Monthly Archives: October 2020

More American Football English

On Tuesday, I explained how American football is played and talked about the useful football-related term “to huddle.” Here are two more expressions related to football that we use in everyday English. Take a Punt In football, when your team … Continue reading

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Football, American (English) Style

The American football season (time of year) started a few weeks ago. Americans don’t call it “American football,” of course – it’s just football. That other sport the rest of the world calls “football” is known as “soccer” in the … Continue reading

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Should You Do The Hustle? (Video)

“Hustle” has several different meanings in English. Find out what they are in this short video: And take a look at our Cultural English 226 lesson, where we talk more about “hustle.” ~Jeff P.S. Like this short English lesson? Get … Continue reading

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What is an “Empty Nest”? (Video)

What does it mean to have an “empty nest”? Find out in this short 3-minute video: Check out the lesson I talk about in this video, Daily English 444 – Planning for Retirement. And get more information on our Unlimited … Continue reading

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How to Practice Your English

What is “practice” for improving your English? Many people – teachers, students, people on the Internet – think that “practice” means actually speaking English or writing emails, or perhaps talking to yourself in the mirror or repeating what other people … Continue reading

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