Simplified Speech #165 – What were you like as a teenager?
We all have stories about our teenage years – some funny, some awkward. In this episode, Andrew and...
Emergencies can be extremely stressful, but they certainly make for some good stories. In this Simplified Speech episode, hosts Andrew and Kassy recount several stories from their childhoods about emergency situations. You’ll hear stories about stubborn children, bee stings, and getting stuck in theatre chairs. Listen to their tales and find out if you’ve gone through anything similar!
Simplified Speech is a Culips series that features easy to understand conversations that help beginner and intermediate English learners improve their listening skills..
Did you know that 911 (in North America) and 112 (in the European Union) are the most common emergency service numbers? Even if you can’t remember the right emergency number for the country you’re in, dialing either of these numbers on your smartphone should connect you to an emergency line immediately.
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Music Credit: Something Elated by Broke For Free, Step On by Jahzzar
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hello I’m Sanghwa Jung
Hello, Sanghwa! Welcome to Culips 🙂
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Hello Andrew and Kasey! I cannot thank you enough for your awesome podcast! It has been about two years that I’ve come to the US to pursue my PhD in Genetics. However, I was born and raised in iran, and speaking is still challenging to me. I do really want to sound like a native speaker in the near future to be successful in my career after graduation. I’m sure your program will definitely boost my english to be a superior teaching assistant for my undergrad students as well! BTW, my name is Azin and is pronounced like Ozzy! You guys are simply amazing! Thanks!
Welcome to the Culips community. We’re stoked you’re here to learn with us and we’ll do our best to be as helpful as we can. Thanks!
Hello Andrew and Kassy, I want to thank you guys, I’m so happy to became a member of the Culips, I’ve been listening you on the podcast for a long time, and I could improve my listen abilities day by day. I think you guys are the best teachers. I highly recommend you for all my friends.
That’s so awesome to hear. Thanks so much for the kind words and for learning with us!
Another great episode. These are super useful expressions. Thanks!