Technology and computers are all around us and because of this technology words have become an important part of informal English speech. Are you a 'geek'? How often do you 'blow a fuse'? Find out the meaning of these expressions and more in this colloquial English podcast. Download the colloquial English ebook at http://zappenglish.com.
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Food - Zapp English Colloquial 2.16
19:45Are you the 'breadwinner' in your family? Do you know a 'big cheese'? Get the answer to these questions and more in this colloquial English podcast. Food is everywhere in informal and colloquial English and in this english lesson you're going to learn some of the most common expressions using food words and at the same time develop your ability to listen to natural spoken English conversations. Download the eBook with the expressions, exercises and transcript of the conversations at http://zappenglish.com
Money - Zapp English Colloquial 2.15
17:15Money! Maybe you have lots, maybe you have a little. However much money you have, you're going to need to talk about it, and money is a topic with many informal expressions in English. In this English podcast you'll learn some of the most common and informal expressions about money, as well as working on your listening skills with natural English conversations. Download the ebook with transcript and additional exercises in http://zappenglish.com
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Time - Zapp English Colloquial 2.14
19:22Did you know you can 'kill time' in English? And why are moons sometimes blue? Find out the answers to these questions and more, as you learn some of the most frequent and useful informal expressions for talking about time in this colloquial English audio class. Get the ebook and more Colloquial English audio classes at http://zappenglish.com.
Around the Home - Zapp English Colloquial 2.13
21:08In this audio podcast you'll develop your ability to listen to natural and informal English as well as learning common and useful expressions related to houses and homes. Did you know that 'to crash at someone's house' is not connected to cars? What about 'to house-sit'? You can't always guess the non-literal meaning of informal English expressions, but you'll understand how we use them by the end of this audio class. Download the e-book and transcription at http://zappenglish.com.
Computers - Zapp English Colloquial 2.12
19:57Technology and computers are all around us and because of this technology words have become an important part of informal English speech. Are you a 'geek'? How often do you 'blow a fuse'? Find out the meaning of these expressions and more in this colloquial English podcast. Download the colloquial English ebook at http://zappenglish.com.
Things in the House - Zapp English Colloquial 2.11
20:27Get the ebook at http://zappenglish.com. There are lots of informal expressions in English that use things we find in our houses. Do you know any with the word 'iron'? Or 'sheet'? You will, after listening to our colloquial English podcast. Use the conversations to practise your listening skills and guess the meaning of the English expressions. Then work on your pronunciation and memory with the words and phrases.
Describing Things - Zapp English Colloquial 2.10
18:22"Can you pass me that....that thing there? That...that thing! I can't remember the name!" In this colloquial podcast you'll learn some useful English words we use when we can't remember the word, or we don't know the word, as well as some common informal expressions to describe everyday objects. Do you have anything 'wicked'? Are your things in 'mint condition'? Listen and find out. Download the Informal English eBook at http://zappenglish.com.
Describing Appearance - Zapp English Colloquial 2.9
19:26You'll have fun in this colloquial audio lesson, finding out how to describe appearance, and people you think are attractive! Listen to English conversations about informal words and phrases for describing appearance, and see if you can guess the meaning. You will also work on your listening skills and hear which words Clare uses to describe sexy men! Download the colloquial English ebook at http://zappenglish.com.
Education and Learning - Zapp English Colloquial 2.8
22:08Do you know anything 'off by heart'? Have you ever 'flunked out'? Listen to this podcast containing informal English conversations and find out the answers. In this audio class, you'll hear colloquial and idiomatic speech that will help you better understand real and everyday English about school, learning and education. Get the ebook and more Colloquial English audio classes at http://zappenglish.com.
In Town - Zapp English Colloquial 2.7
19:07Corners, markets and undergrounds are just some of the things we find in towns and cities. But did you know each of these words can be used in English to mean something completely different? Lots of English words have a meaning and then a non-literal meaning in an informal expression. This colloquial podcast will teach you ten new colloquial English expressions. Download the colloquial English ebook at http://zappenglish.com.