English vocabulary you'll hear in the podcast): a yard = a piece of ground adjoining a building or housethe country = a rural areato downsize = to move to a smaller house/apartment; to get rid of unnecessary itemsDo you want the transcript of the podcast, more vocabulary resources and live conversation practice?Join the Faster Fluency Conversation Club!You'll become more fluent and more confident in English faster, in a fun community of professionals from around the world!Details about joining: https://christinarebuffetcourses.com/faster-fluency-conversation-club/join-nowUse code 'FFCC40' to get 40% off of your first month!!Support the show (https://christinarebuffetcourses.com/faster-fluency-conversation-club/join-now)
Hobbies and passions

Hobbies and passions

2020-09-2506:26

In this episode, Christina and Trisha talk about: how native English speakers rarely use the word 'hobby'how 'What do you do in free time?' is used far more frequently the difference between a hobby and things we like to do in our free timeThe extra mile (useful English vocabulary you'll hear in the podcast): downtime = a time to relax; a time when you're not busy to get together with [someone] = to hang out with someone; to do something with someone to escape = to get away from everyday activities Do you want the transcript of the podcast, more vocabulary resources and live conversation practice?Join the Faster Fluency Conversation Club!You'll become more fluent and more confident in English faster, in a fun community of professionals from around the world!Details about joining: https://christinarebuffetcourses.com/faster-fluency-conversation-club/join-nowUse code 'FFCC40' to get 40% off your first month!!Support the show (https://christinarebuffetcourses.com/faster-fluency-conversation-club/join-now)
In this episode, Christina and Matthew talk about: the pros and cons of technologyhow technology affects our workdisconnecting from the internet The extra mile (useful English vocabulary you'll hear in the podcast): to get duped = to get deceived; trickedurgent = (of a state or situation) requiring immediate action or attentionto unplug = to relax and avoid using electronic devicesDo you want the transcript of the podcast, more vocabulary resources and live conversation practice?Join the Faster Fluency Conversation Club!You'll become more fluent and more confident in English faster, in a fun community of professionals from around the world!Details about joining: https://christinarebuffetcourses.com/faster-fluency-conversation-club/join-nowUse code 'FFCC40' to receive 40% off your first month!!Support the show (https://christinarebuffetcourses.com/faster-fluency-conversation-club/join-now)
In this episode, Christina and Kristina talk about: how to introduce yourself progressivelywhat questions to avoidhow to sound less directThe extra mile (useful English vocabulary you'll hear in the podcast): a tick box = a small square on a form, questionnaire, or test in which you put a checkmark to show that you agree with something or have completed somethingto be direct = to be straightforward, which can sometimes be considered impolite[something] defines [one] = something is a major part or "all of' of one's life, ex: Don't let your financial success define you. Do you want the transcript of the podcast, more vocabulary resources and live conversation practice?Join the Faster Fluency Conversation Club!You'll become more fluent and more confident in English faster, in a fun community of professionals from around the world!Details about joining: https://christinarebuffetcourses.com/faster-fluency-conversation-club/join-nowUse code 'FFCC40' to save 40% off your first month!Support the show (https://christinarebuffetcourses.com/faster-fluency-conversation-club/join-now)
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