Better at English

by loris.archive@gmail.com (Lori Linstruth) · · · · 43 subscribers

Want to learn English conversation? Better at English "Real English Conversations" podcast (established in 2006) gives you fun, authentic English conversations for listening practice. You'll learn informal vocabulary, slang, idioms, and more. Read along as you listen with our free transcripts -- go to https://www.betteratenglish.com/transcripts for free transcripts and vocabulary lessons. The host of Better at English, Lori, also does solo English lesson episodes where she talks about English learning tips, grammar, vocabulary, and other topics to help you with your English learning. This podcast is suitable for English learners from lower-intermediate and above.

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.
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.
Download English lesson podcast and transcript Hello and welcome to Better at English, the podcast that focuses on real English for real people. My name is Lori, and today I’m going to give you a quick and easy way to find the meaning of idioms that aren’t in your dictionary. …
Download English lesson podcast and transcript Hello and welcome to Better at English, the podcast that focuses on real English for real people. My name is Lori, and today I’m going to give you a quick and easy way to find the meaning o[...]
Download English lesson podcast and transcript Introduction Hi! Lori here, welcoming you to another episode of Real English Conversations from BetterAtEnglish.com. In today’s conversation, which is the first of three parts, my English friend Michael and I talk about junk food and television advertising. Before you listen to the conversation, …
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.
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.
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.
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.
Hi everyone! Lori here with a quick announcement. Even though many of you have told me that you don’t mind the occasional swear word or bit of off-color language, I’ve decided that it’s best to keep B@E a relatively clean site, an[...]
Hi everyone! Lori here with a quick announcement. Even though many of you have told me that you don’t mind the occasional swear word or bit of off-color language, I’ve decided that it’s best to keep B@E a relatively clean site, and put all the naughty stuff on a different …
Idioms: to kick oneself March 24, 2007
Download English lesson podcast and transcript Hi! Lori here, welcoming you to another episode of 2-minute English from BetterAtEnglish.com. This episode is in response to a question from Seref, a teacher of English in Turkey, who sent in a [...]
Idioms: to kick oneself March 24, 2007
In this episode, Lori answers a listener's question about the meaning of the idiom "to kick oneself."
Idioms: to kick oneself March 24, 2007
In this episode, Lori answers a listener's question about the meaning of the idiom "to kick oneself."
Idioms: to kick oneself March 24, 2007
Download English lesson podcast and transcript Hi! Lori here, welcoming you to another episode of 2-minute English from BetterAtEnglish.com. This episode is in response to a question from Seref, a teacher of English in Turkey, who sent in a question about the sentence I feel like kicking myself. Seref is …
Idioms: to kick oneself March 24, 2007
Download English lesson podcast and transcript Hi! Lori here, welcoming you to another episode of 2-minute English from BetterAtEnglish.com. This episode is in response to a question from Seref, a teacher of English in Turkey, who sent in a question about the sentence I feel like kicking myself. Seref is …
In today’s conversation, my English friend Michael and I talk about how much we use and depend on the Internet in our daily lives, particularly Google. In our conversation, which was completely unplanned and spontaneous, we ended up using quite a few phrasal verbs. I have highlighted these phrasal verbs …
How did we ever get along without Google? Lori and Michael about how much they depend on the Internet in their daily lives. In this completely unplanned and spontaneous conversation, they use quite a few phrasal verbs.
How did we ever get along without Google? Lori and Michael about how much they depend on the Internet in their daily lives. In this completely unplanned and spontaneous conversation, they use quite a few phrasal verbs.