This is the pdf transcript for the Better at English podcast episode Chick Magnet, in the Real English Conversations series. The transcript contains everything that the speakers say in the podcast, plus extra vocabulary and language usage points. There are many ways you can use the Better at English conversation transcripts to get more benefit […]
Transcript for Better at English REC003 including vocabulary notes. Everything Lori says plus the entire conversation is transcribed for you. You also get a pre-listening activity, study tips, and extensive vocabulary notes.
Transcript and vocabulary notes for LT002. Lori talks to you about one of her favorite quotes: 80% of success is showing up. You’ll learn what it means and who said it. And if you’re feeling discouraged with your English progress, you’ll learn how resolving to keep “showing up” can get you back on track with your learning.
Lori burns her arm while making a cup of tea, and can’t sleep because it hurts so much. Her mother tries to help her find a way to get through the night. The real English conversation is between Lori and her mother the following morning, discussing what they did to relieve the pain and whether or not it worked.
Transcript for Better at English “Real English Conversations” episode about the crazy, weird food that people actually eat. Everything Lori says plus the entire conversation is transcribed for you. Vocabulary notes that explain key vocab and usage are also included.
Transcript for Better at English “Real English Conversations” episode “Dont. Everything Lori says plus the entire conversation is transcribed for you. Vocabulary notes that explain key vocab and usage are also included.
This is the transcript for Better at English “Real English Conversations” podcast episode about perfectionism and procrastination (part 3)
Lori invites her mom onto the podcast to discuss telling time in English, focusing on some of the differences between American and British English usage.
Lori and her Dutch friend Yvette continue their discussion of perfectionism, focusing on how it can cause problems for foreign language learners.
Do you ever procrastinate? Lori sure does! She and her Dutch friend Yvette talk about what procrastination is, why we do it, and what we can do about it.
My British friend Michael and I begin by talking about whether we are dog people or cat people. Then we move on to discuss the social etiquette of dog walking, particularly picking up after them in public places.
In this episode, Michael and Lori talk about weird food combinations — you won’t believe what some Americans like on their hamburgers!
In the first of this three-part conversation, Lori and Michael talk about junk food and television advertising. In a nutshell, they don’t like it.