Tag: englishvocabulary

ARSENIO’S ESL PODCAST | SEASON 5 EPISODE 141 | Listening SKILL | People Talking About Their Childhood

Welcome to a great listening today. What we’re going to hear today is people talking about their childhoods. The tasks will be down below (if you’re looking at the blog) if you want to know some of the answers, make sure you’re enrolled on…

TOEFL iBT | Independent Essay | 1 on 1 Coaching | Tips on Constructing your ESSAY

BOOM! We’re here with the writing segment! I’m excited to debut this because I know a lot of you are have troubles with getting grades on your writing. A student of mine had submitted is independent essay, so it’s time to break it down,…

ARSENIO’S ESL PODCAST | SEASON 5 EPISODE 128 | Close LISTENING | Identifying Patterns in Lectures

Academic lectures often contain facts and statistical data that can be included in descriptions of patterns, as well as of trends and static numbers. A pattern is series of repeated events or actions that describe things how things really are. A trend is a…

TOEFL ITP | LISTENING PART B | Haircut

We’re back! So, because I’ve realized some of the TOEFL iTP segments have hit 500 plays (and big shout out to the country of Mexico because you make the majority of plays), I decided to go the coaching route (without the student) and help…

TOEFL iBT | Reading | 1 on 1 Coaching | Guide to Answering Questions

In this podcast, I discuss with a student from Afghanistan HOW to answer questions. The majority of students out there in the world are unsure how to answer — if they should take two sides or how long they should spend on the reading…

ARSENIO’S ESL PODCAST | SEASON 5 EPISODE 122 | PRONUNCIATION FOR SPEAKING | PROMINENCE IN QUESTIONS

Key words such as nouns and main verbs are usually stressed in English. In direct question with a question word, this question word is stressed, along with other key words. Yes / no questions tend to use rising intonation at the end to show…

ARSENIO’S ESL PODCAST | SEASON 5 EPISODE 120 | gRAMMAR | INVERTED conDITIONALS: unREAL pAST reVIEW

We’re back with a special review of something that I had already recovered in the previous season. There’s no harm in reviewing! So, with that being said, more emphasis can be placed on the result of unreal past conditionals using the following inverted construction;…

ARSENIO’S ESL PODCAST | SEASON 5 EPISODE 117 | Reading/Listening | Is Your brain Ready Yet?

Welcome to another reading/listening! Today we’re going to be activating prior knowledge, and the task for you is to write down three stereotypes about teenagers and how they behave. Remember, STEREOTYPES. Share away! And in saying that, the rest of the questions are either…

BUSINESS ENGLISH PODCAST | interviewee | Hernan Sias | Business Bros Podcast | Developing Your Skillset

Back in late March when the entire world began their quarantines, I brought a teacher-friend of mine by the name of Hernan Sias back onto the ESL podcast. Oh, not the ESL this time, but the Business English podcast. In the midst of all…

Business English Podcast | Episode 003 | Anytime, Anywhere: Mobile Phone Etiquette

Have you taken a moment and looked around on a train and wondered why that one particular person was having a full conversation on the phone while everyone else was listening in on it? When it comes to mobile phone etiquette, people lack it…

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