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TOEFL iTP | Reading | North American Colonies | YouTube + Podcast

Welcome back, everyone! In this episode, I’m going to do a thorough break down of this TOEFL iTP reading passage — North American Colonies. I’ve been doing a lot of coaching as of late, so I decided to make my first YouTube video +…

Arsenio’s ESL Podcast: Season 5 Introduction (Advanced Level)

WOW! 1.5 five years and 4 seasons later, I’ve reached the biggest level of them all: advanced. I first began at the elementary level before going into pre-intermediate, small segment of intermediate, and then upper-intermediate. Now we’re here at the most difficult season of…

Arsenio’s ESL Podcast: Season 4 – Episode 133 – Grammar – Whatever, Wherever, Whoever

We use whoever, whenever, whichever, whatever, however when it doesn’t make any difference who, when, which, etc. The clause which contains whatever, whoever, etc, can come at the start of the sentence or in the middle. Whatever I do, you’re always angry with me….

Arsenio’s ESL Podcast: Season 4 – Episode 125 – Advantages & Disadvantages of Interning

Speaker 1: (00:00)Guys, welcome back to another, ESL podcast and man, I’m your crazy ass host as always of the one and only the latte and only Arsenio and today. Oh yeah, we’re talking about possible advantages and disadvantages of the good oh internship….

Arsenio’s ESL Podcast: Katarina Gleisberg on Communication in the Classroom

Another brilliant podcast with one of my favorite people in the world! Katarina Gleisberg, teacher from North Dakota, has come back onto my podcast today to deliver bombs of glory for both teachers and students. Here’s the podcast, YouTube video, and full transcript! Podcast…

Arsenio’s ESL Podcast: Season 3 – Episode 76 – Grammar – Indirect Questions

Indirect questions can be confusing, so I decided to go over them with you guys. We use question marks when the first part of the sentence is a question. Have you any idea what time he’s coming? When there is no question word (who,…

Arsenio’s ESL Podcast: TOEIC Reading Comprehension – General Text

Welcome back to some TOEIC Reading! So, here’s the format/paragraph that I’ll be doing. The YouTube video will be coming shortly, but the podcast will suffice for now because I came down with some allergies. Stay tuned! Online water/sewer payment Welcome to the Worthwood…

Arsenio’s ESL Podcast: Season 3 – Episode 41 – Vocabulary – Homophones

Hello, everyone! I’m now bringing to you some intermediate homophones! Homophones are words that have the same pronunciation but different meanings. For example, compliment and complement. You can usually determine which word is being used by its context. Flying Singapore Airlines must complement the…

Arsenio’s ESL Podcast: Season 3 – Episode 40 – Grammar – Present Conditionals (Intermediate)

Welcome back! I’m bringing back a more intermediate form of conditionals today, but this is essentially a review for the majority of you out there who haven’t found this podcast on my spotify. In conditional sentences, like I said a long time ago, one…

Arsenio’s ESL Podcast: Season 3 – Episode 27 – Vocabulary – Cities & Houses

Welcome back to another episode, everyone!  You know, teaching British English, as an American teacher, is unbelievably confusing.  Blocks of flats would mean “projects” in America.  Cottages are regular homes but they come from fairy tales (the ones we see in the books).  It’s…

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