Monthly Archives: September 2019

What Does “Carry Out” Mean?*

Learn the different meanings of “carry out” in this quick video. *NOTE: As a noun, we usually spell “carryout” as a single word, or hyphenate it (carry-out). The video caption has it as two words, but that’s usually just for … Continue reading

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More Listening and Reading Will Help You Speak English Better: A True Story

If you’ve been a fan of ESLPod.com, you know that we’re always telling you to read and listen to as much English as you can. Reading and listening is the key (most important thing) to improving speaking and writing. There’s … Continue reading

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“Drive Hammered, Get Nailed”

I was driving down the 10 freeway here in Los Angeles the other day (recently) and saw an interesting sign. Freeways in Southern California usually have large electronic signs every few miles that announce important but usually boring (uninteresting) information … Continue reading

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