This question is about “as well”. Is it exactly the same as “too”? Can it also be used in another way? Check out this episode to find out! Listen to fun English podcasts with natural expressions and everyday vocabulary for language learners. Every Culips episode has interesting elements of culture as well as language.
You can blow a whistle and be a whistleblower, but we also used the expression “whistleblower” for a person who tells the authorities when a company is doing something illegal. This episode also includes explanations of a “tattletale” and “telling on” someone. Expressions included in the learning materials To whistle A whistle A whistleblower more »
Are we on for tonight? Here we have a question about a casual expression for confirming plans. To find out exactly what it means, you’ll have to listen to this episode! Sample transcript: Harp: Hello everyone, this is Harp… Robin: And Robin… Harp: With the Curious Questions podcast at Culips.com, that’s C-U-L-I-P-S.com. Robin: OK, more »
In this episode we talk about being grumpy and other words with the same meaning. We are not usually grumpy people, so we act out some examples for you. Here is one below: Expressions included in the learning materials Grumpy Meh Whoa Synonyms for “Grumpy” Oscar the Grouch Getting up / waking up on more »
This is the first of a new Culips podcast. Here we chat! This episode Harp and Maura chat about Living in residence in University. Let us know what you think!
In this episode Robin and Maura look at the word watch. Watch can be a verb or a noun and is used in quite a few expressions. First we discuss how watch and look are different. Then we tell you how to watch out! Expressions included in the learning materials To watch / to more »