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114 - How to talk about Christmas

25 Dec 2015 Kevin Schell
In this podcast, Sam who is from the US talks about his favorite holiday, Christmas, and explains why he loves it so much.

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113 - Difference between sounds of th and s

08 Oct 2015 Nikki Akraminejad
Most languages do have the sound /s/ in them, so that is not difficult to pronounce. The difficult one is the English th which sounds /θ/. Do not get upset if you cannot say it. Your brain will need training in order to learn this sound.

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112 - Time Prepositions

07 Aug 2015 Nikki Akraminejad
Students usually confuse “at”, “on” and “in” in time expressions. Listen to this podcast on how to use prepositions of time correctly.

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111 - Confusing adverbs

26 Jun 2015 Nikki Akraminejad
A podcast on how to tell the difference between adverbs ending in "-ly" and irregular adverbs.

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110 - How to improve your vocabulary

21 Aug 2014 Maryam Taghavi
A podcast with tips on how to improve your English vocabulary.

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109 - Modal Verbs

01 Apr 2014 Maryam Taghavi, Milad Moodi
A grammar point. Learn to use English modal verbs (can, could, must, would, may, will) correctly, and avoid common mistakes about them.

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108 - Describe a museum

27 Mar 2014 Maryam Taghavi
In part 2 of the speaking test, you have one minute to prepare and 1-2 minutes to talk using a cue card the examiner gives you. In this 2-minute podcast an IELTS Juice expert describes a museum.

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104 - a special occasion

10 Dec 2013 Maryam Taghavi
A model answer for IELTS speaking test - Part 2. The topic is 'Describe a special occasion for which you arrived late.'

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103 - formal or informal

10 Nov 2013 Maryam Taghavi, Milad Moodi
A note on formality. Learn how to speak/write more formally.

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102 - my favourite possession

10 Oct 2013 Maryam Taghavi
A model answer for IELTS speaking test - Part 2. The topic is 'Describe your favourite possession.'

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