Chatterbox #271 – Meet Anna, the new Culips cohost!

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With a heavy heart, Andrew announces that frequent cohost Jeremy is leaving the Culips team. However, it’s a great time to introduce the new Culips host, Anna! She is from the United Kingdom and currently lives in Spain. Anna is a teacher and even has her own podcast. We hope you follow her new Culips journey with us!

Chatterbox is a series for intermediate and advanced English learners. The conversations feature natural, unedited speech between native English speakers. Give it a listen!

Fun facts

In the Hindu tradition, rain on your wedding day is actually considered good luck. The rain predicts a long, happy marriage because a wet knot is difficult to untie.

Expressions included in the study guide

  • Bittersweet
  • Heavy heart
  • To step back
  • Residential
  • Eyesore
  • To stumble into [something]

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Music Credit: Something Elated by Broke For Free, Step On by Jahzzar
Photo Credit: Andrew Bates

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marian
marian
16 days ago

I am so happy that Anna is part of Culips! She is great and a we have a new accent to listen to! 😄

Atsuko
Atsuko
4 months ago

Thank you so much for having Anna as a co-host!

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