I told everyone I would make a blog/newsletter, highlighting the memorable journey that was commenced on June the 20th. Here it is! Here are some highlights of some of the top podcasts, international guest speakers, and more!
This was one of the top podcasts of the season. Articles, which are often confused, can be even more confusing if you don’t know how to use “a” and “the.” So, here’s the podcast down below for you guys to listen to!
Val, who’s a Filipino living in Cebu, was kind enough to join me for the biggest podcast play in season 1. She’s an international school teacher with an American accent, something that’s very interesting (and she learned by mimicking everything a foreigner said). It was sad to finish the podcast early because of loud noises in the hotel, but here’s a nice little feature of that episode in the link down below.
One of my favorites! This singer, who I found on soundcloud, has a gorgeous voice and is doing great things in life. Mashye, who lives in Jakarta, joined me on a podcast late at night (and I’m emphasizing that because my energy is quite low). Here’s the link!
This was another ground-breaker for ESL students, having problems using get in collocation form.
Prefixes and suffixes can change the meaning of any base form. It could make it a noun, adjective, or even a negative. Here’s a podcast and a blog on just that.
Phrasal verbs are often confused with students who are learning English. These phrasal verbs can also be confused with idioms. There are phrasal verbs that are associated with a variety of different things, but in this episode, I decided to cover some that are associated with reading and writing.
These, along with a few others, helped a lot of students over the course of the season. So, if you guys are interested in more videos, be sure to click the links below to get the podcast and follow me on social media for more updates!
Podcast on Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/7hdzplWx6xB8mhwDJYiP6f?si=5vUca3p2QGuWPZbhzCRwBw
Podcast on FM: https://player.fm/series/2288534
Podcast on ListenNote: https://www.listennotes.com/c/778cf3cfd2564ba5b01f693bfebc96de/arsenio-s-esl-podcast/
Podcast on CastBox: https://castbox.fm/channel/Arsenio’s-ESL-Podcast-id1251433?country=us
Q & A: ArsenioBuck@icloud.com
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