Learn English Phrases with Short and Sweet Lessons
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Hey guys, you’re listening to the English Made Simple Show. This is episode number 306, number three hundred and six, número tres cientos seis.
Welcome back amigos y amigas. 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 into your browser and then start listening. Oh, and don’t forget to check out all my past episodes and amazing resources to help you speed up your English learning!
Today, we’re diving into some essential workplace phrases to help you communicate effectively with your colleagues.
So if you’re driving to work right now, or if you’re on your way to work you might want to remember some of these phrases.
I’ll keep it simple and fun amigos.
Just before we begin, in the past few weeks I’ve been spending a lot of time on YouTube. I’m trying to restart my channel. I neglected it for a bit and I’m trying something new this time.
All of the Repeat After Me phrases you hear in this show will also be available on YouTube – Search for the English Made Simple Podcast on YouTube and then tune in to the Playlist called ‘Short and Sweet.’
You’ll be able to hear the phrase in my accent, but also in the British and the American accent.
My accent is unique. It doesn’t sound typical like something you would hear on TV. Let’s call it International Accent. I speak International English.
So, let me walk you through the phrases I’ve just recently published on YouTube.
Here’s your chance to hear the phrases on this podcast and repeat them after me.
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