Black History Month is celebrated each year during the month of February. It is an opportunity for Americans to learn about the contributions of black Americans in all areas of life: business, leadership, music, art, movies, writing, science, inventions, industry, sports, and philosophy. In this episode, you will learn about important black Americans such as Frederick Douglass, Martin Luther King, Jr., Mae Jemison, Washington Carver, and others. To purchase the lesson guide, visit www.englishfluencynow.com
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EFN 78: Memorial Day
17:51In this episode you will learn about the history of Memorial Day and how it is observed these days. Memorial Day is a day of remembrance. It is a time to honor American military personnel who died in the line of duty, serving their country. Podcast Lesson Guides are available at www.englishfluencynow.com/products
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EFN 76: Massage
23:20In this episode I talk about the different types of massage you can get at various places in the U.S. You will learn useful vocabulary related to massage so you can discuss the differences, know how to book a massage, and know what to expect when you get one. The Lesson Guide is available at www.englishfluencynow.com I hope you enjoy this episode. If you do, please write a positive review. Thanks!
EFN 75: Hobby Farms
16:44In this episode I discuss hobby farms. Now that more and more people are working from home, people are choosing to move out of cities and live in the country. They are starting hobby farms, raising animals, growing food, and becoming more self-sufficient. Listen to find out more about hobby farms and the many reasons people are moving back to the land. Lesson guides available at www.englishfluencynow.com
EFN 74: Joshua Tree
17:48In this episode I tell you about my recent trip to Joshua Tree National Park and Palm Springs. You will learn a little about this area of Southern California and what types of things you can do if you visit. Named after the unique Joshua Tree, this park encompasses two desert environments, The Mojave and The Colorado. Lesson Guides are available online at www.englishfluencynow.com
EFN 73: CA Universities
27:20In this episode I explain what American high school students and foreigners need to do to plan for college, and what the four options are in California. California has community colleges, the California State University system, the University of California system, and private colleges. Listen to the podcast to learn about the admissions process, costs, and how to choose the best school for you. Purchase the Lesson Guide at www.englishfluencynow.com
EFN 72: Credit Cards
23:31In this episode I am talking about credit cards. What are they? Why do we use them? What are the pros and cons? How do you get one? Find out all about how credit cards work so you can be able to understand and speak about this topic in English. You will learn lots of useful words and phrases related to this topic. To purchase the Lesson Guide, visit www.englishfluencynow.com
EFN 71: Popular Diets
18:16In this episode you will learn about a variety of diets that have become quite popular in the U.S. in the past few decades. These diets include vegetarian, vegan, low-car, keto, paleo, and carnivore. Each diet has numerous proponents and followers. In this episode you will learn how these diet plans have changed the way Americans eat. This episode is chock full of useful words to talk about dietary preferences. Lesson Guides are available at www.englishfluencynow.com/products. Enjoy!
EFN 70: First Job
20:47In the U.S., many teens get their first job between the ages of 14 and 18. Listen to this episode to find out which types of businesses hire teens, how much money they make, and the types of work they do. You will also learn about the minimum wage and what a paycheck will look like after taxes and deductions. To purchase the Lesson Guide, visit www.englishfluencynow.com
EFN 69: Black History Month
25:21Black History Month is celebrated each year during the month of February. It is an opportunity for Americans to learn about the contributions of black Americans in all areas of life: business, leadership, music, art, movies, writing, science, inventions, industry, sports, and philosophy. In this episode, you will learn about important black Americans such as Frederick Douglass, Martin Luther King, Jr., Mae Jemison, Washington Carver, and others. To purchase the lesson guide, visit www.englishfluencynow.com