Learn English Workplace Expressions



Today I clarify a couple of expressions we covered in the previous episode. For example, ‘let’s get the ball rolling’ and what the heck does ROI mean? Don’t miss today’s episode. Enjoy :)

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Hey guys, you’re listening to the English Made Simple Show. This is episode number 304, number three hundred and four, número tres cientos cuatro.

Welcome back amigos y amigas. It’s nice to be with you here again. This is your host Milena speaking, you’re tuning in to the English Made Simple show. You can learn more about the EMS show and what it is all about when you visit englishmadesimple.net. If you want to listen to the podcast straight from the website simply type in englishmadesimple.net/podcast in your browser…. And ‘voila’ you’re there! Oh, and don’t forget to check out all our past episodes and amazing resources to help you accelerate your English learning while you’re there too!

So I did mention in my last episode that I will be covering stuff on AI – Artificial Intelligence.

Well, I’m still collecting info and researching about Artificial Intelligence and tools that exist nowadays to help you with your English, so I’ll release that episode as soon as I’m ready.

But for now, I’d like us to expand on the last episode because I said some words, I said a lot of words actually that some of you may not be familiar with.

Let me go through some of those phrases and expressions that might be new to you.

Towards the end of the show I’ll give you a chance to repeat some of the phrases after me.

I call this “Repeat after me” segment.

I created this segment to assist you in enhancing your English language skills. We will practice by repeating sentences together. I will say a sentence, and then you can say the same sentence after me.

This way, you can practice and improve your pronunciation, intonation and rhythm. I will say each sentence twice, so that you can follow my pronunciation and intonation. You should then repeat the sentence after me so you can practice along.

Ok amigos y amigas, let’s get crackin’ with today’s show.

So let’s revisit some phrases from the previous episode and let me explain in a bit more detail, what those phrases mean.


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Milena Vujnic

Milena Vujnic

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Milena is the host of the English Made Simple Podcast and is passionate about helping motivated English learners break their fear of speaking English so they can confidently make conversation and be understood by other English-speakers. Milena lives in Australia with her Chileno husband and loves anything podcasting and online coaching and is honoured to be supporting and guiding immigrants from all over the world with her products, programs and coaching services. Click here to learn more about how you can work with Milena.  

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