Tag: englishgrammar

Arsenio’s ESL Podcast | Season 5 Episode 60 | Grammar | Transitive and Intransitive Verbs

I’m excited about this one because this will certainly demolish all foreigner teachers out there in the world who try to insult students by asking big, dumb questions such as “what’s a transit verb.” To put it plain, transitive verbs are like any other,…

Arsenio’s ESL Podcast | Season 5 Episode 59 | Developing Writing | A Process

Today, you are going to learn about transitive and intransitive verbs, and writing definitions. You will then use these to write a description of how hydroelectricity is produced. INSERT PICTURE Geothermal energy is a clean form of renewable energy that used heat stored within…

UDEMY Pronunciation Course (Phase 1) Now Available!

Speaker 1: (00:00)Guys. Welcome back to another episode Arsenio’s ESL podcast. Today is one of those special very special days, guys, man, I’d been working on this for a long time, but man, it’s been a long time coming. I finally overcame procrastination within…

Arsenio’s ESL Podcast | Season 5 Episode 58 | Critical Thinking | Identifying Bias

Bias is an attitude that someone has that makes them treat someone in a way that is unfair or different. it is also when someone prefers a thing or idea in a way that is unfair. People can show their bias in a number…

Arsenio’s Pronunciation Course on UDEMY Debut!

Omg! The first of five phases are finally here to get your pronunciation up to par! After so many pronunciation podcasts, I’ve finally created a course (in five phases) for all of you who want to improve your pronunciation and communicate directly with me!…

70,000 plays for my ESL Podcast. THANK YOU!

Wow! Not to be negative, but Buzzsprout did screw me over on this. Not only did they give me false hope when I got 2,000 plays in a day, but then they took away the plays and completely stalled the consistent climb to stardom….

TOEIC | Grammar | Incomplete Sentences | Improving Your Knowledge of Pronouns

For those of you who want the rundown right here, here are some common indefinite pronoun uses tested in the TOEIC test. Some(-one/-body/-where): used for sentences with a positive meaning. No (-one/-body/-where): used to give a negative meaning to a positive sentences. Any (-one/-body/-where): often used…

Arsenio’s ESL Podcast | Season 5 Episode 55 | Listening | Annotate Presentation Slides

Guys, welcome back to another listening/developing speaking podcast and today you’re going to listen to how to annotate presentation slides.  Often times, presenters handout presentation slides to the audience.  What you should do is learn how to annotate them.  Check that slide details include…

Arsenio’s ESL Podcast | Season 5 Episode 54 | Pronunciation | Fill In The Blank Practice

Ahhh, here’s goes one of my new activities for the years. I wrote out a paragraph about sports, and how it runs deep within my bloodlines. However, on my blog, which is down below, there are missing words that you need to fill in. …

Arsenio’s ESL Podcast | Season 5 Episode 57 | Pronunciation | International Phonetic Alphabet Vowel Sounds

Found probably the most useful chart in all of the free world. Down below is a chart of how words and vowels sound. Because I just unleashed a course on UDEMY (or soon to be and you’ll see it advertised), I would love to…