Friday, July 25, 2014

Podcast Episode 1 – Segment 3 – Facts and English Tips


 Strawberry is not actually berry, but a banana is. This’ been country Shane bringing you to the Facts.

English Tip:

Okay, it’s time for today’s English tip. And come on, this is podcast. And this is all about listening. So one really important thing, if you want to master English

Podcast Episode 1 – Segment 2 – Questions and Answers

Okay, it’s the time for our Q&A section. And today we have a question from Michael, Michael is from Moscow, he wants to know everything there is to know about subways. And that’s a terrible question, Michael, How am I supposed to answer this question. Well, I decided I’ll talk about vocabulary. 
Now actually,

Wednesday, July 23, 2014

Podcast Episode 1 – Segment 1 – Interesting News

This Podcast is broken into 3 segments. The first segment will be news. I’ll give you a headline or an interesting story, something that’s not too serious, and you’re going to learn some vocabulary, some pronunciation. And hopefully, it improves your listening skills. The next section will be Q & A – questions and answers. In this section, I’ll take your questions and I’ve already have a lot of them. And I do my best to answer them. And the final section will be English tips, advice on how you can study English, according to the title of the Podcast; I’ll guess that your goal is to master English.
At the end of every segment, you’ll learn all the section in Urdu. And at end of this episode, you’ll listen the audio of all the segments.
Let’s go for it.

Saturday, July 19, 2014

Check back in a jiffy -- Daily Easy English Expression 0021

Today we’ve a great expression and expression is ‘check back in a jiffy. The key expression is ‘in a jiffy’. Another

Monday, July 14, 2014

Thanks to -- Daily Easy English Expression 0020

Yesterday, we have studied ‘because of’ and we’ve used it as an excuse. But today’s expression is

Saturday, July 5, 2014

Because of -- Daily Easy English Expression 0019

Today we have an easy expression ‘because of’. ‘Because of’ can be used in millions of situations. Many times we use it