Topic: Audio (17 articles)

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Simplicity as Teaching Tool

Working with children taught me that whenever I need to understand (or explain) something, it’s best to start at zero. There’s no need to bring former knowledge, opinions or experience. For adults this is more difficult than children, so it…

April 30, 2012, by

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English: Food Services Industry Exercise

Review & Deepening This presumes you have followed along with the first two posts of this series, here and here. — [audio:http://jp.learnoutlive.com/media/Food%20services%20review%201.mp3]download In the food services industry, workers provide food related service to customers at different kinds of stores. Some…

November 16, 2010, by

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English Pronunciation: Food Services Industry, Pt. 2

More Food for Thought This is a simple recording demonstrating the pronunciation of ten additional words from a list of food services industry vocabulary intended for English learning that I have acquired. I hope this provides a little free listening…

November 16, 2010, by

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An Amazing Spectacle over Ireland

When Countries Don’t Want Bailouts And No One Can Be Bothered To Care Audio version [audio:http://jp.learnoutlive.com/media/An%20Amazing%20Spectacle%20Over%20Ireland.mp3]download What would happen if a country didn’t want a bailout, and didn’t need one until mid-2011 at absolute earliest, but other countries wail against…

November 15, 2010, by

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English Pronunciation: Food Services Industry

Tasty Business Vocabulary This is a simple recording demonstrating the pronunciation of ten words from a list of food services industry vocabulary intended for English learning that I have acquired. Enjoy. [audio:http://jp.learnoutlive.com/media/Food%20services%20pronunciation%201.mp3] download Food Workers Service Stores Services Grocery Drinking…

November 15, 2010, by

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Greetings, Meetings and Farewells in American English

How To Meet, Greet and Say Goodbye Seven minutes audio recording, by Jeremiah Bourque. [audio:http://jp.learnoutlive.com/media/English%20Greetings.mp3]download

November 11, 2010, by

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Why Helping Others is the Best Way to Spend Your Time

When we as people have fulfilled our basic needs like food and shelter, we are free to do other things. So, what are the options? Some people go fishing, others read a book, go dancing, do yoga, participate in public…

August 24, 2010, by

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“Perfect is the Enemy of Done” – The Creation of an Audiobook

I don’t believe it makes much sense these days to publish CDs anymore. It is too expensive and takes too long. Audiobooks on the other hand, are a great way to learn about new ideas in an entertaining way. As…

August 1, 2010, by

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I Am…

An Essay by Jeremiah Bourque Listen to this Article as a Podcast Your browser does not support the audio element. The English language really begins with two words: I am. English verb phrases are defined by two things: what is…

April 5, 2010, by

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Figurative Meaning: Explanations & Examples

Literal vs. Figurative Meanings https://learnoutlive.com/wp-content/audio/Literal-vs-Figurative.mp3 When discussing American English idioms, or expressions, or sayings, it is very important to understand the difference between the “literal” and “figurative” meanings of a word or phrase. “Literal” has the same root as “literary,”…

March 6, 2010, by

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Olympics Skeleton [PODCAST]

In this episode, I explain the Winter Olympics event called “the Skeleton.” Why “skeleton”…? Listen and find out! [audio:http://learnoutlive.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/02/Olympics-Skeleton.mp3]download In this episode, I explain the Winter Olympics event called “the Skeleton.” Why “skeleton”…? Listen and find out!

February 18, 2010, by

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Japanese Online Beginner’s Syllabus [PODCAST]

In this episode Jeremiah Bourque, the head of our Japanese department talks about his syllabus for beginners, outlining in broad strokes the course of the lessons which include kanji, grammar, vocabular and of course lots of “cool stuff”. [audio:http://learnoutlive.com/wp-content/audio/Beginner Japanese…

February 15, 2010, by