FIGURE OUT ENGLISH – Podcast to learn English

Listen and read the episode notes

Figure Out English 06 Apologising

06 I didn’t mean to… Apologising 

Figure Out English 05 How to ask about prices

05 How much does it cost? Asking about price 

Figure Out English 04 How to ask questions

04 Easy way to ask questions – ‘Can I?’ 

I guess you will agree that asking questions is always the hardest in communication for English learners. I suggest you follow some basic patterns which you can use in many contexts. Today I am sharing the first pattern with you. You can use it to make a lot of questions in everyday conversations. Watch the video episode and practise with me!

Figure Out English 03 So do I Neither do I

03 So do I / Neither do I 

Today we will learn how to say that something is the same for you when having a conversation in English. These are popular everyday phrases for your speaking.

Figure Out English 02 I don't understand

02 Ways to say ‘I don’t understand’ in English 

Today we deal with a confusing situation: how to say ‘I don’t understand’ in English. When you have problems with understanding – it is usual, and you shouldn’t be afraid of that. It happens all the time with native speakers too. But for English learners, it is quite emotional because it could show you are not fluent enough, and we don’t want to look stupid.

Figure Out English Podcast | Daria Storozhilova

About ‘Figure Out English’ Podcast 

  Welcome to ‘Figure Out English’ podcast for English learners! <<< Subscribe on iTunes >>>  <<< Subscribe on Soundcloud >>> Hello, everybody! This is me, Daria Storozhilova, and this is my new podcast for English learners – Figure Out English. This will be a series of short episodes, from 3 to 5 minutes long. Subscribe on figureoutenglish.com to get all the episodes in your inbox. I want to help you stop feeling lost in English. We will discuss set expressions you need to use to sound natural in English, fix vocabulary and pronunciation problems. Let’s learn how to avoid stupid mistakes in…

[]