My British friend Michael and I discuss our reactions to a presentation about “What leads to success,” given by Michael St. John. Everyone wants to be successful, right? But have you ever wondered what it is that leads to success? Richard St. John spent several years interviewing hundreds of successful people, asking them about the factors that led to their success
Hi everyone, Lori here with a quick announcement. Last night I updated the betteratenglish feed so that from now on all of our previous episodes will be accessible through iTunes and other podcatchers. Unfortunately a few of the older episodes are not available yet because of a technical problem with the service that hosts our […]
The third and final part of Michael and Lori’s discussion of the English government’s ban on commercials for junk food before 9 pm, when children are likely to be watching.
Part two of Michael and Lori’s three-part discussion about the English government’s decision to ban junk food ads on television before 9 pm, when children are likely to be watching.
Lori gives you a quick and easy way to find the meaning of idioms that aren’t in your dictionary.
In the first of this three-part conversation, Lori and Michael talk about junk food and television advertising.
Lori announces her new website, uncensoredenglish.com. It’s a site devoted to teaching you swear words, profanity, and other vulgar, naughty language. Note: we don’t condone swearing and profanity, but think it’s important to understand vulgar language when you hear it.