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Speak English with Christina
6 minutes | Feb 8, 2021
3 advanced English idioms about people you admire & like
Let’s share some love and positive energy, with idioms for talking about people you like.🎧 Test your comprehension with the full episode of the Faster Fluency Conversation Club podcast: [FFCC PODCAST LINK HERE]PRACTICE SPEAKING EACH DAY & BECOME MORE CONFIDENT FASTERBecome a member of my Faster Fluency Conversation Club! Details: https://christinarebuffetcourses.com/faster-fluency-conversation-club/join-now 🎁 MY GIFT, TO HELP YOU START: Save -40% off your 1st month of membership! Use the code FFCC40 when you join!)HOW FASTER FLUENCY CONVERSATION CLUB HELPS YOU: “After 2 months in the Club, I’m not hesitant speaking English anymore! And the other members are becoming my friends around the world!” --Georges, retired doctor (France)“The Faster Fluency Conversation Club helps me make English part of my daily life. I love connecting with people around the world, and learning about their cultures.” --Meire, teacher (Brazil)“I improved my listening & speaking skills in the Club, and I also improved my personality! I truly love everything about the Faster Fluency Conversation Club!” --Prachi, doctor (India)“This Club gives me more confidence in speaking, and I appreciate the tips & corrections from the teachers.” --José, company owner & manager (Spain) Watch the video version of this podcast, for illustrations, explanatory slides, and a bit of fun: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sh7mSELgC3Y&feature=youtu.be
6 minutes | Jul 8, 2020
Vocabulary! Fluency! Confidence!: How to stop feeling uncomfortable speaking English, with Faster Fluency Conversation Club
Stop feeling uncomfortable when speaking to a client in English or in a meeting – here’s how the Faster Fluency Conversation Club will help!WHAT YOU'LL LEARN IN THIS EPISODE:1 - What you need to get confident in business in English2 - What the Faster Fluency Conversation Club can give you3 - How the Faster Fluency Conversation Club will adapt to your own situationBecome a member of the Faster Fluency Conversation Club today: https://christinarebuffetcourses.com/faster-fluency-conversation-club/join-nowSave -40% off your first month! Use the code FFCC40 when you join today!
7 minutes | Jul 6, 2020
Simplify your English with "GET": 3 essential structures
We use “get” all the time in English! It makes your English simpler and more advanced. Learn 3 essential structures, so you can use them confidently in conversationsRead the full blog post at https://christinarebuffet.com/blog/get-in-english-2/WHAT YOU'LL LEARN IN THIS EPISODE:Get toGet + adjectiveGet = to understandTake the next steps towards more confidence in English with this playlist of video episodes: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tmIHeeQrV2E&list=PLz3efoLoIqr9vUR72xDdlHK0Qd_1dEqMY
6 minutes | Jul 3, 2020
How teaching business English in France inspired me to create Speak English with Christina
When I was a kid, down in the funny-sounding town* of Pascagoula, Mississippi, I dreamed about travelling. Most of all, about all the different cultures and languages, all the places to go, people to meet… I even started trying to learn some words in the language of the Cherokee (a Native American tribe). From this time, I kept two main things: 1. The Cherokee word for “Hello” (“ᏏᏲ”, pronounced “Siyo”) 2. The dream that one day, a magic fairy would teach me all the languages in the world One thing led to another*, and I ended up living* in France. I had to face the real world, there. Magic fairies don’t exist. And “Hello” isn’t enough to really speak a language. But I learned a lot, and this experience is what pushed me to create Speak English with Christina. Today, I’m sharing my story with you – and how you can use what I learned, to improve your English.- The extra mile: Vocabulary and expressions from the description - - Down in [city] = “Back there in that city” / “When I was in that town…” - One thing led to another = “In brief,” “After some time” - To end up: I ended up [doing something] = “Finally, I [did something]”, “As a result, I [did something]...”
3 minutes | Jul 2, 2020
Introducing Speak English with Christina, the podcast
Hi, I’m your English coach Christina, and welcome to Speak English with Christina: Step by step English lessons to help you learn faster, feel more confident, and reach your full potential. You may already know my popular YouTube channel, which has almost 450,000 subscribers, and now, to be able to help even more busy professionals around the world, I’m going to experiment with something: Making my episodes available as podcasts. You’ll be able to listen as you travel to work, while you’re out running, or while having breakfast in the morning. Even if you’re very busy, you’ll have no excuses! You’ll train your ear to understand American English better and become more confident in real conversations. Speaking and understanding a language is a habit, and the more I can help you add English to your everyday life, and build your English routine and habits, the faster you’ll become fluent and confident. And when you learn faster, you’ll get more opportunities and achieve more faster. Of course, if you listen to an episode, and then want to watch the video version, head over to my YouTube channel Speak English with Christina. You’ll find the same episode, but often with some animated explanations, expressions written on the screen, and other features for you visual learners out there. And when you watch the video of the podcast you’ve already listened to, you’ll be repeating and reviewing the lesson, which is essential for remembering!If you’re already a fan of Speak English with Christina, please give me some stars and write a short review. This helps others find this new podcast, so they can join the Speak English with Christina community and also learn English with us, step by step. The first episode will be available soon, go ahead and subscribe so you don’t miss it!
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