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English conversions at a normal speed. We interview someone who has an interesting story to tell.

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English idioms, phrases, common slang and interesting vocabulary make you sound like a native speaker

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Practical English expressions for everyday situations that you encounter in an English speaking country.

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Practical English expressions for everyday situations that you encounter in an English speaking country.

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Catch Word #9 – Wave

Hey! Over here! We’re over here! We are waving at you so you look over here! This week’s word is wave and all of...

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Close Up #6 – New Job

Linda has started her new job and meets one of her new colleagues. What can you say when you meet someone new? It is...

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Curious Question #8 – How have you been?

How have you been? When you greet someone you can say, “How are you?” and you can say “How have you been?” A smart listener...

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Catch Word #7 – Clear

Do you know all the meanings of the word clear? Do you understand them clearly? Here we try to make some of the definitions...

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Curious Question #7 – In Da House

Robin and Maura are in da house! What does that mean? A real music lover heard this and wrote in to find out what...

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Catch Word #99 – To bite the dust

This is a fun episode about slang for to die! Of course, all these slang terms for dying are not meant to be used about...

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Curious Questions #2 – Different meanings of Whichever

“Whichever” way you look at it, English can be a little bit difficult. Here we talk about “whichever” and how to use it carefully. Don’t...

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Curious Question #20 – Silent p

Sometimes English pronunciation is very difficult. Sometimes we spell words quite differently from how they sound. This happens often because the word originally comes from...

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Tips for Learning English

Everyone knows that learning English is difficult, but don’t worry—Culips is here to help! We’ve put together a list of language-learning tips that will have...

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Pizza Ladder

A Culips listener from South Korea sent us an email asking about Andrew’s use of the expression pizza ladder in Simplified Speech #010 First Jobs. If...

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